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Volume 69, 2023The 2nd International Conference on Agriculture, Food, and Environment (2nd ICAFE 2023)
|Number of page(s)
|Agricultural Environment, Ecology and Resources
|16 October 2023
Analysis of Ecosystem Services Performance in Peri-urban Areas of Sleman Regency for Sustainability Development
1 Soil Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2 Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Technology and Minerals, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Yogyakarta, Indonesia
3 Ph.D. Candidate on Center for Southeast Asian Studies. Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies. Kyoto University, Japan
1 Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The peri-urban area becomes dynamic due to physical, economic, and social development. Sleman Region has a few peri-urban areas which are adjacent to Yogyakarta City. They are Mlati Subdistrict and Depok Subdistrict. The development of the peri-urban area leads to land use conversion. Unplanned land conversion affects ecosystem services. Therefore, an analysis of ecosystem services performance (provider, regulation, cultural, and biodiversity services) is needed. This study aimed to construct an ecosystem services map and to analyze ecosystem services performance. Ecosystem services analysis was carried out to support the preparation of development programs and policies based on sustainable development principles. Ecosystem services value obtained by ecosystem services maps construction based on ecoregion score data from D3TLH DLHK Yogyakarta Province (2021) and land use score (2020). The value of ecosystem services was represented by ordinal classified data as five classes, from Very Low to Very High. The results show that ecosystem services in peri-urban areas in Sleman Regency varied. Food and clean water provisioning services were categorized as Low, as water and flood management services. Cultural shelter and living space services were categorized as Very High, while biodiversity support services were classified as Very Low.
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