Perencanaan Lanskap Kawasan Pasca Tambang Batubara untuk Wisata Pendidikan di PT Arutmin Indonesia Tambang Senakin Kalimantan Selatan
Makalew, Afra D.N.
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Landscape exploration mining can cause landscape changes and degradation of landscape. Soil amelioration and reclamation efforts that are being made right now in ex-mining area, but those mainly land re-vegetation and reforestation. Landscape planning to be an Educational Tourism area become most potential thing to utilize the post-mining land in other way. This study was purposed to: 1) identify the physical, biophysical, socio-culture, and tourism aspects 2) analysis and synthesis the potential and constraints 3) propose a post-mine landscape planning as an mining educational tourism. The planning process by Gold (1980) was used with resources approach, which consists of preparation, inventory, analysis, synthesis, and landscape planning stages. Descriptive and spatial analysis were used to determine the suitability of the space. The results showed that welcome area found to be 0,2 Ha (0,3%), service area 1 Ha (1,5%), education tourism indoor area 0,3 Ha (0,4%), education tourism outdoor area 2,1 Ha (3,1%), education tourism support area 9,6 Ha (1%), recreation area 1,5 Ha (2,3%), and conservation area 60,7 Ha (91,4%)
- UT - Landscape Architecture