IDENTIFIKASI KAWASAN PELUANG PEMENUHAN TARGET RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU 30% DI DKI JAKARTA
AbstractThe research was conducted on 3 components of Green Open Space (GOS) in Jakarta,
namely landscaping, agriculture and forestry. The research objective was to determine the
distribution and extensive of Existing Green Open Space in Jakarta in 2012, and to identify
the potential opportunity areas to fulfill the target of 30% GOS in Jakarta. Search
distribution is done with Landsat TM imagery aids Band 54 corrected in 2011 by analyzing
the vegetation index values (NDVI). Search area opportunity to meet the target of 30% was
the buffer zone (river banks, beaches and water tanks), as well as the areas that have
awakened to meet the obligation Law. 26 of 2007. The results showed the existing green
open space in Jakarta in 2012 was 7,842.61 ha (13.27%) of the total land area of Jakarta.
realization Landscaping recorded 2,718.37 ha, 1,950.08 ha Forestry, and Agriculture
2,813.29 ha . The opportunity potential areas to fulfill the target recorded more of 10,003.92
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