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Detection of Land Damage for Biomass Production with Thematic Overlays based Geographic Information Systems

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Nunung Sondari ,

Universitas Winaya Mukti, ID
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Rohana Abdullah,

Universitas Winaya Mukti, ID
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Rineu Agustine,

Department of Environment of Subang Regency, ID
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Candra P. Nurlukman,

Universitas Winaya Mukti, ID
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Hudaya Mulyana,

Universitas Winaya Mukti, ID
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Elly Roosma Ria

Universitas Winaya Mukti, ID
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Abstract

Purpose : Nationally, not all regions in Indonesia have detected land damage for biomass production. Whereas the determination of land damage needs to be done as an effort of its control. The aim of this study is to compile a map of the status of soil and land damage for Biomass production.


Research Method : This research was conducted with a scoring calculation method with a thematc map overlay using a Geographic Information System.


Findings : The results showed in 12 study areas, where they had an area of 58.509,31 ha of Effective Work Area, with three categories of potential land damage, namely 56.96% moderate damage, 43% minor damage, and 0.004% very mild damage.


Limitations : It would be better taking a sampling point even if the soil type is the same.


Value : As a form of the Minimum Service Standards for the Environment Sector, which is status information service based on the standard criteria for national land damage.

How to Cite: Sondari, N., Abdullah, R., Agustine, R., Nurlukman, C.P., Mulyana, H. and Ria, E.R., 2020. Detection of Land Damage for Biomass Production with Thematic Overlays based Geographic Information Systems. Journal of Agricultural Sciences – Sri Lanka, 15(2), pp.309–317. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/jas.v15i2.8815
Published on 10 May 2020.
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