Posted by: Qodarian Pramukanto | 16th Oct, 2019

IGU 2019 THEMATIC CONFERENCE

Commission on Land Use and Land Cover Change
I n t e r n a t i o n a l    G e o g r a p h i c    U n i o n
“TRANSFORMATION OF TRADITIONAL CULTURAL LANDSCAPE”
23 – 27 September 2019 , Koper, Slovenia
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Content:

INTRODUCTION
BIOREGIONAL CONCEPT
BIOREGIONAL APPROACH
BIOREGION CLASSIFICATION

CASE STUDY BADUY COMMUNITY (KANEKES VILLAGE)
ZONATION:
1. Cosmological Zone
2. Traditional Ecological Knowledge Zone
INNER BADUY COMMUNITY (KANEKES VILLAGE)
CURRENT ISSUES
ANALYSIS
BIORGIONAL CLASS:
Bioregional Unit
Landscape Unit
Place Unit
LANDSCAPE PLANNING:Alternatives I
Alternatives II
Alternatives III
Alternatives IV
CONCLUSION
SUGGESTION
 

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PHOTOS OF CONFERENCE AND EXCURSION

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Presentation sesion
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Settlement lay off on flysch ridge in Kostabona Village.
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Visit artificial lake that important as living space of various animal and plant species at Fiesta in Piran Municipality
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The flysch cliffs up 80 m high.  It is sequence of sedimentary sandy rock layers and the most distinctive natural feature of Slovenian coast in Adriatic coastal area.
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Typical of the Mediterranean world in general, and of Koper hinterland as well, are terraced slopes.  The farming activities depending on the European wine- and oil markets, than the land use changing was very dynamic process.
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Visit the vineyard in Koper hinterland.  The site is study area for soil erosion and sediment production erosion plots were installed.
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Kostabona village has been settled since prehistoric times, there was also roman fort and shrine here.  Characteristic for Istrian villages is the connection of farmsteads one to another.
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Typical of the Mediterranean world in general, and of Koper hinterland as well, are terraced slopes.  The farming activities depending on the European wine- and oil markets, than the land use changing was very dynamic process.
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Piazza Tito, center of Koper.  Koper is  town in northeastern part of the Adriatic Sea with history dating back to Roman times.  The Piazza is one of the most beautiful Venetian squares of the entire Adriatic region and the cathedral which frames the square has numerous architectural styles.
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Vine processing plant at the Rodica organic farm.  The winery is family estate located in the hinterland of Slovenian Istria, in the village of Truske, which is just above Marezige and 12 km from to town of Koper.
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The farmland in Kostabona is typical the so-called mixed culture (cultura mista) were typical the Mediterranean area.  It means that vine grew on the same field as others cultures, or fruit trees were planted vineyards, and the combination of olive trees and vines was also frequent.
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Ancient well collecting rain water in Brolo Square Park.
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Floor area of the Brolo square was the water reservoir. The water was flowing into the cistern and remains of this function are two sculptured fountains.
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Piran Cliffs, is the most distinctive natural feature of flysch cliffs’s Slovenian coast.  The bottom part of the cliffs is exposed to constant erosion (abrasion) by the sea, while the upper parts are composed mostly by the changing weather conditions.  At the foot of the cliffs, a characteristic single terrace has formed between the steep slope and the sea, which in places is up to seven meters wide.  Under the cliffs is a constant stone-fall hazard.
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Tartini square of Piran.  The coastal town of Piran is  situated on the Piran peninsula and located near the Gulf of Piran.
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 Piran peninsula

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