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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Environmental Science Studies | Indonesia | Volume 6 Issue 5, May 2017
Analysis of the Appropriateness of Actual Land Use to Land Use in Spatial Planning in the Catchment Area of the Koto Panjang Hydro Power Plant Reservoir
Nurdin  | S. Bahri
Abstract: The Koto Panjang Hydro Power Plant Reservoir is located in three districts namely Kampar Regency of Riau Province, Pasaman Regency and Lima Puluh Kota of West Sumatera Province, so that the direction of actual land use is based on the spatial plan of three districts. The purpose of this study is to find out the land cover index by vegetation and the appropriateness between actual land use with spatial plan in the catchment area of Koto Pajang Hydro Power Plant Reservoir. The research was conducted by the method of interpretation of Landsat 8 image of 2014 recording which then overlaid on the combined spatial plant of Kampar, Pasaman and Lima Puluh Kota Regency in the catchment area of Koto Panjang Hydro Power Plan Reservoir processed using Geographic Infomation System technology. The result of Landsat 8 image interpretation in 2014 based on land use class in catchment area of Koto Panjang Hydro Power Plant Reservoir, to obtain land cover index value (IPL) by vegetation 97, 16 % greater 75 %, meaning that the cover condition is in good condition. Spatial Plan of Kabupaten Kampar, Pasaman and Lima Puluh Kota in the catchment area Koto Panjang Hydro Power Plant Reservoir has wide use of forest land 209.587, 36 ha or 65, 86 % from land area of Spatial Plant has forest forest area 140.392.22 ha or 44, 12 % from Land area of catchment area. The percentage of forest area in the Spatial Plant area is 65.86 % and the actual land of 2014 or 41.12 %, it has exceeded 30 % as required by Law Number 41 Year 1999 on Forestry. While the result of Overlay between actual land use map year 2014 with map of Spatial Plant of of Koto Panjang Hydro Power Plant Reservoir of catchment area based on yield, The total land use in 2014 in accordance with the spatial plan based on the spatial pattern is 208, 232.96 ha with the land use suitability of 65.44 % and the 2014 land use area which is not in accordance with the spatial plan is 109, 985.61 ha with land use mismatch 34.56 %.
Keywords: Land use, spatial plan, land use suitability
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 5, May 2017,
Pages: 645 - 649
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