Spatial Model of Green Open Space Needs for Mitigation of Urban Heat Island Phenomenon in Semarang


Increasing population of the can be effect to an increase in space requirements. Fulfilling space needs means that what happens is a land use changes. green land becomes a need for development land and is the cause of the effect of rising air temperatures in cities. These changes are very important to studying for make plans on city. This study intends to examine the needs of Green Open Space spatially based on the phenomenon of increasing temperature in a location within the city compared to its surroundings or called Urban Heat Island (UHI). Remote Sensing is used to detect UHI spatially. This UHI location will be used as spatial modeling data to assess how large and where is need green space. The expected processing results are a spatial model simulation of the adequacy of Green Open Space requirements that will be a mitigation of the UHI phenomenon that is presented spatially in the form of thematic maps as one of the data that can be used as consideration in the city design planning of Semarang in the long term.

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