RICE-FIELD LAND ZONATION MODEL TO SUPPORT SUBAK SYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY IN BALI

  • I Putu Sriartha

Abstract

This study was aimed at analyzing the rate and factors that cause the rice-field
conversion, and developing a rice-field zonation model to support the subak system
sustainability. This study was conducted in three districts (Kuta , North Kuta, and Mengwi
districts) that form the metropolitan zone of Badung District. This study used 69 subaks
as units of analysis. The collection of secondary data was done using descriptive
quantitative technique and spatial analysis aided by Geographic Information System
software. The results showed that in the 2002 – 2009 period a conversion of 468.34
hectare rice-field land occurred at the average of 66.91 hectare per year at the rate of
6.71%. There were 7 factors that caused the occurrence of rice-field land conversion
Based on the seven factors, a rice-field land zonation model was developed which
consists of 3 types. First, type I zone (36 subaks), that forms an eternal/ exclusive zone
whose rice-field land can be converted in a limited way. Second, type II zone (18
subaks), is a zone whose land can be converted in a very limited way with rigid
condition. Third, type III zone (15 subaks) whosenrice-field land can be converted.

How to Cite
SRIARTHA, I Putu. RICE-FIELD LAND ZONATION MODEL TO SUPPORT SUBAK SYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY IN BALI. Proceeding ICIRAD, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, nov. 2015. Available at: <https://eproceeding.undiksha.ac.id/index.php/icirad/article/view/121>. Date accessed: 21 oct. 2020.