The Faculty of Geography UGM and the NTNU Geography Department developed collaborative research by taking research locations in the Parangtritis area, Bantul. The location of the study was compared with sand dunes in Yilan county in Taiwan considering the similarities and differences in the physical conditions of the sandbanks and their coastal management. Parangtritis is being developed in relation to JJLSS, while Yilan in its phase has developed as an “open air museum” in Taiwan. Parangtritis still has a rural character that has the potential to become a “pseudo urban” when tourism becomes massive and develops in the future. Yilan county has a port that makes it develop.
On September 19 there was a public lecture at the Geography department which was attended by S1, S2 and S3 students and several professors. The material presented is research that is being worked on jointly between UGM and NTNU with host professor Tsung-Yi Lin. A research collaboration paper will be delivered at ICERM 2018 in Yogyakarta (Thank you for your participation in ICERM Conference. We are contacting you for a new invoice # 1813 article that has been created at your e-paper (conference) account.
15-026 – Parangtritis Coastal Area : An Overview Upon Conservation And Development Plan towards rural coastal area (Oral).