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buku keterangan peta satuan lahan dan tanah lembar
BUKU KETERANGAN
PETA SATUAN LAHAN DAN TANAH
LEMBAR PEMATANGSIANTAR, SUMATERA
EXPLANATORY BOOKLET OF THE LAND UNIT AND SOIL MAP
OF THE PEMATANGSIANTAR SHEET, SUMATRA
Oleh/By :
Junus Dai, A. Hidayat, H. Darul SWP, Yayat AH, H.Y. Sumulyadi, Hendra S.,
P. Buurman, T. Balsem
SEKALA/SCALE
1 : 250.000
LEMBAR/S//££T: 0718
PROYEK PERENCANAAN DAN EVALUASI SUMBER DAYA LAHAN
PENGELOLAAN DATA BASE TANAH
PUSAT PENELITIAN TANAH
BAD AN PENELITIAN DAN PENGEMBANGAN PERTANIAN
LAND RESOURCE E VAL VA T10N AND PLANNING PROJECT
SOIL DA TA BASE MANAGEMENT
CENTER FOR SOIL RESEARCH
AGENCY FOR AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
1989
Penanggung jawab
Head of the Project
DR. M. SUDJADI
Kepala Pusat Penelitian Tanah
Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pertanian
Departemen Pertanian
The Director of the Center for Soil Research
Agency for Agricultural Research and Development
Department of Agriculture
Urusan mengenai publikasi ini harus dialamatkan kepada:
Kepala Pusat Penelitian Tanah
Jalan H. Juanda 98, Tilpon 23012
Bogor 16123, Indonesia
Correspondence concerning this publication should be addressed to:
The Director of the Center for Soil R esearch
Jalan H. Juanda 98, Phone 23012
Bogor 16123, Indonesia
BUKÜ KETERANGAN
PETA SATÜAN LAHAN dan TANAH LEMBAR TÄNJUNGKARANG (1110), SUMATERA
Explanatory booklet of the
LAND UNIT and SOIL map of the Tanjungkarang Sheet (1110), Sumatra
Sekala/Scale
1 : 250.000
Oleh/By:
Junus Dai, H.Darul SWP, A.Hidayat, H.Y.Sumulyadi, Hendra S.,
Yayat A.H., A.Hermawan, P.Buurman dan/and T.Balsem.
Buku Keteranean Peta Satuan Lahan dan Tanah ini dihasilkan oleh Tim
Pengelolaan Data Base Tanah dari Proyek Perencanaan dan Evaluasi
Sumber Daya Lahan, . program keria sama teknis antara Pemerintah
Republik Indonesia dan Bank PemDangunan Asia, dilaksanakan oleh
Pusat Penelitian Tanah (Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pertanian, Departemen Pertanian) dan dikoordinasikan oleh Badan Koordinasi Survei dan Pemetaan Nasional (BAKOSURTANAL). Survei dan
pemetaan dilaksanakan oleh
Pusat Penelitian Tanah
bekeriasama
dengan konsultan dari HASKONING Royal Dutch Consulting Engineers
and Architects.
This Explanatory Booklet and the accompanying Land Unit and Soil
map have been produced by the Soil Data Base Management Team of the
Land Resource Evaluation and Planning Project (LREP, part II), a
technical coopérât ion programme between the Government of the
Republic of Indonesia and the Asian Development Bank, executed by
the Center for Soil Research (part of the Agency for Agricultural
Research and Development of the Department of Agriculture) and supervised by the National Coordination Agency for Surveys and Mapping (BAKOSURTANAL). The survey and mapping were
carried out by
the Center for Soil Research, in cooperation with the consultants
of HASKONING Royal Dutch Consulting Engineers and Architects.
PUSAT PENELITIAN TANAH
BADAN PENELITIAN DAN PENGEMBANGAN PERTANIAN
DEPARTEMEN PERTANIAN
CENTER for SOIL RESEARCH
AGENCY for AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE
88M
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Edisi pertama, 1989.
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retrieval
system or transmitted in any form or by any means:
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electrostatic,
magnetic tape, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise,
without permission in writing from the publishers.
First edition, 1989.
Cara merujuk buku i n i :
Junus Dai, H.Darul SWP, A.Hidayat, H.Y.Sumulyadi, Hendra S . , Yayat A.H.,,
A.Hermawan, P.Buurman dan T.Balsem, 1989. Buku Keterangan Peta Satuan Lahan
dan Tanah lembar Tanjungkarang (1110), Sumatera. Pusat P e n e l i t i a n Tanah. Bogor.
How to cite
this
book:
Junus Dai, H.Darul SWP, A.Hidayat,
H .Y .Sumulyadi,
Hendra S., Yayat A.H.',
A.Hermawan, P.Buurman and T.Balsem,
1989. Explanatory
booklet of
the Land
Unit and Soil map of the Tanjungkarang Sheet (1110), Sumatra. Center for Soil
Research,
Bogor.
Scanned from original by ISRIC - World Soil Information, as ICSU
World Data Centre for Soils. The purpose is to make a safe
depository for endangered documents and to make the accrued
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PENUNTUN UNTUK PEMAKAI
USER MANUAL
Buku keterangan ini adalah penjelasan
dari Peta Satuan Lahan dan Tanah lembar Tanjungkarang (1110), Sumatera,
sekala 1:250.000.
This booklet is an explanation of the
1:250,000 scale Land Unit and Soil map
of the Tanjungkarang mapsheet (1110),
Sumatra.
Legenda peta berisikan satuan lahan
yang merupakan satuan geomorfik dan
dibatasi dengan cara menginterpretasi
foto udara, citra satelit dan citra
Radar. Isi dari tiap satuan lahan
diperiksa di lapangan dan kemudian
dicatat. Hanya sebagian dari semua informasi ini disajikan dalam peta,
sedangkan sebagian lagi diberikan
secara ringkas .dalam Buku Keterangan
ini; informasi yang .lebih lengkap
dapat tersedia jika diminta.
The. legend of the map consists of Land
Units, which are geomorphic units,
delineated by interpretation of images
such as aerial photographs, satellite
imagery and Synthetic Aperture Radar.
The contents of each of the units is
checked in the field and recorded.
Only part, of this information can be
represented in the map; the remainder
is briefly documented in the present
explanatory notes, and more complete
information is available upon request.
Simbol peta menunjukan grup fisiografi
(huruf besar), tipe batuan (huruf
kecil), dan pembagian lebih Ianjut
berdasarkan atas lereng dan tingkat
torehan (pada daerah berlereng. dan
angkatan) atau berdasarkan lingkungan
pengendapan/hidrologinya (pada daerah
aluvial resen dan marin), yang ditunjukan oleh angka. Huruf kecil yang
berada dimuka kode. grup fisiografi
menunjukan adanya tutupan dari bahan
lain, seperti tutupan abu volkan pada
perbukitan dari batuan sedimen atau
lapisan bahan organik tipis pada
dataran aluvial.
Map symbols indicate
physiographic
group (capital letter),
rock type
(lower case letter), and subdivisions
according to slope and dissection (in
sloping and uplifted areas) or to
sedimentary/hydrological
environment
(in recent alluvial and marine areas),
indicated with numbers. Lower case
letters preceding the physiographic
group code are used to indicate covers
of material with differing composition, such as volcanic ash covers on
hills of sedimentary rocks, or thin
peat on alluvial plain units.
Grup fisiografi tersebut adalah :
Kubah Gambut, Aluvial, Marin, Teras
Marin, Dataran Tuf Masam, Dataran, Tuf
Masam Toba, Volkan, Karst, Perbukitan,
Pegunungan/Plato dan Aneka Bentuk.
Grup Dataran Tùf Masam, Tuf Masam
Toba, Volkan, Kubah Gambut dan Karst
pembagiannya didasarkan pada tipe
batuan dan morfologi yang spesifik
yang hubungannya erat dengan sifat
tanah yang spesifik. Grup yang lainnya
sebagian besar hanya berdasarkan pada
morfologi.
The physiographic groups are : Peat
Domes, Alluvial, Marine, Marine Terrace, Acid Tuff Plains, Plains, Toba
Acid Tuff, Volcanic, Karst, Hill,
Mountain/Plateau and Miscellaneous.
The Acid Tuff Plain, the Toba Acid
Tuff, the Volcanic, the Peat Domes and
the Karst group are based on rock type
and specific morphology, with a close
link to specific soil characterestics.
The other groups are largely morphological .
Untuk semua satuan lahan, data keadaan
tanah dan hubungan tanah dengan bentang alam
disajikan
pada
Uraian
For all land units, data on soils and
soil/landscape relations are presented
in the Land Unit Descriptions. These
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Satuan Lahan. Uraian satuan lahan ini
merupakan bagian terpenting dari Buku
Keterangan ini sebab semua
informasi
yang diperlukan untuk mengevaluasi
setiap satuan lahan untuk penggunaan
tertentu disajikan disini.
descriptions form an essential part of
the Explanatory Notes, because all information
that is necessary
to
evaluate a land unit for specific uses
is listed here.
Semua informasi geografik dapat
diperoleh dalam format komputer
(didigitasi). Semua data utama dari
tanah (dari profil yang dianalisis)
juga disimpan dalam komputer dan dapat
tersedia bagi para pemakai yang memerlukan.
Pada tahap selanjutnya,
perangkat lunak untuk evaluasi lahan
yang mempergunakan parameter-parameter
yang ada pada diskripsi satuan lahan
akan segera disidiakan oleh Proyek
Pengelolaan Data Base Tanah (PDBT).
All geographic information is available in computer (digitized) format.
All primary soil information (analyzed
profiles) is also computerized and can
be made available to the user. At a
later stage, land evaluation software
which uses the parameters listed in
the Land Unit Descriptions will be
made available by the Soil Data Base
Management Proyect (SDBM).
Permintaan untuk penilaian Kesesuaian
Lahan dari tiap satuan lahan untuk
berbagai keperluan dapat diajukan ke
Pusat Penelitian Tanah, Bogor.
Requests for suitability ratings of
the land units for various purposes
can be submitted to the Center for
Soil Research, Bogor.
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DAFTAR ISI
1. Pendahuluan
1.1. Latar belakang
1.2. Konsepsi legenda
1.3. Struktur legenda satuan lahan
2. Metodologl
2.1. Peta dasar
2.2. Interpretasi citra .
2.3. Survei dan data lapangan
2.4. Uraian satuan lahan
2.5. Data base dan pengelolaan data
2.6. Relaibilitas peta
Hal aman
1
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
9
3. Lokasi daerah peta dan sumber informasi
3.1. Lokasi dan bâtas administras!
3.2. Sumber informasi
10
10
10
4. Keadaan umum fisik daerah
4.1. Geologi
4.2. Fisiografi
4.3. Hidrologi
10
10
16
18
5. Satuan lahan
5.1. Satuan lahan dan tanah
5.2. I si uraian satuan lahan
19
19
24
6. Daf tar pustaka
Laporan pemetaan tanah
25
25
Daftar Gambaran
Gambar
Gambar
Gambar
Gambar
Gambar
Gambar
Gambar
Gambar
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Lokasi peta dan bâtas administras!
Relaibilitas peta
:
Indeks peta topografi dan jalur terbang potret udara
Indeks citra Radar STAR-1 dan Landsat
Indeks laporan survei dan pemetaan tanah
Peta geologi bagan.
Grup fisiografi
Satuan lahan, blok diagram dan penampang melintang
7
8
11
12
13
14
15
23
Daftar Tabel
Tabel 1. Grup fisiografi
'
2
Tabel 2. Analisis standar dan tambahan PDBT
5
Tabel 3. Nomor dan nama lembaran peta topografi sekala 1:50.000 ........ 10
Lampiran
Lampiran 1. Uraian satuan lahan
26
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CONTENTS
Page
1
1
1
2
1. Introduction
1.1. Background
1.2. Legend concept
1.3. Structure of the land unit legend
2. Methodology
2.1. Base maps
2.2. Image interpretation
2.3. Field survey and field data
2.A. Land unit description
2.5. Data bases and data processing
2.6. Map reliability
'.
3
3
4
. 4
5
6
9
3. (Map location and sources of information)
3.1. (Location and administrative boundaries)
3.2. (Sources of information)
10
10
10
4. (General physiography of the area)
4.1. (Geology)
4.2. (Physiography)
U.3. (Hydrology)
10
10
16
18
5. (Land units)
5.1. (Land units and soils)
5.2. (Contents of a land unit description)
19
19
2U
6. (References)
(Soil survey reports)
25
25
List of Figures
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Location and administrâtive boundaries
.•
7
Map reliability
8
Index of topographic maps and flight lines of aerial photos .. 11
Index of STAR-1 Radar and Landsat imagery
12
Index of soil survey reports
13
Geological sketch map
24
Physiographic groups
15
Land units, block diagram and cross section
23
List of Tables
Table 1. Physiographic groups
Table 2. Standard and additional SDBM soil analyses
Table 3. Numbers and names of 1:50,000 topographic maps
2
5
10
Appendix
Appendix 1 : Land unit descriptions
27
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1. PENDAHULUAN
1. INTRODUCTION
l.l.Latar belakang
2.2.Background
Buku Keterangan dan Peta Satuan Lahan
& Tanah ini merupakan sebagtan has il
akhir survei tanah tinjau Sumatra yang
dilaksanakan untuk Proyek Perencanaan
dan Evaluasi Sumber Daya Lahan dan
diprakarsai tahun 1985 oleh Pemerintah
Indonesia serta dibiayai oleh Bank
Pembangunan Asia.
Pelaksanaan survei dilakukan oleh Tim
Survei Tanah dari Pusat Penelitian
Tanah, sedangkan korelasinya dilakukan
pada bulan Januari - Februari 1989.
This explanatory booklet and the included maps are part of the final
results of the reconnaissance soil
survey of Sumatra, which was carried
out for the Land Resources Evaluation
and Planning Project (LREP), initiated
in 1985 by the Goverment
of the
Republic Indonesia and financed by the
Asian Development Bank.
The sheet was surveyed by teams of
Center for Soil Research (CSR). Map
correlation was done in January
February 1989.
1.2.Konsepsi legenda
1.2.Legend concept
Legenda untuk survei ini didasarkan
pada pendekatan satuan lahan. Pendekatan ini dianggap paling sesuai untuk survei ini, sebab pada sekala
1:250.000 dengan intensitas pengamatan
lapangan yang kurang, semua batas
satuan dapat ditarik dengan cara
menginterpretasi citra. Legenda satuan
lahan memungkinkan adanya pembatasan
setiap satuan dengan sembarang ukuran
yang masih dapat dipetakan (tergantung
skala peta) dengan memanfaatkan namanama morfologi sederhana
dan
berulang. Pendekatan ini menunjang
Struktur hirarki dan merupakan sistem
terbuka sehingga dapat diperbaharui
sesuai dengan penerapannya
di Indonesia; ia tidak memuat parameter
iklim (parameter iklim disimpan dalam
data base terpisah dan dapat digabung
dengan data base satuan lahan).
Tambahan pula legenda satuan lahan
erat hubungannya dengan legenda terdahulu di Indonesia mengenai
bentuk
lahan, sistem lahan dan satuan lahan
tanpa k e l i r u
penggunaannya
(Desaunettes, 1977; RePPProT, 19851988; Kips et al., 1981).
The legend for this survey is based on
the Land Unit approach. This approach
is considered most suitable for this
survey,
because
at a scale
of
1:250,000 , with low-density field
checks, all unit boundaries are obtained by image interpretation. The
land unit legend allows the delineation of mappable units of any size
(depending on map scale), it makes use
of morphological
names which
are
simple and recurrent, it supports an
hierarchical structure, it is an open
system that can be amended for use
anywhere in Indonesia, and it does not
contain climatic
parameters
(the
climatic parameters are stored in a
separate data base which can, be combined with the land unit data base).
Satuan Lahan ini diberi batasan berupa
lahan dimana satu atau lebih komponennya mempunyai ciri-ciri khusus dan
merupakan satuan lingkungan dengan
sembarang ukuran yang dapat dibatasi
pada peta. Satuan terkecil yang masih
Furthermore, the land unit legend is
closely related to previous Indonesian
land form, land system and land unit
legends (Desaunettes, 1977; RePPProT,
1985-1988; Kips et al., 1981) without
being confusing.
A Land Unit is defined here as an area
of land of which one or more attributes have special characteristics,
and it refers to an environmental unit
of any size that can be delineated.
The smallest unit that can be
1110 - 1
dapat d i b a t a s i tanpa menghiraukan
sekalanya berukuran 2 mm lebarnya blla
bentük memanjang dan kurang l e b i h 3
sampai 4 mm bila berbentuk bulat. Fada
sekala 1:250.000, suatu satuan yang
membulat dengan diagonal 4 mm meliputi
kurang lebih 80 ha.
Satuan lahan dikelompokkan dalam grupgrup
f i s i o g r a f i dan kadang-kadang
dibagi lagi kedalam sub-grup.
Untuk informasi lebih lengkap, l i h a t
pada Buurman, et al (1988) dan Balsem
et al. (1989)
delineated on any map, irrespective of
scale is about 2 mm wide if it is a
linear feature
and about 3 to 4 mm
across if it is a circular feature.
At a scale of 1:250,000, a circular
unit of U mm across has a surface of
nearly 80 ha.
Land units are grouped together in
Physiographic
Groups and, in some
cases, in Sub-Groups.
For more detailed information, see
Buurman et al., (1988) and Balsem et
al., (1989)
1.3.Struktur legenda satuan lahan
1.3.Structure
Semua satuan lahan diberl kode berupa
huruf dan angka/dijit;
masing-masing
dengan konotasi khusus tergantung
tingkat klasifikasinya.
All mapping units are coded by means
of a sequence of characters
and
digits,
each with its specific
connotation which depends on its level in
the
classification.
Contoh:Au.1.1.3- Dataran aluvial luas,
tanggul sungai/alur-alur drainase.
Example: Au.1.1.3 -Broad Alluvial
Plain; levee/'spillway.
• Grup Fisiografi
Relief, ukuran besarnya
Physiographic Group
_Relief magnitude
Au.l.l.3-Bentuk lahan/torehan/vegetasi
Litoloqi
of the land unit legend
Au.1.1.3 —Landfonn/dissection
/vegetation
Litholoqy
Sub-grup: Horfologi
Subgroup : morphology
Tabel 1 menyajikan Grup Fisiografi
yang d i i d e n t i f i k a s i di Sumatra dan
pulau-pulau di luarnya. Contoh-contoh
pembagian lanjut hanya disajikan untuk
grup Kubah Gambut dan grup Dataran.
Table 1 lists the Physiographic Groups
which have been identified
in Sumatra
and the outer islands.
Examples of
subdivisions
are given for the Peat
Dome and Plain groups only.
Tabel 1. Grup Fisiografi
Table 1 : PhysiographicGroups
A.
B.
D.
H.
I.
K.
M.
P.
Q.
T.
V.
X.
A.
B.
D.
H.
I.
K.
M.
P.
ALUVIAL
MARIN
KUBAH GAMBUT
PERBUKITAN
DATARAN TUF MASAM
KARST
PEGUNUNGAN/PLATO
DATARAN
TUF MASAM TOBA
TERAS MARIN
VOLKAN
ANEKA BENTUK
*)
*)
T.
V.
X.
Alluvial
Marine
Peat Domes
Hilly
Acid Tuff Plain
Karst
Mountain/Plateau
Plain
Toba Acid Tuff
Marine Terrace
Volcanic
Miscellaneous
*)
Not present in this mapsheet.
<?•
*)
*)
*) Tidak dijumpai pada lembar peta
Ini.
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*)
*)
*)
*)
Pembagian lanjut grup Kubah Gambut dan
Dataran adalah sebagai berikut.
Subdivision
of
Plain groups :
the
Peat
Domes and
thin <0,5i
fresh water medium 0,5-2i
thick >2i
tipis <0,5m
air tawar- sedang 0,5-2m
tebal . >2m
eutrophic—
eutrofik —
pasang surut/bagian tepi
kubah bergaram
jsda
tidal/saline fringes
of domes—| ditto
Peat D o u e s — I
Kubah Gaobut -
air tawar
Isda
fresh water-1 ditto
oligotrofik-
oligotrophic
pasang surut/bagian tepi
kubah bergaram — ' S d a
Bentuk wilayah
datar
tidal/saline fringes
of domes—| ditto
Penorehan
tanpa
sedikit
sedang
sangat
ekstrim
datar - berombak
1 Sda
berombak
1 Sda
Dataran—litologi— beroibak - bergelombang-|Sda
bergeloibang
1 Sda
datar berbukit kecil — I Sda
berombak berbukit keciH Sda
Land form
flat-
Plain—lithology--
Dissection
none
slight
moderate
strong
extreme
flat to undulating
1 ditto
undulating
1 ditto
undulating to rolling— I ditto
rolling
1 ditto
flat with hillocks
1 ditto
undulating with hillocks| ditto
Struktur legenda disusun demikian rupa
sehingga lanskap datar, melandai, tertoreh, bergunung, dsb. dengan mudah
tfapat dipilih oleh komputer. Struktur
ini langsung berkaitan dengan potensi
lahan untuk pertanian.
The legend structure
is such,
that
flat,
sloping, dissected, mountainous
landscapes, etc., are easily selected
by computer. The structure is
directly
related to agricultural
potential of
the land.
2.
2 . METHODOLOGY
METODOLOGI
2.1.Peta dasar
2 . 1 . B a s e maps
Peta dasar untuk keperluan pencetakan
Peta Satuan Lahan & Tanah disediàkan
oleh BAKOSURTANAL. Untuk lembar peta
ini,
peta dasar yang digunakan adalah
peta JOINT OPERATIONS GRAPHICS (JOG),
Lembar SB48-7, Seri 1501, Edisi 3,
Tanjungkarang yang dikeluarkan oleh
Royal Australian Survey Corps, 1988.
Base maps for the printed
Land Unit
and Soil map were provided by BAKOSURTANAL. For the present sheet, the base
map was the Joint Operations Graphics
(JOG), Sheet SB48-7, Series 1501, Edition 3, Tanjungkarang,
published
by
The Royal Australian
Survey
Corps
1988.
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2.2.Interpretasi citra
2.2.Image interpretation
Survei tinjau ini sebagian besar
didasarkan pada interpretasi citra dan
batas-batas satuan
sesungguhnya
ditarik berdasarkan citra. Macam citra
yang digunakan adalah sebagai berikut:
The surveys are extensively based on
image interpretation and virtually all
unit boundaries are imagery - based. The
following imagery was used:
-potret udara hitam/putih sekala
1:100.000, Angkatan Udara Australia
1976 (umumnya kualitas rendah karena
dicetak berulang kali dan pemrosesan
yang kurang baik).
-LANDSAT komposit warna (band 4-5-6)
sekala 1:250.000 tahun 1984/85 yang
diperoleh dari LAPAN (kualitas bervariasi, sekala kurang teliti).
-citra Radar stereo STAR-1,
1988
(cetakan hitam putih, kualitas tak
optimal).
1:100,000 scale black/white aerial
photography, Australian Airforce,
1976, (usually poor quality due to
recopying and poor processing).
1:250,000 LANDSAT colour composites
(bands 4-5-6), 1984/85, obtained
from LAPAN (varying quality, inacurate scale).
1:250,000 STAR-1 stereo Radar imagery, 1988 (black/white positive
prints, quality not optimal).
2.3.Survei dan data lapangan.
2.3.Field survey and field data
Pelaksanaan survei tinjau dapat dibagi
dalam beberapa tahapan kerja:
The implementation of the reconnaissance survey can be split up into a
number of essential steps :
l.penelaahan data dan informasi dari
peta dan laporan tersedia.
2.interpretasi citra dan penetapan
daerah kunci
3.pengamatan lapangan dan pemasukandata ke komputer
4.penyusunan
s a t u a n l a h a n dan
pemasukan data ke komputer.
5.analisis contoh tanah
ó.melengkapi uraian satuan lahan dengan data analisis.
7.korelasi/verifikasi lapangan
8.produksi peta akhir
9.dijitasi peta dan pemrosesan data
base lainnya.
1. perusal of existing maps and reports
2. image interpretation and selection
of sample/key areas
3. field observations and computer data
entry
U. preliminary land unit descriptions
and computer data entry
5. soil sample analyses
6. completion of land unit descriptions
with analytical data
7. correlation/field verification
8. final map production
9. map digitizing and other data base
operations.
S e mua pengamatan di lapangan (pemboran All observations
in the
field
dan profil) dicatat, diberi kode dan
(auger ings and profile pits) were
dimasukan sesuai dengan prosedur stan- described, coded and entered according
dar PDBT, seperti diuraikan dalam to standard
SDBM procedures
as
Laporan Tehnis PDBT No. 5 (Balsem et described in SDBM Technical Report
al., 1988). Kode ini terutama diadap-~ No.5 (Balsem et al., 1988).
These
tasi dari standar FAO dan USDA (FAO, codes are mainly adapted from standard
1977; SCS, 1978; Gallup, 1978).
FAO and USDA codes
(FAO,
1977;
SCS,1978; Gallup, 1978).
Contoh tanah yang représentatif
dianalisis sifat-sifatnya seperti yang Representative soils were analyzed for
the properties listed in Table 2.
disajikan pada Tabel 2.
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Tabel 2. A n a l i s i s tanah s t a n d a r dan
tambahan FDBT.
Table 2. Standard and additional SDBM
soil
analyses.
Analisis Standar
1. tekstur
2. karbon organik
3. KTK NH40Ac pH 7
4. basa dapat ditukarkan dalam NH40Ac
5. Al dalam KC1 IM
6. kerapatan lindak pF 2,5
7. kadar air pF 4,2
8. pH (H20, KC1 , 1:2,5)
9. N total
10.K tersedia
11.P tersedia
Standard Analyses
1. teksture
2. organic Carbon
3. CEC NHWAc pH 7
4. exch. Bases in NHWAc
5. Al in 1 M KC1
6. bulk density pF 2.5
7. water content pF U.2
8. pH (H20, KC1, 1:2.5
9. total N
10.available K
11.available P
Analisis tambahan
untuk tanah volkanik:
-kemasaman terekstraksi dalam B a C ^ TEA (pH 8.2)
- Al, Fe dan Si terekstraksi oksalat
- mineralogi pasir
- retensi fosfat
untuk Oksisol:
- mineralogi pasir
untuk Spodosol:
- Fe, A1,C terekstraksi pirofosfat
- Fe, Al terekstraksi ditionit
untuk endapan marin:
- garam terlarut
- kadar sulfur
- kadar air lapangan (tanah belum
matang)
untuk tanah berkapur:
- kadar karbonat
untuk tanah Gatnbut:
- kadar serat
- kadar abu
- kerapatan lindak
Additional Analyses
for Volcanic soils:
- extractable acidity in BaC12-TEA
2.4. Uraian satuan lahan
2.4.Land unit
Uraian satuan lahan berupa uraian umum
yang dibuat untuk setiap satuan peta.
Uraian yang dibuat i n i merupakan
generalisasi dari beberapa pengamatan.
Atribut satuan lahan (lihat bab 5.2)
digunakan untuk evaluasi lahan ybs.
Struktur
uraian
satuan
lahan
didasarkan pada suatu cara yang telah
dipublikasikan oleh RePPProT (1988)
dengan beberapa tambahan. Disamping
dari pengamatan di lapangan dalam
penyusunan uraian satuan lahan i n i ,
Land Unit descriptions
are general
descriptions which are made for each
of the mapping units.
Such descriptions are generalizations of point observations.
The land unit
attibutes
(5.2) are used for land evaluation.
The structure
of the land
unit
descriptions
is based on those published by RePPProT (1988) with amendments. In addition to the field observations, the following sources were
- oxalate extractable Al, Fe and Si
- sand mineralogy
- phosphate retention
for Oxisols:
- sand mineralogy
for Spodosols:
- pyrophosphate extractable Fe, Al, C
- dithionite extractable Fe, Al
for marine deposits:
- soluble salts
- sulphur content
- field moisture content (unripe
soils)
for calcareous soils:
- carbonate content
for peat soils:
- fibre content
- ash content
- bulk density
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description
juga dipergunakan beberapa
lain terutama dari :
informasi
-RePPProT, 1988: Review of Phase I
Re sults, Sumatra.
-PPPG, 1978: Peta Geologi Lembar Tânjungkarang, Sumatera, Sekala
1:250.000.
- Semua laporan survei yang tersedia
dari daerah ybs (Gambar 5).
used in the compilation of the land
unit descriptions:
- RePPProT, 1988 : Review of Phase I
Results, Sumatra
- GRDC, 1978 : Geologic Map of the
Tanjungkarang Quadrangle, Sumatra,
Scale 1:250 000.
- All available survey reports for the
area (Figure 5).
2.5.Data bases and data processing
2.5. Data Base dan Fengolahan Data.
Seperti disebutkan diatas, semua data
lapangan dan analisis disimpan dal am
data base. Data base yang utama ialah:
-pengamatan lapangan (pemboran dan
penampang tanah).
- data anali s i s
-uraian Satuan Lahan
Data base pengamatan lapangan berisi
semua parameter yang dapat diukur di
lapangan dari setiap tempat pengamatan. Yang didiskripsi dan disimpan
adalah nomor tempat/site, tempat,
lereng, vegetasi/penggunaan lahan dan
semua sifat-sifat tanah yang diukur di
lapangan seperti Struktur, porositas,
tekstur, warna, dll. (lihat Laporan
Teknis PDBT No 5a, Versi 1.1 - Balsem
et al., 1988).
Data base analisis berisi semua hasil
analisis kimia, fisika dan mineralogi
serta semua data hasil perhitungan
dari analisis ini yang biasanya dipergunakan untuk menilai kesuburan atau
klasifikasi tanah (Lihat Laporan
Teknis No 7a - Buurman, 1988; Laporan
Teknis No 17, Muslihat et al., 1989).
As mentioned above, all field and
analytical data are stored in computerized data bases. The main data
bases are :
- field observations (auger and pit) .
- analytical data
- land unit descriptions
The field observations data base contains
all
parameters
that
were
measured in the field, for each of the
observations
sites.
Described and
stored are site
number,
location,
slope, vegetation/landuse and all soil
properties that are measured in the
field,
such as structure,
porosity,
teksture,
colour etc (see Technical
Report No 5, Version 1.1 -Balsem et
al., 1988).
The analytical data base contains all
results
of chemical,
physical and
mineralogical
analyses
and
all
properties
used for fertility
appraisal or classification,
that are
calculated with these analyses (see
Technical Report No 7 - Buurman, 1988;
and Technical Report No 17 - Muslihat
et a l . , 1989).
Pada data base pengamatan lapangan dan
data base analisis, data dapat
dikeluarkan dengan cara memanggil
/menuliskan nomor pengamatan, nomor
lembar peta, satuan pada legenda, administrasi (kabupaten atau provinsi)
atau dengan yang lainnya yang ditentukan oleh koordinat geografik.
In both the field observations and in
the analytical data base, data can be
retrieved by observations number, mapsheet , legend unit,
administrative
area (province, kabupaten), and other
areas defined by geographic coordinates.
Data base uraian satuan lahan berisi
uraian umum dari tiap satuan peta untuk seluruh Pulau Sumatera yang
dikatalogkan menurut lembar peta.
The land unit description
data base
contains the general description of
each mapping unit for the whole island
of Sumatra, catalogued by mapsheet.
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GAMBAR 1 : LOKASI FETA DAN BATAS ADMINISTRAS!
FIGURE 1 : LOCATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES
106°00'
S°00'
I06°00'
16'
—1—
1O6°3O'
15'
I.
LAUT
J A WA
*
Propinsi Lampung
A : Kabupaten Lampung Selatan.
B : Kabupaten Lampung Tengah.
C : Kodya Bandar Lampung
30'
II.
Propinsi Jawa Barat
A : Kabupaten Serang.
6°00'
1 : 1000000
—
Jalan
*+•
Jalan kereta api
<C
Sungai/Anak Sungai
••—
Batas Kabupaten
+• +
Batas Propinsi
Kota/Pemukiman
0
10
20
30
40Km
GAHBAR 2 : RELAIBILITAS FETA
FIGURE 2 : HAP RELIABILITY
106°00'
L A U T
106°30'
J A
W
A
TINGKAT RELAIBILITAS
IV 2**" Sedang
« .3 • • Rendah
O
6°001 : 1000 000
Jalan
Jalan kereta api
Sungai/Anak Sungai
Kota/Pemukiman
10
20
30
Uraian
u mum b e r a s a l
dari
penyederhanaan semua pengamatan pada
seluruh satuan peta, termasuk analisis
laboratorium dari p r o f i l yang l a i n .
Parameter yang disimpan berisi semua
i n f o r m a s i yang d i p e r l u k a n untuk
p e n i l a i a n evaluasi lahan
(lihat
Laporan Teknis No 13a -Balsem & Buurman, 1989). Uraian satuan lahan dari
semua satuan peta yang terdapat dalam
lembar peta i n i disajikan pada Lampiran 1.
The general description is derived by
generalizing information of all observations within the mapping unit, including
laboratory
analyses of
separate profiles. The parameters
stored contain all the information
necessary for land evaluation procedures (see SDBM Technical Report No.
13, - Balsem & Buurman, 1989). The
land unit descriptions of all mapping
units relevant to the present sheet
are listed in Appendix 1.
2.6.Relaibilitas peta
2.6. Map reliability
Relaibilitas dari peta tergantung pada
beberapa faktor 'seperti: kerapatan
pengamatan, keragaman tanah, kualitas
dari citra penginderaan jauh, lokasi
dari titik pengamatan atau daerah
kunci, ketepatan dari batas tanah
maupun batas satuan lahan, tingkat
pengetahuan dan pengalaman surveyor.
Tidak semua dari faktor faktor ini
dapat diukur dan karena itu harus
diperkirakan.
The reliability of a map depends on
many such factors as observation density, soil homogeneity or complexity,
quality of the remote sensing imagery,
the location of sample/key areas, accuracy of soil units and soil boundaries, the level of education and the
amount of experience of the soil surveyor. Not all of these can be
measured and so they have to be estimated.
Berdasarkan faktor faktor tersebut
diatas, terutama kerapatan pengamatan,
maka diperkirakan mengenai relaibilitas peta, dan untuk itu dibagi
menjadi 3 grup (Gambar 2).
Based on the above factors, but mainly
on observation density, three classes
of map reliability have been established (Figure 2).
1110 - 9
3 . LOKASI DAERAH PETA DAN SUMBER
INFORMASI
3 . 1 . L o k a s i dan Bâtas A d m i n i s t r a s !
Secara geografik daerah peta Tanjungkarang (1110) ( terletak antara
105800 dan 106°30 Bujur Timur dan
antara 5°00' dan 6 0 0 ' Lintang
Selatan.
Secara adminitratif daerah peta termasuk Propinsi Lampung yang meliputi
Kabupaten Lampung Selatan, Lampung
Tengah dan Kotamadya Bandarlampung.
(Gambar 1)
1:100.000 (Royal Australian Air Force,
1976) berkualitas rendah sampai sedang
dengan tutupan awan lk. 10%. Ikhtisar
jalur terbang dan nomor potret udara
disajikan pada Gambar 3. Sumber informasi lain yang dipakai ialah dàri
Citra Landsat dan Radar seperti disajikan dalam Gambar 4.
Beberapa laporan survei tanah terdahulu beserta peta tanahnya telah
ditelaah dalam pekerjaan kompilasi
data untuk memperkokoh data base tanah
daerah ybs. Gambar 5 menyajikan lokasi
daerah survei tersebut, sedangkan
judul laporan survei dicantumkan pada
daftar pustaka.
3.2.Sumber Informasi
Dalam pelaksanaan survei dan pemetaan
tanah tingkat tinjau ini sumber informasi yang telah digunakan adalah peta
topografi, peta geologi, potret udara,
citra Landsat, citra Radar serta
beberapa peta dan laporan survei terdahulu sebagai nara sumber.
Disamping peta topografi skala
1:250.000 ( B A K O S U R T A N A L , 1 9 8 5 )
digunakan pula peta topografi berskala
1:50.000 (BAKOSURTANAL, 1982).
Tabel 3. Nomor dan Nama Lembaran Peta
Topografi Skala 1:50.000
11 Klluan
12 13 Padang Cemin
14 Tanjung Agung
21 Penengahan
22 Bakauheni
23 Kalianda
24 Ketapang
31 32 33 34-
1
41 Gedongtataan
42 Tanjungkarang
43 Bangunrejo
44 Metro
51 Jabunq
52 Labuhan Haringgai
53 Sukadana
54 Braja Luhur
61 62 63 64 -
Peta geologi yang digunakan ialah Peta
geologi skala 1:250.000 dari Pusat
Penelitian dan Pengembangan Geologi
Bandung lembar Tanjungkarang tahun
1978. Potret udara yang dipakai ialah
potret udara hitam/putih skala
4. KEADAAN UHUM FISIK DAERAH
4.1. Geologi
Secara geologi, lembar peta Tanjungkarang tersusun atas juluran-juluran
{outliers)
Pegunungan Barisan (di
tenggara) yang sebagian besar tertutup
oleh bahan volkan muda, batuan-batuan
tua yang terbenam, dataran luas yang
t e r d i r i dari endapan ignimbrit serta
endapan a l u v i a l dan p a n t a i muda
(Gambar 6 ) . Sebagian besar batuanbatuan permukaan berumur k u a r t e r ,
namun batuan-batuan tua muncul pada
beberapa tempat.
Pretersier
Batuan p r e t e r s i e r t e r d i r i d a r i skis
( p T s e ) , menutupi batuan i n t r u s i f
granit (Kgr). Seperti halnya pada lembar peta 1010 (Kotaagung), batuanbatuan i n i terdapat d i s i s i
timur
Pegunungan Barisan, yang luput dari
penutupan oleh bahan volkan Tersier
dan Kuarter.
Batuan skis b e r v a r i a s i dalam komposisinya dari skis b i o t i t hingga skis
hornblende dan mengandung l a p i s a n lapisan berkapur dan lapisan-lapisan
k u a r s i t . Setempat-setempat terdapat
ortogneis, yang sangat t e r l i p a t .
Batuan-batuan intrusif yang terdapat
di bagian bawah batuan-batuan metamorfik sebagian besar t e r d i r i dari granit
dan granodiorit dengan inklusi b i o t i t
dan gabro.
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GAMBAR 3 : INDERS PETA TOPOGRAFI DAN JALUR TERBANG POTRET UDARA
TIGURE 3 : INDEX OF TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS AND FLIGHT LINES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
105°00'
1J5'
30
45'
106°00'
106°30'
5
(54)
R 62/8282 £
R 62/8282
61-77
: Nomor jalur terbang
f54) • Nomer lemoai
: Nomor futo udara
peta topografi 1 : 50 000
CAMBAR 4 : INDEKS CITRA RADAR STAR-I DAN LANDSAT
FIGURE 4 : INDEX OF STAR-1'RADAR
AND LANDSAT IMAGERY
105°00'
S°00'
15'
106°00'
106°3O'
I-b- 1
6°00 p
Liputan Radar 1 : 250 000
STAR - 1 , 1 1 1 0 - 1,2,3,4,5,6
Liputan Citra Laridsat
A : 123-064-1 , 14-11 -1984
B : 123-064-11 , 14-11-1984
GAHBAR 5 : INDERS LAPORAN SURVEI DAN PEMETAAN TANAH
FUTURE 5 : INDEX OF SOIL SURVEY REPORTS
105°00'
10e°D0'
LAUT
IB'
JA W A
«s©
roboali - Hesuji
pusat Penelitian Tanah, 1986
DAS Sefcaipung Atas
Leabaga Penelitian Tanah, 1971
DAS Sekaipunq
Pusat Penelitian Tanah, 1981
[::-•'>•'•:? DAS Sekanpung
L;^.-j':-j Leibaqa Penelitian Tanah, 1972
Propinsi Laipunq
Leibaqa Penelitian
Tanah, 1968
1D6°3O'
GAHBAR 6 :
FIGURE 6 :
PETA GEOLOGI BAGAH
GEOUXICAL SKETCH HAP
105 Off BT
108 30' BT
s°ooLS
Volkan
Kuarwr
QKw
Qlv
Tanlor
Tov
LAUT
Tlndo
intrusi
Kuartor
J A W A
Pratersier
Kgr
ü
1OBUOO'BT
106 3 0 ' BT
KuBrter
Pratersier
Sedimen
Sumber : GeologiLembar Tanjung Karang. Geological Research and Development Centre, 1978
5
10 15 Km
GAHBAR 7 : GRUP FISIOCRAFI LEMBAR TANJUNGKARANG
FIGURE 7 . PHYSIOGRAPHIC GROUPS OF THE TANJUNGKARANG SHKET
1O5üQ05°0(V
15'
30'
45'
106°00 r
LAUT
106°3D'
J A W A
:6°0D'
Grup Aluvial/'Alluvial
Group
Grup Volkan/Volcanic Group
Giup Marin/*few?e Group
Grup Perbukitan/W/V/y Group
Grup Dataran Tuf Masam I Acid Taff Plain Group
Grup Pegunungan/Afo(/n(a/i Group
Grup Dataran/PlainCroup
Grup Aneka Bentuk I Miscellaneous%$Mê
Tersier
Dar i ba tuan Tersier, ba tuan yang mem punyai penyebaran luas hanyalah dasit
dan l i p a r i t formasi Tmda (TerrLary
-middle-dacice)
dan batuan volkan andesit
tua forraasi
Tov
(Tertiaryolder-volcanics)
. Batuan-batuan i n i
telah mengalami perubahan hidrotermal
dan déformasi t e k t o n i k . Batuan Tov
umumnya b e r k o m p o s i s i
andesitik.
Batuan-batuan Tersier non-volkan sangat
jarang di jumpai pada iembar peta
ini.
Kuarter
Endapan Kuarter dapat dibagi dalara empat grup utama :
(a) Tuf Lampung (Qlv)
(b ) Basal Sukadana (Qb)
(c) Batuan andesit muda (Qhv)
(d) Endapan aluvial dan marin (Qal)
a.
Tuf Lampung yang menutupi bagian
terluas di tiraur dan utara Iembar peta
ini merupakan endapan ignimbrit yang
s e b a g i a n b e s a r diendapkan
dalam
lingkungan marin dan setempat-setempat
secara erat bercampur dengan endapan
marin halus. Tuf mempunyai komposisi
dasitik sampai l i p a r i t i k dengan kadar
t i n g g i gelas dan batuapung. Karena
diduga pusat erupsi berada di Teluk
Lampung, maka keadaan tuf dari endapan
berangsur berkurang kearah utara.
d. Aluvium marin dan sungai dijumpai di
sepanjang sungai-sungai utama dan pantai.
Cekungan a l u v i a l utama adalah
sungai Sekarapung (Rawa Sragi}.
Pantai' timur sebagian besar t e r d i r i
dari dataran pasang surut dan kompleks
beting pantai; beting-beting pasir dan
beting-beting karang kecil ditemukan
sepanjang pantai di barat dan selatan
Tanjungkarang.
Teras sungai setempat-setempat dijumpai di a t a s
Tuf
Lampung.
tetapi
teras-teras
ini
belum dikemukakan
dalam peta geologi yang ada sekarang.
4.2.
Fisiografi
Lembar peta Tanjungkarang dapat dibagi
dalam
tujuh grup fisiografi utama:
grup Pegunungan. Perbukitan, Volkan,
Dataran, Dataran Tuf Masara, Marin,
Aluvial dan Aneka Bentuk. (Gambar 7).
Pegunungan
Bentang alam yang termasuk dalara grup
ini terdapat di bagian sudut baratdaya
lembar peta ini dan sedikit terdapat
di timurlaut Tanjungkarang. Pegunungan
ini termasuk dalam punggung/blok
lipatan {hiockfaulted)
Pegunungan
Barisan, namun karena terdapat di
bagian ujung rangkaian pegunungan,
maka kurang terpengaruh deformasi.
b.
Basal Sukadana merabentuk jalur
l e b a r ( l e b a r Ik. 25 km) dengan arah
t e n g g a r a - b a r a t l a u t di bagian timur
Iembar peta i n i .
Basal ini mempunyai umur hampir sama
dengan Tuf Lampung.
Batuan
ini
sebagian besar basal o l i v i n .
Pada
pi a to basal terdapat sejumlah krucut
sinder kecil-kecil dan muda.
Pegunungan ini sebagian besar terdiri
dari batuan volkan tua (basal, andesit . dasit ) . Sub grup yang di jumpai
adalah:
c.
Sebagian besar batuan volkan andesitik muda t'erniasuk dalam tiga pusat
erupsi utama ; Volkan R a t a i . Betung
dan Rajabasa.
Beberapa pusat erupsi tua dan kec i l
juga ditemukan. misalnya di bagian
baratlaut Iembar peta i n i .
Setempatsetempat bahan volkan muda raerupakan
lapisan penutup t i p i s di atas batuan
tua seperti Tuf Lampung. misalnya di
baratlaut kompleks Rajabasa.
Tingkat torehannya berkisar antara
sangat tertoreh sampai sangat tertoreh
sekali fkelas 3 dan 4 ) .
M*.2 . 2 :
M*.2.3:
Pegunungan berlereng curara
sampai sangat curam
Pegunungan berlereng sangat
curam sekali
Perbukitan
Bentang alara yang termasuk dalara gtup
pe rbuki tan be rdampingan pada s i si
pegunungan. Perbedaan utama terdapat
dal am amplitudonya, dimana perbukitan
lebih kecil (<300ra) dibandingkan
dengan pegunungan. Perbukitan sebagian
1110 - 16
besar terbentuk dari bahan yang sama
dengan pegunungan, t e t a p i beberapa
perbukitan t e r d a p a t pada batuan
intrusif (granit) dan batuan metamorfik (skis, gneis). Subgrup yang dijumpal adalah:
H*;1.2 :Perbukitan dengan pola random
dan lereng cukup curam
H*.l. 3: Perbukitan dengan pola random
dan lereng curam
H*. 1. 5 : Lahan bergelomang dengan bukitbukit kecil
H*.1.6:Bukit-bukit k e c i l berpola
wilayah bergelombang.
H*.4.4: Pelembahan tektonik
Semua satuan i n i mempunyai tingkat
torehan agak tertoreh hingga sangat
tertoreh sekali.
Grup Volkan
Grup ini dibagi lebih lanjut dalam dua
subgrup: Kerucut Volkan dan bagianbagiannya (V*.l) dan dataran volkan,
p l a t o s e r t a volkan tua t e r e r o s i
(V*.2).
Dua kompleks volkan utama: Rajabasa
dan Ratai/Betung tergolong dalam grup
V*.1 ; plato Sukadana dan dataran
volkanik kecil di perbatasan barat
lembar peta i n i termasuk dalam grup
V*.2. Kerucut volkan terutama dibagi
lebih lanjut
menurut
keadaan
lerengnya, sedangkan satuan-satuan
volkan lainnya dibagi menurut morfologi umum. Sub grup yang dijumpai
dalam lembar peta ini adalah:
ini terdapat di sekitar tepi timur
lembar peta ini dan di jalur sempit
sebelah timur Tanjungkarang. Bentang
al am ini merupakan sisa iataran yang
terbentuk pada sisi timur Pegunungan
Barisan serta terbentuk pada batuan
induk granit dan skis. Umumnya batuan
skis terdapat
dalam
depresinya
sedangkan granit menempati daerahdaerah lebih tinggi. Bagian-bagian
yang sangat tahan terhadap erosi membentuk bukit-bukit kecil yang muncul
di atas dataran sekelilingnya. Subgrup
yang dijumpai pada lembar peta ini
adalah:
P*.3.2: Dataran berombak cukup tertoreh
P*.4.2: Dataran berombak sampai bergelombang cukup tertoreh
P*.8.2 : Dataran bergelombang dengan
bukit-bukit kecil cukup tertoreh.
Dataran Tuf Masam
Grup Dataran Tuf Masam dipisahkan dari
grup Dataran karena penyebarannya yang
luas dan perbedaan yang menyolok bahan
induk
serta karakteristlk tanah
secara kimiawi. Bentuk lahan kedua
grup sama, meskipun di Dataran Tuf
Masam kadang-kadang dijumpai lebih
banyak sisa-sisa erosi resisten.
:Lereng atas volkan (>30%)
:Lereng tengah volkan (16-50%)
:Lereng bawah volkan (<16%)
:Dataran volkan datar
:Dataran volkan berombak
:Dataran volkan bergelombang
:Dataran volkan bergelombang
dengan bukit-bukit kecil
V*.2.9 :Lahar
V*.2.10 :Volkan tua t e r e r o s i dengan
relief berbukit
Grup Dataran Tuf Masam berkembang pada
endapan ignimbrit yang termasuk dalam
tuf Lampung. Tuf ini ke arah utara
agak kasar, namun pada lembar peta
sekarang tuf ini mengandung bahan
dasitik (kuarsa, batuapung, gelas
volkan). Litologi bersifat campuran
ini termasuk sisa teras sungai setempat dlnyatakan dengan kode litologi dq
(dasitik/sedimen kasar). Sisa-sisa
pelapukan secara menyeluruh berbutir
halus. Pembagian lanjut Dataran Tuf
Masam dilakukan berdasarkan morfologi
umum dan sama dengan pembagian grup
Dataran. Subgrup yang ditemukan adalah
sebagai berikut:
Subgrup di atas dibagi lebih lanjut
berdasarkan tingkat torehannya.
I*.l:
I*.2:
Dataran
I*.3:
I*.4:
V*.1.2
V*.1.3
V*.1.4
V*.2.1
V*.2.2
V*.2.3
V*.2.6
Bentang al am yang termasuk dalam grup
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Dataran tuf masam datar
Dataran tuf masam datar sampai
berombak
Dataran tuf masam berombak
Dataran tuf masam berombak
I*.5:
I*.8:
sampai bergelombang
Dataran tuf masam bergelombang
Dataran tuf masam bergelombang
dengan bukit-bukit kecil.
Semua satuan ini dibagi lebih lanjut
menurut tingkat torehannya.
Marin
Grup ini meliputi jalur sempit sepanjang pantai
timur dan luasan-luasan
kecil sepanjang pantai selatan. Di
timur, jalur sempit yang terdiri dari
beting pantai dan cekungan antar
beting pantai dipisahkan dari jalur
pantai sekarang oleh dataran mangrove
dan rawa belakang pantai bervegetasi
rendah. Dataran lumpur estuarin (nipah
dan vegetasi campuran) terdapat sepanjang beberapa sungai. Jalur beting
pantai dan cekungannya berbatasan
dengan lahan atasnya, namun kerapkali
terpisah dari lahan ini dengan rawa
belakang payau bervegetasi hutan rawa
campuran.
Di pantai selatan dataran lumpur tidak
dijumpai dan disini grup ini dicirikan
oleh dataran pantai dan karang yang
sempit. Subgrup berikut ini dijumpai
pada lembar peta ini:
di belakang garis pantai dan mungkin
disebabkan oleh gradien sungai yang
rendah dan pembendungan sungai-sungai
oleh deposit marin. Endapan volkan
menyebabkan terbentuknya beberapa
cekungan tertutup, yang dijumpai di
perbatasan barat lembar peta dan di
plato Sukadana. Kipas tersebar luas di
daerah bergunung dan berbukit di barat
daya peta. Subgrup yang dijumpai
adalah:
Au.1.1.1:Rawa dari dataran aluvial
luas
Af.1.2.1 :Jalur meander dari lembah
aluvial luas
Au.1.3: Pelembahan sempit (erosif) di
daerah upland
Au.2.2: Kipas aluvial dan koluvial
Au.3.2 : Cekungan/lembah tertutup
Aq.5 : Dataran banjir sungai melebar
Aneka Bentuk
Di daerah bergunung terdapat lembahlembah sungai yang terjal (X.1). Disebelah tenggara Sukadana dijumpai
danau (X3)
4.3. Hidrologi
Daerah lembar peta Tanjungkarang mempunyai ketinggian antara Om (pantai)
sampai 1.700m dpi (Gunung Ratai).
Topografinya menurun ke arah timur
membentuk dataran/ dataran rendah yang
diselingi daerah plato dari basai
Sukadana.
Sungai-sungai utama di daerah ini a.l.
Way Sekampung, W.Kambas, W.Penet yang
bermuara di Laut Jawa dan beberapa
sungai kecil yang mengalir ke arah
utara.
Bfq.1.1:Kompleks beting pantai dan
cekungan antar beting
B f q . 1 . 2 : K o m p l e k s b e t i n g pantai
tererosi dan cekungannya
Bf .4. 3 :Dataran pasang surut bervegetasi bakau
Bf.4.4 :Dataran estuarin
Bf.5.1 :Rawa belakang dipengaruhi air
asin bervegetasi rumput-rumputan
Bf.5.2:Rawa belakang dipengaruhi air
asin bervegetasi hutan campuran W.Sekampung merupakan sungai terbesar.
Bcq.7 : Endapan marin tak dibedakan
dan terpanjang, berasal dari mata air
di sekltar volkan Ratai dan Betung.
Aluvial
Sungai ini mula-mula mengalir ke arah
Grup ini dicirikan oleh endapan sun- timur/tiinurlaut. Plato basai Sukadana
gai, endapan di lembah tertutup, en- menyebabkan aliran sungai ini terbendapan sungai melebar (braided) dan en- dung dan alirannya beralih ke arah
dapan kipas.
tenggara. Akibat pembendungan ini terYang luas penyebarannya adalah endapan bentuk daerah-daerah banjir dan rawa
sungai Sekampung, yang membentuk yang luas seperti rawa Selapan, rawa
dataran aluvial luas dengan rawa-rawa Keramat/Subud dan rawa Sragi.
yang menjulur di bagian tenggara lembar peta ini. Rawa-rawa ini terbentuk Bentukan mbrfologi, jenis batuan,
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proses-proses geomorfik serta keadaan
tata air di . daerah ini sangat menentukan keadaan pola drainasenya.
Daerah pegunungan dan perbukitan yang
pada umumnya mempunyai gradient yang
cukup besar membentuk pola drainase
dendritik, sedang di daerah dimana
proses tektonik nyata mempunyai pola
drainase rectangular (structural
control).
Daerah volkan dengan bentukan-bentukan
kerucut yang raasih utuh membentuk pola
radial di daerah puncak dan lereng
atas , sedang di lereng. tengah dan
bawah paralel atau sub-paralel.
Basai Sukadana yang banyak mempunyai
rekahan dan dengan sifat tanahnya yang
porous, mempunyai drainase internai
sangat baik yang banyak menghasilkan
mata air di kaki sekeliling plato
(spring). Danau Jepara di utara plato
diduga merupakan bekas kawah yang
telah mati, membentuk danau yang merupakan sumber air utama di daerah
ini.
Daerah tuf Lampung umumnya mempunyai
pola drainase
dendritik
sedang
sesetempat dimana dijumpai bentukan
lahan yang memanjang dijumpai pola
drainase paralel.
W.
Sekampung yang mempunyai pola
aliran meandering, di dataran rendah
membentuk dataran banjir/rawa yang
cukup luas dengan pola drainase tidak
nyata (sesetempat meandering). Rawa
Sragi merupakan daerah rawa terluas
yang sedang direklamasi guna dijadikan
areal pertanian.
5. SATUAN LAHAN
5.1. Satuan lahan dan tanah.
Secara garis besar satuan lahan lembar
peta Tanjungkarang (1110) dapat
dikelompokkan kedalam 8 (delapan) grup
yaitu: Grup Aluvial ( A ) , Marin (B),
Dataran Tuf Masam ( I ) , Dataran (P),
Volkan (V), Perbukitan (H), Pegunungan
dan Plato (M) serta Aneka Bentuk
(Gambar 7) . Pada setiap satuan lahan
umunya diketemukan lebih dari satu
satuan tanah (pada tingkat Great
Group), dan agar meraudahkan pembacaannya maka setiap satuan tanah yang
dijumpai pada setiap satuan lahan
ditentukan luas penyebarannya secara
kwalitatif, yaitu:
- Sangat dominan: apabila penyebarannya >75% dari luasan satuan lahan.
- Dominan: apabila penyebarannya antara 50-75% dari luasan satuan
lahan.
- Cukup: apabila penyebarannya antara
25-50% dari luasan satuan lahan.
- Sedikit: apabila penyebarannya 1025% dari luasan satuan lahan.
- Sedikic sekall: apabila penyebarannya <10% dari luasan satuan lahan.
Dibawah ini akan diuraikan mengenai
satuan lahan dan tanah yang dijumpai
pada setiap grup fisiografi.
Grup Aluvial (A)
Terbentuk dari bahan endapan sungai,
endapan
rawa dan
endapan
hasil
aluviasi/koluviasi
d i kaki
lereng
perbukitan/pegunungan yang l a n d a i .
Tersebar antara ketinggian 5-150m d p i .
di sepanjang j a l u r a l i r a n Way Sekampung,
W.Penet dan W.Kambas yang
merupakan j a l u r a l i r a n sungai meander.
Di k i r i kanan a l i r a n W.Sekampung t e r dapat dataran a l u v i a l luas berawa yang
merupakan d a t a r a n b a n j i r membentuk
rawa Sragi , rawa Selapan dan rawa
Ke imat/Subud.
Di timur
Sribawono
daerah i n i berbatasan dengan dataran
p a n t a i . Di s e l a t a n Danau J e p a r a dan
s e b e l a h b a r a t Gedongtataan t e r d a p a t
pelembahan t e r t u t u p yang l u a s yang
s e l a l u tergenang a i r .
Di kaki lereng
perbukitan,
di s e l a t a n Padang Cermi.n
dan s e k i t a r Bandarlampung t e r d a p a t
kipas a l u v i a l / k o l u v i a l yang menampuiig
bahan dari daerah atasnya.
Bentuk wllayah d a t a r , datar ag.'ik ccinbung dan d a t a r agak meland.i i d«.n,^,i;
lereng 0-3% . -Meliputri li'as 36. 6 [ :J h,,
(7,90%).
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t a r a l a i n rum pu l rn v.i . ' ir ,-.
j i 1 n :"
a l i r a n , persawahui: dan se m .1 \» ink.ii.'
Jenis tanah utama d i. d-uiah ini adalah
tanah yang r e l a t i f muda dan pnd uiuuiu-
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nya berasosiasi dengan lingkungan
air/basah, antara l a i n Tropaquepts
(telah berkembang), Fluvaquents dan
Hydraquents (belum berkembang), serta
Tropohemists yang merupakan tanah organik di daerah berawa.
Didaerah
tanggul sepanjang
sungai
atau
peralihan ke dataran dijumpai jenis
tanah Dystropepts/Eutropepts berpenampang dalam, bertekstur halus sampai
sedang, drainase baik.
Tanah berpenampang dalam dengan
tekstur bervariasi dari halus sampai
kasar, kadang-kadang b e r l a p i s - l a p i s .
Drainase pada umumnya terhambat sampai
sangat terhambat. Tingkat kesuburan
tanahnya sangat tergantung pada bahan
di daerah sekitarnya dan daerah dari
mana bahan itu berasal. Umumnya unsur
hara di daerah ini sedang sampai
sangat rendah, dimana lapisan atas
lebih baik daripada lapisan bawah.
Dengan pengendalian a i r yang baik
terutama untuk daerah rendah di tiraur
lembar peta daerahnya mempunyai
potensi yang besar sebagai daerah persawahan, s e p e r t i halnya daerah rawa
Sragi di s e k i t a r a l i r a n W.Sekampung
yang telah direklamasi. Penghambat
utama adalah genangan a i r permanen,
banjir dan kandungan unsur hara.
Grup Marin (B)
Merupakan dataran rendah yang memanjang dari utara ke selatan sepanjang/
sejajar pantai timur lembar peta yang
sebagain besar daerahnya dipengaruhi
pasang surut. Terletak pada ketinggian
0-25m dpi., berupa dataran pasang
surut berlumpur yang diselingi oleh
beting-beting pasir pantai
(beach
ridges) dan cekungan-cekungan antar
beting
(swales). Bentuk wilayahnya
datar, datar agak cekung,
sedang
beting pasir pantai umumnya datar agak
cembung dengan lereng 0-3% . Meliputi
luas 45.070 ha (6.30%).
Vegetasi dan penggunaan lahan utamanya
berupa hutan mangrove, rawa pasang
surut, sawah, kebun kelapa, tambak dan
daerah pemukiman.
Jenis tanah utama di daerah ini adalah
Hydraquents, Sulfaquents dan Fluv-
aquents yang merupakan tanah-tanah
belum berkembang di daerah cekungan
sepanjang pantai yang selalu tergenang
air. Sulfaquents merupakan jenis tanah
yang mengandung sulfat tinggi yang
bila muncul di permukaan dalam jumlah
di atas ambang toleransi tanaman akan
sangat membahayakan. Ketiga jenis
tanah ini berpenampang dalam, tekstur
umumnya halus bercampur bahan organik,
drainase sangat terhambat, hampir
sepanjang tahun daerahnya tergenang
air.
Di daerah pasir pantai muda dijumpai
Tropopsamments, yang merupakan tanah
belum berkembang, bertekstur kasar/
pasir, drainase cepat. Tropohumods dan
Tropaquods raerupakan tanah yang telah
berkembang, dijumpai di daerah beting
pasir pantai tua yang terletak lebih
kepedalaman. Daerah ini terutama
sepanjang pantai berpotensi baik
sebagai daerah tambak, tanpa melupakan
kelestarian alam antara lain perlunya
hutan mangrove sebagai buffer zone
disepanjang pantai. Beting pasir pantai cocok untuk perkebunan kelapa
sedang pelembahan antar beting untuk
persawahan dengan jenis padi yang
lebih toleran terhadap air asin.
Penghambat utama berupa genangan air/
banjir, tanah sulfat masam (cat clay),
tekstur kasar di daerah beting pasir
serta unsur hara tanaman (kesuburan
tanah) yang rendah.
Grup Dataran Tuf Masam
Merupakan daerah terluas yang menyebar
dari arah tenggara-baratdaya terutama
di bagian tengah dan utara lembar
peta. Bentuk wilayahnya datar, berombak sampai bergelombang dengan diselingi oleh cekungan-cekungan. Bahan
pembentuknya berupa tuf masam bersusunan dasit/ignimbrit sebagai hasil
aktivitas volkan. Aliran abu masam ini
sarmat tebal dan luas mencapai >1000
km . Tuf masam ini membentukkan
dataran rendah di pantai timur. Terletak pada ketinggian 10-100m dpi.
dengan variasi lereng 0-25% . Meliputi
luas 288.130 ha (40,15%).
Vegetasi
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d a n penggunaan
lahannya
adaiah pertanian lahan kering (ladang
dan tegalan), persawahan, kebun campuran, kebun karet, semak belukar dan
padang alang-alang.
Jenis tanah utama yang dijumpai di
daerah ini adaiah Kanhapludults,
Dystropepts, Hapludults dan Tropaquepts .
Jenis tanah utamanya antara lain
Kanhapludults dan Dystropepts, berpenampang sedang sampai dalam, tekstur
uraumnya h a l u s , d r a i n a s e b a i k .
Kesuburan tanahnya rendah sampai
sangat rendah demikian pula kandungan
bahan organiknya. Dystropepts mempunyai kandungan hara yang relatif
lebih baik. Sebagian besar jenis tanah
Kanhapludults mempunyai sifat fisik
yang jelek disebabkan banyak terdapatnya lapisan kedap air (lapisan dengan
kandungan kongkresi besi dan raangan
tinggi).
Kanhapludults dan Hapludults menempati
lereng tengah atau punggungan, berpenampang dalam, tekstur bervariasi
dari halus sampai sedang. Di lereng
atas dan daerah berbukit kecil dijumpai Dystropepts, berpenampang dalam,
tekstur bervariasi dari halus sampai
kasar , drainase baik. Tropaquepts
dijumpai di daerah pelembahan/cekungan, berpenampang sedang sampai dalam,
tekstur bervariasi, drainase terhambat . Kandungan unsur hara tanaman
(kesuburan) dari tanah-tanah tersebut
umunya rendah sampai sangat rendah,
kandungan bahan organik juga rendah.
Di lain pihak adanya lapisan kedap air
ini mempunyai dampak positif untuk
daerah persawahan karena tidak membutuhkan air terlalu banyak disamping
dapat menyimpan air. Di cekungan
cekungan dan pelembahan (dataran rendah) dijumpai jenis tanah Tropaquepts,
berpenampang sedang, tekstur halus,
drainase terhambat. Dengan pengendalian air yang baik (perbaikan dan
pengaturan air) daerahnya berpotensi
baik untuk persawahan, sedang daerah
berombak sampai bergelombang untuk
pengembangan perkebunan terutama
kelapa sawit dan karet dan pertanian
lahan kering.
Kecuali daerah pelembahan/cekungan,
daerah ini tidak cocok untuk persawahan. Tanaman pertanian lahan
kering dapat dikembangkan di daerah
berombak, berombak agak bergelombang,
sedang perbukitan kecil hendaknya
dihutankan untuk menjaga kondisi air
di daerah bawahnya. Penghambat utama
antara lain hara tanaman yang rendah
keadaan topografi/erosi di daerah bergelombang agak berbukit.
Grup Volkan (V)
Grup volkan dapat dibagi menjadi subgrup volkan muda dan subgrup basal
Sukadana. Grup volkan muda t e r d i r i
Penghambat utama antara lain kandungan dari stratovolkan Rajabasa, Betung dan
hara tanaman rendah (miskin), fisik Ratai menyebar di bagian selatan lemtanah jelek dan kekurangan air di bar p e t a . Puncak-puncak pegunungan
t e r s e b u t t e r l e t a k pada k e t i n g g i a n
daerah bergelombang.
1.282m (Rajabasa), 1.300m (Betung) dan
1.681m dpi. (Ratai). Lereng atas dan
Grup Dataran
Dataran ini merupakan daerah peralihan tengah telah mengalami pengikisan lanj u t , berlereng curam sampai sangat
antara dataran tuf masam dan daerah
curam dengan lereng >30%,
sedang
perbukitan/pegunungan. Bahan pembentuknya berupa batuan intrusi masam lereng bawahnya berlereng <16% . Bahan
terutama granit dan batuan metamorfik pembentuknya berupa tuf dan lava in(skis). Penyebarannya terutama di terraedier sampai basis. Meliputi luas
sebelah timur Bandar Lampung dan di 76.780 ha (10,70%).
sebelah barat Natar dengan bentuk
wilayah berombak sampai bergelombang V e g e t a s i dan penggunaan lahannya
dengan bukit-bukit kecil. Terletak berupa hutan primer dataran tinggi dan
pada ketinggian antara 50-125m dpi., h u t a n l i n d u n g
( l e r e n g a t a s dan
dengan variasi lereng antara 3-25%, tengah), sedang di lereng bawah berupa
meliputi luas 49.075 ha (6,85%).
perkebunan kopi dan lada, p e r t a n i a n
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lahan kering,
sawahan.
semak belukar dan per-
Jenis tanah utama di lereng atas dan
tengah terutama Dystrandepts, Dyst r o p e p t s dan T r o p o r t h e n t yang
merupakan tanah-tanah muda. Sedang di
lereng bawah dijumpai Dystropepts dan
Humitropepts dengan kandungan bahan
organik tinggi. Jenis-jenis tanah tersebut berpenampang dalam,
tekstur
halus sampai agak kasar di lereng
a t a s , agak halus sampai halus di
l e r e n g tengah dan bawah dengan
drainase baik. Di lereng bawah banyak
dijumpai batuan besar (boulder) yang
berasal dari lereng atas/tengah.
Kesuburan tanahnya sedang sampai
tinggi di daerah dataran rendah sampai
sangat rendah. Diperkirakan adanya
tutupan bahan lain di daerah ini.
Dengan memperhatikan tindakan konservasi tanah, lereng-lereng bawah berp o t e n s i s e b a g a i pengembangan
perkebunan kopi, lada, cengkeh dan
pertanian lahan kering sedang di
daerah d a t a r a n untuk persawahan.
Lereng atas dan tengah hendaknya tetap
sebagai hutan 1indung/hutan tutupan.
Penghambat utama adalah lereng, erosi
dan batuan besar di lereng tengah dan
bawah.
Plato basal Sukadana terdapat di
sebelah timur lembar peta, menyembul
di atas dataran tuf masam dengan bentuk wilayah berombak-bergelombang,
berlereng melandai, terdapat pada
k e t i n g g i a n a n t a r a 50-100m d p i .
Puncak-puncaknya yang berupa kerucutkerucut volkan (cindercone) dan leher
volkan {volcanic
neck)
mencapai
ketinggian 250m dpi. Meliputi luas
106.420 ha (14,80%). Daerah transisi
ke dataran berupa lereng terjal yang
merupakan batas antara lapisan atas
lava basal yang porous dan lapisan tuf
masam yang kedap air, dimana terdapat
banyak mata air.
Jenis tanah utama adalah Hapludalfs,
Eutropepts dan Humitropepts berpenampang dalam, tekstur agak halus sampai
halus, drainase baik, kandungan unsur
haranya sedang sampai tinggi dengan
kandungan bahan organik rendah sampai
sedang. Di beberapa tempat di bagian
selatan terdapat hamparan lava di permukaan dengan lapisan tanah yang tipis
dari jenis Troporthents.
Daerahnya mempunyai p o t e n s i yang
tinggi terutama untuk perkebunan kopi,
cengkeh dan lada serta pertanian lahan
kering/tegalan. Sedang daerah perbukitannya hendaknya dipertahankan
sebagai hutan lindung. Kecuali batu
dipermukaan daerah ini hampir tidak
mempunyai penghambat. Erosi di daerah
ini hampir tidak nampak karena sifat
tanahnya yang sangat mudah menyerap
air/"internal drainage"nya baik.
Grup Perbukitan (H)
Daerahnya terbentuk karena aktivitas
tektonik, terletak di lereng pegunungan dan volkan terutama di bagian
s e l a t a n lembar peta. Bahan pembentuknya berupa bahan volkan (tuf dan
b a t u a n a n d e s i t ) , b a t u a n sedimen,
batuan plutonik masam ( g r a n i t ) dan
batuan metamorf, sesetempat ditempati
oleh bahan tuf masam Lampung. Terletak
pada ketinggian 15-375m dpi, dengan
perbedaan t i n g g i (amplitudo) <300m
d a r i d a e r a h s e k i t a r n y a . Bentuk
wilayahnya berbukit, berlereng curam
sampai sangat curam dengan lereng
>16% . M e l i p u t i l u a s 50.975 ha
(7.10%).
V e g e t a s i dan penggunaan lahannya
berupa hutan sekunder, kebun k a r e t ,
kelapa, pertanian lahan kering (ladang
dan tegalan) sedang di pelembahan
berupa persawahan.
Di lereng a t a s perbukitan dijumpai
j e n i s tanah Dystropepts, di lereng
tengah Hapludults dan Kanhapludults,
sedang di l e r e n g bawah dijumpai
Humitropepts.
Tanah umumnya berpenampang dalam,
t e k s t u r agak halus sampai h a l u s .
Kesuburan tanahnya rendah sampai
sedang untuk yang berkembang d a r i
bahan volkan, rendah sampai sangat
rendah untuk yang terbentuk dari bahan
lainnya.
1110 - 22
GAMBAR 8 : SATUAM LAHAN, BLOK DIAGRAM DAN PENAHPANG MELINTANG LEMBAR TANJUNGKARANG
FIGURE 8
LAND UNITS, BLOCK DIAGRAM AND CROSS SECTION OF THE TANJUNGKARANG SHEET
im.
B.-.Ü.
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LU..hllBL 1 ü J
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im - ,M
Kecuali
l e r e n g bawah yang d a p a t
digunakan sebagai lahan pengembangan
p e r t a n i a n lahan kering dengan raenip e r h a t i a n konservasi tanah,
lereng
a t a s dan tengah hendaknya digunakan
sebagai hutan.
Perabatas utaroa berupa
lereng, erosi dan kekurangan a i r .
merupakan bentukkan s p e s i f i k
terdiri
d a r i XI berupa lerabah sungai
terjal
t e r e r o s i atau lereng t e r j a l /
escarpment . X2 d a e r a h peraukiman dan X3
berupa badan a i r (danau).
5.2.
Grup Pegunungan dan Plato (M)
Terletak
antara k e t i n g g i a n
antara
500-1.225m dpi, berlereng curam sampai
sangat curara, dengan lereng >30% .
Bahan perabentuknya berupa bahan volkan
Tersier,
tetapi keadaan morfologinya
tidak memperlihatkan morfologi volkan
yang j e l a s . Terletak di bagian selatan
daerah peta yang merupakan bagian
paling selatan dari pegunungan Barisan
yang roembujur sejajar Pulau Sumatera.
Meliputi luas 39.990 ha (5.55%).
V e g e t a s i dan penggunaan l a h a n n y a
berupa hutan lindung,
semak belukar.
Sedang d i
l e r e n g bawah
berupa
perkebunan kopi. cengkeh, lada dan
p e r t a n i a n lahan kering (ladang dan
tegalan).
Merupakan bagian terpenting dari buku
penjelasan i n i , raenguraikan 58 satuan
lahan yang terdapat pada lembar peta
Tanjungkarang (1110) , secara d e t a i l
dalam bentuk/format yang baku gun a
raemudahkan para pemakai.
Uraian tersebut antara lain mencakup:
-
-
Jenis
tanah
utamanya
adalah
Dystropepts yang rnenerapati
lereng
atas.
Hapludults menerapati
lereng
tengah sedang di lereng bawah ditempati Humitropepts dan Eutropepts.
-
Tanah berpenampang dalara,
bertekstur
halus sesetempat di lereng atas bertekstur sedang dengan drainase baik.
Kandungan unsur hara tanaman d a r i
tanah-tanah t e r s e b u t umumnya rendah
sampai sangat rendah, sedang di lereng
bawah dengan lereng <30% umumnya mempunyai kesuburan yang lebih baik, kandungan bahan organiknya rendah.
Kecuali di lereng bawah yang landai
daerah i n i t i d a k b e r p o t e n s i
untuk
pengembangan pertanian dan hendaknya
dipertahankan sebagai daerah hutan.
Pengharabat utama berupa t o p o g r a f i /
lereng, erosi dan kesuburan tanah yang
rendah.
I s i Uraian Satuan Lahan.
-
Luas dan penyebarannya pada t iap
Propinsi yang d i l i p u t .
Bahan penunjang yang digunakan antara lain c i t r a s a t e l i t , foto udara
dan radar serta peta-peta
Bahan induk sebagai bahan pembentuk
tanah meiiputi t i n g k a t pelapukan,
litologi
dan formasi
geologinya
(fisik).
Sumber dan k u a l i t a s a i r
serta
kemungkinan pengembangan perikanan,
bahaya banjir dan genangan.
Vegetasi dan penggunaan lahan
Tingkat bahaya erosi (yang dipercepat)
Satuan Tanah (tingkat great group)
yang raencakup s i f a t kiraia dan morfologinya.
Ketinggian dari muka laut (meter)
Bentuk profil Satuan Lahan
Pola drainase
Keadaan lereng dan distribusinya
Perbedaan tinggi
- Bentuk wilayah serta pembagian yang
lebih lanjut (land facet).
- Fragmentasi lahan guna pengerabangan
pertanian, dan
- Tingkat relaibilitas.
Disajikan pul a gambaran satuan lahan
berupa penampang meiintang, yang memberikan gambaran keadaan dan letak
tiap satuan lahan guna raeraudahkan
pemakai
Grup Aneka Bentuk
Merupakan g r u p t e r s e n d i r i
diluar
s a t u a n l a h a n yang t e l a h
diuraikan.
Menempati
luas
4.545
ha
(0,65%),
1110 - 24
6. DAFTAR PUSTAKA
Balsem,
T., & P. Buurman, 1989.
Research, Bogor.
PPPG - see GRDC
RePPProT (Regional Physical Planning
Programme for Transmigration), 1985.
Review of Phase IB results Cenmtral
Kalimantan. Ministry of Transmigration, Jakarta.
RePPProT (Regional Physical Planning
Programme for Transmigration), 1988.
Review of Phase I results Sumatra.
Ministry of Transmigration, Jakarta.
SCS (Soil Conservation Service), 1978.
Pedon coding system for the National
Cooperative Soil Survey. USDA,
Washington D.C.
Soil Survey Staff, 1987. Keys to Soil
Taxonomy. SMSS (Soil Management Support Service) Monograph 6. US Dept.
of Agriculture.
Guidelines for Land Unit Description. Soil Data Base Management
Project Technical Report No. 13,
Version 2. Soil Data Base Management, Center for Soil Research,
Bogor
Balsem, T., P. Buurman & U. WoodSichra, 1988. Penggunaan kode komputer untuk data lapangan. Proyek
Pengelolaan Data Base Tanah, Laporan
Tehnis No. 5a, Versi 1.1. Pusat
Penelitian Tanah, Bogor
Buurman, P., 1988. Sifat-sifat kimia,
fisika, dan mineralcgi untuk data
base tanah. Proyek Pengelolaan Data
Base Tanah, Laporan Tehnis No. 7a,
Versi 2.0. Pusat Penelitian Tanah,
Bogor.
Buurman, P., T.~Balsem & H.G.A. van Laporan pemetaan tanah
Panhuys, 1988. Klasifikasi satuan
lahan untuk survey tingkat tinjau
(Nomor adalah nomor laporan dalam file
Sumatera. Proyek Pengelolaan Data SUMREP)
Base Tanah, Laporan Tehnis No. 3a,
Versi 1.2. Pusat Penelitian Tanah, 84. Laporan 1 updating peta tanah tinBogor.
jau daerah Tanjungkarang - Mesuji.
Pusat Penelitian Tanah, 1986.
Desaunettes, J.R., 1977. Catalogue of
landforras for Indonesia. FAO/UNDP 86. Survei dan Pemetaan Lahan dengan
Sistem Land Unit di DAS Sekampung
Land Capability Appraisal Project
untuk tuJuan evaluasi lahan. Pusat
Working Paper No. 13, Soil Research
Penelitian Tanah, 1981..
Institute, Bogor
FAO/UNESCO, 1977. Guidelines for soil 184. Survei dasar dalam rangka pembangunan pertanian Lampung. Lembaga
description. Rome
Penelitian Tanah, 1968.
Gallup, D.L., 1981. Proposed coding
system for pedon data for trial by 340. Survei dan Pemetaan Tanah Tinjau
DAS S e k a m p u n g A t a s .
Lembaga
the Center for Soil Research, Bogor.
Penelitian Tanah, 1971.
AGO/INS/78/006, Manual 3. Bogor
341. Survei dan Pemetaan Tanah Tinjaû
GRDC (Geological Research and DevelopDAS Sekampung Bawah.
Lembaga
ment Center), 1978. Geologic map of
Penelitian Tanah, 1972.
the Tanjungkarang
quadrangle.
Sumatra, scale 1:250,000.
Kips, P.A. , D. Djaenudin & Nata
Suharta, 1981. The land unit approach to land resources surveys f.or
land use planning, v.Lth parti cul.i r
reference
to
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S « k a m pu u ;•,
watershed, Lampung.prnvinci.
Sumatra, Indonesia.
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Buurman, 1989. Soi] sample analysis
data base - User Manual and Technical Manual. Soil Data Base Management Project, Technical Report No.
17, Version 1.0. Center for Soil
1110 -
ZJ
LAMPIRAN 1. URAIAN SATTJAN LAHAN
APPENDIX 1. LAND UNIT DESCRIPTIONS
1110 - 26
LAHD OBIT REPORT
LREP-SDBM
MAP IMAGE:
CSR-BOGQR
CSOSS SECTIGH:
1. LAHD DHIT: Au.1.1.1
2. HAF SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 168 km2
4. kMj JIT-—-r-- Djy £KUVJJK«Ia Lampung: 99%
5. STATDS IDKÜTIVIIKS
Updated by: DR
edit date: 29/05/89
Status: Final
6. LAHD DHIT ntsaaiiirir« Marshes of broad alluvial plains with open low vegetation, mixed
sediments, slopes 0-3X:
7. SAygfJ.IXK «JTTHilgg
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
9. RADAR
10. CARER MATERIAL
123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
62 /8282-071, 62
Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
/8282-065
11. ROCK OOTCSDP:
X
Slight
a. Heatherins
clay, sand, peat
b. Litholosy
c. Foxaaticm . Qal
a. Quality
12. HAXER
Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River,. Shallow wells
13. FISHERIES
Rawa (swamp)
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
High
b. Immdatïon Permanent
15. VBGETATIOB/LAHD ÜSE
Area used
16. ÄTT-FI FB»TPT> ITDnRjnfl
a. Occurence
b. Evidence
, swamp (rawa) including sedges, tidal wetland rice (pasang surut)
60 %
None
17. son. GREAT GROUP
Dcaxnant >50Z
Classification
hydraquents
Associated 1
Associated 2
fluvaquents
tropohemists
X of area
60 X
30 X
10 Z
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
32. REFKESEHTATIVE PROFILES
eqw/
/341-71
/72/IS/1110/23/
/16 /
het/
/341-20
/72/SK/1110/23/
/59 /
eqv/
1110 - 27
/86-18
/81/SR/1110/44/
/03 /
is. son.
Properties
a. Texture:
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
Drainage:
Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. F:
method
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
CEE pH 7 topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Root obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
-very deep
Very poorly drained
--low
medium
Olsen
very high
low
very high
low
—
-strong acid
moderately acid
--—
-~
-125 cm
13.5
0.0
1
Associated 1
fine
fine
-extremely deep
Very poorly drained
very high
high
very low
medium
—
-very high
medium
very high
very high
strong acid
strong acid
--—
-—
-200 cm
23.1
26.5
3
Associated 2
organic
organic
extremely deep
-Very poorly drained
—
-medium
very low
Olsen
very high
high
very high
medium
—
-slightly acid
slightly acid
--—
-—
-100 cm
68.4
0.0
1
19. ALTITUDE:
Range:
15 m
Mininra
5m
5m
Dominant: No pronounced highs/lows
20. FLAH/FR0ETLE:
Included:
b. density:
a. Pattern:
21. L.D. DRAIBAGE: c. Variability:
\
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Low
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability:
c. Length:
e. Curvature: straight
23. SLOPE DISTK.:
Valleybottoms: 100 X
Inter£Loves : 0-81:0 X, 9-25Z: 0 %,25-551: 0 Z
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: very low
b. Variability: Low
Flat, slope <2Z, 0-50 m
25. TEBRAIB:
a. Shape: no crests
26. CHEST/RIDGES:
c. Variability:
b. Length:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Marshes hydraquents, 60X
~2~ Marshes fluvaquents, 30Ï
-3- Marshes tropohemists, 10X
-42 9 . FRAOŒBTATIGH: Valleys: Large blocks
InterCLoves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
10.b : 2 12.a: 2
14.a: 1 14.b: 1 17: 1 18.a: 1 18.b: 1 18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2 24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDinOSAL ROTES:
1110 - 28
LBEP-SDBH, CSR-BO90R
u m m n REPORT
CBOSS SECTIGH:
MAF IMAGE:
-
A.l.2.2
A.1.2.1
•<\*niW r.car
tacksvaip
X/ / \ older subsoil
A.l.2.2
presont river
T ~ 3 illuvi.il snüirnts
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 194 km2
LARD UHR: Af.1.2.1
OCCOREKE by PRO7IBCE: Lampung: 99Z
STATUS IDEHTIFIERS : Updated by: DR
edit date: 29/05/89 - Status: Final
Lam ran DESCSIPTIOM: Meanderbelts of broad alluvial valleys fine sediments, slopes
0-3Z
7. SATELLITE SCENES
: 123/64/14/11/84
8. AEHTAT. PHOTOGRAPHS : 1:100.000
62 /8282-071, 60 /8295-015, 61 /8344-197
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
10. PARER MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
Z
a. Weathering : Slight
:
b. lithology : clay
c. Formation : Qal
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River, Shallow wells
13. FISHERIES
: Rawa (swamp)
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : High
b. Inondation: Seasonal
15. VBGETAÏICH/LAHD USE :
bush, swamp (rawa) including sedges, shifting cultivation,
rainfed wetland rice, deepwater rice (lebak), rubber (karet)
Area used
50 Z
16.
: None
b. Evidence
1.
4.
5.
6.
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Damnant >50I
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
tropaquepts
fluvaquents
dystropepts
32. REHtESERATIVE HtUFlLES:
iqt/
/341-18 /72/SK/1110/44/
ity/
/184-05 /68/IS/1110/51/
Z of area
55 Z
35 Z
10 Z
eqv/
/50 /
/60 /
1110 - 29
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/341-68
/72/IS/1110/23/
/ll /
18. SOU. CBABACTEBISTICS
Dominant > 501
Properties
moderately fine
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
moderately fine
-b. Depth:
peatsoil
deep
c. Drainage: .
Poorly drained
-d. Excb. K:
topsoil
-subsoil
very high
e. Total S2O: topsoil
subsoil
medium
Olsen
£. Avail. F:
method
topsoil
very high
subsoil
very high
very high
g. Total F:
topsoil
very high
subsoil
h. CXC pH 7
topsoil
—
subsoil
—
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil slightly acid
subsoil slightly acid
-j. Al Sat.
topsoil
—
subsoil
-k. Al toxicity :
-1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
—
-n. Other Toxicity:
100 cm
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
1.6
0.0
q. TEB :
4
r. Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAR/FBaFOE:
2 1 . L.D. DHAŒAGE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTE.:
2 4 . BELIEF AMPLI.:
2 5 . TERRAIN:
26. CBEST/BIDGES:
2 7 . VALLET FLOQK:
2 8 . LAHD FACETS:
29. FRAGMENTATION:
Associated 1
fine
fine
—
deep
Moderately well
-—
medium
very low
Olsen
very high
very low
high '
medium
—
—
very strong acid
very strong acid
-—
-—
—
-80 cm
4.7
0.0
1
Associated 2
fine
fine
—
moderately deep
Imperfectly drained
-—
medium
very low
--very low
very low
—
—
slightly acid
slightly acid
--—
—
—
-SO cm
2.1
0.0
1
Bange:
30 m
60 m
Minimus:
5 m
Dominant: No pronounced highs/lows
Included:
b. density: Very low
a. Pattern: meandering
c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Low
d. Variability:
c. Length:
e. Curvature: straight
Valleybottoms: 90 X
Interfluves : 0-81:10 % 9-251: 0 I, 25-551: 0 %
a. Amplitude: very low
b. Variability: Low
Flat, slope <2%, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
c. Variability:
b. Length:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width: narrow
b. Variability:
-1- Levees, tropaquepts, 55Ï
-2- Spillway & oxbow, fluvaquents, 35Z
-3- Old meanderbelts, dystropepts, 10Z
-4Valleys: Snail blocks
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
10.b : 2 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 1
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 1
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL BOTES:
1110 - 30
LAHD DUIT REPORT
LREP-SDRM, CSR-B060R
H&P MAGE:
CSDSS SECTIOB:
1.3.2
1.4.2
t.2.1
A.1.3
*
1 . IAHD U H I T :
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Au.1.3
OCCOKERCE by PROVIBCE:
STATOS IDENTIFIERS :
LAHD UNIT DESCKIFTIOH:
SATELLITE M-PJIKK
:
ABPTAI. fBOTOGSAfBS
:
RADAR
:
»
•
*
*
v - - jllmill SWUMUT.---,';.. ï' * *
*
a
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA.: 40 km2
Lampung: 99%
Updated by: DR
edit date: 29/05/89
Status: Final
Narrow valley bottoms,mixed sediments,slopes 0-3Z.
123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
62 /8282-75
Star-I/250/88/1110-2,6
10. PABEflT MUEBIAL
a. Weathering : Slight
b. Litbology : clay, sand,
c. Formation : Qal
12. HATES
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River
13. FISHERIES
: Rawa (swamp)
11. ROCK* OUTCROP:
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : High
b. Inondation: Seasonal
13. VEGETATIGH/LAHD OSE :: , swamp (rawa) including sedges, deepwater rice (lebak)
Area used
:: 30 Ï
16. ACCELERATED EBOSIGH
a. Occnrence : None
b. Evidence
17. SOIL GBEAT GSOOP
Peinant >SOX
Associated 1
Associated 2
•
:
Classification
tropaquepts
fluvaquents
eutropepts
32. yu|^ijjxwifT*-yiw|r P R O F I L E S :
iqt/
/341-18 /72/SK/1110/44/
ite/
/341-70 /72/IS/1110/23/
Z of area
65 X
30 X
5 X
/50 /
/15 /
1110 - 31
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
Z
IA
KfïTT. PfUPAfTT^PTRTTfTS
Properties
a. Texture:
Dominant > 501
moderately fine
moderately fine
-b. Depth:
•ringraisnil
deep
c. Drainage:
Poorly drained
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
—
-subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
very high
medium
subsoil
£. Avail. P:
method
Olsen
very high
topsoil
subsoil
very high
g. Total P:
topsoil
very high
very high
subsoil
-h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
-subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil slightly acid
subsoil slightly acid
-j. Al Sat.
topsoil
-subsoil
-k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
-n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstx. layer :
—
p. Organic Matter :
1.6
q. TEB :
0.0
0
r. Total observations:
topsoil
subsoil
peatsoil
Associated 1
fine
fine
Shallow
extremely deep
Poorly drained
low
low
-- .
--
Associated 2 .
moderately coarse
moderately fine
-extremely deep
Well drained
-- •
medium
low
—
-very low
very low
—
-slightly acid
very strong acid
---—
—
~
medium
medium
strong acid
strong acid
--—
—
—
low
low
-—
—
0.0
0.0
0
1.8
0.0
1
19. ALTITUDE:
40 m
Minimum:
10 m
Range:
30 m
Dominant: No pronounced highs/lows
20. FLAB/PROFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern:
b. density:
21. L.D. DBAJJUGE: c. Variability:
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Low
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability:
c. Length:
e. Curvature: concave
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Valleybottoms: 95 Z
Interfluves : 0-81:5 X, 9-251: 0 %, 25-551:0 %
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: very low
b. Variability: Low
23. TFHRATWFlat, slope <2Ï, 0-50 m
26. (XEST/R1DSES:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Flood plain, tropaquepts, 65Ï
-2- Flood plain, fluvaquents, 30Ï
-3- Transition, eutropepts, 5%
-42 9 . FRAGMEHTATIGH: Valleys: Small blocks
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 3
18.b: 2
18.c: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 3
31. ADDITIOBAL BOTES: Tropaquepts transpered from Af.1.2.1 and Fluvaquents extrapolation
based on RePPProT land System BLI
1110 - 32
LSEP-SDBM. CS&-BOGGR
LAHD U U T
MAP IMAGE:
<TH wat SECT1GH:
1 . LAHD DHIT: A u . 2 . 2 . 1
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
4 . n p r n B w : w b y PB0VIKE: Lampung: 99%
5 . STATUS IDEHTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
6. LAHD t n r t
3. AREA: 113 km2
edit date: 29/05/89
' Status: Final
Slightly dissected alluvial and colluvial fans,mixed sediments,
slopes 3-8Ï
7. SATELLITE » a m i e «
: 123/64/14/11/84
8 . AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
9 . RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-1,3
58 /8292-67 , 58 /8292-6S
10. PAREHT MATERIAL
11. BOCK OUTCROP:
X
a. Weathering : Slight
b. Lithology : clay, sand
c. Foiaaticn : Qal
a. Quality : Fresh
12. HATER
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
: Perennial River, Medium wells
: Sungai (river)
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : Low
b. Inundation: None
1 5 . VEGEIATIGH/LAHD DSE :
bush, alang-alang, shifting cultivation, upland crops, rainfed
wetland rice, irrigated wetland rice (irigasi), coconut (kelapa)
Area used
: 60 X
16. ACCELERATED EROSIOH
a. Occurence : Localised
b. Evidence : Various
1 7 . SQEL o » g * T GSOUP
Donnant >50Z
Classification
eutropepts
Associated 1
tropaquepts
X of area
70 X
30 X
X
Associated 2
3 2 . KKWKStigTAixvit FfiOFILES:
ite/
/
/87/ER/1010/33/
/17 /
1110 - 33
Lab. c
yes
yes
18.
Properties
a. Textare:
Dominant > 50Z
medium
medium
-b. Depth:
•rinorjti «uii 1
very deep
c. Drainage:
Well drained
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
medium
low
sabsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
medium
low
subsoil
£. Avail. P:
Method
Bray I
' very high
topsoil
low
sabsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
low
very low
sabsoil
h. CBC pH 7
topsoil
high
sabsoil
very high
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil very strong acid
sabsoil strong acid
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
very low
low
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
—
-1. Acid solph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
—
-n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
102 cm
p. Organic Matter :
3.8
q. TEB :
94.4
0
r. Total observations:
topsoil
sabsoil
peatsoil
19. ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAff/FfiOFILE:
2 1 . L.O. DBAUUGE:
2 2 . SIJQPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTfi.:
2 4 . RELIEF AMPLI.:
25. TERRA TW26.
C8EST/RIDGES:
2 7 . VALLET FLOOR:
2 8 . LAID FACETS:
29.
FBAGMEBTATIGH:
Associated 1
coarse
moderately coarse
—
very deep
Poorly drained
--low
very low
Associated 2
—
-low
very low
medium
medium
strong acid
moderately acid
--—
—
—
0.0
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
100 m
Minüun:
5m
Range: - 40 m
Dominant: linear and random > 602 of area flat-topped
Included:
a. Pattern: distributary
b. density: Low
c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b. Variability: Low
c. Length: moderate .
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: straight
ValleybottOBs: 20 I
Interfloves : 0-8Z-.80 I, 9-251: 0 X, 25-551: 0 Z
a. Aaplitode: very low
b. Variability: Low
Undulating 2- 8Ï, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
-1- Fan head & mid fans, eutropepts, 70Ï
- 2 - Toe & valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 30Ï
-3-A-.
Valleys: Small blocks
InterCLnves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3° tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDITIONAL ROTES: Tropaquepts extrapolation based on RePPProt Land System KNJ.Repres
entative profiles for Eutropepts is extrapolated from other LU.
1110 - 34
LAHD DHIT REPORT
LHEP-SDBH, CSR-BOGOR
MàP IMAGE:
CSOSS SECTIGH:
B.l.3.3
V.l.4.2
V.2.2.1
I
V.2.2.1
A.3.2
volcanic roda
alluvial
volcanic rods
1. LAHD OBIT: Au.3.2
4. GOCORENCE by PROVIHCE
5. STATES IDEHnFIEBS
6. LAND HUIT DESCRIPTICH
7. SATELLITE SCEHES
8. AFPTAI PHOTOGRAPHS
9. KADAK
10. FASEST MATERIAL
a. Heathering
b. Lithology
c - Formation
12. HATER
a. Quality
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
b. Inondation
15. VEGETATIOH/LAHD OSE
2. MAF SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 39 km2
Lampung: 99X
Updated by: DR
edit date: 29/05/89
Status: Final
Closed basin/depression^mixed sediments, slopes 0-3Î.
123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
61 /8344-195, 57 /8292-81 , 57 /8292-79
Star-I/250/88/1110-4
11. BOCK OÖTCHDP:
X
Slight
clay, sand
Qal
Fresh
Perennial River, Shallow wells
Rawa (swamp)
Low
Seasonal
, swamp (rawa) including sedges, rainfed wetland rice, irrigated
wetland rice (irigasi)
Area used
16. ACCELERATED EROSICH
a. Occurence
b. Evidence
90
%
•
•
None
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Dominant >30Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
tropaquepts
eutropepts
32. REFRESEHTATIVE PROFILES:
iqt/
/340-12 /71/SK/1110/41/
Z of area
80 X
20 X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
X
/35a/
ite/
1110 - 35
/340-22
/71/DN/1010/ /
/60 /
18. SOU. CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
Bineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total E2O: topsoil
subsoil
f. Avail. F:
method
topsoil
subsoil
B. Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
B. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Hatter :
q. TUB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > SOX
moderately fine
fine
Associated 1
moderately fine
fine
very deep
Irrigated
low
low
low
very low
moderately deep
Well drained
very high
high
very high
high
medium
medium
high
very high
slightly acid
moderately alkaline
high
medium
high
high
strong acid
slightly acid
105 cm
1.3
31.5
2
65 cm
1.4
26.6
1
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
Maxi nun : 150 m
Minimal: 100 m
Bange: 125 m
Dominant: No pronounced highs/lows
20. F1AH/P8QFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern:
b. density:
21. L.U. DBAXHAGE: c. Variability:
b. Variability: Low
a. Steepness:flat
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability:
c. Length:
e. Curvature: concave
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
ValleybottoBs: 100 X
Interfluves : 0-81:0 X 9-25Z: 0 %, 25-551: 0 %
2 4 . WBI-TKP AMFLI.
a. Amplitude: very low
b. Variability: Low
Flat, slope <2X, 0-50 m
2 5 . TEBRADI:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
c. Variability:
26. CREST/RIDGES:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
27. VALLEY FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28. LAHD FACETS:
-1- Depressions, tropaquepts, 80Z
-2- Transitions, eutropepts, 20Ï
-3-42 9 . FBAGMEHTATIGB: Valleys: Large blocks
Interxluves:
19. ALTITUDE:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
30. HELIABILITÎ:
14.a: 2
14.b: 2
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c:
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
29: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL BOTES:
1110 - 36
LAUD DHIT REFORT
LREP-SDEM, CSR-BOGOB
MAP IMAGE:
SECTICH:
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
1.
LAHD QBIT: A q . 5
4.
H3iaiUfM;fc b y PROTOCE: Lampung: 99Ï
5 . STATUS IDENTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
3. AREA:
. edit date: 29/05/89
6 km2
Status: Final
6 . U H D OBIT DESCHIPTICH: Floodplain of braided rivers,coarse sediment,slopes 0-3X.
7 . SATELLITE SCEBES
: 123/64/14/11/84
8 . AEPTAT. PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
9 . RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-3,4
57
/8292-73 , 58
10. PAREHT MATERIAL
a. Weathering
b. LAthology
c. Formation
12. HATER
a. Quality
b. Source
13. viKHiatTER
:
:
:
:
:
:
/8292-67
11. ROCK ODTCSOF:
%
Slight
sand
Fresh
Perennial River, Shallow wells
Sungai (river)
High
Seasonal
, bush, upland crops, tea (teh)
20 X
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk :
b . InnnmcLatï o u :
15. WEGETATiaS/LAHD OSE :
Area used
:
16. ACCELERATED EROSKH
a. Occurence : None
b. Evidence :
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
tropaquepts
tropofluvents
dystropepts
32. RIP'TOIKXMIIITAT i wy PROFILES:
iqt/
/
/87/SR/1010/44/
ity/
/
/87/HJ/1010/24/
Z of area
60 %
30 %
10 %
evt/
/44 /
/46 /
1110 - 37
Lab. checked
yes
no
yes
/
/87/SR/
/43
18. SOIL CHAI!
Risncs
Properties
topsoil
a. Textafe:
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
aineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Erch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. P: method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CBC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
a. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. IEB :
r. Total observations:
1 9 . ALTITUDE:
Dominant > SOX
fine
fine
Associated 1
very deep
Poorly drained
low
very low
low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
low
very low
very high
very high
moderately acid
moderately acid
very low
very low
120 cm
3.3
25.5
0
Associated 2
moderately fine
fine
very deep
Moderately well
high
low
high
medium
Bray I
high
very low
very high
medium
high
high
strong acid
moderately acid
very low
very low
120 cm
2.0
11.9
0
0.0
0.0
0
100 m
5 m
40 m
2 0 . FLAH/PBDFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: braided
b. density: Low
2 1 . L.U. DBAIHAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Medium
2 2 . SLOPE:
c. Length: short
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: straight
2 3 . SLOPE DISTB.:
Valleybottons: 100 Z
Interflows : O-8Z:0 Z, 9-25X: 0 Z, 25-551: 0 Z
2 4 . BELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: low
b. Variability: Medium
2 5 . TEKBAH:
Undulating 2- 8Z, 0-50 m
26.
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
c. Variability:
d. Hidth:
e. Variability:
2 7 . VALLET FLOCK:
a. Hidth:
b. Variability:
2 8 . LAB) FACETS:
-1-2-3-4Interduves:
29. FKACMESTATIGH: Valleys:
30. HELIABILITÏ:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4- plausible
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
14.a: 2
14.b: 2
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28:
29:
31. ADDITIQnL BUTES: Representative profiles are extrapolated from sheet Kotaagung
1110 - 38
LAHD HHIT
LHEP-SDBM, CSK-BOGOB
MAP IMAGE:
SECTIGM:
lyoung)
(old)
1. LAID HUIT: Bfq.1.1
A
IHIIIUKM-V hy
S. STATU»
panmrt
niUÊiJ-tuja>
6. IAHD m i T DESOUPIIGN
7.
5SATCT-Î-ITK *a*HMISC
8.
AEBIAL PHPIOGBAPBS
2 . MAP SHEET: 1110
Lampung: 99Ï
Updated by: DR
(young)
X'
3 . AREA: 9 km2
e d i t date: 29/05/89
Status: Final
Complex of beach ridges and swales,fine and coarse sediments
(unripe)
123/64/14/11/84
. 1:100.000
Star_I/250/88/1110-4
9 . BADAR
10
(old, flattened
eroded)
PAUOTT MATKRTAT.
1 1 . ROCK antBOP:
X
a. Heatbexing
b. Litholagy
c. Formation
12. HATER
a. Quality
b. Source
13. FISHSTJ2
1«. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
I»
Tnnnffat--^ fv^
13. VBGEIATICH/LAm USE
IK
Area used
ArraroATFP RRinRTfif
a. Occoxence
b. Evidence
sand, clay
Qal
Brackish
Rain
Laut (sea)
Low
None
coastal forest on beaches, bush, coconut (kelapa)
60 X
None
17. SQTX GSEAI GSOOF
Classification
Z of area
Destinant >SOZ
tropopsamments
85 X
yes
Associated 1
fluvaquents
15 X
yes
X
Associated 2
32. P
est/
Lab. checked
PROFILES:
/341-7
/72/SK/1110/24/
eqv/
/09 /
1110
- 39
/341-5
/72/SK/1110/24/
/07 /
m
anrr. ntAinurTVBT<rrrr<t
FraparU.es
a. Texture:
Destinant > SOI
coarse
coarse
b. Depth:
—
w i p*»***! iw?i1
moderately deep
c. Drainage:
Excessively drained
—
d. Each. K:
topsoil
—
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
low
subsoil
low
f. Avail. P:
aethod
Olsen
topsoil
low
subsoil
low
g. Total P:
topsoil
low
subsoil
low
—
b. CEE pH 7
topsoil
—
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil neutral
subsoil slightly alkaline
—
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
-subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
—
-1. Acid sulpb. pot.:
m. Salinity :
--n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
40 cm
p. Organic Matter :
0.2
q. TEB :
0.0
r. Total observations:
1
topsoil
subsoil
peatsoil
Associated 1
fine
fine
—
very deep
Moderately well
---very high
very high
Olsen
medium
very low
low
very low
—
-slightly acid
neutral
—
-—
--- .
-100 cm
2.6
0.0
1
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
5 m
Minimim
Bange:
2 m
Daninant: linear and parallel > 602 of area flat-topped
20. PLAR/PBOFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: parallel
b. density: Very low
21. L.D. DBAIHAGE: c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Low
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Low
c. Length: short
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
ValleybottoBs: 15 X
Interfluves : 0-81:85 %, 9-2SX: 0 X. 25-551: 0 X
24. BELIEF AMPLI.: a. ftMjiiilmln: low
b. Variability: Low
25. TFHPATBF l a t , slope <ZX, 0-50 m
26. CBEST/HIDGES:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28. LABD FACETS:
-1- Sandridges, txopopsanments , 85X
-2- Swales, fluvaquents, 15X
-3-4InterCLuves: Small blocks
29. FBAGMEBTATIOH: Valleys:
30. RELIABILITY:
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
= reliable, 2° probable, 3° tenable. 4° plausible
14.a: 2
14.b: 2
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c:
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL BOTES: Fluvaquents transfered from Bf.4.4
1110 r 40
LREP-SDHM, CSR-BOGCR
LAUD UHIT SEFCBX
MAP IMAGE:
(old)
CBOSS SECTIGH:
(old, flattened
eroded)
(young)
(young)
X'
1.
4.
5.
6.
LAHD DUIT: Bfq.1.2
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 149 km2
OOCQREMCE by PROVINCE Lampung: 99%
STATUS IDEHTIFIERS
Updated by: DR
edit date: 29/05/89
Status: Final
LATO UHIT DESCRIPTIOH Complex of eroded beach ridges and filled in swales,fine and
coarse sediments (partly ripened)
7. SATELLITE SCEHES
123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
8. AERIAL PflDTOGRAPHS
Star-I/250/88/1110-2,4
9. RADAR
11. ROCK OUTC3OP:
Z
10. PAREHT M»TBBTA1Slight
a. Weathering
clay, sand
b. Lithology
Qal
c. Formation
12. HATER
a. Quality
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
Brackish
Rain, Perennial River
Laut (sea)
Low
None
15. VBSEIATiaH/LAHD USE
coastal forest on beaches, bush, alang-alang, irrigated wetland
rice (irigasi), rainfed wetland rice, coconut (kelapa), towns,
villages
60 !
Area used
1 6 . ACCELERATED EROSICH
a. Occoxence
b. Evidence
None
17. SOIL GSEAT GBOOP
DaBinant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
tropopsamments
tropaquepts
tropohumods
X of area
70 Z
25 Z
5 Z
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes '
32. JtPA^ÊmsinnAt I iiif IBOFILES:
est/
sht/
/341-98
/341-4
/72/IS/1110/51/
/72/SK/1110/24/
/62 /
/06 /
iqt/
1110 - 41
/184-6
/68/IS/1110/24/
/63 /
is. son.
Properties
a. Texture:
b. Depth:
topsoil
subsoil
peatsoil
neralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
•.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
Donnant > 50Z
coarse
coarse
Associated 1
fine
moderately fine
Associated 2
coarse
coarse
deep
Somewhat excessively
moderately deep
Poorly drained
very
Somewhat excessively
high
medium
very high
medium
low
very low
Olsen
low
very low
low
very low
moderately acid
moderately acid
moderately acid
strong acid
80 cm
2.1
0.0
1
110 cm
1.5
0.0
1
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
very low
subsoil
low
Olsen
Avail. F:
method
very low
topsoil
very low
subsoil
low
Total P:
topsoil
very low
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction:topsoil strong acid
subsoil strong acid
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
À1 toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Root obstr. layer :
100 cm
Organic Matter :
1.8
TEB :
0.0
Total observations:
3
1 9 . ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAH/PB0FILE:
2 1 . L.O. DBAIHAGE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR. :
2 4 . Pgt-TCT AMPLI.
2 5 . TEBBAIH:
26.
2 7 . VALLEY FLOOR:
2 8 . IAHD FACETS:
29. FRAGHEHTATIGH:
25 m
Minimum:
5m
Range:
15 m
Dominant: linear and parallel > 60% of area flat-topped
Included:
a. Pattern: parallel
b. density: Very low
c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Low
d. Variability: Low
c. Length: short
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottons: 25 X
Interfluves : 0-81:75 X 9-25X: 0 X, 25-551: 0 X
a. Anplitude: very low
b. Variability: Low
Flat, slope <2%, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
c. Variability:
b. Length:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
-1- Ridges, tropopsamments, 70Ï
-%— Swales, tropaquepts, 25Z
-3- Ridges, tropohumods, 5Z
-4Valleys: Small blocks
Interfluves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1° reliable, 2- probable, 3° tenable, 4° plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2* 14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
3 1 . ADDITICHAL BOIES:
1110 - 42
LAHD DHIT REPORT
LREP~SDBM„ CSR—BOGÛR
MAP IMAGE:
CROSS SECTIOB:
B.5.1
X.3
B.4.4
B.4.2
B.4.3
B.4.1 Sea
4.5
LK
X'
1.
*.
5.
6.
7.
8.
LAHD UHIT: Bf. 4.3
OCCOREHCE by PROVIHCE:
STATUS IDENTIFIERS :
LAHD DHIT DESCRIPnOH:
SATELLITE SCEHES
:
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS :
2. M&F SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 43 kra2
Lampung: 99%
Updated by: DR
edit date: 29/05/89
Status: Final
Tidal flats with mangrove vegetation,fine sediments(unripe).
123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,4
9. RADAR
1 0 . PAREHT MATERIAL
a. Heatbexing :
11. BOCK ODTCSaP:
X
clay
Qal
Saline
Rain
Laut (sea)
None
Permanent
15. VEGETATICH/LAHD USE :mangrove forest (bakau), swamp (rawa) including sedges, fishponds
(tambak)
20 X
Area used
16. ACCELERATED EROSI08
a. Occurence : None
b. Evidence :
b. Litfaology :
c. Formation :
12. HATER
a. Quality :
b. Source :
13. FISHUKIBS
:
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk :
b. Inondation:
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
hydraquents
sulfaquents
Z of area
90 X
10 X
X
32. REPRESENTATIVE PROFILES:
eqw/
/184-8
/68/IS/1110/52/
/67 /
1110 - 43
Lab. checked
yes
yes
18. SOU. CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Textare:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
•ineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Ezch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
f. Avail. F: metbod
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
B . Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > SOX
moderately fine
fine
—
moderately deep
Very poorly drained
-—
low
low
—
-medium
very low
-—
strong acid
very strong acid
Associated 1
fine
fine
very shallow
moderately deep
Very poorly drained
very high
very high
very high
very high
Associated 2
medium
high
low
medium
low
medium
slightly acid
slightly acid
very shallow
saline
6.4
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITuDE:
Range:
2 m
1m
2 m
Dominant: No pronounced highs/lows
20. PLAH/PKOFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: reticular
b. density: Very low
21. L U . EKAI8AGE: c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Low
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Low
c. Length: short
e. Curvature: straight
Valleybottons: 100 %
23. SLOPE DISTft.:
Interfluves : 0-81:0 I. 9-25Z: 0 X, 25-55Z: 0 Ï
b. Variability: Low
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: very low
25. TEKBAHI:
Flat, slope <2X, 0-50 m
26. CHEST/RIDGES:
c. Variability:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28. LAUD FACETS:
-1- Tidal flats, hydraquents, 75Ï
-2- Tidal flats, sulfaquents, 25Z
-3-429. FRAGMEHTAÏIGH: Valleys: Medium blocks
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDITIONAL BUTES: Hydraquents transferee! from landunit Bf.5.1 and Sulfaquents from
RePPProt (KJ Land System).
1110 - 44
LAHD UHXT SEFOBT
LREP-SDBM, CSK-BOBCB
MAP IMAGE:
CSOSS SECTTGB:
B.4 .2
B.4.4
B.4.2
tldal qully
logg«" «aiwrove
•angron
UDÇT0Y6
nlpab
niuli
lc^jed uiqrove
X
1. LARD 0HIT: Bf.4.4
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. ABEA: 43 km2
4. OOCDBEHCE by PROVIKE: Lampung: 992
5. STATUS IDEBTTFTERS : Updated by: DR
edit data: 30/05/89
Status: Final
6 . LAUD OMIT DESCKIPTIOH: Estuarine flat along rivers with nipa vegetation,fine sediments
(unripe)
7- SATELLITE MMMIKK
; 123/64/14/11/84
8. ABMTAT- EBOTOGSAEBS
9. RADAR
10. BAREST MATERIAL
: 1:100.000
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,4
11. ROCK OUTC8OP:
X
a. Weathering :
b. Litbology : clay
c. Fonation : Qal
12. HATER
a. Quality : Brackish
b. Source : Rain
Laut (sea)
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : High
b. Inundation: Permanent
IS. VBGETATICH/LAHD OSE : nipah forest (nipah), heath forest (kerangas), bush, swamp (rawa)
including sedges
Area osed
: 0 Z
IK u i r n n u T m fomrrm
a. Occorence :
b. Evidence :
17.
SOIL G8EAT GBOOF
Doalnant >50I
- Associated 1
Associated 2
:
Classification
hydraquents
fluvaquents
sulfaquents
Z of area
80 X
15 X
5 X
/67 /
eqv/
1110 - 45
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/341-5
/72/SK/1110/24/
/07 /
18. SOIL CHAHACTHIISTICS
s. TutaiB :
b.
c.
d.
e.
t.
8h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
•.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoi.1
sobsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
•ineralsoil
Drainage:
Erch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
Total F:
topsoil
sobsoil
CSC pH 7 topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
sobsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid solph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
Donnant > SOZ
moderately fine
fine
Associated 1
fine
fine
Associated 2
fine
fine
moderately deep
Very poorly drained
-- .
-low
low
very deep
Moderately well
—
—
very high
very high
Olsen
medium
very low
low
very low
--slightly acid
neutral
very
Very
very
very
very
very
-—
medium
very low
-—
strong acid
very strong acid
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
medium
high
low
medium
low
medium
slightly acid
slightly acid
shallow depth
saline
SO cm
6.4
0.0
0
100 cm
2.6
0.0
3
19. ALTITUDE:
20. PLAH/XBOFILE:
21.
deep
poorly drained
high
high
high
high
5 m
MiniaoB:
1 m
Drainant: No pronounced highs/lows
Included:
b.
a. Pattern: none
L.D.
c. Variability: low
SLOPE:
a. Steepness:flat
b.
d.
c. Length: very short
e. Curvature: concave
SLOPE DISTR. : ValleybottOKS: 100 X
Interfloves : O-8Z:0 X. 9-251: 0 X, 25-551: 0
BELIEF A M P U .
a. Ât»1ilmUi: very low
b.
TPBHATWFlat, slope <2Z, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
LAB) FACETS:
-1- Flats with nipa, hydraquents, 80Ï
-2- Flats with nipa, sulfaquents, 5Ï
-3- Backswamps, fluvaquents, 152
-4FBAGMERTATICB: Valleys: Medium blocks
InterCLuves:
0.0
.0.0
0
3m
density: Very low
Variability: Low
Variability: Low
Variability: Low
c. Variability:
30. BELIABILITC:
1- reliable, 2» probable, 3» tenable. 4» plausible
U . b : 1 12.a: 2
18.b: 2 18.c:
14.a: 2 14.b: 2 17: 2 18.a: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2 24: 2
28:
29: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL BOTES: Hydraquents transfered from Bf.5.1 and Sulfaquents from RePPProT
(KJP Land System).
1110 - 46
LARD UHIT REPORT
IHEP-SDBM, CSR-BOGOR
MâP DMGE:
CSOSS SECTTGH:
1. LARD DHIT: Bf.5.1
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 92 km2
• . OCCnRETCE by PHOVIRCE: Lampung: 99%
5. STATUS IDEHTLFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit data: 30/05/89
Status: Final
6. LARD DHIT DESCRIPTION: Saline b ackswamps with grass vegetation ,fine sediments (unripe)
7. SATELLITE SCEBES
8. AERIAL PBDTOGBAPHS
9. SADAR
10. PARE8T MATERIAL
a. Weathering :
12.
13.
14.
15.
123/64/14/11/84
1:
.000
Star-I/250/88/1110-2,4
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
b. Lithology : clay
c. Formation : Qal
HATES
a. Quality : Saline
b. Source : Rain
FISHERIES
: Laut (sea)
RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inondation: Permanent
VEGETATIOH/LAHD USE :
Axea used
:0X
swamp (rawa) including sedges
16.
a. Occarence
b.
17. SOIL GSEAT G80DF
Dominant >50Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
hydraquents
sulfihemists
sulfaquents
32. RERESEnATIVE fflOFTLES:
eqw/
/184-8
/68/IS/1110/52/
eqi/
/84-1
/86/F /1110/53/
Z of area
60 X
30 X
10 X
hei/
/67 /
/15 /
1110 - 47
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/112-12
/79/P /1110/53/F18/12 /
Properties
a. Texture:
b. Depth:
topsoil
subsoil
peatsoil
n i T*0***!) «ni i
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. F:
method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEE pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Réaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot. :
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 50Z
moderately fine
fine
-moderately deep
Very poorly drained
~
-low
low
—
-medium
very low
—
—
strong acid
very strong acid
—
-—
-—
—
50 cm
6.4
0.0
2
Associated 1
organic
organic
extremely deep
Very poorly drained
high
high
—
—
—
-—
—
very high
very high
very strong acid
excessive acid
very low
low
—
shallow depth
salt free
—
—
47.5
40.6
0
Associated 2
moderately fine
fine
very deep
Very poorly drained
medium
medium
high
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
very high
very'low
very high
high
very strong acid
excessive acid
very low
very low
—
shallow depth
moderately
--15.3
9.4
0
19. ALTITODE:
5 m
1 m
2 m
Dominant: No pronounced highs/lows
20. PLAH/PROFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: none
b. density:
21. L.O. DBAHUGE: c. Variability:
b. Variability: Low
a. Steepness:flat
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Low
c. Length: long
e. Curvature: concave
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Valleybottoms: 100 X
Interfluves : O-8Z:0 t, 9-251: 0 X. 25-55Z: 0 X
24. BELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitode: very low
b. Variability: Low
25. TBHBATWFlat, slope <2Z, 0-50 m
26.
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
27. VALLEST FLOOR:
-1- Swamps, hydraquents, 60Ï
28. LAHD FACETS:
-2- Swamps, sulfihemists, 301
-3- Swamps, sulfaquents, 10X
-429. FSaCMEBTATIOH: Valleys: Medium blocks
Inter£Luves:'
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 2
14.b: 2
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDITIGHAL KITES: Representative profiles for Sulfihemist and Sulfaquents are extrap
olated from other LU.
1110 - 48
IBEP-aiBM, CSR-BOGGR
MAP DttGE:
1.2.1
B.5.2
B.1.2
B.S.1
••-_w." •
B.1.1
N
2. MAF SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 41 km2
1. LAKD DHII: Bf.5.2
;: 99Z
4. OCCORETCE by PBWIHUE
Updated by: DR
edit date: 30/05/89
Status: Final
5. SIAIDS IDEHTIFIERS
6. LAHD O m DESCRIPTIGH Saline backswamps with mixed forest,fine sediments (unripe)
123/64/14/11/84
7. SATELLITE
1:
.000
8. AERIAL PBDTOGBAPBS
Star-I/250/88/1110-2,4
9. RADAR
10. PAREHT MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
Z
a. Weathering
clay
b. Litbology
c. Foraatiom
Qal
12. HATER
a. Quality
Saline
b. Source
Rain
Laut (sea)
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
Permanent
15. VBGErATICB/LAHD OSE
peat swamp forest (gambut), swamp (rawa) including sedges
Area used
0 Z
16. ACCELERATED EROSIOH
a. Occurence
None
b. Evidence
1 7 . SOIL I5BBAT GSOUP
Doninanfc >50X
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
sulfihemists
hydraquents
X of area
65 Z
35 Z
eqw/
1110 - 49
Lab. checked
yes
yes
/112-11
/79/P /1111/53/F16/11 /
IB. SCHL CHàSâCTBBISTICS
P*i i ipw 11 i w H
Dominant > SOI
a. Textare:
topsoil
organic
subsoil
organic
b. Depth:
peatsoil
extremely deep
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
e.
C.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
I S . ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAR/PBOFILE:
2 1 . L.O.
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR.:
2 4 . BELIEF AMPLE.:
25.
TBPBATW-
2 6 . CKEST/HIDGES:
2 7 . VALLEI FLOOR:
2 8 . LAND FACETS:
2 9 . FRAOfERTAXIGH:
Associated 1
moderately fine
fine
—
very deep
Very poorly drained
very low
very low
-—
Very poorly drained
very high
high
-—
very high
-—
—
very high
very high
very strong acid
excessive acid
very low
medium
—
shallow depth
—
-120 cm
55.2
44.5
0
Associated 2
—
-—
—
high
very
very
very
very
very
high
strong acid
strong acid
low
high
•
very deep
moderately
—
120 cm
22.3
26.4
0
0.0
0.0
0
Bange:
5 m
Miniata:
1 m
2 m
Dominant: No pronounced highs/lows
Included:
b. density:
a. Pattern: none
c. Variability:
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Low
d. Variability: Low
c. Length:
e. Curvature: concave
ValleybottOBs: 100 I
InterOnves : O-8Z:0 Z, 9-251: 0 X. 25-551: 0 X
a. Avplitode: very low
b. Variability: Low
Flat, slope <2Z, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
-1- Swamps, sulfihemists, 65Ï
-2- Swamps, hydraquents, 35Ï
-3-4Valleys: Medium blocks
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1» reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 2
14.b: 2
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL HOTES: All representative profiles are extrapolated from other sheet
1110 - 50
LARD OHIT REPORT
LREP-SDBM, CSB-BOBGR
IMF IMAGE:
SECTIGH:
ï.1.4.2
Tïl
B.7
x* 1
sea
T» T i t
'^^iTlzJ. • -î *
/ A*"
" , • wlmiciidB
.-''ErTne sediiâits
1.
4.
5.
6.
USD OBIT: Bcq.7
2. MAF SHEET: 1110
3. ABEA: 75 km2
UXUKEBCE by FROVIBCE: Lampung: 99Î
edit date: 30/05/89
Status: Final
STATUS IDEHTIFIERS : Updated by: DR
UflD OBIT DESCHIFTICH: Undifferentiated marine deposits,calcareous and coarse sediments,
a
slopes 0-3X.
7. SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/64/14/11/84
59 /8292-19 , 60 /8295-05 , 61 /8344-207
8. «FUTAT. PHOTOGSAÏHS
: 1:100.000
9. BADAB
: Star-I/250/88/1110-1,3
11. BOCK OOTCSOF:
X
10. PAREHT HAIEKIAL
a. Weathering : Slight
gravel, sand
Qal
Brackish
Rain, Not known
Laut (sea)
None
b. Inondation: Seasonal
13. VBSEIATIGH/LABD OSE :mangrove forest (bakau), bush, alang-alang, coconut (kelapa),
towns, villages
90 X
Area u s e d
b. Litfaology :
c. Formation :
12. HATER
a. Quality :
b. Source :
13. FISHERIES
:
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk :
16.
17.
J9RAÏED ERGSIGH
a. Occurence
b. 'Evidence
None
SOIL GREAT GBODF
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
troporthents
tropopsamments
32. BEPfiESEHTATIVE PfiOFILES:
eot/
/
/88/SR/1010/44/
X of area
80 X
20 X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
X
est/
/48 /
1110 - 51
/184-15
/68/IS/1110/43/
/95 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
nineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Ezch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. F:
method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toiicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Soot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 501
coarse
coarse
Associated 1
fine
coarse
moderately deep
Somewhat excessively
very low
very low
low
low
Olsen
very low
very low
high
high
very low
very low
strongly alkaline
strongly alkaline
very low
very low
moderately deep
Somewhat excessively
—
—
medium
low
75 cm
3.4
22.5
0
70 cm
3.4
0.0
1
Associated 2
--high
high
--slightly alkaline
neutral
---
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
Range:
5 m
10 m
'Minium:
1
Dominant: No pronounced highs/lows
PLftH/PBOFILE:
Included:
b. density: Very low
a. Pattern: none
L.U. DRAIBAGE: c. Variability: low
b. Variability: Low
a. Steepness:flat
SLOPE:
d. Variability: Low
c. Length: moderate
e. Curvature: straight
SLOPE DISTK.:
Valleybottoms: 20 %
Interfluves : 0-81:80 X. 9-251: 0 %, 25-55X: 0 X
BELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: very low
b. Variability: Low
TEKRAM:
Flat, slope <2%, 0-50 m
CHEST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
VALIEZ FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Medium
LAUD FACETS:
-1- Elevated, troporthents, 80%
-2- Depression, tropopsamments, 20%
-3-4FRAGMEHTATIOB: Valleys:
Interfluves: Small blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable. 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
14.a: 2
14.b: 2
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
29: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
31. ADDITIONAL BOTES: Representative profile for Troporthents is extrapolated from other
sheet (KotaAgung, Bcq.7).
1110 - 52
LR£P~SDBM, CSR~BOSQR
LAHD DUIT REFGBI
CROSS SECTIGH:
MAP IMAGE:
Idq.l.l
»alley bottoi
J.1.3
1*1-1-1
valley bottoi
interfluve
interfile
, T:
dacite (igninbrite)
coarse felsic sedisentary rocks
1 . LAHD Ü H I T :
Idq.1.1
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 174 km2
4 . OOC^pPitiEiiit by Ht*.^ 1 HOK * Lampung: 99Z
5 . STATUS IDERIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 30/05/89
Status: Final
6. LAHD OBIT DESCRIPTIOH: Slightly dissected flat acid tuff plain,acid tuffs and felsic
coarse sedimentary rocks, slopes 0-3%. "
7. SATELLITE SCEHES
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
9. RADAR
10. BAREST MATERIAL
a. Weathering
b. Lithology
12.
13.
14.
15.
/8295-017, 59
/8292-029
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
%
: Partial
: liparite, dacite, sandstone
c. Formation : Qlv
HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River, Shallow wells
FISHERIES
: Sungai (river)
RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inondation: None
VEGETAÏIOH/LAHD USE : , bush, alang-alang, upland crops, rainfed wetland rice, towns,
Area used
1A
: 123/64/14/11/84
61 /8344-197, 60
: 1:100.000
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2.3
Mi t 'VI
ra^THt
villages
: 90 X
..
.
»
•
VBTIRffifi
a. Occurence : None
b. Evidence :
17. SOU. GREAI GROUP
:
Dominant >50Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
kanhapludults
tropaquepts
dystrópepts
Z of area
'
60 X
30 X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
10 X
yes
XJ BKMtHKHHTATTVF mfWTIl
udh/
ity/
/84-14
/184-1
/85/DN/1111/12/
/68/IS/1110/44/
/09 /
/52 /
iqt/
1110 - 53
/84-12
/86/DK/1110/53/
/22 /
18. SOIL CHNMCTHUiCiius
Dosdnant > SOX
moderately fine
fine
—
b. Depth:
^ i n a v a l fupf |
very deep
c. Drainage:
Well drained
d. Exch. K:
*"i~"i1
low
low
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
low
subsoil
very low
f. Avail. P: method
Bray I
topsoil
very low
subsoil
very low
g. Total P:
topsoil
very low
subsoil
very low
h. CSC pH 7 topsoil
low
low
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoll moderately acid
snbsoil very strong acid
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
very low
subsoil
medium
—
k. AI toxicity :
—
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
•. Salinity :
salt free
—
n. Other Toxicity:
—
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
1.8
q. TEB :
1.9
0
x. Total observations:
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
peatsoil
I S . ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLABVHKB7ILE:
21. L.D.
22. SUSS:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR. :
2 4 . BELEEF ÄMPLI.
2 5 . TPmtATM2 6 . CKESÏ/BIDGES:
2 7 . TAUET FUCK:
2 8 . IAHD FACETS:
29.
Ax«ne'at<aH
fine
fine
—
moderatelv deen
Poorly drained
low
low
very low
very low
Bray I
medium
low
very high
very high
high
high
moderately acid
neutral
very low
very low
—
-salt free
-60 cm
0.9
18.2
1
Associated 2
medium
moderately fine
very
Imperfectly drained
medium
very low
low
very low
moderately acid
very strong acid
salt free
120 cm
2.7
0.0
3
50 m
60 m
IfinfanB:
40 m
Donnant: non-linear and random > 60! of area flat-topped
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b . density: Low
c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:flat
b Variability: Low
c. Length: extremely
d Variability: Low
e. OoivaUve: straight
ValleybottoBs:
10!
Interflnves : 0-81: 85!, 9-251: 5 ! , 25-551: 0 X
a. fra.il IIrnli : low
b Variability: Low
Flat, slope <2Ï, 0-50 m
c. Variability:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
d. Hidth:
e. Variability:
a. Hidth: narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1- Interfluves, kanhapludults, 60!
-2- Deppressions on interf, tropaquepts, 20!
-3- Interfluves, dystropepts, 10!
-4- Valley bottoms, dystropepts, 10!
Valleys:
Interflaves: Large blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1— reliable, 2— fnrTJ**«M«. 3» tenable, 4- plausible
lO.b : 1 12.e: 1 14.a: 1 14.b: 1 17: 2
18.a: 1 18.b: 1 18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2 24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. AUUXUJRAL BOIES: Representative profile for Kanhapludults is extrapolated from other
sheet (Menggala, Idq.1.1).
1110 - 54
LBEP-SDBM,
LARD TJRII REPORT
MAP IMAGE:
CSR-BOGOR
C80SS SECTIGB:
Idq.2.1
valley bottoi
interfluve
!••*•!
I
dacite (lgni«brite)
coarse felsic sedirentary tods
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
1. LABD OBIT: Idq.2.1
interfluve
3. AREA: 792 km2
4 . OCCDREKX b y PROVUICE: Lampung: 99%
edit date: 30/05/89
Status: Final
5. STATUS wBmetEBs •. Updated by: DR
6. LAUD UHIT DESCRTPTIGH: Slightly dissected flat to undulating acid tuff plain,acid tuffs
and felsic coarse sedimentary rocks, slopes 0-8%
7. RATCT Jf.ITK
123/64/14/11/84
8. AFUTAÎ- FB0I0G8AFBS
9. BADAR
10. PABER MAIEBIAL
a. Weathering
b. Lithology
c. FoiBation
12. HAXER
a. Quality
b. Source
62 /8282-061, 60 /8295-013
: 1:100.000
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,4
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
: High
:
:
:
:
2
dacite, liparite, sandstone
Qlv
Fresh
Perennial River, Shallow wells
13. FISHSXES
: Sungai (river)
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisfc : None
b . Tiwif nijif-.i <m • None
1 5 . VB5SUXI0H/LA8D USE : , bush, alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees,
rainfed wetland rice, coconut (kelapa), towns, villages
Area used
: 90 Z
16. ACCELERATED EROSIGH
a. Occorence : Localised
b. Evidence : Various
17. SOIL G8EAI GSOUP
Dortnant >SOX
Associated 1
Associated 2
:
Classification
kanhapludults
tropaquepts
X of area
60 %
25 %
15 X
dystropepts
32. REPRESENTATIVE PROFILES:
udh/
/86-33
/81/SR/1110/43/
ity/
/340-6
/71/SK/1110/41/
/26 /
/19 /
1110 - 55
iqt/
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/86-36
/81/DK/1110/23/
/04 /
m
srm. rauuirnamtrTTCt
Doadnant > 501
Properties
a. Textura:
topsoil
medium
sobsoil
fine
b. Depth:
peatsoil
—
very deep
c. Drainage:
Well drained
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
low
sobsoil
low
e. Total K2O: topsoil
low
sobsoil
very low
f. Avail. P:
Method
—
topsoil
subsoil
-g. Total P:
topsoil
very low
subsoil
very low
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
medium
subsoil
low
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil strong acid
sobsoil strong acid
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
-subsoil
—
k. Al toxicity :
-1. Acid snlfh. pot.:
m. Salinity :
—
-n. Other Taxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
138 cm
1.4
p. Organic Matter :
q. TJEB :
2.8
r. Total observations:
1
2 1 . L.O. ra»»ir«*fBP- a.
c.
a.
2 2 . SLOPE:
c.
2 4 . RELIEF AMPLI.:
2 5 . TFHBATH2 6 . mfasi/R I iiwia:
2 7 . VAUET FLOOR:
2 8 . LAID FACETS:
2 9 . EBAGHORATIC«:
--very low
very low
very low
very low
very strong acid
very strong acid
--—
-—
-75 cm
0.8
1.4
4
Associated 2
moderately coarse
fine
-deep
Well drained
—
-—
—
--low
very low
—
-neutral
neutral
------90 cm
2.1
0.0
9
60 m
Minima:
10 m
Bange:
40 m
: non-linear and random > 60X of area flat-topped
19. ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLU/rBOFILE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR.:
Associated 1
medium
medium
—
moderately deep
Imperfectly drained
low
low
very low
very low
Pattern: dendritic
Variability: low
Steepness:gently sloping
Length: long
b. density: Low
b. Variability: Low
d. Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
ValleybottoBs: 10 X
InterQoves : 0-81:85 X, 9-251: 5 X, 25-55X: 0 X
b. Variability: Low
a. (ka.il i l mil low
Undulating 2- 8X, 0-50 m
c. Variability:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
d. Hidth:
e. Variability:
a. Hidth: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1- Interfluves, kanhapludults, 60X
- 2 - Depression on interflu, tropaquepts, 15X
-3- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 10X
-4— Interfluves, dystropepts, 15X
Valleys:
Intexdoves: Large blocks
30. BELXABHITÏ:
1« reliable, 2 - probable, 3= tenable, 4- plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1 18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-tj: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. AD9ITIOBAL BOIES:
1110 - 56
I.A1I
LREP~S0BM, CSR~BOBOR
REPORT
MAP IMAGE:
CSOSS SBCTIOH:
(iipiibrlte)
coarse felslc swUrentary rocks
1:(umüffltof
2: slope 3: talley bottoi
1.
4.
5.
6.
LARD U m . Idq.3.1
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 219 km2
OCCOREHCE by PROVHCE: Lampung: 99Z
STATUS IDENTIFIERS : Updated by: DR
edit date: 07/06/89
Status: Final
LARD OBIT DESCKTPIIOB: Slightly dissected undulating acid tuff plain,acid tuffs and
felsic coarse sedimentary rocks, slopes 3~8Z
7. SATELLITE
123/64/14/11/84
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS : 1:100.000
59 /8292-29 , 59 /8292-27 , 60 /8295-19
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-5
10. PAREHT MKTBBTÄI11. ROCK OUTCROP:
X
a. Heatherins : High
b. Litfaology : liparite, dacite, sandstone
c. Fomatian : Qlv
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River, Medium wells
13. FXSHSIES
: Not known
14. BIVERS a. Floodxisk : None
b. Innndaticm: None
15. VESETATIGH/LAHD OSE : , alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees, irrigated
wetland rice (irigasi), towns, villages
Area used
: 95 X
16. ACCELERATED ERGSICH
a. Occarence : Localised
b. Evidence : Various
17. SOIL GSEAI G800P
Donnant >50I
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
kanhapludults
dystropepts
Z of area
65 %
30 t
tropaquepts
32. REPRESEBTATIVE PROFILES:
udh/
/184-14 /68/IS/1110/43/
iqt/
/86-16
/81/NS/1110/42/
5t
/92 /
/25 /
ity/
1110 - 57
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/341-90
/72/IS/1110/44/
/52 /
18. SQtL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Textare:
topsail
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
•ineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
t. Avail. F:
Method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid solph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TUB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > SOX
fine
fine
Associated 1
moderately fine
fine
Associated 2
moderately coarse
moderately fine
deep
Moderately well
deep
Well drained
medium
very low
medium
very low
very
Well
low
low
very
very
low
very low
--strong acid
strong acid
medium
low
-—
neutral
strong acid
low
very low
low
low
very strong acid
moderately acid
85 cm
2.2
0.0
1
80 cm
1.7
0.0
2
120 cm
1.0
3.2
1
19. ALTITUDE:
deep
drained
low
low
70 m
Mrninw:
40 m
Range:
SO m
Doninant: non-linear and random > 60% of area flat-topped
20. PLftH/PHDFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Low
21. L.O. DRAHAGE: c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: long
d Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottons:
S%
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Interflaves : 0-8Z:80 X 9-25X: 15 %, 25-55X: 0 %
b. Variability: Medium
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: low
25. TERRAIH:
Undulating 2- 8%, 0-50 m
b. Length:Moderately long
c. Variability: Low
26. CREST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Level
e. Variability: Low
d. Width: moderate
b. Variability: Low
a. Width: very narrow
27. VALLEY FLOOR:
-1- Flat top/upper slopes, kanhapludults, 65%
28. LARD FACETS:
-2- Mid & lower slopes, dystropepts, 30%
-3- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 5%
-429. FRAGHEHTATICH: Valleys:
Interflnves: Large blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
I s reliable, 2= probable. 3= tenable, 4- plausible
18.b: 2
18.c:
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
29: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
31. ADDITIGBAL BOIES:
1110 - 58
UIUT REPORT
UEP~SOBM,
GffirBOGGR
MAF IMAGE:
dacite (Iqniibrite)
c o u » felsic sedinentiry t o d s
1: top
2: slope
3: valley bottoi
1 . LAHD DHII: I d q . 3 . 2
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3 . AREA: 505 km2
4 . OOCODBEKE by IBUVlMUlf: Lampung: 99X
5 . STATIIS
edit date: 30/05/89
Status: Final
HFIHËS
: Updated by: DR
6 . LAHD ÜSII DESCRIFTICH: Moderately dissected undulating acid tuffs plain,acid tuffs and
felsic coarse sedimentary rocks, slopes 3-8%
7 . RATFff_I_ITK MÜHHICK
; 123/64/14/11/84
8 . AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
9 . BADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-3,5
10. PARERT MtTFBTAT.
a. Weathering
b. Lithology
c. Formation
12. HftXER
a. Quality
:
:
:
:
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
b. Source :
13. FISHERIES
:
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk :
b . Inundation:
15. VEGETATIV/LAnD OSE :
Area used
58 /8292-53 , 60 /8295-19 , 62 /8282-61
X
Partial
dacite, liparite, sandstone
Qlv
Fresh
Perennial River, Medium wells
Sungai (river)
None
None
, bush, alang-alang, mixed gardens of fruit trees, upland crops,
irrigated wetland rice (irigasi), towns, villages
90 X
1 6 . Afy^FT TOATHI EROSIOH
a. Occorence : Common
b. Evidence
Gulleys
17. son.
G8O0P
Devinant >S0Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
32.
udh/
iqt/
/184-14
/341-58
Classification
kanhapludults
dystropepts
tropaquepts
60 X
30 X
10 X
/68/IS/1110/43/
/92
/
/72/DR/1110/53/
/63
/
ity/
1110 - 59
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/86-28
/81/SR/1110/51/
/16 /
18. SOIL CBARêCÏERISTICS
a. Texture:
b. Depth:
topsoil
sobsoil
peatsoil
arïneralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
Daainant > SOX
fine
fine
Associated 1
moderately coarse
moderately fine
Associated 2
medium
medium
deep
Well drained
-—
medium
very low
extremely deep
Moderately well
low
low
very low
very low
deep
Moderately well
-—
low
very low
very low
very low
very low
very low
moderately acid
very strong acid
medium
low
180 cm
1.0
2.1
4
100 cm
1.5
0.0
2
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
f. Avail. P: netbod
topsoil
sobsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
low
subsoil
very low
h. CBC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil strong acid
subsoil strong acid
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
•. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
85 cm
p. Organic Matter :
2.2
q. TEB :
0.0
r. Total observations:
1
very strong acid
strong acid
19. ALTITUDE:
20. PLAB/fBOFILE:
HwTimi:
60 m
Minimrm:
20 m
Range:
40 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 60% of area flat-topped
Included:
21. L.D. I»AT»«CEa. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Moderate
c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: long
d. Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE OISTR.:
Valleybottoms: 10 !
Interfluves : 0-81:75 X, 9-25Z: 15 X, 25-551: 0 X
24. RELIEF âMPLI.: a. Amplitude: low
b. Variability: Medium
25. TEKKAEH:
Undulating 2- 8X, 0-50 m
c. Variability: Low
26. CREST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Level
b. Length:Moderately long
d. Hidth: moderate
e. Variability: Low
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Hidth: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Flat top/upper slopes, kanhapludults, 60Ï
-2- Mid & lower slopes, dystropepts, 30Ï
-3- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 10%
29. FBaCMEaiATICB: Valleys:
Interfluves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABILITY:- 1= reliable, 2» probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2 18.c:
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIOSAL HOTES:
1110 - 60
LBEP-SDBM, CSK-BOGGB
CSOSS SBCTIQB:
Mq.«\2
«1.4.2
1.1.1
'.idq.4.2
1
1
2
2
1
12
2
-A.1.3
S*
/• •
2
A
*
Idq.4.2
\
» » | dicite (igni«brite)
couse [elsic sediaentory rocks
1: top
2: slope
3: valley bottoi
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 702 kmZ
1. LARD m t : Idq.4.2
4 . " " 1 I F T I by PfiOVIBCE: Lampung: 99Z
5 . SIAIO5 HMWTi art rjtü
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 30/05/89
Status: Final
6 . U B ) OHIT DESCRIPTIOH: Moderately dissected undulating to rolling acid tuff plain, acid
tuffs and felsic coarse sedimentary rocks slopes 3-15X
123/64/14/11/84
7. SAXEUITE
8 . ATHTAï CBDTOGSAPBS
: 1:100.000
60 /8295-011, 60 /8295-019, 58 /8292-057
9 . HADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,5
1 0 . KtREBT M«TlB»T>f-
11. BOCK OOÏCBOP:
X
a. Hsatherlng : High
b . Litfaolosy : dacite, liparite, sandstone
c. Fonatian : Qlv
12. H&XER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River, Medium wells
None
14. BIVEKS a. Floodriük : None
b. Timnrinticn: None
15. VBBEUTIOH/IABD OSE : , bush, alang-alang, shifting cultivation, upland crops, rainfed
wetland rice, rubber (karet), towns, villages
area used
90 Z
16.
•BBATHH
a. Occorence
b. Evidence
Common
Gulleys
17. SOU. G8EAT GROUP
n i m m t >5OZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
kanhapludults
dystropepts
tropaquepts
Z of area
55 X
35 X
10 X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
32. KEPBESEHTATIVE IBOFXLES:
ity/
iqt/
/86-25
/341-15
/81/SR/1110/51/
/72/SK/1110/43/
/13 /
/43 /
udh/
1110 - 61
/84-19
/85/US/1111/14/
/09 /
18. arm CHARACTERISTICS
P&UDKrtieS
a. Tartar«:
topsoil
sabsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
•dneralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K: topsoil
sabsoil
•. Total K2O: topsoil
sabsoil
t. avail. F: •atbod
topsoil
sabsoil
8- Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
b. CBC pH 7 topsoil
subsoil
i . Soil Ssactian:topsoil
s<d>soil
j . Al Sat.
topsoil
sobsoil
k. Al taxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Otbar Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TBB :
r. Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
> 50X
fine
fine
very deep
Well drained
low
low
very low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
very low •
very low
low
very low
strong acid
very strong acid
very high
very high
yes
not relevant
125 cm
1.0
0.4
1
100 m
Associated 1
moderately coarse
moderately coarse
Associated 2
medium
medium
very deep
Moderately well
high
low
medium
very low
low
very low
low
very low
moderately acid
very strong acid
deep
Well drained
—
-medium
very low
Olsen
low
very low
medium
low
—
-moderately acid
very strong acid
150 cm
1.0
1.7
3
100 cm
1.6
0.0
3
—
—
iw»«—
io m
Bange:
Donnant: non-linear and random 40-60X of area
20. PLAB/PBOFILB:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b.
21. L.U. DBAIBAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:sloping
b.
22. SLOPE:
d.
c. Length: moderate
e. Corvatare: convex
23. SLOPE PISTR.:
ValleybottoBs: 10 Z
Intexflnves : 0-81:55
9-25X: 35 I. 25-55X:
24. mn.m AMFLI.: a. Wfil 11 ml» medium
b.
25. TEPHATWRolling
9-15X, 0-50 m
26. CREST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Level
b. Length:Moderately
d. Hidth: moderate
e. Variability: Low
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAID FACETS:
-1- Crest/upper slopes, kanhapludults, 55Ï
-2- Mid & lower slopes, dystropepts, 35X
-3- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 10Z
-429. FBAGMERTATZC«: Valleys:
InterQnves: Large blocks
70 m
flat-topped
density: Moderate
Variability: Medium
Variability: Medium
0 %
Variability: Medium
long
c. Variability: Low
30. RELIABILITY:
1« reliable, 2- probable. 3- tenable, 4- plausible
10.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1 14.b: 1 17: 2 18.a: 1 18.b: 1 18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2 24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIONAL BUTES: Representative profile for Kanhapludults is extrapolated from sheet
Menggala (Idq.4.2).
1110 - 62
LAUD OHIT BEPORT
LKEP-SBBM, CSR-BOSGK
H A P IMAGE:
C8OSS SECTIGH:
1.8.3
1.5.2
coarse sediiientary rorR « « »' '* ' i
'r
1.
4.
5.
6.
LAID OBIT: Idq.5.2
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. ABE&: 395 km2
OCCOBEBCE by EB0VIBCE: Lampung: 99Z
STATUS IDEBTTFIERS : Updated by: DR
edit date: 30/05/89
Status: Final
LAB) OTIT DESCSIFnCH: Moderately dissected rolling acid tuff plain,acid tuffs and felsic
coarse sedimentary rocks, slopes 8-15Z.
123/64/14/11/84
7. SATELLITE
8. *w>TA
1:100.000
59 /8292-025, 60 /8295-015, 82 /8282-73
9. RADAR
10. BABBR M»TB»TAI.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Star-I/250/88/1110-2.4
11. BOCK OOICKOP:
Z
a. Weathering : Partial
b. Lithology : dacite, liparite,, sandstone
c. Foraatioa • :Qlv
HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River, Medium wells
EXSHERIES
: Sungai (river 1
RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Zmmdatian: None
VEGEIATKH/LAHD OSE : , bush, alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees,
towns, villages
Area used
: 90 Z
urnninn nnnna
a. Occnrence : Common
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOIL (SEAT GROUP
DoBtnant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
32.
udk/
Ite/
:
Classification
kandiudults
dystropepts
eutropepts
Z of area
60 Z
30 Z
10 Z
lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
ItPRiixniTtT • w K PffnTTlFft"
/86-26
/341-28
/81/SR/1110/42/
/72/DR/1110/23/
/14 /
/09 /
ity/
1110 - 63
/341-81
/72/IS/1110/42/
/35 /
18. SOIL CHABACTEBISTICS
Properties
topsoil
a. Textare:
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
eralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exen. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
method
f. Avail. P:
topsoil
subsoil
topsoil
g. Total F:
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
topsoil
j. Al Sat.
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph . pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr . layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 501
moderately coarse
moderately fine
-very deep
Well drained
low
low
very low
very low
—
-low
very low
low
very low
strong acid
very strong acid
--—
—
--125 cm
1.4
1.7
3
Associated 1
medium
medium
—
deep
Well drained
-very low
very low
Olsen
very low
very low
very low
very low
—
-strong acid
strong acid
--—
--' -100 cm
0.8
0.0
2
Associated
medium
medium
—
moderately
Moderately
—
—
high
very high
Olsen
medium
very low
low
very low
--neutral
moderately
--—
---55 cm
1.3
0.0
2
deep
well
acid
1
19. ALTITUDE:
70 m
Minimum:
40 m
Bange:
50 m
Dominant: non-linear and random 40-60X of area flat-topped
20. FLAH/PKOFILE:
Included:
b. density: Moderate
a. Pattern: dendritic
21. L.D. DHAHMGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:sloping
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: moderate
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottoms:
5 %
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Inter£luves : 0-81:30 X 9-25X: 65 X, 25-551: 0 %
2*. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: medium
b. Variability: Medium
Rolling
9-15%, 0-50 m
25. TERRAS:
26. CBEST/BIDGES:
a. Shape: Undulating
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLEY FLOCK:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Crest/upper slopes, kandiudults, 60Z
-2- Middle slopes, dystropepts, 30X
-3- Lower slopes, eutropepts, 10Î
-429. FRAGHEHTATICH: Valleys:
Interduves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2° probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITICHAL HOTES:
1110 - 64
LAHD m i T REHXT
LREP-SDHM, CSR-BOSGR
MAP IMAGE:
CSOSS SECTIOH:
1. LAHD CHIT: Idq.8.3
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
4. «^tiiUff— -ff by EBUViHCE:Lampung : 99%
3. AREA: 98 km2
5. STATUS IDEHTTFIEBS : Updated by: DR
edit date: 07/06/89
Status: Final
6. LAHD UBiT DESCBIFTIGH: Strongly dissected rolling acid tuff plain with hillocks,acid
tuffs and coarse felsic sedimentary rocks,slopes 8-25%.
123/64/14/11/84
7- SATELLITE
1:100.000
62 /8282-075
8. *W>TA
Star-I/250/88/1110-3
9. RADAR
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
%
10. HIRER MATERIAL
Partial
a. Weathering
b. Lithologjr
c. Formation
12. HAIER
a. Quality
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
15. VBGETATTCH/LAHD USE
Area used
16. ACCELEBAIED EROSIOH
a. Occurence
b. Evidence
dacite, liparite, sandstone
Qlv
Fresh
Perennial River
Sungai (river)
None
None
, bush, grazing land, upland crops
20 %
Extensive
Gulleys
17. SOIL GSEAI G8ODP
Doainant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
32.
eat/
Classification
troporthents
eutropepts
TATIVE PROFILES:
/86-3
/81/NS/1110/23/
Z of area
80 X
20 %
Lab. checked
yes
yes
X
ite/
/04 /
1110 - 65
/86-35
/81/DK/1110/23/
/03 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Textare:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
•ineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al tenacity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
a. Salinity :
n. Other Taxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 501
medium
moderately coarse
-mod. shallow
Well drained
high
high
high
high
—
-very low
very low
low
low
moderately acid
slightly acid
--—
—
—
-32 cm
1.5
6.5
1
Associated 1
medium
medium
—
moderately deep
Somewhat excessively
low
very low
low
low
Associated 2
—
—
low
very low
high
high
very strong acid
strong acid
---—
—
-50 cm
1.0
22.9
2
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
Range:
70 m
tfiniaan:
25 m
40 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 60! of area crested/peaked
20. FLAH/F8DFILE:
Tncindad: non-linear and random < 40% of area flat-topped
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Mod. high
21. L.D. DRAIHAGE: c. Variability: high
a. Steepness:sloping
b. Variability: High
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: short
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTH.:
ValleybottoBs:
5 *
Interflows : 0-81:10 X, 9-25X: 75 X, 25-551: 10 X
b. Variability: Medium
24.
a. Aoplitude: medium
25. TFgPATllhillocKy
>16%, 0-50 m
26. CHEST/RIDGES:
c. Variability: Medium
3: Irregular
b. Length:Short
d. Width: narrow
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Crests, up & mid slope, troporthents, 801
- 2 - Lower slopes, eutropepts, 20Ï
-3-429. FRACMOrnTIGH: Valleys:
InterCLnves: Small blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1° reliable, 2° probable, 3= tenable, 4» plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
lS.d-tj: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 3
31. AODITIGHAL BOIES:
1110 - 66
LAHD U U T
HAP IMAGE:
CBOSS SECTIOH:
1. LAUD WSIT: Ftn.3.2
JL
^ -
%Hn^n1m **¥*-ffh By
m"FB11
5. SUIQS IDEHTEPIERS
6. LAHD HUIT DESLRJiTKH
7. SATBffJ-TTg ^ - W K S
8. AERIAL EBOTOGSAFBS
9. RADAR
10. munarr M»TF»TAI
a. Weathering
b. Lithology
c. Foxaaticm
12. HAIER
a. Quality
b. Source
2. MftP SHEET: 1110-
3. AREA: 158 km2
L.ampung : 994
Updated by: DR
edit date: 30/05/89
Status: Final
Moderately dissected undulating plain,metamorphic rocks, slopes
3-8Z
123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
57 /8292"85 , 59
Star-I/250/88/1110-5
/8292-23 , 60
/8295-11
11. BOCK UUH3MJIP:
• Perennial River, Medium wells
13.
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
None
None
None
15. VEGEXATIOH/LAIID USE
Area used
16. »nrnTFOATFn t^i^mi
, bush, alang-alang, upland crops, rubber (karet)
60 X
a. Occnrence
b. Evidence
%
High
schists, gneiss
PTse
Fresh
Localised
Gulleys
17. SOD. G8EAT GSCOF
DoBinant >30Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
3 2 . BuHUKKin-A i • wf
udh/
iqt/
/340-52
/86-41
Classification
kanhapludults
dystropepts
tropaquepts
Z of area
60 X
30 X
10 X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
RQPTLES:
/71/SD/1010/62/
/81/DK/1110/42/
/14 /
/10 /
ity/
1110 - 67
/341-13
/72/SK/1110/42/
/36 /
1 8 . SQTL CHARACTERISTICS
P&Optil. Lj.es
a. Texture:
b.
c.
d.
e.
t.
g.
b.
i.
j.
k.
1.
•.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
sobsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
•ineralsoil
Drainas«:
Each. K: topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. P: Method
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
CBC pB 7 topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
Ai Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al taxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TE8 :
Total observations:
Dominant > SOX
moderately fine
moderately fine
Associated 1
medium
medium
Associated 2
moderately coarse
medium
very deep
Well drained
—
—
low
low
very deep
Imperfectly drained
low
low
very low
very low
low
very low
—
-slightly acid
moderately acid
mod. shallow
Well drained
—
—
high
low
Olsen
medium
very low
medium
low
—
-slightly acid
slightly acid
-—
very low
very low
very low
very low
very strong acid
strong acid
110 cm
2.1
0.0
0
40 cm
3.0
0.0
1
150 cm
1.0
3.3
'2
-—
19. ALTITUDE:
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
100 m
MiniaoB:
50 m
Range:
70 m
Dominant: non-linear and random A0-60X of area flat-topped
FLAH/PROFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b_ density: Moderate
L . 0 . DB&naCE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b. Variability: Low
SLOPE:
c. Length: moderate
d. Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
SLOPE DISTR.:
Valleybottoas: 10 %
Interfluves : O-8Z:90 X, 9-251: 0 X, 25-551: 0 X
PUT-TUT AMPLI. : a.fliili I min low
b. Variability: Medium
TPPPATWUndulating 2- 8Ï, 0-50 m
a. Shape: Level
b. Length:Moderately long
c. Variability: Low
CREST/RIDGES:
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Low
VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
LAUD FACETS:
-1- Interfluves,fcanhapludults,60Ï
- 2 - Interfluves, dystropepts, 30Ï
-3- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 10X
-4FRAGMEHTATIGH: Valleys: Small blocks
Interfluves: Medium blocks
« reliable, 2= probable, 3° tenable, 4» plausible
30. «g-TATm.TTV18.a: 1 18.b: 2 18.c: 1
10.b : 2 12.a: 1 14.a: 1 14.b: 1 17: 2
22: 2
23: 2 24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL BOIES: Representative profile for Kanhapludults is extrapolated from sheet
1010 (Ptn.4.2).
1110 - 68
LAU) IJBXX
SECTIO0:
MAF
••'»•• bMonic rocks ».V ' > S ~
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
1. LAID OMIT: Fg.4.2
3. AREA: 86 km2
4. " " " l y F by IBQWIBCE: Lampung: 99Ï
Updated by: DR
5. STAUB
edit data: 30/05/89
Status: Final
6. U S D OBIT DESCKHTIGB: Moderately dissected undulating to rolling plain,acid plutonic
rocks, slopes 3-15X
123/63/14/11/84
7.
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
1:100.000
9. RADAR
Star-I/250/88/1110-4,5
57
/8292-83 , 57
/8292-85
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
10. PARER MATERIAL
High
a. Weathering
b. Litbology
granite
c. Formation
Kgr
12. HATER
X
• .
Fresh
a. Quality
Perennial River, Medium wells
b. Source
Not known
13. FI
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
15. VEGETATIGH/LABD OSE : , bush, alang-alang, shifting cultivation, upland crops, towns,
villages
Area used
16.
: 90 X
»ma.vBArm ajujnf
a. Occnrence : Common
b . Evidence
17. SOXL <J*KAT GSÛ0P
: Gulleys
:
ClassiXi cation
X of area
Lab. checked
Devinant >SOZ
dystropepts
65 X
yes
Associated 1
hapludults
30 X
yes
Associated 2
tropaquepts
5 X
yes
32. RKHUSSURAIIVB PROFILES:
ity/
/
/88/ER/1010/
/
/42 /
iqt/
/341-11
/72/SK/1010/42/
/34 /
uda/
1110 - 69
/86/AH/1010/
/
/7a /
SQdX
Properties
a. Textare:
b. Depth:
topsoil
sabsoil
peatsoil
Dominant > SOZ
fine
fine
very deep
Well drained
topsoil
medium
sabsoil
medium
Total K2O: topsoil
medium
sabsoil
medium
Avail. P:
method
Bray I
topsoil
very low
sabsoil
very low
Total F:
topsoil
low
sabsoil
low
CEC pH 7
topsoil
medium
sabsoil
medium
Soil Reaction:topsoil very strong acid
sabsoil very strong acid
Al Sat.
topsoil
very low
sabsoil
very low
Al taxicity :
Acid salpb. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Taxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
120 cm
Organic Matter :
2.9
6.9
0
Total observations:
Drainage:
Excb. K:
t.
gh.
i.
ik.
1.
n.
o.
Pqr.
19. ALTITUDE:
20.
125 m
Associated 1
fine
fine
Associated 2
medium
medium
deep
Well drained
medium
medium
medium
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
very low
very low
low
medium
very strong acid
very strong acid
high
very high
no
very deep
Well drained
98 cm
1.6
3.3
0
m»<—
70 m
low
very low
Olsen
low
very low
low
very low
very high
moderately acid
very strong acid
80 cm
1.9
0.0
0
Range: 100 m
Dominant: non-linear and random 40-602 of area flat-topped
Included:
2 1 . L.U. DBAIMGE: a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Moderate
c. Variability: low
2 2 . SLOPE:
a. Steepness: sloping
b. Variability: Medium
d. Variability: Low
c. Length: moderate
e. Curvature: convex
2 3 . SLOPE DISTK.:
Valleybottoms:
5X
Interfloves : 0-8Z:60 X. 9-251: 35 X, 25-551: 0 X
2 4 . BELIEF AMFLI.: a. Aaq.il ilulu: medium
b. Variability: Low
25. TPBHATWRolling
9-15X, 0-50 m
2 6 . iJ*tg!iT/p I IM^HRc. Variability: Low
b. Length:Moderately long
a. Shape: Level
e. Variability: Low
d. Hidth: moderate
2 7 . VALLEY FLOCK:
b. Variability: Low
a. Hidth: very narrow
2 8 . LAUD FACETS:
-1- Slopes, dystropepts. 65«
-2- Convex top/crest, hapludults, 30X
-3- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 5X
-429. FBAGMEaTAIICH: Valleys:
Interfloves: Medium blocks
1» reliable, 2» probable, 3- tenable, 4- plausible
30. RELIABILITY:
U . b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c:
18.d-q: 3
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 3
31. ADDITIOHAL •OIES: All representative profiles are extrapolated from other Sheet/ LU.
1110 - 70
L A D OTT MUMMT
LREP-SDHM, CS8-]
MAP IMAGE:
SECTICH:
P.4.2
•
F.3.2
P.3.2
• letasorphicrocks"
1 . LAID OHIT:
Ftn.4.2
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 129 km2
* . U I J I H t W E b y PR0VHCE: Lampung: 99X
5 . SIATOS UimTJLtrxiiicS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 30/05/89
Statos: Final
6 . LAID OHIT HESaUPTKH: Moderately dissected undulating to rolling plain,metamorphic
rocks.slopes 3-15X.
7 . SATELLITE
123/64/14/11/84
8 . AERIAL PB0TOG8APHS
1:100.000
57 /8292-085, 57 /8292-083
9 . RADAR
Star-I/250/88/1110-5
10. PAREHT MàlERIAL
11. ROCK CBTC80P:
X
a. Weathering
High
b. Litbology
gneiss, schists
c. Formation
PTse
12. HATER
a. Quality
Fresh -
b. Souxco
14. RIVERS a . Floodrisk
^9
• ^Wff.^^^M^B^fc^fc^ ^Tff^
I S . VBSETAÏIGH/LARD USE
Perennial River, Medium wells
Sungai (river)
None
None
Area u s e d
, bush, alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees,
rubber (karet), coconut (kelapa)
60 X
a. Occoxence
b . Evidence
Localised
Gulleys
16.
17. son.
GSOOP
>5OZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
32.
Classification
kanhapludults
dystropepts
tropaquepts
Z of area
60 X
35 X
5X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
mmmrilTI " "If HMWIIJtg-
udh/
iqt/
/340-52
/340-07
/71/SD/1Ó10/62/
/ O/SK/1110/41/
ity/
/14 /
/20 /
1110 - 71
/184-12
/ O/IS/1110/43/
/86 /
Properties
a. Textare:
b.
c.
d.
e.
£.
g.
h.
i.
J.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
•ineralsnil
Drainage:
Ezch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. P:
•ethod
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Beaction:topsoil
subsoil
topsoil
Al Sat.
subsoil
Al tozicity :
Acid salph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Taxicity:
Soot abstr.. layer :
Organic Hatter :
TES :
Total observations:
1 9 . ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAH/rSOFTLE:
21. L.D
22. SLOPE:
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
24. BELIEF AMPLJ.
25.. TERRAIS:
2 6 . CHEST/RIDGES:
2 7 . VALLEY FLOGS:
2 8 . LAID FACETS:
2 9 . FBAOfEHTATIGH:
Donnant > 501
moderately fine
moderately fine
-very deep
Well drained
--low
low
Associated 1
medium
moderately fine
-mod. shallow
Well drained
--medium
low
Associated 2
medium
moderately fine
-mod. shallow
Poorly drained
very low
very low
very low
medium
---
—
--
—
-very low
medium
low
high
very strong acid
slightly acid
----—
—
30 cm
0.4
11.4
1
low
very low .
—
-slightly acid
moderately acid
--—
—
. -110 cm
2.1
0.0
0
125 m
low
very low
—
—
neutral
slightly acid
—
—
—
~
--40 cm
2.4
0.0
1
Mi H I M :
50 m
Bange:
80 m
Donnant: non-linear and random 40-60X of area flat-topped
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Moderate
c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b. Variability: Medium
c. Length: moderate
d. Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
ValleybottoBs:
5%
Interfluves : 0-8Z:70 X, 9-25Z: 25 X, 25-551: 0 X
a. Amplitude: low
b. Variability: Low
Undulating 2- 8%, 0-50 m
a. Shape: Undulating
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Low
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability:
-1- Interfluves, kanhapludults, 60X
-2- Interfluves, dystropepts, 35Ï
-3- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 5Ï
-*Valleys:
Interfluves: Medium blocks
3G. EE"-I ABILITY:
1= it! able, 2= probable, 3= tenable, «= plausible
10.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: !
l*.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
7?I: .'
23: 2
2*: 2
28: 3
29: 2
ADOrnCKAL HOTES.
n e proLile for Kanhapludults is extrapolated from Sheet
2 ).
1110 - 72
IBEP-SDM,
LAID OBIT REPORT
WF
HOGE:
1. LAHD HHIT: Pg.8.2
CSB-BOGGR
CBOSS SECTION:
2. MAP SHEET: 1110-
3. AREA: 119 km2
4 . OOCOREflCE b y PRUV1MUE: Lampung: 99!
5 . STATUS IDESrTIFŒRS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
6 . LAHD OBIT DESCKIFTICB: Moderately dissected rolling plain with hillocks,acid.plutonic
rocks, slopes 9-25!.
7. SATELLITE
123/64/14/11/84
8. AERIAL FBOTOGHAFHS : 1:100.000
60 /8295-009, 57
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-3
10. BASER MATERIAL
a. Weathering : High
b. Litfaology : granite
c. Formation : Kgr
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
/8292~87
11. BOOK OUTCSDP:
5 !
b. Source : Perennial River, Medium wells
13. FISHERIES
: Sungai (river)
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
15. V B S E T A H O H / L A H D USE : , alang-alang, shifting cultivation, upland crops, rubber (karet),
Area used
towns, villages
80 !
a. Occurence
b. Evidence
Common
Gulleys
16.
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classificatie
dystropepts
hapludults
tropaquepts
32. REPRESERATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
/86-43
/81/DK/1110/42/
iqt/
/341-11 /72/SK/1110742/
Z of area
65 X
30 X
5X
/12 /
uda/
1110 -• 73
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/86/AH/lOlO/
/
/7a /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
Donnant > SOX
a. Texture:
topsoil
moderately coarse
subsoil
medium
b. Depth:
peatsoil
very deep
c. Drainage:
Poorly drained
d. Ezcb. K:
topsoil
low
subsoil
low
e. Total K2O: topsoil
low
subsoil
low
f. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
—
—
. subsoil
8- Total P:
topsoil
very low
subsoil
very low
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
low
subsoil
very low
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil slightly acid
subsoil neutral
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
—
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
125 cm
p. Organic Matter :
0.6
q. TEB :
4.0
r. Total observations:
5
Associated 1
fine
fine
Associated 2
medium
medium
deep
very deep
Well drained
-—
low
very low •
Olsen
low
very low
low
very low
-—
moderately acid
very strong acid
—
-medium
medium
medium
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
very low
very low
low
medium
very strong acid
very strong acid
high
very high
no
98 cm
1.6
3.3
0
80 cm
1.9
0.0
2
19. ALTITUDE:
100 m
Minimmn:
50 m
Range:
75 m
Donnant: non-linear and random 40-60Ï of area flat-topped
20. PLAH/FBOFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Moderate
21. L.D. DBAIBAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:sloping
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: moderate
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTB.:
Valleybottons: 10 %
Interfluves : O-8Z:20 %, 9-251: 50 %, 25-551: 10 %, >55X: 10 X
2*. RELIEF AMPLI-: a. Amplitude: medium
b. Variability: Medium
25. TFHBATHRolling
9-15X, 0-50 m
26. CREST/RIDSES:
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLEY FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Upper V- lower slopes, dystropepts, 65Ï
- 2 - Middle slopes, hapludults, 30Ï
-3- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 5X
-42 9 . FRAGMEBTATIGH: Valleys:
Interfloves: Small blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1» reliable, 2= probable, 3- tenable, 4= plausible
i.' b . '. 12.a: .
14.a: 1
l*.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
l8.b: 2
18.c: 2
18.u :: 7. ID: !
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. A D D I Y I Ü B V A : ».rrns
Representative profile for Hapludults is extrapolated from Sheet
1010 (lie.. 1 2 . 2 ) .
1110 - 74
LREP-SDBM, CSR-BOGCK
LAHD UNIT REPQBT
CSOSS SBCTIOH:
BLOCK DIAGRAM:
V.l.3.3
V.l.4.2
1. LAHD BHIT: Vab.1.2.3
*. OCCORENCE by
2. MSP SHEET: 1110-
3. AREA: 74 km2
PRUVAHCE: Lampung: 99%
5. STATUS IDESTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
6. LAHD DHIT DESCRIPT1OH: Strongly dissected upper slopes of volcanoes,intermediate and
mafic tuffs and lavas, slopes >30Z.
123/64/14/11/84
7. SATEIXITE
8. AFPTAI FB0IDG8AFSS
: 1:100.000
61 /8344-20 , 58 /8292-061
9. BADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-1,3
10. PASEKT MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCS0P: 10 X
a. Weathering : Partial
12.
13.
14.
15.
b. Litbology :
c. Formation :
HATES
a. Quality :
b. Source :
FISHERIES
:
BIVERS a. Floodrisk :
b. Inundation:
VEGETATXCH/LAHD USE :
andesitic tuffs, andesitic lavas,
Qhv
Fresh
Rain
None
moist primary submontane forest, bush
: 0 %
Area used
16. ACCELERATED EROSIGB
a. Occorence : Extensive
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Donnant >50I
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystrandepts
troporthents
humitropepts
32. REERESEHTATTVE PROFILES:
iny/
/
/88/HJ/1010/ /
ith/
/340-26 /71/H /1110/43/
Z of area
50 X
30 X
10 %
/30 /
/60 /
1110 - 75
Lab. checked
yes
no
yes
18. SOU. CBABACTEBISTICS
Pxopertxes
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
nouerai soil
c. Drainage:
d. Erch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEE pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al taxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot. :
m. Salinity :
n. Other Taxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Hatter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAR/EBQFILE:
2 1 . L.U. CBAIHAGE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTB. :
2 4 . BELIEF AMPLI.:
2 5 . TBPBATW26.
CHEST/HHJGES:
2 7 . VALLET FLOCK:
2 8 . LAHD FACETS:
29.
FBAGMEBTATIOB:
Dominant > 501
medium
medium
Associated 1
very deep
Well drained
medium
very low
medium
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
high
medium
high
low
excessive acid
strong acid
very low
very low
Associated 2
moderately fine
fine
. moderately deep
Well drained
high
very low
medium
very low
high
high
high
medium
excessive acid
excessive acid
150 cm
11.3
3.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
70 cm
5.9
1.8
1
•: 1800 m
Minions: 750 m
Bange: 1150 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 60% of area crested/peaked
Included:
a. Pattern: radial
b. density: Mod. high
c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:Steep
b. Variability: Medium
c. Length: long
d. Variability: High
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottaas:
%
Interflows : 0-8Z:0 %, 9-25X: 5 %, 25-55X: 40 %, >55X: 55 X
a. Amplitude: very high
b. Variability: Medium
Mountainous >16%, >300m
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
a. Width:
b. Variability:
-1- Middle parts, dystrandepts, 50%
-2- Crest/upper parts, troporthents, 30%
-3- Lower parts, humitropepts, 10%
-4Valleys:
Interflmves: Small blocks
30. Rm.TABn.TTY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c:
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDXTÏGHAL BOTES: Representative profile
1010 (Vab.1.2.3).
for Dystrandepts is extrapolated from Sheet
1110 - 76
mir
LREP-SDBi, CSR-BOGOB
BLOCK DIAGRAM:
C8OSS SECnOH:
V.l .3.3
0301
\[
V.l.4 .2
coconut
•*- 16-301
savah
»olcanic reeks
-
i. u m xmrr. vab.1.3.3
2. MAP SHEET: 1110-
<161
3.. AREA.: 139 km2
4 . OOCQBQCE b y PROVIKE: Lampung: 99%
5 . STATUS TDaflxemsS
6 . LAND m n
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
DESCRIPTIOH: Strongly dissected middle slopes of volcanoes,intermediate and
mafic tuffs and lavas, slopes 16-50Ï.
7 . SATELLITE Hi'MM BK
: 123/64/14/11/88
8.
;
AffHTAT. UBlïïlBJPAWgg
1:100.000
57 /8292-077, 58
/8292-063
: Star-I/250/88/1110-3
9 . BADAR
10. FttRERT MATBBTAt.
12.
13.
14.
IS.
16.
11. ROCK 0DTC8CP: 15 %
a. Heathering : Partial
b. Litbology : andesitic tuffs, andesitic lavas,
c. Fozaatd-on : Qhv
HATER
a. QaaL ty : Fresh
b. Source : Rain
FISHERIES
:
RIVERS a. Floodcïsk : None
None
VBGETATIOH/LAHD OSE moist primary lowland forest, bush, shifting cultivation, upland
crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees, coffee (kopi)
Area used
30 Z
a. Occarence
b. Evidence
Extensive
Gulleys
"T""
17. SOIL GREAT G8G0P
Donnant >50I
associated 1
Associated 2
32.
ity/
ith/
Classification
dystropepts
dystrandepts
humitropepts
TAHVE EBÛFU-ES:
/86-17
/81/SR/1110/21/
/341-64 /72/IS/1110/21/
Z of axea
50 Z
25 Z
10 I
/01 /
/06 /
1110 - 77
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
18. SOIL CBABACTEBISTICS
Pxonortios
a. Texture:
topsoil
sobsoil
b. Depth:
poatsoil
•ineralsoxl
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
f. Avail. F:
gh.
i.
j.
k.
1.
o.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
Donnant > 501
fine
fine
Associated 1
medium
moderately fine
Associated 2
fine
fine
very
Well
high
very
low
very
very deep
Well drained
medium
low
high
low
very low
very low
medium
low
medium
low
slightly acid
slightly acid
very low
low
deep
Well drained
—
-low
low
Olsen
very high
very high
very high
very high
--excessive acid
excessive acid
—
--
0.0
0.0
0
90 cm
5.8
0.0
2
deep
drained
low
low
Betted
very high
topsoil
very high
subsoil
high
Total F:
topsoil
low
subsoil
CGC pB 7
topsoil
medium
low
subsoil
Soil Reaction:topsoil slightly acid
subsoil strong acid
Al Sat.
topsoil
-__
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
130 cm
Organic Matter :
TE8 :
11.9
Total observations:
2
19. ALTITUDE:
750 m
Minim»: 250 m
Range: 500 m
Donnant: linear and random 40-60% of area crested/peaked
20. FLAH/FROFILE:
Included: linear and random < 40% of area flat-topped
a. Pattern: radial
b density: Mod. high
21. 1.0. DBAIHAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:Steep
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: moderate
e. Curvatore: convex
23. SLOPE DISTH.:
Valleybottoas:
%
Interfluves : 0-81:5 %, 9-25X: 35 %, 25-551: 60 %
b Variability: Medium
24. BELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: high
Mountainous >16%, >300m
25. TE8BADI:
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
26.
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1- Upper part, dystropepts, 50%
28. LAUD FACETS:
-2- Middle part, dystrandepts, 25%
-3- Lower part, humitropepts, 10%
-4Interfluves: Small blocks
29. FBACMEHTATHH: Valleys:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
l*.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDITIONAL BOTES:
1110
78
LREP-SDBM, CSB-BOBOR
IAKD o u r REPORT
BLOCK DIAGBAM:
CSDBS SBCTIOB:
A/A V1 " 2.3V.1.3.3
j
1
V.l.4.2
•* 16-301
/ 1 i \ ^ \
coconut
volcanic rocks
m& saȟh
B.7 ]
sea :
J. (Ut
1. LAHD QHIT: Vab.1.4.2
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 347 km2
4 . m n i u w i ' b y PROTIBCE: Lampung: 99Ï
5 . SIAIOS IDEHTXFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
6.
LARD OTIT DESCKIPTICH: Moderately dissected lower slopes of volcanoes,intermediate and
7.
SATELLITE SCEHES
mafic tuffs and lavas, slopes 8-15X.
: 123/64/14/11/84
8 . AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
9 . RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
57
/8292-077, 58
/8292-063, 61
11. ROCK COTCROP: 20 i
10. PAREST MATBBTAT.
12.
13.
14.
IS.
/8295-207
a. Weathering :
b. Lithology : andesitic tuffs, andesitic lavas,
c. Formation : Qhv
WIER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain
FISHERIES
:
RIVERS a. Floodrisk :
fa.
None
VEGETATICB/LAB1D OSE moist primary lowland forest, bush, alang-alang, shifting cu
ltivation, upland crops, irrigated wetland rice (irigasi), coffee
(kopi), clove (cengkeh), rubber (karet), towns, villages
80 X
Axea used
16. ACCELERATED EKOSIGB
a. Occnrence
b. Evidence
Localised
Gulleys
17. SOD. GREAT GBOOP
Donnant >SOX
Associated 1
Associated 2
32.
ity/
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
humitropepts
Z of area
40 Z
30 X
10 i
Lab. checked
yes
yes
no
ppfWI I.FR-
/86-4
/81/NS/1110/21/
uda/
/05 /
1110 - 79
/341-59
/72/IS/1110/21/
/01 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Proporties
a. Tartars:
topsail
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total D O : topsoil
subsoil
t. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
8. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7 topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid solpfa. pot.:
•. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 50Z
moderately fine
fine
Associated 1
moderately fine
fine
very deep
Well drained
high
low
very high
medium
high
low
medium
medium
strong acid
strong acid
deep
Well drained
—
—
very high
high
Olsen
medium
low
medium
medium
-—
neutral
slightly acid
120 cm
1.8
6.9
4
100 cm
1.7
0.0
1
---
Associated 2
0-.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
500 m
Minimum:
20 ra Bange: 200 m
Dominant: linear and parallel 40-60Z of area flat-topped
20. PLAB/ÏKŒTXE:
Included:
-*i. Pattern: parallel
b. density: Moderate
21. L.D. DBAIBAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: long
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTB-: Valleybottoms: 10 7.
Interflnves : 0-82:80 X, 9-2SZ: 10 X. 25-552: 0 %
b. Variability: Medium
24. BELIEF AtfPLI.: a. amplitude: medium
25. TFBEATWRolling
9-15*, 0-50 m
26. CXEST/KIDGES:
c. Variability: Low
a. Shape: Level
.
b. Length:Moderately long
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Low
27. VALLET FLOCK:
a. Width: narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1- Upper & lower part, dystropepts, 40Ï
28. LAID FACETS:
-2- Middle part, hapludults, 30*
-3- Valleys, humitropepts, 10%
-4Interflovos: Medium blocks
2 9 . FfiaGMORATiaR: Valleys: Small blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable. 2= probable, 3» tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1 14.b: 1 17: 1 18.a: 1 18.b: 2 18.c:
18.d-tj: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2 24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADOITIOKAL HOTES:
1110 - 80
LREP-SDM, GSB-BOGGR
OMIT
CSCSS SECTICH:
BLOCK DIAGRAM:
1 . LftSTO 1 B I T : V a b . 2 . 1 . 1
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 19 km2
4 . OOCŒE8CE b y IBUVUH&: Lampung: 99%
5 . S U T O S IDENTIFIERS
: updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
6 . LAHD OHIT DESCKIPTICH: Slightly dissected flat volcanic plain,intermediate and mafic
tuffs and lavas, slopes 0-3%.
7. SATELLITE
123/64/14/11/84
8. AEHTÂI-
1:100.000
9. RADAR
Star-I/250/88/1110-2
62
/8282-075
11. ROCK GOTCROP:
10. PAKEBTT MATERIAL
%
a. Weathering : High
b. Litbology : andesitic tuffs, basalt,
c. Formation : Qhv
12. WATER
a. Quality : Fresh
: Perennial River, Shallow wells
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
:
14. KIWEBS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation : None
15. VEGETATICB/LAHD USE : , upland crops, rainfed wetland rice, irrigated wetland rice
Area used
(irigasi), coconut (kelapa), towns, villages
: 90 %
16. ACCELERATED EKOSIGH
a. Occtarence : Localised
b . Evidence
: Landslips
17. SOIL G8EAI GROUP
Classification
X of area
Lab. checked
Dominant >30X
hapludalfs
SO %
yes
Associated 1
tropaquepts
20 %
yes
Associated 2
%
32. REPRESESIATIVE PROFILES:
ada/
/341-61
/72/IS/1110/21/
/03 /
ity/
1110 - 81
/341-66
/72/IS/1110/23/
/08 /
18. SOU. CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Textare:
Donnant > SOX
medium
moderately fine
-b. Depth:
deep
c. Drainage:
Well drained
—
d. Exch. K: topsoil
-subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
low
low
subsoil
f. Avail. P:
method
Olsen
topsoil
very low
subsoil
very low
low
g. Total P:
topsoil
low
subsoil
to. CEC pH 7
topsoil
—
—
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil moderately acid
subsoil slightly acid
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
-subsoil
—
k. Al toxicity :
-1. Acid sulph. pot.:
—
m. Salinity :
-n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
100 cm
p. Organic Matter :
1.4
q. TEB :
0.0
r. Total observations:
1
topsoil
subsoil
peatsoil
Associated 1
moderately fine
fine
—
moderately deep
Poorly drained
-—
low
very low
Olsen
. low
very low
low
very low
Associated 2
•
-
-
moderately acid
slightly acid
---—
-80 cm
2.1
0.0
4
0.0
0.0
0
Marimnm: 125 m
50 m
Range:
75 m
60% of area f l a t - t o p p e d
Doainant: linear and random
20. FLAH/PKOFILE:
Included:
b . d e n s i t y : Low
a. Pattern: dendritic
21. L.D. E8AIKAGE: c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:flat
b . Variability: Low
22. SLOPE:
d . Variability: Low
c. Length: extremely
e. Curvature: straight
23. SLOPE OISTB. : Valleybottoms: 20 %
Interfloves : 0-81:80 % 9-25X: 0 X, 25-55X: 0 %
b . Variability: Low
24. RELIEF AMPLI-: a. Amplitude: low
25. TEHRAIK:
Flat, slope <2%, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
c. Variability:
26. CHEST/HIDGES:
b. Length:
e. Variability:
d. Width:
27. VALLEY FLOOR:
b. Variability: Low
a. Width: narrow
28. LAED FACETS:
-1- Interfluves, hapludalfs, 80%
-2- Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 20%
-3-4Interfluves: Large blocks
2 9 . FBAGME8TATXOX: Valleys: Small blocks
19. ALTITUDE:
30. RELIABILITY:
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
18d-q: 2
19: 2
= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITZGBAL BOTES:
1110 - 82
LREP-SDBf, CSR-BOQGB
LAHD UNIT REPORT
HLOΠDIAGHAM:
CROSS SECTICS:
UNIT: Vb. 2.1.1
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 52 km2
Lampung:
99%
MIKE
by
EROVXSCE:
4.
5. STATUS nJEJJTIÏTERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Statos: Final.
6. LAHD m i l BESCRIPTIOH: Slightly dissected flat volcanic plain,intermediate and mafic
lavas, slopes 0-3X
1.
7. gATBT.]r.|Ty HryMiCK
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
9. RADAR
10. PARES! MATERIAL
a. Weathering
b. Lithology
: 123/64/14/11/84
: 1:100.000
62 /8282-65 , 62
: Star-I/250/88/1110-4,5
/8282-63
11 . ROCK OUTCROP:
0 Z
: High
: basalt
: Tov
c. Pomatian
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River., Shallow wells
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inssndatiozi: None
15. VBGETATI0H/1AHD USE : , upland crops, irrigated wetland rice (irigasi), clove (cengkeh),
towns, villages
Area osed
: 100 Z
16. AO-FÎ FDATFn IPDfiKTrW
12. HATER
a. Occnrence : Localised
b. Evidence : Landslips
17. SOIL GREAT G8G0P
Doainant >50Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
ada/
iqt/
/341-56
/341-91
Classification
hapludalfs
dystropepts
tropaquepts
/72/DR/1110/51/
/72/IS/1110/51/
Z of area
60 Z
20 Z
20 Z
/56 /
/53 /
ity/
1110 - 83
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/341-21
/72/SK/1110/51/
/62 /
18. SOU. CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
Dominant > 501
a. Textsire:
topsoil
medium
fine
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
mod. shallow
ninexalsoil
c. Drainage:
Well drained
d. Bxch. K:
Associated 1
fine
fine
Associated 2
medium
medium
deep
Moderately well
very deep
Poorly drained
medium
very low
Olsen
very low
medium
medium
Olsen
medium
low
very high
very high
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
t. Avail. P: aethod
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CBC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al tcaicity :
1. Acid solpb. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Tozicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
very high
very high
Olsen
high
medium
high
high
•
very low
high
high
neutral
neutral
moderately acid
strong acid
moderately acid
50 cm
4.7
0.0
0
100 cm
1.9
0.0
0
125 cm
18.7
0.0
0
60 m
strong acid
Mi ni iimn-
25 m
Range:
40 m
Drainant: linear and random > 60Z of area flat-topped
20. PLAH/rBOPILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Low
21. L.O. DRAIBAGE: c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:flat
b. Variability: Low
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: extremely
d. Variability: Low
e. Curvature: straight
Valleybottens: 20 %
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Interfiles : 0-8Z:80 X 9-251: 0 X. 25-551: 0 %
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Axplibnde: low
b. Variability: Low
25. TBHBATHFlat, slope <2%, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
26. CREST/RIDGES:
c. Variability:
b. Length:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
27. VALLET FU00B:
a. Width: narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAID FACETS:
-1- Interfluves, hapludalfs, 60Ï
-2- Interfluves, dystropepts, 20Ï
—3~ Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 20Ï
-*Interflnves: Large blocks
29. F8ACMEBTATIG8: Valleys: Small blocks
30. RELIABILin:
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
» reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDIIIGHAL BOTES: All representative profiles are extrapolated from Vb.2.2.1.
1110 - 84
LBEF-SDBM, CSR-BGGOR
LAUB noir REPORT
BLOCK DIAGRAM:
CSOSS SECTIOH:
V.1.4.2
V.2.2.1
V.2.3.1
savah -^
<16»
»-15»
1 . LARD EMIT: Vab.2.2.1
2. MAP SHEET: 1110'
3. AREA: 140 km2
Lampung: 99%
Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
5. S T A T O S JLlPEBJLXifJ-tilfA
6. LAHD OBIT OESCRXPTICS Slightly dissected undulating volcanic plain intermediate and
mafic tuffs and lavas, slopes 3-8%.
7. SATELLITE SCZHES
123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
58 /8292J57 , 57 /8292-81
8. ABPTAf- PHOTOGRAPHS
9. RADAR
Star-I/250/88/1110-1,3
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
Z
10. PAREST MATFBTAT.
a. Weathering
High
b. Litbology
andesitic tuffs, basalt,
c. Fonatian
Qhv
12. HATER
a. Quality
Fresh
• b. Source : Perennial River, Medium wells
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
None
tl, TlfnpH^r| fm None
, bush, alang-alang, irrigated wetland rice (irigasi), towns, villag
15. VBUETATICa/LARD OSE
Area used
95 %
16. Ad^'KILVBATMl FBflRfCqt
a. Occurence
Localised
4 . mi«USmi-W Ky PSiHia:r
b. Evidence
Landslips
17. SOILfiPy*TGROUP
Donnant >50Z
Associated 1.
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
tropaquepts
Z of area
60 %
30 %
10 %
32. REEKESERAIIVE PROFILES:
ity/
iqt/
uda/
/184-9
/341-45
/184-10
/68/IS/1110/41/
/72/DR/1110/41/
/68/IS/1110/41/
/77 /
/33 /
/79 /
1110 - 85
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
Properties
s. Texfcuxez
b. Depth:
topsoil
subsoil
peatsoil
•ri tiKkT-ai « n j
|
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
e.
t.
g.
h.
1.
j.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
EEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid solph. pot. :
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
Dominant > 501
medium
moderately fine
—
moderate*ly deep
Well drained
-—
medium
low
Associated 1
fine
fine
~
deep
Well drained
—
—
low
low
medium
low
low
very low
Associated 2
medium
medium
—
very deep
Poorly drained
-—
very low
very low
Olsen
low
low
very low
very low
moderately acid
moderately acid
moderately acid
moderately acid
moderately acid
slightly alkaline
70 cm
0.9
0.0
1
100 cm
1.6
0.0
2
120 cm
1.6
0.0
2
-—
---
29.
175 m
Miniann: 100 m
Bange: 125 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 60% of area flat-topped
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Low
c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b. Variability: Medium
c. Length: extremely
d. Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottons :: 10 X '
Interfiles :: 0-81:90
0-81:90 X,
X, 9-25X:
9-25X: 0 X. 25-551: 0 %
a. A^litode: low
b . Variability: Low
Undulating 2- 81, 0-50 m
c. Variability:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1~ Interfluves, dystropepts, 60Ï
- 2 - Interfluves, hapludults, 30X
-3- Valleys bottoms, tropaquepts, 10X
-4Valleys: Small blocks
Interfluves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABHITT:
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4° plausible
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
2 0 . FLAH/FBOFILE:
2 1 . L.O. DBAIBAGE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR.:
2 4 . RELIEF AMPLI.:
2 5 . ratoATm2 6 . CTEST/RIDSES:
2 7 . VALLET FLOCK:
28. LAB) FACETS:
31. ADDXTICBAL aOTES:
1110 - 86
ISEP-SDB1, CSR-BOGOR
LAHD uflxx
BLOCK DIAGRAM:
CSOSS SECTIOB:
V.2.10.2
V.2.2.1
V.2.6.2
anic rpcks",/>.} r?f<,\{
1.
LATO OBIT:
4.
OCCORERCE b y ÏBOVIBCE: Lampung: 991
Vb.2.2.1
5 . SXftTBS
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
Updated by: DR
3. AREA: 303 km2
edit dat«: 01/06/89
Status: Final
6. LAID OMIT DESCRIPTICS: Slightly dissected undulating volcanic plain,intermediate and
mafic lavas, slopes 3-8Ï
7.
R*TRl-f-1TH
123/64/14/11/84
8. AFPTAI
1:100.000
61 /8344-195, 61 /8344-191, 62 /8282-069
: Star-I/250/88/1110-4,5
9. RADAR
11.
10. BABEBT MATERIAL
ROCK OOTCSOP:
X
a. Weathering : Partial
12. HATES
b. LiUsology
: basalt
c. Foimatian
: Qb
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source
: Perennial River', Medium wells
: Sungai (river)
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inondation: None
15. VEGEIATHM/LAHD USE : , bush, alang-alang, upland crops, rainfed wetland rice, tea
(teh), coffee (kopi), towns, villages
Area used
: 90 Ï
16. ACCELERATED EBOSIOH
a. Ocoarence : Localised
b. Evidence
: Landslips
17. SOU, G8EAT G8OOP
Classification
Z o f area
Lab. checked
Destinant >50I
hapludalfs
60 X
yes
Associated 1
dystropepts
30 X
yes
Associated 2
tropaquepts
10 X
yes
3 2 . RERESERATIVE ROFILES:
ada/ '
/341-56
/72/DR/1110/51/
/56 /
iqt/
/341-93
/85/IS/1110/51/
/53 /
ity/
1110 - 87
/341-21
/72/SK/1110/51/
/62 /
fropactie.
a. Texture:
b.
c.
d.
e.
£.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
wïi***rfl1ff*1!1
Drainage:
Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. P:
Method
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
sobsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
20.
FLABVPBOFILE:
21. L.O.
22. SLOPE:
23. SLOPE DISTH.:
24. BELIEF AHPLI.
25. TFHRATW26.
27. VALLET FLOOR:
28. LAB) FACETS:
Donnant > SOX
medium
fine
—
mod. shallow
Well drained
-—
very high •
very high
Olsen
high
medium
high
high
—
—
neutral
neutral
--—
—
—
—
50 cm
4.7
0.0
1
Associated 1
fine
fine
-deep
Moderately well
-—
medium
very low
Olsen
very low
very low
high
high
—
—
strong acid
moderately acid
--—
—
—
-100 cm
1.9
0.0
1
Associated 2
medium
medium
-very deep
Poorly drained
--medium
medium
Olsen
medium
low
very high
very high
--strong acid
moderately acid
----- '
—
—
125 cm
18.7
0.0
1
25 m
Bange:
40 m
75 m
60Ï of area flat-topped
Damnant: non-linear and random
Included:
». Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Low
c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b Variability: Low
c. Length: extremely
d Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
ValleybottoBs: 10 X
Interflaves : 0-81:90 X, 9-2SZ: 0 Z, 25-55Z: 0 Z
a. Amplitude: low
b. Variability: Low
Undulating 2- 8Z, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
b Length:
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1- Interfluves, hapludalfs, 60Ï
-2- Interfluves, dystropepts, 30X
-3- Valleys, tropaquepts, 10X
-4Valleys: Small blocks
Interflows: Medium blocks
30. BELIABTLITi:
1- reliable,
„jbable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.c: 1
14.a: 1
14 .b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.d-q: 2
IS: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDXriOBAL ROTES:
1110 - 88
LHEP-SDEM, CSR-BOBOR
IJMWÏ UKIT
BLOCK DIAGRAM:
1. U S D KBIT: Vab.2.2. 2
CROSS SBCTIOH:
2. (HF SHEET: 1110-
3. AREA: 50 km2
4 . OCCQIBEBCE b y PROVIBCE: .Lampung: 99%
5 . SIfiXDS HHHTTFXESS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
6 . U S D HUIT DESCRXPTIC*: Moderately dissected undulating volcanic plain,intermediate and
mafic tuffs and lavas, slope 3-8X.
7. SATELLITE Mi-WJWK
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
9. RADAR
10. PA&EST M»TFHT»I.
a. Weathering
b. Lithology
: 123/64/14/11/84,
: 1:100.000
61 /8344-205, 62 /8282-77 , 62 /8282-75
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
: Partial
: andesitic tuffs, basalt,
X
c. Foroatian : Qhv
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River, Medium wells
13. FISHERIES
: Not known
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
f None
15. VEGEXATIGH/LAHD OSE : , upland crops, mixed gardens of rruit trees, rainfed wetland
rice, clove (cengkeh), coconut• (kelapa). towns, villages
Area used
: 100 X
16. Anriri FVÄTFTI nmRfrff
12. HATER
a. Occnrence : Localised
b. Evidence : Landslips
17. SOU. GREAI GROUP
DaMsant >50I
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
tropaquepts
I of area
6X
. °X
30
10
X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
32. HEPRESEHTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
iqt/
/184-9
/341-45
/68/IS/1110/41/
/72/DR/1110/41/
/77 /
/33 /
uda/
1110 - 89
/341-62
/72/IS/1110/ /
/04 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
Damnant > SOX
Associated 1
a. Textare:
medium
fine
Associated 2
medium
moderately fine
fine
medium
moderately deep
Well drained
very deep
Well drained
very deep
medium
very high
very low
low
high
very low
Olsen
topsoil
subsoil
b . Oeptb:
peatsoil
•ineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Excb. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
f. Avail. P:
subsoil
method
Poorly drained
Olsen
low
low
low
very high
medium
very low
very low
slightly acid
moderately acid
moderately acid
moderately acid
70 cm
0.9
0.0
0
100 cm
2.1
0.0
1
120 cm
1.6
0.0
0
—
--
topsoil
sobsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
medium
low
h. CBC pH 7
subsoil
topsoil
very high
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
sobsoil
j . Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot cbstr. layer :
p . Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
250 m
19. ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAH/TBOFXLE:
2 1 . L.D. BBAJKAGE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR. :
2 4 . BELIEF AMPLI.:
25.
TBHRATW-
2 6 . umsi/HTIIKHS:
2 7 . VALLEY FLOOR:
2 8 . LAID FACETS:
moderately acid
Minima:
10 m
slightly alkaline
Bange:
200 m
D o n n a n t : non-linear and random 40-60! of area flat-topped
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b . density: Moderate
c.
a.
c.
e.
b . Variability: Medium
d. Variability: Low
Variability: low
Steepness:gently sloping
Length: moderate
Curvature: convex
ValleybottOBs: 10 X
Interfluves : 0-81:90 X, 9-251: 0 Ï, 25-551: 0 Z
a.ftatiii I mil medium
b . Variability: Medium
Undulating 2- SX, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
b . Length:
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width: very narrow
b . Variability: Low
- 1 - Interfluves, dystropepts, 60S;
- 2 - Interfluves, hapludults, 30Ï
- 3 - Valley bottoms, tropaquepts, 10X
-4-
29. FBAOfEBTATIGH:
Valleys: Small blocks
Interfluves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1- reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4 - plausible
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
31. AIOITIOHAL BOTES: Representative profiles for Dystropepts and Tropaquepts are extrap
olated from other LU (Vab.2.2.1).
1110 - 90
LAHD BHII RETORT
LREP-SDHM, CSa-BOGQS
BLOCK DIAGRAM:
CROSS SECTIGS:
Volcanic rocks
V;VA^VAI;V»-"-(',
1.
4.
5.
6.
LAND «IT: Vab.2.3.1
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 154 km2
OCCMREHCE by ÎB0WIBCE: Lampung: 99%
Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
STATUS
LAHD OMIT BESCRIPTICS: Slightly dissected rolling volcanic plain,intermediate and mafic
tuffs and lavas, slopes 8-15%.
123/64/14/11/84,
7. SATELLITE
1:100.000
58 /8292-59 , 61 /8344-205,
8. AE8IAL fHOIDGRAPHS
Star-I/250/88/1110-2,4
9. P*T»*P
10. BAREST MUrERIAL
11. ROCK COTCSDP:
%
a. Weathering
High
b. Litbology
andesitic tuffs, basalt,
c. Formation
Qhv
Fresh
12. HATER
a. Quality
Perennial
River, Medium wells
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
None
b_ InBnsdation None
15. VBSEIAIKn/LAHD USE
, alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees, irrigated
wetland rice (irigasi), rainfed wetland rice, clove (cengkeh),
Area used
16. ACCELERATED EBOSIOH
a. Occnrence
b. Evidence
coconut (kelapa), towns, villages
100 %
Localised
Landslips
17. SOIL GREAT GBOOP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
tropaquepts
32. REEBESEBTAnVE FK0FILES:
ity/
/341-44 /72/DR/1110/41/
iqt/
/341-46 /72/DR/1110/41/
Z of area
60 %
30 %
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
10 X
/32 /
/35 /
1110 - 91
uda/
/86-32
/23
is. son. CHARACTERISTICS
Dominant > 501
Properties
moderately fine
a. Texture:
topsoil
fine
sobsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
deep
c. Drainage:
Well drained
-d. Exch. K:
topsoil
-subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
high
subsoil
low
f. Avail. F: Method
Olsen
low
topsoil
very low
subsoil
medium
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
low
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
--subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil neutral
subsoil neutral
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstx. layer :
85 cm
p. Organic Hatter :
1.6
q. TIB :
0.0
r. Total observations:
1
19. ALTITUDE:
150 m
Associated 1
fine
fine
Associated 2
medium
fine
very deep
Well drained
high
medium
medium
low
low
very low
low
low
strong acid
strong acid
deep
Poorly drained
—
-very low
very low
Olsen
medium
very low
medium
very low
—
—
strong acid
strong acid
125 cm
2.1
7.2
2
100 cm
2.6
0.0
2
-•
Minimus:
—
20 m
Bange:
100 m
Domnant: non-linear and random 40-60% of area flat-topped
Included:
2 1 . L.O. ra»ATWCE- a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Low
2 0 . FLABTFBOFXLE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR. :
2 4 . BELIEF âMPLI.:
25.
TBEPATB-
2 6 . CBEST/BIDGES:
2 7 . TAUET FLOOR:
2 8 . LAID FACETS:
2 9 . IBAOiERATICH:
c. Variability: medium
b. Variability: Medium
a. Steepness:sloping
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: long
e. Curvature: convex
ValleybottOBS: 10 X
Interfloves : 0-81:60 X 9-251: 30 t, 25-551: 0 X
a.fliiii l min medium
b. Variability: Medium
Rolling
9-15X, 0-50 m
a. Shape: no crests
c. Variability:
b. Length:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1- Interfluves, dystropepts, 60Ï
-2- Interfluves, hapludults, 30Z
-3- Valleys bottoms, tropaquepts, 10X
-4Valleys: Small blocks
Interfluves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1- reliable, 2= probable, 3» tenable, 4= plausible
10.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1 18.b: 1 18.c:
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31.
ADDrnCHaL HOTES:
1110 - 92
LREP-SDBK, CSR-BOGt»
LAHD TOXÏ REFGBÏ
BLOCK DIAGRAM:
CBDSS SECTICS:
2. MAP SHEET: 1110-
1. LAEB nSIT: Vb.2.3.1
3. AREA: 172 km2
4 . 0CC0RE8CE b y PROTUOCE: Lampung: 99Ï
5 . STATUS IDENTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final .
6 . LAKD n a i T DESCKIPTICH: Slightly dissected rolling volcanic plain,intermediate and mafic
lavas, slopes 8-15%.
123/64/14/11/84
7. SATELLITE
62 /8282-65 , 62
8. ABKTAT- PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
9. BADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-4
10. PAREHT MATERIAL
a. Weathering : High
b. Lithology : basalt,
c. Fomatian : Qb
12. HATES
/8282-67 , 62
/8282"69
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
5X
: Fresh
: Perennial River, Medium wells
:
: None
b. Inundation: None
, alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees, coffee
(kopi), tea (teh), towns, villages
100 X
Area used
a. Quality
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
15.
16.
a. Occnrence : Localised
b. Evidence : Landslips
17. SOU. GREAT GBOUP
Dominant >SOX
Associated 1
Associated 2
:
Classification
dystropepts
hapludalfs
tropaquepts
Z of area
60 X
35 X
5X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
32. RECBESERAXIVE PROFILES:
ity/
iqt/
/84-10
/84-12
/86/DK/1110/51/
/86/DK/1110/53/
ada/
/20a/
/22a/
1110 - 93
/341-56
/72/DR/1110/51/
/56 /
Pl.Upart.les
a.
tolui«:
b . Depth:
Dcadnant > SOZ
topsoll
fine
subsoil
fine
Associated 2
fine
fine
fine
--
—
peatsoil
•dneralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
Associated 1
medium
very deep
mod. shallow
very deep
Well drained
topsoil
Well drained
very high
Poorly drained
very low
—
--
low
subsoil
very high
e. Total E20: topsoil
subsoil
very high
very high
very low
very high
Olsen
very high
Olsen
high
medium
' high
very low
£. Avail. F:
g. Total P:
h. CEC pH 7
aethod
topsoil
subsoil
topsoil
subsoil
very high
topsoil
medium
low
very high
very high
Olsen
high
high
very high
high
•
very high
high
—
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
medium
neutral
neutral
moderately acid
subsoil
j . Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
moderately acid
very low
very low
neutral
neutral
very low
very low
-
—
------
—
-—
--
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
high
-
-----
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot abstr. layer :
125 cm
50 cm
60 cm
p . Organic Matter :
1.4
0.9
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
11.3
4.7
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAB/PBOFILE:
2 1 . L.0- DBAIBÉGE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
1
150 m
Donnant: non-linear and random
Included:
a.
c.
a.
c.
18.2
1
20 m
Range:
75 m
> 60X of area flat-topped
b . density: Low
Pattern: dendritic
Variability: medium
Steepness:sloping
Length: long
b . Variability: Medium
d. Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottens:
5 X
Interfloves : 0-81:60 %, 9-25Z: 35 X, 25-551: 0 %
2 4 . RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Arçtlitude: medium
b. Variability: Medium
2 5 . TEPPATWRolling
9-15Î, 0-50 m
2 6 . C8E5T/RIDGES:
a. Shape: no crests
b . Length:
c. Variability:
2 3 . SLOPE D I S K . :
2 7 . VALLET FLOCK:
2 8 . LAID FACETS:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
- 1 - Interfluves, dystropepts, 60Z
- 2 - Interfluves, hapludalfs, 35X
- 3 - Valley bottoms, tropaquepts,
-4-
2 9 . FKOGMEMTATICH:
Valleys:
5X
Interfluves: Medium blocks
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3» tenable, 4= plausible
30. RELIABILITY:
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 1
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c:
22: 2
23: 3
24: 2
28: 2
18.d-q_: 2
19: 2
29: 2
3 1 . ADDITIQWL BOXES: R e p r e s e n t a t i v e p r o f i l e for Hapludalfs i s . e x t r a p o l a t e d from V b . 2 . 2 . 1
1110 - 94
LREP-SDBM, CS&-BOGGR
LAHD UHIT REPORT
BLOCK DIAGBAH:
C8OSS SECTIGB:
1.
4.
5.
6.
LAHD UHIT: Vb.2.3.2
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 151 km2
OCCOREHCE by PROBTHCE: Lampung: 99%
SXAIOS IBEBTIFIEBS ': Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Statos: Final
LAHD UHIT DESCSIFTKH: Moderately dissected rolling volcanic plain,intermediate and
mafic lavas, slopes 8-15%
123/64/14/11/84
7. SATELLITE
8. AERIAL PH0TOG8APBS
: 1:100.000
62 /8282-063, 60 /8295-017, 60 /8295-15
9.'RADAR
: .Star-I/250/88/1110-5,6
10. PAREHT MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
%
a. Weathering : Partial
b. Lithology : basalt
c. Formation : Qb
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River, Medium wells
13. FISHERIES
*
:
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inondation: None
15. VEGETATiaH/LAHD OSE : , alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees, rainfed
wetland rice, clove (cengkeh), coffee (kopi), towns, villages
Area used
: 100 X
a. Occurence : Common
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOU. GSEAT G80DP
DoB&nant ^50Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
:
Classification
dystropepts
hapludalfs
tropaquepts
32. REPHESEBTATTVE PBOFILES:
ity/
/86-14
/81/NS/1110/53/
iqt/
/84-11
/86/DK/1110/53/
Z of area
50 %
40 %
10 %
/22 /
/21a/
ada/
1110 - 95
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/341-56
/72/DR/1110/51/
/56 /
BACTERISnCS
Properties
a. Texture:
b.
c.
d.
e.
£.
g.
b.
i.
j.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
•in eralsoil
Drainage:
Excb. K: topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. F: •etfaod
topsoil
subsoil
Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
topsoil
Al Sat.
subsoil
AI toxicity :
Acid sulph . pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Root obstx . layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
2 0 . PLAB/PfiOFXLE:
2 1 . L.U. DRAIBAGE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR. :
2 4 . RELIEF AMPLI.:
25. TBBBATW2 6 . CREST/RIDGES:
2 7 . VALLET FLOOR:
2 8 . T-AW» FACETS:
2 9 . FRAGME«ATiai:
Donnant > SOX
fine
fine
—
very deep
Well drained
medium
low
high
medium
—
-medium
medium
low
low
strong acid
very strong acid
--—
--—
—
2.2
7.5
1
Associated 1
medium
fine
—
mod. shallow
Well drained
—
—
very high
very high
Olsen
high
medium
high
high
—
-neutral
neutral
—
----—
50 cm
4.7
0.0
0
Associated 2
fine
fine
-very deep
Irrigated
very low
very low
very low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
very low
very low
high
very high
slightly acid
slightly acid
very low
very low
—
-—
110 cm
0.6
33.9
2
100 m
mninan:
25 m
Range:
50 m
Damnant: non-linear and random 40-60Ï of area flat-topped
Included:
b. density: Moderate
a. Pattern: dendritic
c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:sloping
b. Variability: Low
d. Variability: Low
c. Length: long
e. Curvature: convex
ValleybottOBs: 10 X
Interfluves : 0-81:60 X. 9-2SX: 30 X. 25-551: 0 %
b. Variability: Low
a. *rr1i*~*T~ medium
Rolling
9-15Ï, 0-50 m
c. Variability: Low
a. Shape: Level
b. Length:Short
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Low
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1- Interfluves, dystropepts, 50Ï
-2- Interfluves, hapludalfs, 40X
-3- Valleys, tropaquepts, 10X
-4Valleys: Small blocks
Interfluves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABniTT:
1- reliable, 2° probable, 3- tenable, 4- plausible
14.a: 1 14.b: 1 17: 1 18.a: 1 18.b: 1 18.c: 2
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
22: 2
23: 2 24: 2
28: 3
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIOnaL BOTES: Hapludalfs transpered from Vb.2.2.1
1110 - 96
LAEQ) U U T BEPGKT
LREP-SDEM, CSR-BOGOR
BLOCK DIAG8AM:
CBDSS SECTICH:
1. iAKD OSIT: Vb.2.3.2
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 151 km2
Lampung: 99X
5. STATUS IBEHTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
6. IAHD EMIT BESCRIPTICH: Moderately dissected rolling volcanic plain,intermediate and
mafic lavas, slopes 8-15X
123/64/14/11/84
7. SATELLITE
8. A1EHTAT- PHOTOGRAPHS : 1:100.000
62 /8282-063, 60 /8295-017, 60 /8295-15
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-5,6
10. PARER MATFBTAT11. ROCK OBTCSQP:
%
a. Weathering : Partial
b. Lithology : basalt
c. Formation : Qb
4 . ««fiiiu^T»-» b y
12. HATER
a. Quality
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
: Fresh
: Perennial River, Medium wells
:
: None
b. Inundation: None
15. VEGETATICS/LABD OSE : , alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees, rainfed
wetland rice, clove (cengkeh), coffee (kopi), towns, villages
Area used
: 100 %
1 6 . AiTwiLigmTBn HMtKfTM
a. Occnrence : Common
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOU. GREAT GROUP
Donnant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludalfs
tropaquepts
32. REPRESERATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
/86-14
/81/NS/1110/53/
iqt/
/84-11
/86/DK/1110/53/
Z of area
50 X
40 Z
10 Z
/22 /
/21a/
ada/
1110 - 95
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
/341-56
/72/DR/1110/51/
/56 /
18. SOU. CHABACTEBISTICS
Properties
Dominant > SOZ
a. Texture:
topsoil
fine
subsoil
fine
b. Depth:
peatsoil
very deep
Bineralsoil
Well drained
c. Drainage:
medium
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
low
subsoil
high
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
medium
f. Avail. P: aetfaod
—
topsoil
-subsoil
medium
g. Total P:
topsoil
medium
subsoil
low
h. CEE pH 7
topsoil
low
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil strong acid
subsoil very strong acid
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid snlph. pot.:
a. Salinity :
n. Other Taxicity:
o. Boot obstx. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
2.2
q. TES :
7.5
r. Total observations:
1
Associated 1
medium
fine '
Associated 2
fine
fine
mod. shallow
Well drained
—
—
very high
very high
Olsen
high
medium
high
high
-—
neutral
neutral
very deep
Irrigated
very low
very low
very low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
very low
very low
high
50 cm
4.7
0.0
0
very high
slightly acid
slightly acid
very low
very low
110 cm
0.6
33.9
2
19. ALTITUDE:
100 m
Mininn:
25 m
Bange:
50 m
Donnant: non-linear and random 40-60X of area flat-topped
20. PLAH/ÏKOFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Moderate
21. L.0. DBABUGE: c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:sloping
b. Variability: Low
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Low
c. Length: long
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTR. : Valleybottoas: 10 X •
Interfloves : 0-81:60 X, 9-25Z: 30 X, 25-55Z: 0 X
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Aaplitode: medium
b. Variability: Low
25. TBBRATWRolling
9-15Ï, 0-50
a. Shape: Level
c. Variability: Low
26. uuasi/B
b. Length: Short
d. Hidth: moderate
e. Variability: Low
27. VALLEY FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAB) FACETS:
-1- Interfluves, dystropepts, 50X
- 2 - Interfluves, hapludalfs, 40X
-3- Valleys, tropaquepts, 10X
-•2 9 . FBAGMERTATIOH: Valleys: Small blocks
Interflnves: Medium blocks
" reliable, 2= probable, 3« tenable, 4> plausible
30. BELIABXLITX:
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 1
18.c: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. AD9ITI0BAL BOTES: Hapludalfs transpered from Vb.2.2.1
1110 - 96
LAHD TMtt REPOST
LBEP-SDBH, CSR-BOGOK
BLOCK DIAG8AM:
CBOSS SECTIO8:
V.2.10.2
V.2.6.2
V.2.2.1
1.
4.
5.
6.
LAHD HUIT: Vb.2.6.2
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 104 km2
OCODBEBCE by PROVTBCE: Lampung: 99%
STATOS IDENTIFIERS : Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
LABD OOIT DESCRIPTIOS: Moderately dissected rolling volcanic plain with hillock,intermediate
and mafic lavas, slopes 8-25%.
7. SATELLITE SCESES
: 123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
61 /8344-191, 62 /8282-69 , 61 /8344-193
8 . AEBTA1L pffl Ifl MjgA H K
: Star-I/250/88/1110-6
9 . RADAR
10.
11.
PARBBT MATERIAL
ROCK OTTCSOP: 5 %
a. Weathering : High
b. Litbology : basalt
c. Foroation : Qb
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River, Medium wells
13. FISHERIES
:
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
None
15. VEGETATICB/LAHD OSE : , alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees, clove
(cengkeh), coconut (kelapa)
Area used
: 100 X
a. Occurence
b. Evidence
17.
SOIL GREAT GKOTP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
32.
ite/
Common
Gulleys
Classification
eutropepts
hapludalfs
Z of area
80 %
20 X
X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
REEBESEHIAinVE P3QFILZS:
/84-9
/86/EK/1110/53/
/19a/
ada/
1110 - 97
/341-87
/72/IS/1110/53/
/47 /
reparties
a. Texture:
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
J.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
•rimtralxoil
Drainage:
Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
CEE pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Root obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
20. PLAI/rBOFILE:
21. L.O.
22. SLOPE:
23. SLOPE DISTR. :
24. RELIEF AMPLI.
25. TFBPATW2 6 . C8ESI/RIDSES:
2 7 . VALLET FLOOR:
2 8 . TAW» FACETS:
29.
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
—
deep
Well drained
very high
high
very high
high
Olsen
low
very low
very high
very high
medium
medium
neutral
neutral
—
-—
—
—
-78 cm
1.4
9.2
5
Associated 1
fine
fine
—
very deep
Moderately well
--medium
high
Olsen
high
medium
medium
high
—
—
moderately alkaline
neutral
—
--—
—
-100 cm
1.3
0.0
1
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
230 m
Mini«:
40 m
Range: ISO m
Dominant: non-linear and random 40-60Z of area flat-topped
Included: non-linear and random > 60% of area crested/peaked
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Moderate
c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:sloping
b. Variability: Medium
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: moderate
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottoms:
5 Z
Interfluves : 0-8X:60 Z, 9-25X: 30 Z, 25-551: 5 Z
a. Amplitude: medium
b. Variability: Medium
Rolling
9-15Z, 0-50 m
a. Shape: Level
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Low
e. Variability: Low
d. Hidth: moderate
b. Variability:
a. Hidth:
-1- Rounded top/crest, eutropepts, 501
-2- Hillock part, eutropepts, 30Z
-3- Slopping, hapludalfs, 20Z
-4Valleys:
Interfluves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1- reliable, 2- probable, 3° tenable, 4» plausible
10.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIGBAL BOTES:
1110 - 98
BEP0RX
, CSR-BOGCR
BLOCK BIÄOBÄM:
1 . lëffl)
DUT:
CROSS SECTIOH:
2. M&P SHEET: 1110-
Vb.2.9.1
3. AKEA: 43 km2
4 . i m a m « : * , b y HBOTIBCE: Lampung: 99%
5 . SSÄHJS HJEBTIFIEBS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 01/06/89
Status: Final
6 . LABDD OBIT DESCKIFITICH: Slightly dissected' lahars,intermediate and mafic lavas,slopes
3-15%.
7.
SATELLITE
8 . ATPWTTAÏÏ. FQOTOGBAPBS
9 . BADftS
123/64/14/11/84,
1:100.000
62 /8282-67
Star-I/250/88/1110-5,6
11. BOCK COTCaaP: 35 %
1 0 . PâBEST M&TEBIâL
a. Weathering : High
b. Litfaology : basalt
c. Formation : Qb
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain, Not known
13. FISHERIES
: None
14. BIVE2S a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inmndatiozi: None
15. VEEETATiaH/LAHD USE : , bush, alang-alang, mixed gardens of fruit trees, upland crops
Area used
: 10 %
16. ACCELERATED EBOSIOS
a. Occucence : Localised
b. Evidence : Vr - -,
17. SOU. GREAT G80ÖF
Doniiiant >50Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
troporthents
eutropepts
Z of area
55 %
10 %
%
.
1110 - 99
Lab. checked
no
no
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
Dominant > SOX
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
nineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. P: method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P: topsoil
subsoil
h. CBC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Associated 1
Associated 2
i . Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j . Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
Al toxicity :
-Acid sulpb. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
'
—
Boot obstx. layer :
Organic Matter :
0.0
TUB :
0.0
Total observations: . 0
19. ALTITUDE:
20. PLAH/RUFJJJE:
.
--
0.0
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
Maximal: 120 m
Minimim:
30 m
Bange:
70 m
Dominant: non-linear and random 40-60% of area flat-topped
Included:
21. L.D. 1D8AIBAGE: a. Pattern: dendritic
c. Variability: low
•
b. density: Low
22. SLOPE:
a. Steepness:gently sloping
b. Variability: Low
c. Length: short
d. Variability: Low
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE OISTB.: Valleybottoms:
5%
Interfiles : 0-81:60 Z, 9-25Z: 30 2, 25-551: 0 Ï, >55I: 5 %
24. BELIEF AMPLI.: a. «Tüfa-*»- low
b. Variability: Low
25. TEKRAM:
Undulating 2- 8%, 0-50 m
26. CREST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: no crests
b. Length:
c. Variability:
d. Width:
e. Variability:
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28'. LARD FACETS:
-1- Flat & rounded top, troporthents, 55%
-2- Gentle sloping, eutropepts, 10%
~3- Rock outcrops, 35%
-429. FRAGMEBTATICH: Valleys:
Interflraves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABI11TÏ:
1= reliable, 2° probable, 3= tenable, 4» plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 3
18.a: 3
18.b: 2
18.c: 2
18.d-q: 3
19: 2
22: 2
23: 3
24: 2
28: 3
29: 3
31. ADOITIGHAL BOTES:
1110 - 100
BLOCK DIAG8AM:
CSOSS SECTICB:
V.2.10.2
V.2.2.1
V.2.6.2
anic .roçks"r<>T
1 . LAHD OBIT:
4.
""«"•
Vb.2.10.2
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
r
?f<f\>
3. AREA: 87 km2
by IBuvifluE: Lampung: 992
s . s x & m s rijti^-MTj y j funs
i Updated by: DR
edit date: 02/06/89
Status: Final
6. LATO OBIT DESŒIPTICH: Moderately dissected eroded volcanoes,intermediate and mafic
lavas, hilly relief, slopes (15-30X).
7. SAXEIXXIE
123/64/14/11/84
8 . «PPTAT FBOTOESAFBS
1:100.000
61 /8344-195
g . BADAR
Star-I/250/88/1110-5
1 0 . EMBEBT M>TIHTAI.
11. BOCK COICBQP: 20 Z
a. Heathering
Partial
b. Litbology
basalt
c. Passation
Qb
Fresh
12. H U E R
a. Quality
Rain
b. Source
None
13. FISHERIES
None
14. HIVERS a. Floodrisk
None
15. VBBEUXim/UBD USE moist primary lowland forest, upland crops, reafforestation,
Area osed
16.
towns, villages
40 %
*< n "nB B I A T H I EROSI0B
a. Occorence
b. Evidence
Common
Gulleys
17. SOXL G8EAT G8OOP
Devinant >30Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
kandiudults
humitropepts
32. KtinmarJiTAixvii
PROFILES:
udk/
/81/NS/1110/51/
/86-13
Z of area
60 %
20 % '
X
/20 /
ith/
1110 -
101
Lab. checked
yes
yes
/341-57
/72/DR/1110/51/
/57 /
18. SCXL CHARACTERISnCS
a. Texture:
b. Depth:
topsoil
subsoil
peatsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. P: aetfacd
topsoil
g. Total P:
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
•_
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid solph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
Damnant > SOX
fine
fine
very
Well
very
very
very
very
deep
drained
low
low
low
low
very high
very high
low
low
moderately acid
strong acid
1.6
5.8
0
Associated 1
moderately fine
fine
Associated 2
Well drained
very high
medium
high
high
slightly alkaline
neutral
100 cm
4.3
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
290 m
25 m
Bange: 203 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 60S; of area crested/peaked
Included:
b. density: Moderate
a. Pattern: radial
L.O
c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:Steep
b. Variability: High
SLOPE:
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: short
e. Curvature: convex
ValleybottoBS:
Ï
SLOPE DISTR.:
InterCLuves : 0-81:30 X 9-25X: 50 X, 25-551: 20 %
BELIEF AMPU.
a. Amplitude: medium
b. Variability: Medium
hillocKy
>16%, 0-50 m
TEBBAIM:
c. Variability: Medium
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Low
VALLET FLOCK:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
!*•" FACETS:
-1- Upper & middle slopes, kandiudults, 60%
-2- Lower slopes, humitropepts, 20%
-3- Rock outcrops, 20%
-4InterCLuves: Small blocks
IBAGMERTATiaa: Valleys:
30. RELIABILITY:
1» reliable, 2- probable, 3» tenable, 4° plausible
10.b : 2 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. AD9IXIGBAL BOIES:
1110 - 102
LREP-SDBH. CSR-BOGGB
LAID OBIT SEHBT
(HP IMAGE:
CBOSS SECTIGH:
H.I.2.1
H.I.5.2
B.l.6.3
•v-^- - KtaBorphic *
:
>T Jl rocks
'volcanic rocks
1.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
LAUD OHIT: H a b . 1 . 2 . 1
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 54 km2
n m r o t T K b y fBCVHCE: Lampung: 99%
STATUS IDENTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 02/06/89
Status: Final
LAUD OBIT DESCRIPTICH: Slightly dissected hills,intermediate and mafic tuffs and lavas,
moderately steep slopes (16-30%)
SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/64/14/11/84
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
57 /8292-075, 62 /8282-77 , 60 /8295-05
RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
Z
BAREST MATERIAL
a. Weathering : High
b. Litbology : andesitic tuffs, basalt,
c. Fonnation : Qhv
HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain, Perennial River
FISHERIES
: None
RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inondation : None
VEGETATIOB/LAHD USE : secondary forest, bush, alang-alang, upland crops, mixed gardens
of fruit trees, clove (cengkeh), coffee (kopi)
Area used
: 50 %
ACCELERATED EROSIGH
a. Occurence : Conxnon
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOIL GSEAT GROUP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
humitropepts
Z of area
Lab. checked
20 X
yes
yes
5 X
•yes
75 %
32. REPRESEHTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
ith/
/
/
/88/HJ/1010/ /
/88/HK/1010/54/
/26 /
/22 /
uda/
1110
- 103
/341-33
/72/DR/1110/23/
/16 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
Dominant > 501
a. Texture:
topsoil
fine
fine
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
-niiwraloiil
very deep
c. Drainage:
Well drained
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
medium
subsoil
low
e. Total K2O: topsoil
medium
subsoil
very low
£. Avail. P:
method
Bray I
topsoil
very low
very low
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
low
subsoil
low
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
high
subsoil
high
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil very strong acid
subsoil excessive acid
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
very low
subsoil
high
k. Al toxicity :
no
-1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
—
-n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
120 cm
p. Organic Matter :
1.9
q. XEB :
3.1
r. Total observations:
0
Associated 1
fine
fine
—
very deep
Well drained
-—
high
very low
Olsen
low
very low
medium
low
—
-slightly acid
neutral
-—
--—
-62 cm
3.1
0.0
1
Associated 2
moderately fine
fine
-very deep
Well drained
medium
medium
low
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
medium
medium
medium
high
strong acid
strong acid
very low
very low
—
—
—
•
110 cm
4.6
9.8
0
19. ALTITUDE:
290 m
Mrninon:
25 m
Bange:
75 m
Dominant: non-linear and random 40-60% of area crested/peaked
20. PLAH/FROFILE:
Included: non-linear and random < 40% of area flat-topped
b. density: Low
a. Pattern: dendritic
21. L.U. D B A W G E : c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:mod. steep
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: short
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTR-:
Valleybottcns:
5 %
Interfluves : 0-81:20 % 9-25Z: 60 %, 25-551: 15 %
24. BELIEF AMPU.: a. Aqolitode: high
b. Variability: Medium
25. TEBBAIB:
Hilly
>16%,51-300m
26. CREST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Undulating
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAID FACETS:
-1- Crests & upper slopes, dystropepts, 75X
- 2 - Middle slopes, hapludults, 20%
-3- Lower slopes/valleys, humitropepts, 5%
-429. FBAGMEHTATIOH: Valleys:
Interfluves: Small blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3- tenable, 4« plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 1
18.b: 1
18.c: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIONAL BOIES: Representative profile for Dystropepts and Humitropepts are extrap
olated from sheet 1010 (Hab.1.3.3).
1110 - 104
LREP-SDBM, CSB-BOBCK
LAHD UHIÏ REPORT
MAF DMGE:
CSOSS SBCTICH:
B.I.2.2
V.l.4.2
A.2.2.1
V01cùiVrodaî^£Î>iVl. » *. Z. 'l Z. Z. Z-*-.irürX
>
'~L'
eetaiiorphic rocks
__
1. U S D OMIT: Htn. 1.2.2
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 23 km2
4. m i m ™ : « by FHOVŒCE: Lampung: 99X
edit date: 07/06/89
Status: Final
5. STATUS IDENTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
6. IAHD UHIT DESCRIPTICH: Moderately dissected hills.metaraorphic rocks.moderatelly steep
slopes (16-30%).
7. SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/64/14/11/84,
8. ABPTAT. PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
57 /8292-083,
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-3
10. BAREST MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP: S %
a. Weathering : Partial
b. Lithology : gneiss, schists,
c. Formation : Ptse ,
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain
13. FISHERIES
: None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation : None
13. VBEETAnOH/LAHD USE : , bush, upland crops, mixed gardens of fruit trees, rubber (karef)
Area used
: 75 %
16. ACCELERATED EROSIOH
a. Occurence : Common
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOIL GREAT GBOOF
Dominant >50I
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
kanhapludults
32. REPRESENTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
/340-16 /71/DN/1110/42/
Z of area
75 %
20 %
/80 /
udh/
1110 - 105
Lab. checked
yes
yes
/340-14
/71/SK/1110/42/
/45 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
sobsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
•dneralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
Associated 1
medium
medium
deep
Well drained
medium
medium
high
medium
deep
Well drained
--very high
very high
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
t. Avail. P:
Betbod
topsoil
subsoil
K- Total P:
topsoil
medium
low
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
low
low
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil moderately acid
subsoil moderately acid
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid solph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
80 cm
p. Organic Matter :
1.2
q. TEB :
5.1
r. Total observations:
1
Associated 2
medium
medium
-—
slightly alkaline
neutral
80 cm
'1.3
0.0
1
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
250 m
100 m
Bange: 150 m
Damnant: non-linear and random > 60Ï of area crested/peaked
20. PLAB/ÏHDFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Moderate
21. L.D. ISAIHAGE: c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:mod. steep
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
•:. Length: short
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Valleybottons:
%
Interfluves : 0-81:10 X, 9-2SZ: 60 X, 25-551: 20 X, >55X: 10 X
24. BELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: medium
b. Variability: Medium
25. TFPPATWhillocKy
>16%, 0-50 m
26. CHEST/RIDGES:
c. Variability: High
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
d. Hidth: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLEY FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28. LAID FACETS:
-1- Crest, up & low slopes, dystropepts, 75Z
-2- Middle slopes, kanhapludults, 20X
-3-429. FSAGMERTATIGa: Valleys:
Interfluves: Small blocKs
30. RELIABILITY:
1- reliable, 2° probable, 3= tenable, 4- plausible
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 2
18.b: 1
18.c:
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
31. ADDITIONAL BOTES:
1110 - 106
LREP-SDBM, CSR-BOGOR
LAHD ( D I T EEPCKT
CBOSS SBCTIOH:
MAF IMAGE:
B.I.3.3
H.1.2.2
B.7
coconut
sea 1
fi
x ._„..
volcanic rocks
'
•*•£" 'retaoorphic rócks
"
s
1. LAHD UHIT: Hab . 1 . 3 . 3
2. HAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 121 km2
4. OCCOREBCE by FROVIHCE: Lampung: 99%
5. STATUS IDEHTIFIERS : Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
6. LAHD DBIT DESCRIPTIOH: Strongly dissected hills intermediate and mafic tuffs and lavas,
steep to very steep slopes (30-75%).
7. SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/64/14/11/84
8. AERTAT. PiKJTOGBAPHS : 1:100.000
60 /8295-005, 58 /8292-65 , 62 /8282-77
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
10. PAKBHT MATERIAL
a. Weathering
b. Li thology
c. Formation
12. HATER
a. Quality
b. Source
13. FISHERIES
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
11. ROCK OUTCROP: 10 %
Partial
andesitic tuffs, basalt,
Qhv
Fresh
Rain
None
None
b. Inundation: None
1 5 . VEEETATIOK/LAUD USE : secondary forest, alang-alang, shifting cultivation, upland crops,
mixed gardens of fruit trees, clove (cengkeh), coffee (kopi)
Area used
: 60 %
16. ACCELERATED EROSION
a. Occurence : Extensive
b. Evidence : Various
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Classification
Z of area
Lab.
checked
Dominant >50Z
dyst.ri'].'ept..
55 %
Associated 1
hapludult ^
35 X
yes
Associated 2
hiiini tropepLs
10 %
yes
32. REPRESEHTATIWE PROFILES:
i'..y/
/340-10 /71/SK/1110/ /
'ith/
/
/87/HK/1010/ /
/26a/
/22 /
1110 - 107
uda/
yes
/184-16
/68/IS/1110/
/
/96 /
18.. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
mineral soil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K: . topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K20: topsoil
subsoil
t. Avail. P: method
topsoil
subsoil
topsoil
8- Total P:
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
topsoil
j- Al Sat.
subsoil
k. Al taxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot. :
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity;
o. Root obstr. layer :
P- Organic Hatter :
q- TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
—
deep
Well drained
high
medium
medium
low
Associated 1
medium
fine
-moderately deep
Well drained
--very high
low
--very high
high
medium
low
slightly acid
strong acid
—
--—
—
-60 cm
1.4
0.0
1
—
-very high
medium
—
-moderately acid
very strong acid
—
--—
—
-50 cm
3.6
0.0
1
Associated 2
moderately fine
fine
—
very deep ~
Well drained
medium
medium
low
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
medium
medium
medium
high
strong acid
strong acid
very low
very low
•
-
-
—
-
-
110 cm
4.6
0.0
0
15 m
Bange: 250 m
Haximurn: 300 m
Hin i — i Dominant: non-linear and random > 60X of area crested/peaked
Included:
21. L.O. nRATTMCK: a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Mod. high
c. Varlability: high
22. SLOPE:
a. Steenness:verv steeD
b. Variabilité: Medium
c. Length: moderate
d. Variability: Bigh
e. Curvature: straight
23. SLOPE DISTR. : Valleybottoms: 10 X
Interduves : 0-81:0 X 9-251: 20 X, 25-551: 30 X, >55X: 40 X
24. RELIEF AMPLI.
a. Amplitude: high
b. Variability: Medium
25. TBMHHilly
>16X,51-300m
26. CREST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: High
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAUD FACETS:
-1- Crests & upper slopes, dystropepts, 55X
- 2 - Middle slopes, hapludults, 35Z
-3- Lw. slope & VI. bottom, humitropepts, 10Ï
-4Interfluves:
29. FHAOffiHTATICH: Valleys:
19. ALTITUDE:
20. PLAH/PBCIFILE:
30. RELIABILITY:
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
" reliable, 2» probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
32: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL HOTES: Representative profiles for Humitropepts is extrapolated from other
Sheet (KotaAgung.Hab.1.3.3).
1110 - 108
LREP-SDBM, CSR-BOGQR
LAHD GBIT REPORT
CSOSS SECTIOB:
MAP IMAGE:
E.I.3.3
dB.1.3.3
A.2.2.1
I; ' H'
/;' '.
/;'-'" tiff' »vér ' "fS$
volcanic rocks
1 . LABD HHIT:
dHab.1.3.3
2. MAP SHEET: 1110-
3. AREA: 11 km2
4 . <«n,i|iHHWK b y PROVIBCE: Lampung: 99%
5 . STATUS IDENTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
6 . iAHD UNIT DESCRIPTION: Strongly dissected hills,intermediate and mafic tuffs and lavas
covered by acid tuffs, steep to very steep slopes (30-75Ï)
7 . SATELLITE SCERES
: 123/64/14/11/84
8 . AESIAL PHOTOG8APHS
: 1:100.000
9 . BADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-1
10. PARE8T MATERIAL
a. Heathertn« :
b. Lithology :
c. Formation :
12. HATES
a. Quality :
b. Source :
13. FISHERIES
:
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk :
b. Inundation:
15. VBSEIATIGB/LAHD OSE :
62
/8282-75
11. ROCK UUTCBOP: 10 %
High
andesitic tuffs, basalt, dacite
Qhv
Fresh
Rain
None
None
None
moist primary lowland forest, alang-alang, shifting cultivation,
mixed gardens of fruit trees, clove (cengkeh)
: 60 X
Area used
16. ACCELERATED ESOSICH
a. Occurence : Extensive
b. Evidence : Various
17. SOIL G8EAT GSDOP
Dominant >50I
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
humitropepts
32. REPRESEHTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
/340-10 /71/SK/1110/
/
Z of area
50 %
30 X
10 %
/26a/
1110 - 109
Lab. checked
yes
yes
no
is. son. cBABAcnsisncs
Proparties
a. Texture:
b.
c.
d.
e.
£.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
•ineralsoil
Drainage:
Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. F: nethod
topsoil
subsoil
Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TES :
Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
2 0 . FLAH/EBDFILE:
21. L.0.
22.
23. SLOPE DISTK. :
2 4 . RELIEF 4MPLI.
2 5 . TEBHATB26.
CBE5T/R1DGE5:
2 7 . VALLET FLOOR:
28.
LARD FACETS:
2 9 . FfiAGMEnATOT:
Donnant > 501
fine
fine
Associated 1
moderately fine
fine
deep
Well drained
high
medium
medium
low
deep
Well
very
very
very
very
—
—
very high
high
medium
low
slightly acid
strong acid
very low
very low
low
very low
medium
low
excessive acid
excessive acid
60 cm
1.4
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
Associated 2
drained
low
low
low
low
0.0
0.0
0
75 m
25 m
150 m
Doninant: non-linear and random > 6015 of a r e a crested/peaked
Included:
b. density: Mod. high
a. Pattern: dendritic
c. Variability: high
Variability: High
a. Steepness:very steep
Variability: High
c. Length: moderate
e. Curvature: straight
ValleybottOK: 10 %
Interflnves : 0-8Z:0 X 9-25Z: 20 Ï, 25-551: 30 Z,.>55X: 40 %
b. Variability: Medium
a. Aaplitode: high
Hilly
>16*,51-300m
c. Variability: High
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: High
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
-1- Crests & upper slopes, dystropepts, 50X
-2- Middle slopes, hapludults, 30X
-3- Lw. slope & VI. bottom, humitropepts, 10%
-4Valleys:
Inter fliiwes :
30. PBTTABTT.TTVX" reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1 14.b: 1 17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2 24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIOBAL BOTES: Representative profiles for Dystropepts is extrapolated from Hb.l.
3.3. Hapludults extrapolation based on RePPProt (Land System EMS).
1110
.0
LAJD OTT SEKST
CSG5S SECTIGH:
I-i
LAD) DHIT: Hb.1.3.3
4
2. MAF SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 36 km2
: Lampung: 99Ï
5. STATQS lüEHTLPlKUS
: Updated by: DR
edit dat«: 03/06/89
Status: Final
6. LAS) DBIT DESCRIPITCH : Strongly dissected hills,intermediate and mafic lavas,steep to
very steep slopes (30-75Ï).
7. S A T E L L I T E Mi-jfUKW
123/64/14/11/84
8. ACTTAÏ. H1IIIMJPAWK
1:100.000
58 /8292-65 , 57 /8292-73
• • • -"—•.— " joy n a j ¥ iiw,r»
9. BADAR
10. PAREHT tttTTTTflT
Star-I/250/88/1110-1,2
a. Weathering
b. Lithology
c. Foraatian
12. HATER
a. Quality
b. Source :
High
basalt
Tov
Fresh
Rain
11. ROCK OUTCROP: 10 Z
13. fXSHERIES
None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
None
b. Inondatian None
15. VBGEIâTIOH/LâHD DSE
bush, clove (cengkeh), banana
Area used
60 Z
16. ATir-FTFPATFn VBOttTCm
a. Occurence
b. Evidence
Extensive
Various
17. SOIL CPBAT GRGDF
Devinant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
32.
ity/
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
humitropepts
X of area
55 Z
35 Ï
10 Ï
Lab. checked
yes
yes
PROFILES:
/87/US/1010/53/
/17 /
uda/
1110 - 111
/87/TB/1010/
/
/10 /
IS. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
sobsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. avail. P: method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
b. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
-moderately deep
Well drained
low
low
low
low
Bray I
very low
very low
medium
medium
medium
low
strong acid
excessive acid
high
very high
yes
---67 cm
1.8
2.6
0
Associated 1
fine
fine
-very deep
Well drained
low
low
low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
low
very low
medium
high
very strong acid
very strong acid
medium
medium
yes
-—
-142 cm
2!l
8.0
0
Associated 2
fine
fine
—
very deep
Well drained
very low
very low
low
very low
very low
very low
low
very low
medium
low
excessive acid
very strong acid
very high
very high
----0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
25 m
Range: 300 m
350 m
60X of area crested/peaked
Dominant: non-linear and random
20. PLAH/PROFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Mod. high
21. L.D. DSAJBAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:very steep
b. Variability: Medium
22.
c. Length: moderate
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: straight
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Valleybottoms: 10 %
Interfluves : 0-8Z:0 %, 9-25X: 20 X, 25-551: 30 X, >55Z: 40 Z
24. RELIEF AMPLI.
a. Amplitude: high
b. Variability: Medium
25. TFTOATWHilly
>16X,51-300m
a. Shape: Irregular
26. CREST/RIDGES:
b. Length:Shurt
c. Variability: Medium
e. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
27. VALLET FLOOR:
b. Variability: Low
a. Width: very narrow
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Crests S. upper slopes, dystropepts, 55%
- 2 - Middle slopes, hapludults, 35X
-3- Lw. slope & VI. bottom, humitropepts, 10Ï
-42 9 . FRAGMEHTATIGH: Valleys:
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 3
31. ADDITIOHAL HOTES: Humitropepts extrapolation based on RePPProt (LS BB6). Dystropepts
and Hapludults extrapolation based on L U Hb.1.3.3 ,sheet 1010.
1110 - 112
ARD UHIT REPORT
LBEP-SDBM, CSR-BOGOR
CBOSS SBCTIOH:
MAP IMAGE:
K.2.2.3
1.1.3.3
e.i.3.3
- alluvial salients-,
coarse texture
1.
LARD O B I T :
k.
crrmtvai'if
Hd.1.3.3
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
by PROVIHCE:
5. STATUS IDEBTIFIERS
' acid tuft'"' volcanic reels
3. AREA: 26 km2
Lampung: 99%
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
6. LAD) UHIT DESCRIPTIOB: Strongly dissected hills,acid tuffs,steep to very steep slopes
(30-75%)
7. SATELLITE SCEBES
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
: 123/64/14/11/84
1:100.000
58 /8292-69 , 57
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-1,2
/8292-73
10. PAREHT MATERIAL
a. Weathering : High
b. Lithology
c. Formation
12. HATER
11. ROCK OUTCROP: 10 %
: dacite
: Tmda
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source
: Rain
13. FISHERIES
: None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
IS. VBGEIATIGH/LAHD USE : secondary forest, bush, banana, clove (cengkeh)
Area used
: 50 %
IK ATT-FIEBATKn FpnKTm
a. Occurence : Extensive
b. Evidence : Various
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
:
Classification
Z of area
dystropepts
60 %
yes
Associated 1
hapludults
30 %
yes
Associated 2
32. REPRESEBTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
Lab. checked
Dominant >SOZ
/
/87/HJ/1010/52/
/06 /
1110 - 113
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
f. Avail. F:
method
topsoil subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEE pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. AI Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TUB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
Associated 1
fine
fine
very deep
Well drained
high
medium
medium
low
Bray I
very low
very low
low
low
high
-very strong acid
very strong acid
very low
high
yes
very deep
Well drained
140 cm
1.8
2.5
0
Associated 2
•
-
-
low
low
--low
very low
low
very low
strong acid
very strong acid
----
0.0
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
375 m
Minimum:
15 m
Range: 350 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 60% of area crested/peaked
20. PIAB/PRDFILE:
Included:
b. density: Mod. high
a. Pattern: dendritic
21. L.n. DRAINAGE: c. Variability: medium
b. Variability: Medium
a. Steepness:very steep
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: moderate
e. Curvature: straight
Valleybotterns:
%
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Interfluves : O-8Z:0 %, 9-251: 0 %, 25-551: 15 %, >55X: 85 %
2*. BBT-TKF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: high
b. Variability: Medium
Hilly
>16%,51-300m
25. TEBRAIH:
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
26. CREST/RIDGES:
e. Variability: Medium
d. Width: narrow
b. Variability: Low
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
-1- Crests & upper slopes, dystropepts, 60%
28. LABD FACETS:
- 2 - Middle & lower slopes, hapludults, 30%
-3-429. FRAGMEHTATICH: Valleys:
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.d-q: 3
19: 2
= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 3
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29:
31. ADDITIOHAL BOTES: Representatative profile for Dystropepts is extrapolated from sheet
1010. Hapludults extrapolation based on RePPProT (Land Sys B6A)
1110 - 114
LAED OBIT REPORT
LREP-SDHM, CSR-BGGGB
W F IMAGE:
CSDSS SECTICH:
H.l.3.3
H.l.3.3
A.2.2.1
1.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
13.
14.
LAHD UBIT: Hg. 1.3. 3
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 8 km2
OCOTREHCE by FROVIHCE: Lampung: 0%
S U m S IDEHTTFIEHS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
LAID OBIT DESCHIPTIOH: Strongly dissected hills,acid plutonic rocks,steep to very steep
slopes(30-75Z)
SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/64/14/11/84
AEBIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
59 /8292-21
RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-3
PAREHT MATERIAL
11. SOCK OOTCS0P: 10 %
a. Weathering : High
b. Lithology : granite
c. Formation : Kgr
HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain
FISHERIES
: None
RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
15. VBGETATICH/LAHD OSE : moist primary lowland forest, bush, alang-alang, shifting cu
ltivation, upland crops
Area used
: 20 X
16. ACCELERATED EROSIGH
a. Occurence : Extensive
b. Evidence
Various
17. SOIL GBEAT G80DP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
troporthents
32. REEBESEHTATIVE ROFILES:
ity/
/
/88/ER/1010/24/
Z of area
65 Z
20 Z
5 Z
uda/
/42 /
1110 - 115
Lab. checked
yes
yes
no
/86/AH/1010/64/
/7a /
is. son. caaBâCTEBisncs
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
c. Drainase:
d. Rmh. K:
topsoil
sobsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. F:
method
topsoil
subsoil
8- Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
ta. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al tenacity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
•. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 30Z
fine
fine
Associated 1
fine
fine
very deep
Well drained
medium
medium
medium
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
low
low
medium
medium
very strong acid
very strong acid
very low
very low
deep
Well drained
medium
medium
medium
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
very low
very low
low
medium
very strong acid
very strong acid
high
very high
yes
110 cm
2.1
7.0
0
98 cm
1.6
3.4
0
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
150 m
100 m
Bange: 125 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 60Ï of area crested/peaked
FLAH/PRQFJXE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Mod. high
L.O. DBAXHAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:Steep
b. Variability: Medium
SLOPE:
c. Length: short
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: straight
Valleybottoms:
5%
SLOPE D I S K . :
Interfluves : 0-81:0 % 9-251: 10 Z, 25-55X: 40 I, >55X: 45 %
BELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: high
b. Variability: High
TEBBAUI:
Hilly
>16*,51-300m
CHEST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Moderately long
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: narrow
e. Variability: Medium
VALLEY FLOCR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
LAUD FACETS:
-1- Upper & lower slopes, dystropepts, 65Ï
-2- Middle slopes, hapludults, 20X
-3- Crest, troporthents, 5%
-4FBAEMEBTATICH: Valleys:
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3° tenable, 4« plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c:
18.d-q: 3
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 0
31. ADDITIGHAL KOTES: Representative profiles are extrapolated from sheet 1010(Hg.1.2.2
and Hg.1.3.3)
1110 - 116
LAID DHIT REPORT
SECTICH:
MAP IMAGE:
1.
4.
5.
6.
LAUD DHIT: Htn.1.3.3
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 14 km2
rmreiPEMtür by PROVINCE: Lampung: 99%
STATDS IDERTIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
LAUD DHIT DESŒIPTICH: Strongly dissected hills,metamorphic rocks,steep to very steep
slopes (30-75Î).
123/64/14/11/84
7 . SATELLITE
8_ AIJPTAI.
1:100.000
60 /8292-005,
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-3
10. BAKERT MATERIAL.
11. ROCK OOTCSaP: 10 %
a. Weathering : High
b. Litbology : gneiss, schists,
c. F o n a t i m : Ptse
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain
FISHERIES
: None
RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
VHSEIATIOH/LAHD OSE : , bush, alang-alang, upland crops, banana, clove (cengkeh)
Area used
: 70 X
ACCELERATED EROSIOH
a. Occurence : Extensive
b. Evidence : Various
12. HATER
13.
14.
15.
16.
17. SOIL G8EAT G800P
Dominant >50I
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
kanhapludults
32. REEKESEBTATIVE RGFILES:
ity/
/340-16 /71/DN/1110/42/
Z of area
80 X
10 X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
X
/80 /
udh/
1110 - 117
/340-14
/71/SK/1110/42/
/45 /
18. SOU. CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
Dominant > SOX
a. Texture:
topsoil
fine
fine
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
deep
Drainage:
Well drained
Erch. K:
topsoil
medium
subsoil
medium
Total K2O: topsoil
high
subsoil
medium
Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
medium
subsoil
low
CEC pH 7
topsoil
low
subsoil
low
Soil Reaction:topsoil moderately acid
subsoil moderately acid
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Root obstx. layer :
80 cm
Organic Matter :
1.1
TEB :
0.0
Total observations:
0
Associated 1
medium
medium
Associated 2
deep
Well drained
very high
very high
medium
medium
slightly alkaline
neutral
80 cm
1.3
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
270 m
Minin:
10 m
Range: 225 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 602 of area crested/peaked
FLAH/IBDFILE:
Included:
b. density: Mod. high
a. Pattern: dendritic
L.D. EHAIHAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:very steep
b. Variability: High
SLOPE:
c. Length: short
d. Variability: High
e. Curvature: straight
Valleybottoms:
5X
SLOPE DISTR.:
Interfluves : O-8Z:0 X 9-25X: 20 X, 25-55X: 30 X, >55X: 45 X
mrtTKV AMPLI. : a. Amplitude: high
b. Variability: Medium
TEBRAIH:
hillocKy
>16Z, 0-50 m
c. Variability: Medium
CHEST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Short
d. Hidth: narrow
e. Variability: Medium
VALLET FLOOR:
a. Hidth: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
LARD FACETS:
-1- Crests & upper slopes, dystropepts, 80Ï
-2- Middle & lower slopes, kanhapludults, 10Î
-3-4FBAGMEBIATIOH: Valleys:
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
10.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c:
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
31. ADDITIOBAL BOTES: All representative profiles are extrapolated from Htn.1.2.2
1110 - 118
LBEP-SDBM, CSR-BOGCB
LUD OUT BEBST
IMP HUGE:
CSOSS SBCTICH:
1.6.3
B.l.5.2
B.l.6.3
1.4.2
qo&rse sedisentary
1.
LARD HRIT:
Hab.1.5.2
2. MAF SHEET: 11103. AREA: 19 km2
HWINCE: Lampung: 99!
5. SUmS TwggTrFTBHS : Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
6. l-»«i u n DESCKIFTICH: Moderately dissected rolling land with hillocks,intermediate
and mafic tuffs and lavas, slopes 8-25X.
7 . RATFffJ.ITK
123/64/14/11/84
8 . AEBIAL PBOTOGBAPHS
: 1:100.000
57 /8292-081, 60 /8295-007
9 . RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
10. wiimr MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
X
a. Weathering : Partial
b. Lithology : andesitic tuffs, basalt,
c. Formation : Qhv
12. MATES
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain
13. FISHERIES
: None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Imndation: None
15. VOSeXàHCm/JABD
OSE : , bush, shifting cultivation, upland crops, mixed gardens of
fruit trees
90 X
Area used
16.
JBÄTHl EBOSICH
*. onramnra by
a. Occurence
b. Evidence
Localised
Various
17. SOIL G8EAI GBOOF
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
32. I
ity/
Classification
dystropepts
humitropepts
X of area
70 X
30 I
Lab. checked
yes
yes
PROFILES:
/87/HJ/1010/61/
/02 /
ith/
1110 - 119
/87/ES/1010/54/
/17 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Textare:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
Bineraisoil
c. Drainage:
d. Erch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot. :
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TES :
r. Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
Dominant > 501
moderately fine
fine
Associated 1
fine
fine
very deep
Well drainea
very high
medium
very high
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
very low
very low
medium
medium
very deep
Well drained
low
low
very low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
medium
low
medium
low
excessive acid
excessive acid
medium
high
yes
moderately acid
moderately acid
very low
very low
140 cm
2.9
11.5
0
160 cm
2.7
1.8
0,
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
20. FLAB/PROFILE:
155 m
Minimi: 100 m
Range: 125 m
Dominant.: non-linear and random 40-60% of area crested/peaked
Included:
b. density: Moderate
a. Pattern: dendritic
21'. L.D. DRADUGE:
c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:sloping
b.
c. Length: short
d.
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTK. : ValleybotUms:
5 Z
Interfluves : 0-81:10 X 9-25Z: 85 X, 25-551:
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: medium
b.
23. TEBPATHRolling
9-15Z, 0-50 m
a. Shape: Undulating
26. CHEST/RIDGES:
b. Length:Short
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Low
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAID FACETS:
-1- Hilly area&upper slope, dystropepts, 70Z
-2- Middle & lower slopes, humitropepts, 30Z
-3-42 9 . FBAGHHRATIGH: Valleys:
Interfluves: Medium blocks
22. SLOPE:
Variability: Low
Variability: Low
0 Z
Variability: Low
c. Variability: Low
30. RELIABILITY:
1« reliable, 2° probable, 3= tenable, 4« plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL HOTES: Representative profiles are extrapolated from sheet 1010(Hab.1.5.2
and Hab.1.6.2)
1110 - 120
L A D ) U H I T REPORT
ISEP-SDBM, CSR-BOSOR
CROSS SECTIGH:
M à F IMiGE:
H.l.5.2
H.1.2.1
H.1.6.3
'-u MV 7
-.-jSZT-'
; £ .
'"volcanic rocks ''*
1. LUD (HIT: Hg.1.5.2
JL
>
W ^ * > ~ T J — -r' UJF rHH r" 1 ^i -Fr
2. MAP SHEET: 1110T amTvmo •
LiCUnpililg .
netaiiorphic ••
• rocks
plutonic rocks
3. AREA: 46 km2
QQ9
33A
5. SU3DS IDENTIFIERS
Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
6. LAHD DH1T DE9CRIPTECH Moderatelly dissected rolling land with hillociks,acid plutonic
rocks, slopes 8-25%.
7. SAIELLITE WüHiHK
123/64/14/11/84,
8. AWITAT- FB0XOG8APBS
1:100.000
59 /8292-021,
9. BaDAR
Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
10. PAREHT M&ZEBIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
%
Partial
a. Heatbezing
b. Lithology
granite,
c. Foination
Kgr
Fresh
a. Quality
12. H&TEK
b. Source
Rain
None
13. FISHERIES
M. RIVEES a. Floodrisk None
b. Inondation None
15. VEGXIATIOH/IAHD USE moist primary lowland forest, bush, alang-alang, upland crops,
clove (cengkeh)
50 X
Area used
16.
«rXTET-EBATSn
KBDRTm
a. Occnzence
b. Evidence
Common
Gulleys
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Doadnant >5OI
Associated 1
Associated 2
32.
ity/
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
troporthents
PROFILES:
/88/ER/1010/24/
Z of area
75 X
20 X
5 X
uda/
/42 /
1110 - 121
Lab. checked
yes
yes
no
/86-24
/81/SR/lilO/
/
/ll /
18. SOU. CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Textare:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
f. Avail. P: method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TUB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
Associated 1
moderately fine
moderately fine
very deep
Well drained
medium
medium
medium
medium
Bray I
very low
very low
low
low
medium
medium
very strong acid
very strong acid
very low
very low
very
Well
very
very
very
very
110 cm
2.1
7.0
0
Associated 2
deep
drained
low
low
low
low
very low
very low
low
low
strong acid
strong acid
0.9
3.4
0
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
150 m
Minimum: 100 m
Range: 125 m
Dominant: non-linear and random 40-60Z of area crested/peaked
20. PLAH/PB0FILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Moderate
21. L.O. DRAIHÉGE: c. Variability: low
a. Steepness:mod. steep
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: short
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: straight
23. SLOPE DISTE.:
Valleybottoms:
5Z
Interfluves : 0-81:0 X, 9-251: 80 Z, 25-551: 15 %
b. Variability: High
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: medium
25. TERRAH:
Rolling
9-15Z, 0-50 m
c. Variability: Medium
26. CREST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Undulating
b. Length:Short
d. Width: narrow
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLE7 FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Hilly area&upper slope, dystropepts, 75Ï
- 2 - Middle slopes, hapludults, 20Z
-3- Lower slopes, troporthents, 5%
-4Interfluves: Medium blocks
29. FRAGMEBTATIOH: Valleys:
30. RELIABILITY:
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4° plausible
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIONAL ROTES: Representative profile for Dystropepts is extrapolated from sheet
1010.
1110 - 122
LREP-SDEM, CSR-BOGOR
LARD OBIT REPORT
MAP IMAGE:
CROSS SECTIOB:
H.l.5.2
1.6.3
H.I.6.3
1.4.2
KUnrplüc
1 . LAID OBIT:
Hab.1.6.3
qoaise seditentîry
2. HAP SHEET: 1110-14
3. AREA: 75 km2
4 . OCCURENCE b y PRUV11CE: Lampung: 99Z
5 . S l & n i S IDE8TIFIERS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 07/06/89
Status: Final
6 . LAHD DUIT DESCKIPTICH: Strongly dissected hillocks in rolling pattern,intermediate and
7. SATELLITE
8. AEPTAI. PBOTOGRAPHS
9. RADAR
10. PAREBT MATERIAL
a. Weathering
b. Lithology
c. Formation
mafic tuffs and lavas, slopes 8-30Z.
123/64/14/11/84,
: 1:100.000
60 /8295-007,
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
11. BOCK OUTCROP:
X
: High
: andesitic tuffs, basalt,
: Qhv
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain
13. FISHERIES
: None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
15. VEGEIATIOH/LAHD USE : , bush, upland crops, rainfed wetland rice, coffee (kopi), coconut
(kelapa)
Area used
: 80 X
16. ACCELERATED EROSIOH
a. Occurence : Common
b. Evidence : Various
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Dominant >50I
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
32. REPRESEHTATtVE PROFILES:
ity/
/86-50
/81/DK/1110/14/
Z of area
90 X
10 X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
X
/14 /
uda/
1110 -
123
/341-49
/72/DR/1110/14/
/41 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
f. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
b. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al taxicity :
1. Acid salpb.. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr., layer :
p. Organic Matter ?
q. TEB :
r. Total obseirvations:
Dominant > 501
moderately fine
fine
-very deep
Well drained
--high
low
—
-high
low
--moderately acid
strong acid
-------2.1
O.C
0
Associated 1
medium
fine
-very deep
Well drained
--very low
medium
Olsen
medium
very low
very low
low
•—
neutral
neutral
—
--—
—
—
-2.2
0.0
1
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
200 m
Minimum:
50 m
Range:
75 m
Dominant: non-linear and random 40-60% of area crested/peaked
20. FLAH/FHOFILE:
Included:
b. density: Mod. high
a. Pattern: dendritic
21. L.U. DBAIHAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:sloping
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: short
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: convex
23. SLOPE DISTR. : Valleybottams:
5X
Interfluves : 0-8X:5 X. 9-25Z: 85 X, 25-55X: 5 %
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: medium
b. Variability: Medium
23. TFPPATHRolling
9-153;, 0-50 m
a. Shape: Undulating
26. CREST/RIDGES:
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLEY FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAUD FACETS:
-1- Crest & hilly area, dystropepts, 90%
-2- Rolling area, hapludults, 10%
-3-429. FRASfEHTAIIOB: Valleys:
Interfluves: Medium blocks
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3° tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 1
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL HOTES:
1110 - 124
LREP-SDBM, CSR-BOSOR
LARD DHIT REPORT
CBDSS SECTICB:
MAP IMAGE:
B.l.2.1
B.l.5.2
=2^"
iP
''volcanic rocks '' *
1.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
13.
14.
Phonic rocks
B.I.6.3
^
. ^ ^ k î
' -NT " rocks
2 . HAP ÎOIEIIT- m o 3 . AREA: 43 km2
LAUD U m i : Htn.1.6.3
(»3IKMH.E. by PROVIRCE: Lampung: 99%
SUIDS IDEHTIFIEHS : Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
LAUD UHIT DESCBIFTICB: Strongly dissected hillocks in rolling pattern,metamorfic rocks,
slopes 8-30X.
123/64/14/11/84,
SAIELUTE
AERIAL EBOIOGBAFBS : 1:100.000
59 /8292-021,
RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
BARER MATERIAL
11. ROCK OOTCBDP:
X
a. Weathering : High
b. Lithology : gneiss, schists,
c. Formation : PTse
HUER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain
FISHERIES
: None
RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
15. VBGETATICH/LAHD USE : moist primary lowland forest, bush, alang-alang, upland crops,
mixed gardens of fruit trees, rubber (karet)
is
Area used
: 80 %
inrnniATcn ronsrnfi
a. Occurence : Common
b. Evidence : Various
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Damnant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
:
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
eutropepts
Z o£ area
60 X
30 X
10 X
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
32. REEBESEHIAXIVE PROFILES:
ity/
ite/
/341-37
/86-39
/72/DR/1110/42/ /020/
/81/DK/1110/14/
/07 /
uija/
1110 - 125
/341-10
/72/SK/1110/14/
/26 /
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Textare:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
•ineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Boot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TUB :
r. Total observations:
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
Associated 1
moderately fine
fine
Associated 2
medium
fine
moderately deep
Well drained
—
-high
low
Olsen
medium
very low
medium
medium
-—
neutral
neutral
deep
Well drained
-—
medium
very low
Olsen
very low
very low
medium
low
--neutral
slightly acid
mod. shallow
Well drained
medium
very low
medium
low
Bray I
--medium
low
low
low
very strong acid
strong acid
50 cm
2.2
0.0
1
120 cm
42 cm
2.4
6.2
2
0.0
2
19. ALTITUDE:
1 25 m
Miniann: 100 m
Range: 110 m
Dominant: non-linear and random 40-60% of area crested/peaked
20. PLAH/FBOFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Mod. high
21. L.D. DRAHAGE: c. Variability: high
a. Steepness:mod. steep
b. Variability: High
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: moderate
d. Variability: High
e. Curvature: convex
5 %
23. SLOPE DISTR. : Valleybottams:
Interfluves : 0-81:20 %, 9-25Z: 55 %, 25-551: 20 %
b. Variability: Medium
24. RELIEF AMFLI.: a. Amplitude: medium
Rolling
9-15%, 0-50 m
25. TERRAIS:
c. Variability: Medium
26. CKEST/RIDGES:
a. Shape: Undulating
b. Length:Short
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAND FACETS:
-1- Crests &. upper slopes, dystropepts, 60Ï
-2- Middle slopes, hapludults, 30%
-3- Lower slopes, eutropepts, 15%
-4Interfluves: Small blocks
29. FRAGMEHTATIOB: Valleys:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2» probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 1
18.a: 2
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18.d-q: 1
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIOJUL BOIES:
1110 - 126
LAHD DUIT REPORT
LREP~SDBM, CSR—BOGOR
CBOSS SECTIOH:
MAP IMAGE:
i. i.3
a 4.4
B.7
M
coconut
seil! tuff * felsic coarse sedinentary
1.
4.
5.
6.
LARD DBIT: Hdq.4.4
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 34 km2
OCCQREHCE by PROVIHCE: Lampung: 99%
STATUS IDEHTIFIEBS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 03/06/89
Status: Final
L U D QUIT DESCRIPTION: Extremely dissected tectonic valley,acid tuffss and coarse felsic
sedimentary rocks, slopes 16-30%.
123/64/14/11/84,
7. SATELLITE
1:100.000
60 /8295-005,
8. ABPTA
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2
11. ROCK GUTCKOP:
%
10. PAREBT M&TE8IAL
a. Weathering : High
b. Lithology : liparite, sandstone,
c. Formation : Qlv
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Perennial River
13. FISHERIES
: None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
bush, alang-alang, upland crops, coffee (kopi), coconut (kelapa)
1 5 . VEBETATKH/LAHD USE :
Area used
: 80 X
16. ACCELERATED EROSICH
a. Occurence : Common
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOIL GREAT GROUP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classificatie
dystropepts
hapludults
Z of area
90 %
10 %
Lab. checked
yes
yes
32. REPRESEHTATIVE PROFILES:
uda/
1110 - 127
/341-8
/72/SK/1110/14/
/ll /
18. gnn. CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Textare:
tapsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
•dnaxalsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Excb. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
I. avail. P: method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P: topsoil
subsoil
b. CBC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al taxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Root obstx. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TEB :
r. Total observations:
Damnant > 501
moderately fine
fine
Associated 1
medium
fine
deep
Well drained
low
very low
--Bray I
low
very low
--low
very low
strong acid
strong acid
deep
Well drained
-—
very high
medium
Olsen
very high
very low
very high
medium
--neutral
slightly acid
0.0
0.0
0
100 cm
3.1
0.0
1
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
150 m
25 m
Range:
75 m
Dominant: non-linear and random < 40Ï of area flat-topped
20. PUUI/IK0FILE:
Included:
b. density: High
a. Pattern: dendritic
21. L.O. DRAXBAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:mod. steep
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: moderate
d. Variability: Medium
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottoms:
5X
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Interfluves : 0-81:0 X 9-251: 60 X, 25-551: 35 X
b. Variability: Low
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: medium
hillocKy
>16Ï, 0-50 m
25. TERKAJB:
a. Shape: .Undulating
b. Length:Short
c. Variability: Medium
26. CREST/RIDGES:
d. Width: narrow
e. Variability: Low
27. VALLEI FLOOR:
a. Width: very narrow
b. Variability: Low
28. LAHD FACETS:
-1- Crests & lower slopes, dystropepts, 90X
-2- Middle Slopes, hapludults, WX
-3-4Interfloves: Medium blocks
2 9 . FRAGMEHTATIOB: Valleys:
30. RELIABILITY:
= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 2
18.b: 2 18.c:
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
29: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL BOTES: Dystropepts extrapolation based on RePPProT (Land System SAA).
1110 - 128
LAHD OBIT SEFCBT
LREP-SDBM, CSB-BOGCB
MAP IMAGE:
CBOSS SECTICB:
1.
4.
5.
6.
LASD OHIT: Mab.2.2.3
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 39 km2
OCCOBESCE by PROVIBCE: Lampung: 99%
STATUS IDEHTIFIEBS
: Updated by: DR
edit date: 05/06/89
Status: Final
LAHD OHIT DESCRIPTICH: Strongly dissected mountains,intermediate and mafic tuffs and
lavas, steep to very steep slopes (30-75%)
7. SATELLITE SCEflES
: 123/64/14/11/84
8. AFBTAI. PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
57 /8292-073, 57 /8292-077, 58 /8292-063
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
10. PARE8T MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP:
%
a. Heathering : Partial.
b. Litfaology : andesitic tuffs, andesitic lavas,
c. Formation : Qhv
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain, Perennial River
13.. FISHERIES
: None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation: None
13. VEGETATICH/LAHD OSE : moist primary lowland forest, bush, alang-alang, shifting cu
ltivation, upland crops, clove (cengkeh), banana, towns, villages
area used
: 40 %
16. ACCELERATED EROSICH
a. Occurence : Extensive
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOIL G8EAT GBODP
Dominant >50Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
humi tropepts
Z of area
50 %
40 %
10 %
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
32. REPRESEHTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
ith/
/
/
/87/US/1010/ /
/87/SR/1010/ /
/19 /
/31 /
uda/
1110 - 129
/87/TB/1010/
/
/05
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
a. Texture:
topsoil
subsoil
b. Depth:
peatsoil
Qineralsoil
c. Drainage:
d. Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
e. Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
£. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
g. Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
i. Soil Reaction: topsoil
subsoil
j. Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
k. Al toxicity :
1. Acid sulph. pot.:
m. Salinity :
n. Other Toxicity:
o. Soot obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
q. TÊB :
r. Total observations:
19. ALTITUDE:
ZO. PLAH/FBOFILE:
2 1 . L.O. DRAHUGE:
2 2 . SLOPE:
2 3 . SLOPE DISTR.:
2 4 . RELIEF AMPLI. :
2 5 . TERRAIH:
2 6 . CHEST/RIDGES:
2 7 . VALLET FLOOR:
2 8 . LAND FACETS:
2 9 . FRAGMEHTATIOH:
Dominant > 501
moderately fine
fine
Associated 1
fine
fine
Associated 2
fine
fine
very deep
Well drained
medium
low
low
Bray I
very low
very low
low
very low
low
low
very strong acid
very strong acid
medium
high
no
very deep
Well drained
very low
very low
very low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
medium
medium
medium
medium
strong acid
strong acid
very low
high
no
deep
Moderately well
low
low
low
low
Bray I
very low
very low
low
low
low
low
very strong acid
very strong acid
high
very high
no
120 cm
2.2
2.0
0
120 cm
2.1
4.2
0
90 cm
3.0
2.5
0
low
•
450 m
100 m
Range: 300 m
Dominant: linear and random > 60% of area crested/peaked
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Mod. high
c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:Steep
b. Variability: Medium
c. Length: moderate
d. Variability: High
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottoms:
%
Interfluves : 0-81:0 %, 9-251: 10 %, 25-551: 50 %, >55X: 40 %
a. Amplitude: very high
b. Variability: Medium
Mountainous >16Z, >300m
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Moderately long
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
a. Width:
b. Variability:
-1- Crest & upper slopes, dystropepts, 50%
-2- Middle slopes, hapludults, 40%
-3- Lower slopes, humitropepts, 10%
-4Valleys:
Interfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3 s tenable, 4= plausible
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 1
18.b: 2
18.c: 1
18-d-q: 2
19: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADDITIOSAL HOTES: Representative profiles are extrapolated from sheet 1010.
1110 - 130
LBEP-SDS1, CSS-BOGOB
LAUD OBIT 8EPCKI
MAP IMAGE:
CROSS SECTICH:
X.2.3.3
K.2.3.3
«.2.2.3
Volcanic rocfc>
1.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
if ' " S
2. MAP SHEET: 11103. AREA: 93 km2
1AHD UNIT: Mb. 2. 2. 3
OCCnSESCE by PBOWIBCE: Lampung: 99X
edit date: 05/06/89
Status: Final
SX&IOS IDEHTLFIESS
: Updated by: DR
L&HD OHIT DESCKIPTIOB: Strongly dissected mountains,intermediate and mafic lavas, steep
to very steep slopes (30-75%).
SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/64/14/11/84,
ASSIAL EHOTOGKAFBS
: 1:100.000
57 /8292-77 , 58 /8292-67 .
RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
FAREBT MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP: 10 %
a. Weathering : High
b. Lltfaology : andesitic lavas,
c. Formation : Tov
HATER
a. Quality : None
b. Source :
13. FISHERIES
:
14. HIVERS a. Floodriak :
b. InandatxGn:
15. VEGETATICB/LAHD USE :
Area used
:
16. ACCELERATED EROSION
a. Occorence :
b. Evidence :
Rain, Perennial River
None
None
None
secondary forest, bush, clove (cengkeh)
40 %
Extensive
Gulleys
17. SOIL GREAT GKOOP
Dominant >3OZ
Associated 1
Classification
dystropepts
hapludults
Z of area
55 X
35 X
X
Associated 2
Lab.
checked
32. REFBESBBTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
/
/87/US/1010/ /
/19 /
1110 - 131
/87/TB/1010/
/
/05 /
18. SOIL
Properties
a. Texture:
b.
c.
d.
e.
£.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
Drainage:
Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. P:
method
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
AI toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Root obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TES :
Total observations:
Dominant > 501
moderately fine
fine
-very deep
Well drained
medium
low
low
low
Bray I
very low
very low
low
very low
low
low
very strong acid
very strong acid
medium
high
yes
-—
-120 cm
2.2
2.0
0
Associated 1
fine
fine
-very deep
Well drained
very low
very low
very low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
medium
medium
medium
medium
strong acid
strong acid
very low
high
yes
-—
—
120 cm
2.1
4.2
0
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
400 m
Minimum:
25 m
250 m
Dominant: non-linear and random > 60% of area crested/peaked
PLAN/EBOFILE:
Included:
b. density: Mod. high
a. Pattern: dendritic
L.O. DBADUGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:very steep
Variability: Medium
SLOPE:
Variability: Medium
c. Length: long
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottoms:
%
SLOPE DISTR. :
Intertitres : 0-81:10 % 9-251: 15 X, 25-55Z: 30 %, >55I:. 45 %
RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: very high
b. Variability: Medium
Mountainous >16%, >300m
TEBBAIB:
a. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Long
CHEST/RIDGES:
c. Variability: Medium
d. Width: wide
e. Variability: High
VALLES FLOCK:
b. Variability:
a. Hidth:
LAND FACETS:
-1- Crest & upper slopes dystropepts, 55%
-2- Middle & lower slopes, hapludults, 35%
-3-4Interfloves:
fHAGMEHTATIGH: Valleys:
19. ALTITUDE:
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30. RELIABILITY:
lO.b : 2 12.a: 2
18.d-q: 2
19: 2
= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 2
18.a: 3
18.b: 3
18.c:
22: 2
23: 3
24: 2
28: 2
29: 2
31. ADDIÏICHAL DOTES: Representative profiles are extrapolated from sheet 1010.
1110 - 132
LREP-SDBM, CSR-BOGOR
LAHD UNIT BEFOSI
CSDSS S H m O B :
MAP IMAGE:
1. LAHD MIT: Mb.2.3.3
2. HAP SHEET: 1110-
3. AREA: 113 km2
4 . OCCORESCE b y FBUV1MUE: Lampung: 99%
5 . STATUS IBBHTIFIE8S
: Updated by: DR
edit date: OS/06/89
Status: Final
.
6 . 1ASD DHIT DESCRIPTIOS: Strongly dissected mountain, intermediate and mafic lavas, ubrupts
slopes (>75%)
7 . SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/64/14/11/88,
8.
;
ATOTAT- IWBIT!M-JIAPWK
9 . BADAR
1:100.000
57
/8292-073, 58 /8292-069,
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
11. ROCK OTTCBQP: 10 %
10. PARE9T MATERIAL
a. Weathering : High
b. Lithology : andesitic lavas,
c. Foimation : Tov
12. HATEft
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source :' Rain
13. FISHERIES
: None
14. RIVERS a. Floodxisk :
b. Inundation : None
15. VEGEIATIGB/LAHD OSE : moist primary lowland forest, bush, upland crops, clove (cengkeh),
coffee (kopi)
Area used
: 40 %
16. ACCELERATED EB0SI08
a. Occurence : Common
b. Evidence : Gulleys
17. SOIL GREAT GBOOP
Dooinant >50Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
Z of area
60 X
30 %
hapludults
32. REPRESENTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
/
/87/SR/1010/
Lab. checked
no
no
X
/
/3 /
uda/
- 133
/87/HJ/1010/
/
/ll /
is. son.
Properties
a. Texture:
b.
c.
d.
e.
£.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
m.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
mineralsoil
Drainage:
Exch. K:
topsoil
subsoil
Total K2O: topsoil
subsoil
Avail. F:
Method
topsoil
subsoil
Total P:
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid solph. pot.:
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Root obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
Damnant > 501
fine
fine
-very deep
Well drained
low
low
low
very low
Bray I
very low
very low
medium
low
medium
low
strong acid
strong acid
medium
medium
—
---—
0.0
0.0
0
Associated 1
Associated 2
0.0
0.0
0
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
600 m
Mînimani: 250 m
Range: 500 m
ixiainant: non-linear and random > 60% of area crested/peaked
20. FLAB/PROFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: Mod. high
21. L-B. IDS/USAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:extremely steep
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: Medium
c. Length: long
e. Curvature: convex
Valleybottoms:
0%
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Intexfluves : O-8Z:0 X, 9-25X: 0 X, 25-55Z: 15 %, >55Z: 85 %
b. Variability: Low
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: very high
25. TEEHAIH:
Mountainous >16%, >300m
26. CREST/RIDGES:
c. Variability: Medium
a. Shape: Undulating
b. JLength:Moderately long
d. Width: moderate
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLEY FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28. LAHD FACETS:
-1- Upper & middle slopes, hapludults, 50%
-2- Crest & lower slopes, dystropepts, 40%
-3- lower slopes, troporthents, 10%
-*29. FRAGMEflTATIGB: Valleys:
Intexfluves:
30. RELIABILITY:
lO.b : 1 12.a: 2
18.d-q: 3
19: 2
» reliable, 2 s probable, 3= tenable, 4° plausible
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 3
18.a: 3
18.b: 2
18.c:
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
31. ADOITÏOKAL BOTES: Hapludults extrapolation based on RePPProT (Land System TWI).
1110 - 136
LREP-SDBM, CSR-BQGGR
LATO DHIT REPORT
CBOSS SBCTIOH:
MAP IMAGE:
H.2.2.3
X.2.1.4
A.5
escarpuent
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 67 km2
LAHD HUIT: Mab.2.3.4
OOCDBBKE by PROVINCE: Lampung: 99%
edit date: 05/06/89
Status: Final
SUHIS IDEHTIFHHS
: Updated by: DR
Extremely
dissected
mountains,intermediate
and
mafic tuffs and
LARD DHIT DESCRIPTICB:
lavas, abrupts slopes (>75X).
7. SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/64/14/11/84,
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
59 /8292-19
9- KADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
10. PARE8T MATERIAL
11. BOCK OOTCSaP: 15 %
a. Weathering : Partial
b. Lithology : andesitic tuffs, andesitic lavas,
c. Formation : Qhv
1.
4.
5.
6.
12. HATES
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source
Rain, Perennial River
13. F1SHEHIES
None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk
None
None
13. VBSETATIOH/LAHD OSE moist primary lowland forest, bush, alang-alang, clove (cengkeh)
Area used
45 %
16. AOCELEKATED EBOSICB
a. Occorence
b. Evidence
Extensive
Gulleys
17. SOIL GSEAT GB0OP
Doadnant >50Z
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
humitropepts
eutropepts
X of area
50 X
20 %
15 X
32. REPRESEHTATIVE FROF1LES:
ity/
ite/
/
/184-4
/87/US/1010/ /
/81/NS/1110/14/
/19 /
/ll /
1110 - 137
Lab. checked
yes
yes
yes
18. SOIL CHARACTERISTICS
Properties
Damnant > 501
a. Textare:
topsoil
moderately fine
subsoil
fine
b. Depth:
peatsoil
—
very deep
c. Drainage:
Well drained
d. Ezcb. K:
topsoil
medium
subsoil
low
e. Total K2O: topsoil
low
subsoil
low
Bray I
£. Avail. P:
method
topsoil
very low .
subsoil
very low
g. Total P:
topsoil
low
subsoil
very low
h. CEC pH 7
topsoil
low
subsoil
low
i. Soil Reaction:topsoil very strong acid
subsoil very strong acid
medium
j. Ai Sat.
topsoil
subsoil
high
k. AI toxicity :
yes
—
1. Acid sulpb. pot.:
B. Salinity :
--n. Other Toxicity:
-o. Root obstr. layer :
p. Organic Matter :
2.2
2.0
q. TEB :
0
r. Total observations:
associated 1
fine
fine
—
very deep
Well drained
low
low
low
very low
very low
very low
low
very low
medium
low
excessive acia
very strong acid
very high
very high
yes
----0.0
0.0
0
Associated 2
fine
fine
.
very deep
Well drained
low
very low
low
low
—
-low
very low
medium
medium
slightly acid
slightly acid
—
--—
--—
2.4
14.2
0
19. ALTITUDE:
25 m
Range: 350 m
550 m
Minimum:
Dominant: linear and random > 60% of area crested/peaked
20. PIAB/PHOFILE:
Included:
a. Pattern: dendritic
b. density: High
21. L.U. DHAŒAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:extremely steep
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
d. Variability: High
c. Length: short
e. Curvature: convex
0%
23. SLOPE DISTR. : Valleybottoms:
Interfiles : 0-8t:15 %, 9-251: 0 %, 25-55Z: 10 %, >55Z: 75 %
b. Variability: Medium
24. RELIEF AMPLI.: a. Amplitude: very high
Mountainous >16%, >300m
23. TERHAIH:
26. CHEST/RIDGES:
b. Length:Moderately long
c. Variability: Medium
ä: Irregular
e. Variability: Medium
d. Width: narrow
27. VALLET FLOOS:
b. Variability:
a. Width:
28. LARD FACETS:
-1- Crest,upper&mid slopes, dystropepts, 50%
-2- Lower slopes, humitropepts, 20%
-3- Lower slopes, eutropepts, 15%
-•29. FRAGMEHTATICH: Valleys:
Interfloves:
1= reliable, 2= probable, 3= tenable, 4= plausible
30. RELIABILITY:
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 3
18.a: 2
18.b: 3
18.c:
10-b : 1 12.a: 2
22: 2
23: 2
24: 2
28: 3
29: 2
18.d-q: 3
19: 2
31. ADDITIOHAL HOTES: Representative profiles for Dystropepts is extrapolated from sheet
1010. Humitropepts extrapolation based on RePPProT.
1110 - 138
LAHD OBIT REPORT
LKEP-SDBf, CSB-BOSGR
MAP IMAGE:
CSOSS SECTICH:
K.2.3.4
H.2.2.3
A.2.2.1
volcanic rocte
colluvial
1.
OBIT: Mb. 2. 3. 4
2. MAP SHEET: 1110
3. AREA: 70 km2
*.
tiWrH by PBUVINCE: : 0%
5. STATUS EDEHTIFIESS
Updated by: DR
edit date: 05/06/89
Status: Final
6. LASD OBIT DESCRIPTIOS: Extremely dissected mountains,intermediate and mafic lavas, abrupts
slopes (>75%).
7. SATELLITE SCEHES
: 123/63/14/11/84,
8. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
: 1:100.000
58 /8292-67
9. RADAR
: Star-I/250/88/1110-2,3
10. PAREST MATERIAL
11. ROCK OUTCROP: 15 X '
a. Weathering : High
b. Lithology : andesitic lavas,
c. Formation : Tov
12. HATER
a. Quality : Fresh
b. Source : Rain, Perennial River
13. FISHERIES
: None
14. RIVERS a. Floodrisk : None
b. Inundation : None
15. VEGEIAÏIOB/LAND OSE : moist primary lowland forest, bush, alang-alang, upland crops,
clove (cengkeh)
Area used
: 40 X
16. ACCELERATED EROSION
a. Occuxence : Extensive
b. Evidence : Various
17. SOIL GSEAT GBOUP
Dominant >SOZ
Associated 1
Associated 2
Classification
dystropepts
X of area
50 X
20 X
15 X
eutropepts
humitropepts
Lab. checked
no
yes
32. REPKESEHTATIVE PROFILES:
ity/
/
.
/87/SR/1010/ /
/3 /
ite/
1110 - 139
/184-4
/81/NS/1110/14/
/Oil/
u. son.
Properties
a. Textare:
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
1.
•.
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
topsoil
subsoil
Depth:
peatsoil
•ri nitr^l f 1 ! 1
Drainage:
Exch. K :
topsoil
subsoil
Total K 2 O : topsoil
subsoil
Avail. F:
aethod
topsoil
subsoil
Total F:
topsoil
subsoil
CEC pH 7
topsoil
subsoil
Soil Reaction:topsoil
subsoil
Al Sat..
topsoil
subsoil
Al toxicity :
Acid sulph. pot. :
Salinity :
Other Toxicity:
Boot obstr. layer :
Organic Matter :
TEB :
Total observations:
Dominant > 501
fine
fine
-very deep
Well drained
high
high
high
high
Bray I
very low
very low
medium
low
low
low
moderately acid
strong acid
very low
very low
----—
3.8
7.7
0
Associated 1
fine
fine
Associated 2
fine
fine
very deep
Well drained
low
very low
low
low
very deep
Well drained
low
low
low
very low
low
very low
medium
medium
slightly acid
slightly acid
very low
very low
low
very low
medium
low
excessive acid
very strong acid
very high
very high
2.3
14.2
0
0.0
0.0
0
19. ALTITUDE:
250 m
Range: 800 m
1225 m
Donnant: linear and random : 60% of area crested/peaked
20. FLAB/PROFILE:
TncTnded:
b. density: High
a. Pattern: dendritic
21. L.O. IKAIBAGE: c. Variability: medium
a. Steepness:extremely steep
b. Variability: Medium
22. SLOPE:
c. Length: short
d. Variability: High
e. Curvature: convex
ValleybottcBS:
0%
23. SLOPE DISTR.:
Intarfluves : O-8Z:1S % 9-25Z: 0 %, 25-55Z: 5 %, >55X: 80 %
24. BELIEF âMFLI.: a. Amplitude: very high
b. Variability: Medium
Mountainous >16%, >300m
25. TBBBATWa. Shape: Irregular
b. Length:Moderately long
c. Variability: Medium
26.
d. Width: narrow
e. Variability: Medium
27. VALLET FLOOR:
a. Width:
b. Variability:
28. IAHD FACETS:
-1- Crest & upper slopes dystropepts, 50%
-2- Middle & lower slopes, eutropepts, 20%
-3- Lower slopes, humitropepts, 15%
-4Interfluves:
2 9 . FRaOCTTATIOH: Valleys:
30. RELIABELITÏ:
1» reliable, 2 " probable, 3= tenable, 4-= plausible
lO.b : 2 12.a: 1
14.a: 1
14.b: 1
17: 3
18.a: 3
18.b: 3
18.c: 3
18.d-q: 3
19: 1
22: 1
23: 2
24: 1
28: 3
29: 0
31. ADDITIOH&L HOTES: This LU is extrapolated from sheet 1010 and RePPProT.
1110 - 14U
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