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ANALISIS PEMANFAATAN RUANG KAWASAN PESISIR TELUK MANADO, SULAWESI UTARA (The Space Use Analysis of Manado Bay Coastal Zone, North Sulawesi)

ANALISIS PEMANFAATAN RUANG KAWASAN PESISIR TELUK MANADO, SULAWESI UTARA (The Space Use Analysis of Manado Bay Coastal Zone, North Sulawesi),IWAN GUNAW

ANALISIS PEMANFAATAN RUANG KAWASAN PESISIR TELUK MANADO, SULAWESI UTARA (The Space Use Analysis of Manado Bay Coastal Zone, North Sulawesi)  
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This research was conducted from March to July 2000, and located in the coastal zone of Manado Bay. The research aimed to (a) identify the spatial use of Manado Bay coastal zone, (b) analyze the spatial use consistencies against land use plan for Manado, and compatibility of that use, (c) describe the spatial arrangement of the Manado Bay coastal zone, (d) analyze spatial use conflicts in the coastal zone. Geographic Information System (GIS) analysis was used for evaluating spatial use, and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method was used for resolving land use conflict in Manado Bay coastal zone. The result showed a divergence of spatial use of both settlement areas and tourism areas as well as conservation areas, respectively. However, Manado Harbor was not changed. Futhermore, the result showed the most suitable area in Manado City as follow (a) the developing of tourism area was located at Tongkaina, Molas, Bunaken, Malalayang I, Malalayang II and Wenang Utara, (b) the developing of harbor area was recommended with emphasis on improving public service and preservation of environment in this area, (c) the developing of settlement area was recommended to develop at Eastern and Southern of Manado City such as Mapanget and Malalayang Districts, respectively, and (d) the developing of conservation area located at Manado City and Manado Bay must emphasize the improvement and preservation according to the land use plan designed for ten years ahead (2000-2010) to avoid problems in those uses.
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