Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Jembrana Regency

Jembrana is the most western district of the Province of Bali has a very strategic position and is the main connecting line all the activities and information flows between the towns on the island of Java to Bali, NTB and NTT through the land. And no doubt, Jembrana development in all areas showed a significant development. In the past ten years, Jembrana keep clean and improve a variety of resources both human and natural.

Jembrana was originally divided into four districts whose office is located on the main road (National road) covering most of western succession is Melaya, Negara, Mendoyo and Pekutatan. Since the year 2008, Negara District bloomed into 2 of the State itself and the District of Jembrana District. And since then Jembrana divided into five districts. Total rural / urban village located in Jembrana are 51 villages / village with details of each
districts are as follows:
1. District of Melaya: 10 villages / village
2. District of Negaro: 12 villages / village
3. District of Jembrana: 10 villages / village
4. District of Mendoyo: 11 villages / village
5. District of Pekutatan: 8 villages

Jembrana region has two seasons namely the rainy season and dry season. Season occurs in the Jembrana is generally not much different from the season that occurred in Indonesia who are affected by wind currents blowing from Australia which does not contain much moisture. This resulted in the dry season in Indonesia. Instead in December to March the wind flow emanating from Asia and the Pacific Ocean and contains a lot of water vapor across the land in Indonesia that is a concern of the rainy season. Rainfall is strongly influenced by climatic conditions, location and velocity of air current goegrafis. Air temperature ranged Jembrana 20C-39C with optimum temperature of 29C - 32c, air humidity between 74-87%.

As in other districts also carry out development in all areas, land transfer to non-wetland (not) fields can not be avoided. Land use that occurred in Jembrana include dry land / gardens, ponds, residential / housing and other needs. Mutation rate of the paddy fields in 2002-2006 a number of 281.5 hectares per year. While mutations to non-rice paddy field from 2006-2007 occurred only 49 acres and from the years 2007-2008 occurred over the function of the land area of 72 hectares.