The Mapping Resource Conflicts Based on Land Use and Land Cover Data in Kaledupa Island Marine Conservation Area of Wakatobi National Park


  • Al Azhar Center for Quality Assurance Development of Vocational Education in Maritime, Fisheries, Information and Communication Technology, Indonesia
  • Hasan Eldin Adimu Sembilanbelas November University, Kolaka, Indonesia
  • Latifa Fekri Aquatic Resources Management, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, Halu Oleo University, Indonesia
  • Ari Anggoro Department of Marine Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Bengkulu University, Indonesia



coastal management, conservation, spatial analysis


  Impact conflict social in a conservation area is generally more significant in the islands minor because competition limits space and resources. Objective study This is a complete stakeholder analysis of the interests (stakeholders) involved in the utilization of land and resources in nature. Data used in studies mapping conflict social This consists of two types, namely qualitative data related to the existence of the stakeholder's interests and spatial data. Qualitative data obtained from studies literature results in research, observation field, and interviews deep with the critical actor (key actor). At the same time, spatial data is an Island LULC Kaledupa 2016 (result in classification guided Landsat 8 imagery OLI), and derived MSP from map topography island (result in SRTM data analysis). Utilization stakeholder resource nature and management area on the Island Kaledupa shared into five categories: authority manager area conservation, Institution Central Government (Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries), government area Wakatobi, social economy local, and nongovernmental organizations. Mapping conflict utilization resource nature and management area on the Island Kaledupa is beneficial in formulating input consensus policy among all stakeholders.


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