February 2017


MK PENGELOLAAN LANSKAP (ARL332) – SEMESTER GENAP 2016/2017 PROGRAM SARJANA (LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT COURSE – EVEN SEMESTER 2016/2017 BACHELOR PROGRAM)

Dear Bachelor Students, WELCOME to Landscape Management Class.

This course would be held, as follows:

Day/Time: Tuesday/10.00-11.40 Lecture Class; and 13.00-16.00 Practical Class

Lecture Class Room: RK. 15 TAN 301 B

Practical Class Room: Studio Perencanaan ARL

Teaching Team: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin CV PDF File Click Here, Please; Prof. Dr. Wahju Qamara Mugnisjah; Dr. RL Kaswanto and Dr Syartinilia Wijaya

MATERI KULIAH (Lecture Subject) – Indonesian could be downloaded right here, please.

I. JADWAL KULIAH + KONTRAK PERKULIAHAN + KONSEP DASAR. File PDF silakan Klik di sini.
Roster + Lecturing Contract + Basic Concepts. PDF File click here, please.

II. PROSES PERENCANAAN-PERANCANGAN-PELAKSANAAN-PENGELOLAAN LANSKAP; TATA RUANG DAN KEBIJAKANNYA. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

III. PERAN PENGELOLAA LANSKAP DENGAN ARSITEK LANSKAP, KONTRAKTOR DAN PENGUSAHA PEMBIBITAN. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

IV. PENGELOLAAN DAN KONSEP PEMELIHARAAN. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

V. BISNIS PERTAMANAN DAN RENCANA PENGELOLAAN. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

VI. PENGORGANISASIAN DAN KONTRAK. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

VII. PEMELIHARAAN FISIK, PERALATAN DAN KETENAGAKERJAAN. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

VIII. EVALUASI LANSKAP DAN DAYA DUKUNG. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

IX. KEBIJAKAN DAN AMDAL. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

X. PENGELOLAAN LANSKAP PEMUKIMAN. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

XI. PENGELOLAAN LANSKAP YANG DILINDUNGI. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

XII. PENGELOLAAN KAWASAN PESISIR. File PDF silakan Klik di sini

XIII. PENDEKATAN DAN ALAT BANTU ANALISIS PERMASALAHAN DALAM MENGELOLA LANSKAP (SIG & PENGINDERAAN JAUH). File PDF silakan Klik di sini

XIV. APLIKASI SIG & INDERAJA DALAM EVALUASI LAHAN.File PDF silakan Klik di sini

PRACTICAL GUIDELINE FOR SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT COURSE

STUDY PROGRAM: LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF IPB

EVEN SEMESTER 2016/2017

 

PANDUAN PRAKTIKUM PENGELOLAAN LANSKAP BERKELANJUTAN [ARL521] – PDF File Silakan Click Di Sini

OLEH TIM DOSEN: Prof. Dr. Ir. Hadi Susilo Arifin, MS; Dr. Ir. Aris Munandar, MS; Dr. Kaswanto, SP, MSi

ASISTEN: Azka Lathifa Zahratu Azra, SP, MSi

DIVISI MANAJEMEN LANSKAP, DEPARTEMEN ARSITEKTUR LANSKAP

KATA PENGANTAR

Buku Panduan Praktikum MK Pengelolaan Lanskap Berkelanjutan (ARL521) disusun sebagai pedoman dan bimbingan bagi mahasiswa, asisten mahasiswa dan juga dosen pengajar sesuai dengan Learning Outcome yang telah ditetapkan. Dengan demikian kualitas belajar-mengajar lebih baik dan efektif. Mata Kuliah Pengelolaan Lanskap Berkelanjutan merupakan mata kuliah dengan kredit 3 (2-3) sks yang disusun sedemikian rupa sehingga mahasiswa yang berhasil menyelesaikan mata kuliah ini memperoleh kompetensi keilmuan, manajerial dan kerja yang sesuai dengan Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia (KKNI) dalam mengelola sebuah lanskap secara berkelanjutan.

Buku Panduan Praktikum ini disusun dengan format 16 Minggu Pertemuan. Jumlah Minggu Pertemuan sebelum UTS dan UAS masing-masing adalah 7 kali. Setiap Minggu Pertemuan disusun dengan format yang mencakup 1) tujuan praktikum, 2) materi, 3) alat dan bahan, 4) metode praktikum, 5) format pelaporan hingga 6) format penilaian. Ujian Tengah Semester (UTS) dilaksanakan pada Minggu ke-8 dan Ujian Akhir Semester (UAS) dilaksanakan pada Minggu ke-16.

Semoga Buku Panduan Praktikum MK Pengelolaan Lanskap Berkelanjutan ini dapat bermanfaat bagi seluruh mahasiswa, asisten mahasiswa dan dosen pengajar, serta pihak-pihak lain yang berkepentingan. Atas kerjasama yang baik dalam meningkatkan kualitas belajar-mengajar, disampaikan ucapan terima kasih .

Bogor, 13 Februari 2017

Tim Penyusun

Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo ARIFIN

Dr. Aris MUNANDAR

Dr. R.L. KASWANTO

Azka Lathifa Zahratu Azra, SP, MSi

FOTO KEGIATAN PRAKTIKUM PADA PERTEMUAN PERTAMA 13 Februari 2017, Silakan Click di Sini

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INTRODUCTION TO LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY – PENGANTAR EKOLOGI LANSKAP

BACHELOR PROGRAM/PROGRAM SARJANA – LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT

Syllabi:

ARL 230 INTRODUCTION TO LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY 2(2-0): This subject concerns with concepts, principles and quantitative methods of landscape ecology, and the application of landscape ecology to the study of planning-design-management of landscape are of great importance to students (Hadi Susilo Arifin, Syartinilia Wijaya, and R.L. Kaswanto)

Participants: 70 Undergraduate students of Landscape Architecture (the 4th semester)

Day/Time: Tuesday/08.00 – 09.40

Class Room: TBC – Dramaga Campus

Lecturer: Hadi Susilo Arifin (HSA), Syartinilia Wijaya (SWI), RL Kaswanto (KAS)

BONUS – VIDEO:

  1. Ecocity –  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHNlrY__O6I

VIDEO Hadi Susilo Arifin in Healthy Living Program – Metro TV – Episode 7 ECOCITY DEVLOPMENT

  1. Biodiversity –  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NhH9amZJ8Y

VIDEO Hadi Susilo Arifin in Healthy Living Program – Metro TV – Episode 8 URBAN BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION

  1. Greenery Open Spaces – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBmUcVZx75g

VIDEO Hadi Susilo Arifin in Healthy Living Program – Metro TV – Episode 9 GREENERY OPEN SPACE

  1. Landscape Ecology – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82iGnDMs7ZU

VIDEO Hadi Susilo Arifin in Healthy Living Program – Metro TV – Episode 12 LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY

PART/WEEK CONTENT/SUBJECT LECTURER/PIC
1/I Introduction to Landscape Ecology Hadi Susilo Arifin
2/II FOUNDATION: Times Changes, Objective Hadi Susilo Arifin
3/III Development of Landscape Ecology; Landscape Ecology Today Hadi Susilo Arifin
4/IV Landscape Structure: Patches RL Kaswanto
5/V Corridors and Connectivity Syartinilia Wijaya
6/VI Mosaic Syartinilia Wijaya
7/VII Landscape Structure: Edge and Boundary RL Kaswanto
VIII MID TEST
8/IX Excursion & Field Discussion Part 1 – Private Task 1 Hadi Susilo Arifin & RL Kaswanto/Syartinilia Wijaya
9/X Schematic Applications Hadi Susilo Arifin
10/XI Case studies in Brief: Macro or Regional Scale Syartinilia Wijaya
11/XII Case studies in Brief: Meso or Landscape Scale RL Kaswanto
12/XIII Case studies in Brief: Micro or Site Scale Hadi Susilo Arifin
13/XIV Excursion & Field Discussion Part 2 – Private Task 2 Hadi Susilo Arifin
14/XV Mini Workshop – Private Task Presentation Hadi Susilo Arifin/ RL Kaswanto
XVI FINAL TEST

Additional VIDEO MATERIAL for the 13th Week (Micro-Scale):
PEKARANGAN DAN KETAHANAN PANGAN CLICK HERE, PLEASE.

 

EVEN SEMESTER 2016-2017 Department of Landscape Architecture

Syllabi of Sustainable Landscape Management – Master Course:

  1. ARL 512 SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT – 3(2-3): This subject discusses regarding the empowerment of landscape resources, solution of environmental problem, theory and implementation in sustainable landscape management. The course covering the principle of ecology, economy and socio-culture concerns in landscape management, strategy and policy. Students completing this course gain understanding of problem solving and arranging management plan (Hadi Susilo Arifin, Aris Munandar and Kaswanto).

Lecturer: Hadi Susilo Arifin (HSA), Aris Munandar (AMU) & RL Kaswanto (KAS)

Participants: Students of Study Program of Landscape Architecture

Class Room: ARL Master Class Room – Dramaga Campus

Day/Time: Monday/08.00-09.40; 10.00-13.00

DATE
WEEK
TOPIC OF SUBJECT
LECTURER
13/2 I Pendahuluan, pengertian lanskap, pengelolaan dan pembangunan berkelanjutan: Definisi lanskap dan terminologi dalam lanskap; Pengertian pengelolaan (management, administration, maintenance) Prinsip pembangunan berkelanjutan.Topic of the first week: Terminology & Definition of Sustainability, Management, and Landscape HSA
20/227/2 II/III Pendayaangunaan sumberdaya lanskap dan permasalahan lingkungan yang ditimbulkannya: Urbanisasi dan industrialisasi; Perubahan tataguna lahan dan fragmentasi lahan; Deforestation, agriculture farmland degradation.  Konsep Eco-cities & Eco-villages.Topic of the second week: Environmental Management Concept and Urbanization

Topic of the third week: Ecocity and Ecovillage Concept

HSA
06/3 IV Supply- demand dan prinsip daya dukung lanskap: Karakteristik lanskap: distribusi fisik (spatial, iklim, aksesibilitas), distribusi pemilikan lahan (private, public); Karakteristik pengguna: social, ekonomi, budaya (status, perilaku, keinginan, dll);Daya dukung dan faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhinya; Evaluasi Lanskap  (Land Use Evaluation, Land Mapping Unit, Lands Classification, Land Suitability)Topic of the fourth week: Supply-Demand-Carrying Capacity and Landscape Evaluation HSA
13/3 V Pengelolaan Lanskap Budidaya dan Lanskap yang Dilindungi: lanskap permukiman, daerah aliran sungai (DAS) dan lanskap pantai.Topic of the fifth week: Settlement Landscape Management

Topic of the fifth week: Protected and Watershed Management

Topic of the fifth week: Coastal Management

HSA
20/3 VI Analisis Mengenai Dampak Lingkungan (AMDAL)Topic of the sixth week: Environmental Impact Assessment HSA
27/3 VII Konservasi alam dan konservasi dalam  lanskap – Kebijakan dan Perundang-Undangan, Norma dan Etik dalam Manajemen LanskapTopic of the seventh week: Ethic-Policy-Law HSA
03/4 VIII Ujian Tengah Semester HSA
10/4 IX Perilaku ekonomi penting dlm pengelolaan sumber daya lanskap dan tools untuk analisis optimasi: Inovasi pasar dan produk/jasa pengelolaan lanskap serta perkiraan dampaknya; Tools analisis: trade-off analysis, BC analysis, marginal & opportunity cost dalam pengelolaan lanskap AMU
17/4 X Strategi dan kebijakan pengelolaan lanskap untuk optimalisasi keuntungan ekonomi dan ekologi: Implementasi mahzab (schools of thought) strategi dalam pengelolaan lanskap AMU
28/4 XI Keseimbangan konsideran ekologi dan ekonomi dalam pengelolaan lanskap: Struktur pengambilan keputusan yang diperkirakan berpengaruh terhadap pengelolaan lanskap: nilai lahan, tataguna lahan, mekanisme pasar, mekanisme harga, preferensi industri dan swasta dalam pengambilan keputusan. AMU
15/5 XII Biodiversity sebagai konsep stabilitas ekosistem: Struktur hirarki dari system dan konservasi keragaman jenis; Limit dan toleransi dalam ecostructure; Proses-proses ekologi dapat balik dan tak dapat balik dalam lanskap KAS
22/5 XIII Strategi Pengembangan Ekosistem, KAS
29/5 XIV Prinsip-prinsip Pengelolaan Lanskap dan Pemeliharaan Taman KAS
05/6 XV Metoda & Tools dalam pengelolaan Lanskap Berkelanjutan KAS
12/6 XVI Ujian Akhir Semester AMU/KAS

International Class: Tropical Agriculture for SUIJI Program

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin

SUIJI Student: Daigo MOTOYAMA

VIDEO MATERIALS:

  1. A Landscape Approach

    A LANDSCAPE APPROACH: What, Where, and How?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uetUPdZB-tQ

  2. Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System GIAHS

VIDEO GIAHS:

01 GIAHS China- Rice-fish culture, generating ecological, economic and social benefits

02 GIAHS China Implementation

03 GIAHS Chile Chiloé

04 GIAHS Peru – Andean Agriculture

05 GIAHS Peru Diversity, insurance for the future on Andean slopes

06 GIAHS  Jepang SATOYAMA

07 GIAHS Tunisia – Gafsa

 

POWER POINT MATERIALS:

STUDENT TASK:

Make a review of video materials and PPT materials, those had presented in the Class.

Write down your reviews in the comment box of this page, please.

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Time is Running Out for Students to Apply!

Encourage student involvement at the 2017 ISA Annual International Conference and Trade Show 29 July – 2 August in Washington D.C.

Students have the opportunity to join us and network with like-minded professionals from around the world. They can learn about some of the newest research and arboricultural techniques, and take part in activities geared specifically for students studying arboriculture, urban forestry, horticulture, landscape architecture, or a related field.

ISA Student Ambassador Program

ISA will award 10 student finalists with a free conference registration and three nights of hotel accommodations for the 2017 ISA International Conference and Tradeshow. All awardees will be required to participate in pre-scheduled activities. Some of these events include conference opening ceremony, informal career fair on trade show floor, focus groups, and networking events. Some meals will be provided with these activities.

Arboricultural Research and Education Academy (AREA) Student Travel

AREA will award 5 grants to the top applicants. Grant recipients from North America will receive $500 (USD) and recipients outside North America will receive $750 (USD). Conference registration is also included. Student Travel Grant winners are required to give a ten-minute presentation in front of an audience of academics, researchers, and other conference attendees on Wednesday, 2 August 2017 at the AREA session.

How to Apply

Interested students can complete the online application by 1 March 2017.

No late submissions will be accepted. Please forward this information to the students in your network and give them the opportunity to join us in Washington D.C.

You are receiving this email because you are listed in the ISA database as professors, educators, and researchers and can help encourage student involvement by applying for the conference grants. If you do not wish to receive emails about ISA annual conference you must opt-out. 

International Society of Arboriculture
Po Box 3129 • Champaign, IL 61826 • +1.217.355.9411
Email questions and comments isa@isa-arbor.com

AIC “Young Leading Researchers” Program

Discussion draft January 2017

Objective: To support the development of Indonesia’s capacity to produce researchers, and in so doing extend AIC’s engagement with Indonesia in a significant and distinctive way.

Participants:

Students: 32-35 of the best advanced undergraduates (Honours equivalent) in social sciences (broadly defined) from AIC partner universities in Indonesia; 8-10 equivalent Australian undergraduates from AIC partner universities in Australia; gender balance for each institution/ overall.

Staff: (indicatively) 2 academics from each Australian AIC partner university; 1 academic from each Indonesian AIC partner university

AIC key stakeholders: There would be an opportunity for AIC key stakeholders (eg Board members, AIC coordinators) to join a networking event associated with the Program.

Program: A five day intensive program designed to inspire, encourage and help sharpen the research skills of the best advanced undergraduates from partner universities. The program combine active and passive learning, with a focus on:

  • Basic research skills – critical thinking, writing
  • Major contemporary themes and debates in a range of disciplines
  • Big questions facing Indonesia, including those AIC is addressing through its research themes, and how research is advancing them.
  • Careers in research (academic, think-tank, policy, private sector, NGO etc)

The program would be conducted primarily in English, and require a clear English capability.  Applicants would be nominated by universities on which they are enrolled, and selected based on written applications (including English and Indonesian language components). Participants will be required to complete some preliminary reading and writing activities prior to the commencement of the program. The program will be delivered by staff from AIC partner universities.

Timing and location: 10-14 July 2017; preferred location Novotel Bogor.

Outcomes: A cohort of the most talented young Indonesians with a much keener appreciation for research and greater motivation to pursue research training, including at AIC partner universities in Australia; a high-profile opportunity for AIC to contribute to Indonesia’s higher education/ youth sectors, and to further build the AIC’s reputation and presence within these sectors.

MoM: Pertemuan “Gifted Researcher Program”

ANU-Indonesia and IPB, 30 Januari 2017

Merupakan program rutin yang diselenggarakan oleh ANU. Selengkapnya dapat dilihat pada web site : http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/anu-indonesia-gifted-researchers-program

  1. Program ditujukan untuk mahasiswa S1 pada semester akhir yang sedang dan akan menulis skripsi
  2. Tujuan program : memberikan pengetahuan terkait research methodology, scientific writing skill. Iinterdispilin approach. Difokuskan pada social science
  3. Beberapa hal penting terkait dengan pelaksanaan program Gifted Researcher Program tahun 2017
  4. Peserta adalah dari 7 Universitas di Indonesia yang terlibat dalam kegiatan AIC
  5. Kandidat harus mampu berbahasa inggris (speaking and writing)
  6. Masing-masing PT dapat mengajukan kandidat antara 4-6 orang mahasiswa
  7. Mempertimbangkan kesetaraan gender
  8. Proses seleksi dilakukan secara internal oleh masing-masing PT
  9. Hasil seleksi yang dilakukan PT paling lambat diajukan ke ANU pada tanggal 1 Mei 2017
  10. Pelaksanaan kegiatan di Hotel Novotel Bogor, tanggal 9-14 Juli 2017
  11. Kandidat harus menulis motivation letter sekitar 500 kata sebagai alasan mengikuti program tersebut.
  12. Beberapa usulan dari IPB :
  13. Sebelum program dilaksanakan, peserta diberikan beberapa pertanyaan terkait dengan ekspektasi yang diharapkan dari kegiatan workshop tersebut
  14. Perlu ada tindak lanjut dari kegiatan workshop sehingga akan memberikan dampak yang lebih luas dari hanya sekedar workshop
  15. Lecture yang akan memberikan materi pada saat workshop akan diundang secara terpisah untuk dapat memberikan general lecture di IPB
  16. Prioritas mahasiswa S1 yang menjadi kandidat adalah yang terlibat dalam penelitan AIC pada “Urban Water Research Cluster”, “Energy Cluster”, dan  “Agriculture and Food Cluster”.

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF IPB BLOG COMPETITION 2016 ON RABUAN BERSAMA IPB, 1 FEBRUARY 2017

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Urban Water cluster researchers awarded $14m for informal settlement revitalisation

Posted on January 25, 2017
The team behind the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s Urban Water research cluster has been awarded AUD $14 million for their projects dedicated to revitalising informal settlements around the globe.
Monash University reports that global charitable foundation the Wellcome Trust’s ‘Our Planet, Our Health’ funding program has dedicated $14 million to a program which aims to transform water infrastructure, water management, and sanitation practices in informal settlements – often referred to as ‘slums’.The ground-breaking research will be lead by Professor Rebekah Brown, Director of the Monash Sustainable Development Institute and the Cluster Lead for the Australia-Indonesia Centre’s Urban Water cluster.

“Currently 2.3 billion people globally lack basic sanitation and more than one billion of those are living in urban informal settlements” Professor Brown said.

“Access to clean water and sanitation is crucial and we know the centralised, energy-intensive ‘Big Pipe’ solution used for the past 150 years to pump water from reservoirs into cities, and sewage to centralised treatment plants, often overlooks informal settlements. This has led to avoidable health and social issues such as diarrhoea killing 760,000 children per year,” Professor Brown said. “But by ensuring safer, more reliable water supplies and wastewater disposal, our goal is first and foremost to reduce exposure of communities to environmental faecal contamination.”

The new approaches to sustainable urban development will come in the form of infrastructure projects in 24 informal settlements in Indonesia and Fiji, chosen as typical of the type of development challenges facing the Asian-Pacific region. The research aligns with the MSDI Urban Water projects funded by the Australia-Indonesia Centre.

To learn more, read the full article on the Monash University website and watch the video below, which models the MSDI sustainable urban water infrastructure plans.

Urban Water