Watuata Nature Reserve area located at an altitude of more than 1000 masl, formed on an old volcanic area with natural phenomena such as the appearance of the landscape (landscape) and the form of land (landform) due to geomorphological processes that have occurred such as: eruption, erosion, mass movements show that the dominance of the land area of 3346.5 hectares or 68.38% is a volcanic landform slopes very tertoreh are given to show us how tough that terrain / topography of the area because more half Watuata Nature Reserve has a steep ravine and steep cliffs.


Mountainous topography covering an area of 3759.29 hectares or 76.82% is the scene of the most frequently encountered in natural reserve areas Watuata as a result of geological processes underlying the formation of Watuata Nature Reserve area, while the other sights in the form of a wavy and undulating hills.


Land use land cover by vegetation is both natural and cultivated by humans and may reflect the pattern of land management that occurred in the area Watuata Nature Reserve, as shown in the table below which illustrates that the existing forest in the Nature Reserve Watuata of 1169.58 hectares or 23.90%, while the shrub is quite dominant land panggunaan ie 30.98%. Fields and plantations as a form of land use results of human intervention each covering an area of 815.85 hectares and 606.11 hectares of land showing has occurred processing Watuata Nature reserve areas for aquaculture activities by the community.

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