Geomorphological Survey and Mapping



Geomorphological surveys and mapping are very important to describe genetically landforms and processes that occur in the past or present and their relationship with landforms in spatial arrangements (Van Zuidam, 1979). This is intended so that the development of an area can run efficiently and following the requirements of environmental sustainability (Dibyosuprapto, 2001). Geomorphology which examines the earth’s surface with emphasis on the origin of landforms and geomorphological processes that caused changes in landforms from time to time have a major role in regional development planning. In development planning, the availability of physical data of an area is needed resulting from surveys and geomorphological mapping, landforms reflect the potential for developing an area.


Geomorphological research and mapping systems have been developed in harmony with the objectives of the research it is doing, but there is still a lot of confusion, especially in understanding geomorphology for geological mapping. One system that has been widely used for various purposes is the system developed by the International Institute for Aerial Survey and Earth Sciences (ITC), the Netherlands. Verstappen (1967 and 1968) and Van Zuidam (1968 and 1975) have developed geomorphological research systems based on their experience throughout the world, especially in the tropics (Indonesia and Latin America), hereinafter referred to as geomorphological map-making systems for various purposes. The ITC method can be used for geological mapping because it incorporates several aspects of geomorphology accompanied by simple and clear legends so that it becomes a geomorphological mapping system that has clear characteristics.



After this training, participants are expected to:

  1. Understand the principles in geomorphological mapping and make geomorphological maps for various applied studies
  2. Identifying geomorphological data
  3. Analyzing and classifying geomorphological data
  4. Know the benefits of geomorphological mapping



  1. Basic principles of geomorphological mapping
  2. The elements in making geomorphological mapping
  3. Basics of geomorphological surveys for various purposes
  4. Geomorphological data acquisition processes
  5. Geomorphological survey approach
  • Analytic
  • Synthetic
  • Parametric
  1. Analysis and classification of geomorphological data
  2. Steps in geomorphological mapping
  3. Case Study



This training is intended for:

  1. Lecturer or lecturer in the Faculty of Geography, Civil Engineering;
  2. City and Spatial Planning Consultant;
  3. Practitioners, Professionals or anyone who wants to add knowledge about Geophormology mapping.



Presentations, Discussions, Brain Storming, Case Study.



  • 16-18 Desember 2020
  • 22-24 December 2020
  • 29-31 December 2020
  • 6-8 Januari 2021
  • 3-5 Februari 2021
  • 3-5 Maret 2021
  • 29-31 Maret 2021
  • 7-9 April 2021
  • 5-7 Mei 2021
  • 2-4 Juni 2021
  • 7-9 Juli 2021
  • 4-6 Agustus 2021
  • 1-3 September 2021
  • 28-30 September 2021
  • 6-8 Oktober 2021
  • 3-5 November 2021
  • 1-3 Desember 2021



  • Ibis Styles Hotel Yogyakarta
  • Gino Feruci Hotel Bandung*
  • Sofyan Hotel Jakarta*
  • Harris Seminyak Hotel Bali*
  • In House Training*
  • E-Learning*


The Facility and Investment

  • The facility: Hard Copy Material, USB Flash disk, Training Kits, Coffee Break & Lunch, Certificate, Photo Group, Souvenir;
  • Investment of Rp. 6.000.000,- (Six million rupiah) per participants nonresidential
  • The price is not including taxes



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