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Volume 138, 2017The 6th International Conference of Euro Asia Civil Engineering Forum (EACEF 2017)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||9-Climate Change, Disaster Management|
|Published online||30 December 2017|
Mapping of Biomass Production of Land Damage Assessment to Reduce Environmental Changes In East Java Probolinggo
1, 2, 3 Agriculture, Agrotechnology Department, Ketintang VII/2, Merdeka University, Indonesia, 60232
4 Civil Engineering, Civil Department, Darul Ulum University, Gus Dur No.29A, Mojopahit, Jombang 61419 Indonesia
5 Civil Engineering, Civil Department, Narotama University, Arief Rachman Hakim No. 51, Surabaya, 60117, Indonesia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The increasing population in Probolinggo, East Java, Indonesia require residential land. Excessive use of housing land reduces agricultural lands will impact environmental changes surrounding area. Limitations of use of agricultural land due to the construction of housing in need of good quality soil in increasing food production. This study aims to determine the value of the damage of Land For Biomass Production to reduce the environmental changes surrounding area. The method used in the form of land damage mapping biomass production. Variable ground damage assessment status of each parameter is done by weighting and scoring methods. The results showed that the status of land degradation in the District Paiton is the status of damaged land with an area of 3922.74 hectares of land and/or land for biomass production with an area of 147,234.60 hectares, or approximately 2.66% of the total area of the District Paiton. The area of a degraded land category is at the Village Bhinor, Jabung comb, middle Alas, Kalijajar wetan and Plampang.
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