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A Holistic Review of Lake Rawapening Management Practices, Indonesia: Pillar-based and Object-based Management

Version 1 : Received: 28 November 2022 / Approved: 29 November 2022 / Online: 29 November 2022 (08:49:57 CET)

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Mardiatno, D.; Faridah, F.; Listyaningrum, N.; Hastari, N.R.F.; Rhosadi, I.; Sherly da Costa, A.D.; Rahmadana, A.D.W.; Lisan, A.R.K.; Sunarno, S.; Setiawan, M.A. A Holistic Review of Lake Rawapening Management Practices, Indonesia: Pillar-Based and Object-Based Management. Water 2023, 15, 39. Mardiatno, D.; Faridah, F.; Listyaningrum, N.; Hastari, N.R.F.; Rhosadi, I.; Sherly da Costa, A.D.; Rahmadana, A.D.W.; Lisan, A.R.K.; Sunarno, S.; Setiawan, M.A. A Holistic Review of Lake Rawapening Management Practices, Indonesia: Pillar-Based and Object-Based Management. Water 2023, 15, 39.

Journal reference: Water 2022, 15, 39
DOI: 10.3390/w15010039

Abstract

Lake Rawapening, Semarang Regency, Indonesia, has incorporated a holistic plan in its management practices. However, despite successful target achievements, some limitations remain that a review of its management plan is needed. This paper identifies and analyzes existing lake management strategies as a standard specifically in Lake Rawapening by exploring various literature, both legal frameworks and scholarly articles indexed in Google Scholar and published in Water by MDPI about lake management in many countries. There are two major types of lake management, namely pillar-based and object-based. While the former is the foundation of a conceptual paradigm that does not comprehensively consider the roles of finance and technology in the lake management, the latter indicates the objects to manage so as to create standards or benchmarks for the implementation of various programs. Overall, Lake Rawapening management should include more programs on erosion-sedimentation control and monitoring of operational performance using information systems.

Keywords

pillar-based lake management; object-based lake management; Lake Rawapening

Subject

EARTH SCIENCES, Environmental Sciences

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