• Uncategorized,  Water ballance,  Watershed and coastal conservation,  Watershed Management

    Watershed Hydrological Function

    Many people cannot distinguish between watersheds and rivers. They still think that the watershed is an area near the river. Even though the watershed coverage is not that narrow. In managing a watershed, it requires a deep understanding of the watershed itself. The definition of DAS based on the function of a watershed is divided into several obstacles, firstly the upstream watershed is based on a conservation function which is managed to maintain the environmental conditions of the watershed so as not to experience degradation. The conservation function can be seen from the condition of watershed vegetation cover, water quality, ability to store water (discharge) and rainfall. Second, the middle…

  • coastal management,  River Transportation,  Sea Transportation,  Uncategorized,  Watershed and coastal conservation,  Watershed and coastal irrigation,  Watershed Management

    Swedian Coastal Management

    Based on coastal typologies in the Swedish region along with threats and problems that may arise, it is necessary to manage integrated coastal areas. Sweden in managing coastal areas applies the following strategies 1. Strategies at the central level Although the management of coastal areas, in this case relating to disaster mitigation is the authority of the municipal government and landowners, the Swedish central government outlines guidelines, legal instruments through the Nature and Conservation Act, and conducts national vulnerability studies. In 2007, a study entitled “Sweden faces climate change: Threats and opportunities” began. The special commission called the Commission for Climate and Vulnerability is responsible for researching how Sweden’s climate…

  • coastal management,  Uncategorized

    Coastal System In Transition

    At the 2016 EC-Council Security Analyst (ECSA) conference in Bremen, several notes were produced. The first is the coastal situation from natural conditions which are then anthropogenically modified shows that humans play an increasingly important role for the development of coastal and estuary science. Second, humans who influence global climate and environmental changes dramatically change the structure and function of coastal systems to systems with new conditions. Third, changes in the potential of ecosystem resources and services will significantly affect people’s lives. Then came a statement that was raised to be a special issue, ”We are the only ones who can change, through effective governance to encourage change to others to reduce pressure on coastal ecosystems.” From this statement, we must…

  • coastal management,  Uncategorized,  Water tourism,  Watershed and coastal conservation

    Coastal Management Based On Eco-Tourism

    Coastal management can be done in several ways either in a constructive vegetative or bureaucratic way. Good coastal management can bring benefits to the surrounding community. It is recognized that it is not easy to build community awareness to jointly manage a coastal area that it becomes an area of economic value which still prioritizes the sustainability and sustainability of natural resources on the coast. One example of management that has proven to bring economic benefits to the community is the management of the Pemuteran marine tourism area in Buleleng Bali Indonesia. Interestingly this management can work well thanks to the awareness of the community that cannot be separated from the role of local…