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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Analysis Of Carrying Capacity Of Land For Special Economic Zones Tanjung Api-Api In Infrastructure Development

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Dinar DA Putranto, Heni Fitriani, Andriani



land resource, industry infrastructure, ecological impact, GIS, MCE



Special Economic Zones (SEZs) of Tanjung Api-api is the economic region that has been set through the South Sumatera Goverment's decision to serve as an integrated area development industry in South Sumatra. This area is located in the basin Musi Downstream, an area with a height of less than 16 m above sea level. This is also largely a swampy area, composed of soil type associations Glei humus and organosol, as well as alluvial soil as deposition of sediment Banyuasin river, Telang rivers and the Musi river in downstream. The issue and dimension of decision in the analysis of land use requires the contribution of various disciplines. The conceptual framework of decision support system for land development decision making consists of three main components, namely the analysis of land resources, evaluation of the ecological impact assessment in environmental conservation and analysis of regulation. To perform the analysis and assessment approach GIS and MCE (Multi Criteria Evaluation) are used. GIS as a tool that systematically is used to present the spatial appearance of the area of study and prediction of impact. While the MCE is an approach to assess the impact of alternative decisions and plan for the future (predictions).This technique will give a great contribution in maintaining a database of environmental conditions early, up to monitoring and provide preliminary analyzes to predict the consequences of failure would be a change, as well as an operational tool in spatial planning and development of regional infrastructure Economic in Tanjung Api-api area.



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