Proceedings of the International Conference on Maritime and Archipelago (ICoMA 2018)

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Community Structure Of Seagrass In Ketawai Island, Bangka Belitung Islands Province, Indonesia

Wahyu Adi, M. Rizza Muftiadi, Okto Supratman, Dwi Rosalina, Fika Dwi Pratiwi, Sudirman Adibrata
The seagrass ecosystem of Ketawai Island has the potential as a shelter, feeding, spawning ground from various aquatic organisms and it has an important role for the coastal and marine environment. The utilization of coastal and Ketawai island as a tourist area becomes a threat to the growth of seagrass...
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Purification of Silica from Tin Tailing by Acid Leaching Methods

Fitri Afriani, Evi J, Robby Mahardika, Rifqi Rafsanjani, Yuant Tiandho
Tin mining will leave industrial waste in the form of tin tailings. Physically, the main content of tin tailing is sand that can hardly be utilized for agricultural purposes. Tailings contain only a small amount of nutrients and may contain toxic compounds. In this article we developed a method of purifying...
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The Fishing Gears Traditional of Malik Village, South Bangka Regency

Budi Afriansyah, Nur Hidayati, Tia Pratiwi, Nety Fitrianingsih
Malik village is not a coastal area so fisheries activities are conducted in public waters by using traditional fishing technology. Knowledge of technology catching fish in Malik village regarding traditional fishing gears should be documented to preserve the knowledge as a cultural heritage. Research...
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Morphometric and Meristic Characters of Selangat Fish (Anodontostoma sp.) from Kelabat Bay and Tukak Strait, Bangka Belitung

Siti Aisyah, Ahmad Syarif
Morphometric and meristic characters are authentic methods for the specimen identification. The study on morphometric and meristic characters in fishes is important for the differentiation of taxonomic units and are able to spot differences between fish population. This study aims to analyze and determine...
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Spatial Distribution of Mangrove in Kelapan Island, South Bangka Regency

Irma Akhrianti
Mangrove forests are an important coastal renewable resources which were found in the brackish water, estuary, lagoon, and tropical island. These forest provide important ecosystem goods, create the new island in the coastal area and biofilter’s supporting as a place to live, to spawn, to feed and coastal...
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Oceanography Database Development in Bangka Seas

Indra Ambalika, Irma Akhrianti, Aditya Pamungkas, Mohammad Nugraha, Umroh
Bangka island is the biggest island in Bangka Belitung Province and located between Sumatra and Kalimantan Island. Furthermore, Bangka seas are connecting Natuna sea with Java sea and also become a important part of Indonesia Throughflow. This geographic condition makes Bangka island has a unique oceanography...
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Bangka’s Tin Sea Sand-Fe3O4 as A Removal of Heavy Metals in By-Product of Tin Ore Processing

Shofi Anfaresi, Intan Putri, Ridho Mulia, Anisa Alfisyahr, Nurul Muzayyanah
An experiment to investigate the adsorbent capacity of tin sand from Bangka Island Indonesia toward the lead/Pb(II) ion in lead aqueous solution either non-modified sand and magnetite-coated sand were studied using adsorption method. The adsorbent was activated with sulfide acid (H2SO4) and showed that...
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Voluntary Disclosure Practices at University of Bangka Belitung by Using Non Profit Organization Reporting Index

Wenni Anggita, Anggraeni Yunita, Erita Rosalina, Izma Fahria
In the fulfillment of public trust, nonprofit organizations are required to provide information on the source of funds obtained and the use of such funds in a financial statement which will ultimately be assessed the financial performance of nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit organizations and contributors...
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Analysis of Economic Regional Potency in Central Bangka District Province Bangka Belitung Island’s

Mochammad Ashar, Vebtasvili
Economic growth is an indicator of an economic development process undertaken at both national and regional levels. Achieving the success of regional development through economic development must be adjusted to the conditions and potential of each region and required coordinated development planning...
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Analysis of White Pepper Quality on Petaling 1 and Lampung Daun Kecil (LDK) Varieties at South Bangka

Euis Asriani, Riwan Kusmiadi, Selphi Sari
This The study of pepper quality at South Bangka in Bangka Belitung islands will build a high benefit for many sectors and considerations, primarily on mapping and development of pepper comodity in the future. This research was conducted to study the quality of Petaling 1 and Lampung Daun Kecil (LDK)...
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Import of Salt: Needs or Interest

Retno Astuti, Desti Qurniawati, Kismartini
Salt is an important commodity in the life of a country including Indonesia. Indonesian salt production has not met the needs, so the government issued import policies as stated in the Regulation of Minister of Trade No. 125 / M-DAG / PER / 12/2015 concerning Provisions on the Import of Salt, Protection...
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The Design of E- Marketing for Bangka’s Pepper Using Web Server and Android

Eddy Atmaja, Ghiri Putra
Bangka’s pepper is known in the world market with the trademark Muntok White Pepper (MWP) that has a good quality and the highest price. The marketing pattern of Bangka’s pepper from the past until now is still convetional. It can be seen from the pepper marketing chain: from farmers as producers, merchants,...
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The Policy Strategy of Utilization Coastal Area Resource In South Bangka Regency

Endang Bidayani, Sujadmi, Agus Hartoko
Coastal area resources that open access regime cause problem in its utilization, not least in South Bangka Regency. The aim of this research is to formulate alternative policy of coastal resource utilization between local fishermen and migrant fishermen. The method in this research is survey method....
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Social Construction Rituals of Nuju Jerami Orang Lom Bangka Indonesia

Jamilah Cholilah, Bustami Rahman, Herdiyanti
The social construction of ritual Nuju Jerami as a form of gratitude for the success of rice harvest in indigenous communities Orang Lom Bangka needs to be questioned.  Some previous research findings suggest that the ritual Nuju Jerami is a period of time for the Lom community to restart a new field for...
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Discovering the Historical Trail of Oral Traditions in Tuatunu Village

Andri Fernanda, Dini Wulansari, Sandy Ferianda
Oral tradition is one of the local wisdoms which is very susceptible to disappear from civilization. This research is a form of tracing and organizing several oral traditions which are still recorded in Tuatunu Village community. Furthermore, this research is also connected with the historical facts...
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Determination Of Geomagnetic Data Measurement Point Spacing By Geostatistic Approach

Guskarnali, Mardiah
Exploration activities can not be separated from the measurement of geomagnetic method. Geomagnetic method is one of geophysical method that is often used and does not require big cost in exploration activity of tin. The use of geomagnetic method tools is very effective to reach a wide scale with a variety...
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Sea Level Variability Around Belitung Using Satellite Altimetry

Hariyadi, Eko Handoko, Muhammad Yusuf, Johannes Hutabarat, Denny Sugianti, Anindya Wirasatriya
The Sea around Belitung Island is an oceanic pathway for the South China Sea and the Java Sea which has some characteristics. This paper addresses to determine sea level variation around Belitung Island using satellite altimetry observation. Several parameters applied to determine sea level anomaly....
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Formulating a Criminal Policy of Unlicensed Tin Minings which the Community Welfare in Bangka Belitung IslandsImproves

Dwi Haryadi
Unlicensed mining is a complicated issue in the Province of Bangka Belitung Islands. Tin which used to be a strategic commodity, in the reformation era, has been stated as a non-strategic commodity; the export activities of tin are no longer supervised. As a result, unlicensed tin minings emerge, causing...
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Effect Of The Monsoon to Sea Surface Temperature In The Java Sea

Yosafat Haryanto, Rezfiko Agdialta, Agus Hartoko, Sutrisno Anggoro, Muhammad Zainuri
Monsoon is the seasonal wind blowing through continents Australia and Asia. Monsoon is one of the main element which influences the weather and climate in some Indonesia areas. Sea Surface Temperature is the water temperature close to the ocean’s surface. Sea Surface Temperature is directly influenced...
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Livelihood Strategy of the Riding Panjang Post-Tin Village Community (Study of Riding Panjang Village Community, Merawang District, Bangka Regency)

Herdiyanti, Jamilah Cholilah, Panggio Wilujeng
This research is one of the studies that refers to the socio-economic conditions of the Bangka community, especially in the village of Riding Panjang. The purpose of this study was to explain the livelihood strategies applied by the community of Riding Panjang Village post tin. This is based on a variety...
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Local Stakeholders’ Perception toward Tin Mining Issues in Bangka Belitung

Ibrahim, Dwi Haryadi, Nanang Wahyudin
Since tin mining that has been long and massively lasted in Bangka Belitung Island province has created lots of positive impacts for economical growth; however, its negative impact has been also not least. In the middle of status quo, stakeholders as the part of decision makers didn’t firmly take the...
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Magnetic Properties Observation of Cerium-Iron-Boron Amorphous

Anisa Indriawati, Herman Aldila, Widodo Kurniawan, Yuant Tiandho, Fitri Afriani, Verry Fabiani
Bangka Belitung island province is one of the tin producing areas. In the process of processing tin produces a monasite waste in which monasite minerals contain rare earth metals. One application of rare earth elements is as a candidate for RE-Fe-B based magnetic material. In this study, we investigated...
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Soil Ameliorant in Post Tin Mining Land of Bangka Island for Pepper Growth

Ismed Inonu, Rion Apriyadi, Riwan Diaguna, Muhammad Rinaldi
Pepper is one of the spices plant and its production countinous decrease caused by converting of the planting areas to tin-mining areas. One of the effort that could be done was the usage of sub-optimal land which has low fertility. The research was aimed to study the effect of soil ameliorant application...
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Geosite Potential as Tourism Destination in Jebus West Bangka Regency Bangka Belitung Archipelago Province

Irvani, Delita Andini, Guskarnali, Mardiah, Dimas Ardiyanto, Ervina Utami, Sulka Wijaya
Bangka Island was formed by collition of some block geology (terraine) in hundreds million years ago. Earth plate amalgamation driven by tectonic force that caused increasing intensity of magmatism, tin mineralation, structural geology dan metamorphic rock formed. The geological condition has attractiveness...
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Growth and Accumulation Of Pb In Native Hymenachne (Hymenachne acutigluma) In Tailings Area As Affected By Organic and Inorganic Fertilizer

Nyanyu Khodijah, Rujito Suwignyo, M.Umar Harun, Lucy Robiartini
Tin mining in the Islands of Bangka and Belitung left behind a vast area with low fertility. The tailings area of ex-tin mining is different from common soil both in terms of mineral and chemical compositions, with characteristics such as the unstable geochemical aspect, extreme pH value, cation-exchange...
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Indonesian Fishing Policy Trap

Kismartini, Hartuti Purnaweni, Suradi Saputra
Indonesia faces challenges in its sustainable fisheries management. Various policies have been issued as the effort to solve this problem. One of which is the prohibition on the use of fishing gear called Cantrang. However, the policy received rejection from various parties. This study aims to identify...
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Critical Analysis of the Regulation Regarding Traditional Fishermen in Grey-Area of Indonesia-Malaysia

Ida Kurnia, Imelda Martinelli, Ade Adhari
With the capture of Indonesian traditional fishermen by Malaysia without any clarity of violations as they operated in the grey area, Indonesia needs to act adequately and conduct legal protection. This is based on international agreement of UNCLOS 1982, which has been ratified by both Indonesia and...
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Culturable Cellulolytic Bacteria From Mangrove With Anadara Granosa Cultivation In Sukal, West Bangka

Ardiansyah Kurniawan, Suci Sari, Euis Asriani, Abu Sambah, Andi Kurniawan, Asep Prihanto
Sukal, West Bangka district became one of the centers of Anadara sp culture. Not yet known the effect of shellfish cultivation on the ability of decomposition in mangroves. Cellulolytic bacteria are part of degradation in mangroves. Cellulolytic bacteria have cellulose degradation ability and it made...
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Fishing Ground of Featured Fishes in South Bangka Regency, Indonesia

Kurniawan, Arthur Farhaby, Siti Aisyah, Siti Gustomi
South Bangka Regency has 59 islands with various abundant potentials including the potential of capture fisheries. Information about fishing ground is absolutely necessary as a baseline for sustainable data management of the capture fisheries sector, both from the ecological, social and economic aspects....
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Damage Intensity of Pepper Stem-Borer (Lophobaris piperis) on Different Weed Control in Bangka Belitung Archipelago Province

Tri Lestari, Rion Apriyadi, Abdul Husein
Pepper Stem Borer (Lophobaris piperis) is one of main pest in pepper plant that can reduce the yield near to 72%. Ecologically, the development of L. Piperis can be influenced by the presence of weeds surrounding plants as temporary dwellings for both pests and natural enemies. This study aims to determine...
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Optimization of Sorghum Cultivation (Sorghum Bicholor) with Ameliorant Addition in the Post-Tin Mining Of Bangka, Indonesia

Tri Lestari, Rion Apriyadi, Ismul Aan
Sorghum is a drought-tolerance plant that have ability to survive on post-tin mining land. One way to increase the optimum growth and production of sorghum on post-tin mining land can be done by ameliorant addition. The objective of the study was to increase the optimum growth and production of sorghum...
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Analysis Incentive or Disincentive Perception on Fisherman Ocean North East Java

Muhammad Madyan, Gigih Prihantono
Illegal unreported unregulated fishing undermines efforts to fisheries resource in Nort Sea East Java. As we now, fishing resource in ocean north east java has long indicated of overfishing or can be interpreted the area in poor condition. The Republic of Indonesia Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries...
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The Political Law Management of the Sea and Coastal Area in Indonesia

Jeanne Manik
Coastal regions and small islands has a diversity of natural resources potential is high, and it is very important for the development of social, economic, cultural, environmental, and buffer the sovereignty of Nations, therefore needs to be managed in a sustainable way and berwawasaan global, having...
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The Exigency of Comprehensive Maritime Policy to Materialize and Implement Indonesia’s Global Maritime Fulcrum Objective

Nirmala Masilamani
For the past three years, since President Jokowi took up the office, Indonesia has been emphasizing its ambitious goal to transform the nation into a global maritime fulcrum and have been developing some projects and initiatives to achieve it. To transform Indonesia into the world maritime fulcrum was...
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Senduduk (Melastoma malabathricum L.) Extract as a Green-Indicator for Monitoring Shrimp Freshness

Aliefia Noor, Evi.J, Safitri Mustari, Afriani Aisyah, Tiandho Fitri, Yuant
The freshness of shrimp is the main priority for consumers. Nutrition and taste of seafood are directly proportional to its freshness. After seafood spoil, the anaerobic metabolism will produce ammonia compounds. In this article, the senduduk (Melastoma malabathricum L.) extract is used to monitor shrimp...
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Sodium alginate extraction from brown seaweed (Turbinaria conoides) and its structural property as bipolymer electrolyte

Nurhadini, Yudi Setiawan, Ristika Oktavia Asriza, Anggraeni
This research was conducted to extract sodium alginate from Turbinaria conoides and its structural property as biopolymer electrolyte. The existence of brown seaweed (Turbinaria conoides) is abundant in Bangka Belitung Islands. The main content of brown seaweed is alginate that it can be used as biopolymer...
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Urban Island Concept and The Relevance for Archipelagic States: Case of Ambon City-Maluku Province

Andiah Nurhaeny, Miming Miharja, Pradono
The recent studies of Island tend to focus on peripheral, isolated, and marginality aspects of the island community in mainland context. However, the understanding about interactions of several elements in archipelago development has to encompass broader context, including marine space and the others...
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Hydro-Oceanography Modelling Characteristic (Tides, Waves, and Currents) in Kelabat Bay, Bangka Belitung

Aditya Pamungkas, M.Arthur Farhaby
Kelabat Bay is one of the most important waters in northern Bangka Island since it is a semi-enclosed bay and directly face Karimata Strait and Natuna Sea. Furthermore, in the last ten years, the provincial government of Bangka Belitung plans to make Teluk Kelabat become an intergrated marine-fisheries...
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Selection of Bangka Local Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) Germplasm Tolerant to Drought Stress

Gigih Ibnu Prayoga, Ropalia, Anggraeni
Bangka Belitung is dominated by marginal lands, such as dry land, which can affect the productivity of groundnut by reducing groundnut yield. Increased groundnut yield in Bangka Belitung could be done by using drought tolerance genotypes. The objective of this study is to obtain groundnut genotypes tolerant...
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Potential For The Development Of Ecotourism Of Begadung Island, Bangka Regency

Hartuti Purnaweni, Kismartini, Hesti Lestari
Bangka Belitung Province is an archipelago that has tremendous tourism potential because of its natural wealthand socio cultural potencies which enjoys increasing popularity among tourists. However, it isnow ironically threatened by tin mining activities, including in Bangka Island, in which Bangka Tengah...
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Tourism Information System for Kota Kapur Village As Island and Historical Destination

Ghiri Basuki Putra, Rudy Kurniawan
At present almost all regions in Indonesia are trying to develop tourism in their area to attract tourists and increase their regional income. Bangka Belitung is one of the provinces that began to develop tourism as an alternative to replace mining as an economic center. Bangka Island is starting to...
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Legal Restoration Eradication of Illegal Fishing Towards Sovereignty at Sea

Derita Prapti Rahayu, Sulaiman, Esmi Warasshi, M.Adli Abdullah, Yokotani
There is one courage from the Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries from the beginning of the inauguration, ie sinking a boat that catches fish illegally. Until now, the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries has drowned more than 350 ships of various sizes committing illegal fishing...
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Illegal Asylum Seekers through Sea and Exploitation of Indonesian Children Working on Ship to Australia

Erna Ratnaningsih
Indonesia is a strategic archipelagic country. It makes Indonesia as a transit point for asylum seekers and refugees to pursue their destination to Australia. Some of these asylum seekers do not apply for refugees’ status determination procedure through UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees)...
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Empirical Investigation Of Mompreneur Big Five Personality Plus In Pangkalpinang City

Reniati, Nasikh
The main purpose of this research is to test the consistency of Big Five Personality Plus dimension and indicator on Mompreneur in Pangkalpinang City. The research method used is descriptive-quantitative, with respondents mompreneur in Pangkalpinang City who has a culinary business of 60 people. The...
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Factors That Affect The Development Of Tourism On The Belitung Island

Reniati, Endang Bidayani, Khairiansyah
The purpose of this research is to analyze the factors that affect the development of the KEK Tourism Kelayang Cape as an alternative economy after tin mining. The research method used with quantitative descriptive design, the number of samples are 80 SME based on Tourism. Analysis of the data by using...
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Designing Pepper Peeler Machine with Crusher System to Support Pepper Processing in Archipelago

Firlya Rosa, Rodiawan
Designing pepper peeler machine with crusher system is the steps of designing tool to assist the process of peeling pepper to replace the system pepper peeler manually at Bangka Belitung. This system uses 2 dishes mounted horizontally with a certain distance and slope of a particular dishes. The design...
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Diversity Relation Between Soil Mesofauna and C-organic Content in Pepper Plantation Area, Petaling, Bangka Belitung Islands

Ratna Santi, Riwan Kusmiadi, Deni Pratama, Robiansyah
Forest was source of biodiversity. Forest conversioninto plantation area causes disruption to existence of soil mesofauna such as Collembola and Acarina. Soil mesofauna have a role to decomposition of organic matters in soil. Purpose of this research is to know the diversity of soil mesofauna and relation...
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Participation Increasing Community Strategy in Planning Development of Petaling Banjar Village District Bangka

Putra Pratama Saputra, Sujadmi, Luna Febriani
This study aims to identify and analyze strategies to increase community participation in the development planning of Petaling Banjar Village. The village of Petaling Banjar is one of the newly created villages in West Mendo District, Bangka Regency. At a young age, there needs to be a development effort...
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Exponentially Weighted Moving Average (EWMA) in PT Astra Agro Lestari Tbk and PT Aneka TambangTbk

Darman Saputra, Hidayati, Sumar, Khairiansyah
Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Method the standard deviation calculation described in the previous section assumes that the data volatility is constant (homoscedastic) and can not be applied to unstable (heteroscedastic) data volatility.Therefore, one of the approaches to deal with the volatility...
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Monitoring Of Land Cover Changes in Mine Environment

Suci Puspita Sari, Aditya Pamungkas
Land cover detection change is significant for planning and managing an area. The condition of an area should be analyzed to observe human activities that influence environment and thus it is important to simulate land cover changes. Land cover can be effectively monitored by remote sensing technique...