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Destination Region

According to Mathieson and Wall (in Gunn, 1994), tourism is the temporary movement of people to destinations outside the normal workplace and residence, the activities carried out during their stay at the destination, and the facility was created to meet their needs. While the World Tourism Organization (2011), defines travel as a social phenomenon, cultural and economic mobility requirements of ...

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Crop Rotation

Within a year, there should be rotation between plants that are not able to produce a lot of green materials such as soybeans and green beans with plants that can produce a lot of material Iebih seperli forage maize and sorghum. Kenyatan shows that in densely populated areas like watersheds in Java, the attempt to restore the land to waste ...

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Land Rehabilitation Sleep

Damage to land or lots of land degradation in dry land, especially in parts of the planted crops and smallholder agriculture. Degradation of land because land is often open by the work of tilling and weeding clean so easily eroded soil. The utilization of barren land into agriculture is not economical because productivity is so low. Until now, efforts to ...

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AutoCAD Geographic Information Systems

SIG represents the real world on the monitor as a sheet map with its map features (rivers, forests, gardens, roads, land parcels, etc.). The scale of the map determines the size and shape of the representation of its elements. The increasing scale of the map, the greater the size of its elements. SIG keep all its elements of descriptive information ...

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Geographic Information System Components

The functions above can largely be running a Geographic Information System has the ability to mendepskripsikan geographic data. Basically, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can receive the data of three components, namely: 1) Data spatial / geographic data associated with a particular position coordinates. 2) non-spatial data (attributes) that are not related to the position in the form of certain themes, ...

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In Vegetative Soil Conservation

Vegetative soil conservation is any form or activity or use of plants and plant debris to reduce erosion. The crowns of trees or other plants will hold / break punch and speed of rain. Thus the power at / limpas rainwater on the surface soil decreased. Canopy of trees in addition to reducing power at the rain water also absorbs ...

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