Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education

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ISSN / EISSN : 2580-1775 / 2580-4030
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Indang Dewata
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 67-74; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.194

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Population growth has an impact on land resource needs, pressure on land use will have an impact on environmental degradation. As an effort to reduce pressure, policy efforts in land use are needed. This study aims to develop dynamic models in land use and develop land use policy direction.The method used in dynamic modeling uses system analysis and land change policy direction using ISM analysis. In dynamic modeling, land use change uses three scenarios, namely: optimistic scenario, muder scenario, and pessimistic scenario. In determining the direction of the policy involving all stakeholders as many as 15 experts. The results of dynamic model analysis show that forest area changes from time to time of 1.6 percent per year. Changes in forest areas will have an impact on increasing environmental disasters. As an effort to save the environment, there is a need for law enforcement and strict sanctions against perpetrators of forest area destruction
Enti Enti, Khairani Khairani
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 107-110; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.203

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This research was aimed to know the implementation of information processing learning model in building student's islamic charactera at state senior high schools in East Lombok. East lombok is very famous of its iconic destination of thousand mosques. Its islamic nature become the reason of the development of Islmac education in high schools in East Lombok. The purpose of this reswarch was two discuss the strengths of information processing learning model in building student's islamic characters. It was a qualitative research, using a descriptive approach. To collect the data, field observation and interview with sources about the model information were conducted. The result of this research is expected to give a description of the model implementation at state senior high schools in East Lombok.
Tila Novita, Iswandi Umar
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 36-41; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.180

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This research was aimed to analize community perception of disaster recovery after the February 2019 earthquake in Solok Selatan . It used a qualitative method and interactive analysis. The research location was Sangir Balai Jonggo in Solok Selatan Regency. Observation, interview, document study and FGD were conducted to collect desired data. Two types of data were obtained. Primary data were collected from the informants selected through purposive sampling including the local community and the government in the affected area, while secondary data were obtained from related local literatures. The informants were Sekcam (District Head) and the community affected by the disaster in Sangir Balai Janggo, Solok Selatan. Physical recovery was done in the 3 most damaged nagaris (village). One of them is Nagari.Sungai Kunyit. There were 67 severely damaged houses, 91 were moderately damaged, and 192 were slightly damaged. Futhermore, the earthquake also affected the facilities in 4 nagaris in Sangir Balai Jonggo; 6 medical centres, 28 schools, and 18 mosques. The result showed that most community were satisfied with the recovery program and they gave positive feedback especially on the aid given to them. The recovery included donation for the victims like basic foods, clean water, instant foods, baby supplies, etc, therapy treatment by doctors and volunteers to help with their mental state and to build their confidence after the earthquake. Key Words: Perception, Disaster, Recovery.
Takdir Alamsyah, Eri Barlian, Nurhasan Syah
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 62-66; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.190

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The purpose of this study is 1) to know the condition of physical parameters, free groundwater chemistry; 2) to what extent of leachate water contamination of against free groundwater in the Air Dingin landfill, Padang City. The data analysis technique used in this study is based on Minister of Health Regulation Number 419/1990 concerning Water Quality Requirements and Supervision, and Government Regulation Number 82/2010 concerning Management of Water Quality and Water Pollution Control. The water quality physics test results show 1) smell and taste meet the quality standard requirements; 2) water temperature meets quality standard requirements; 3) watercolour meets quality standard requirements; 4) Dissolved Solids (TDS) meet the quality standard requirements; and 5) Suspended Solids (TSS) meet the quality standard requirements, while the chemical quality of water shows 1) pH below the quality standard; 2) Arsenic below the quality standard; 3) Cadmium is below the quality standard; 4) Chromium below the quality standard; 5) Iron below the quality standard; 6) Lead below the quality standard; 7) Manganese below the quality standard; 8) Free groundwater below the quality standard; and 9) COD below the quality standard.. Leachate water that comes out laterally from the garbage pile tends to flow following the contour of the land towards a lower direction.
Nofrion N, Rahmanelli Rahmanelli, Yurni Suasti, Khairani Khairani, Bayu Wijayanto, Bigharta Bekti Susetyo, Rery Novio, Surtani Surtani
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 75-81; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.191

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The purpose of this article is to describe the EXO OLO TASK Learning Model as a learning model that can develop variative and creative learning activities. This model is also relevant to the 21st century learning skills and Curriculum 2013 learning. This article is a conceptual idea based on underlying theories and concepts and supported by empirical data because it was developed in dissertation research using the ADDIE development model. This model has four syntaxes, namely, 1) strengthening concepts, 2) EXO TASK, 3) OLO TASK, 4) Reflection. The advantages of this learning model are: 1) can develop creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration and higher-order thinking skills of students as the core of 21st century learning, 2) can develop higher quality learning activities and more complete learning experiences, 3) the multilevel and challenging questions is the trigger for the expected learning activity. The application of this learning model can help teachers to answer basic questions about 21st century learning that is "what should students do at class?".
Triyatno Yatno Yatno, Febriandi Febriandi, Aprizon Putra, Eni Kamal
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 87-93; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.196

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The research about the identification of mangrove physical condition and the change of mangrove area has aims are knowing of mangrove physical condition and the change of mangrove area in the coastal region southern part of Padang city. The method used in this research is the field survey and multi-temporal satellite imagery analysis in 2001 and 2018 year. Based on the field survey at the date of August 18, 2017 generally the mangrove that found in research location i.e Rhizophora Apiculata, Rhizophora mucronata, Sonneratia alba, and Nypa. The spatial distribution of the mangrove ecosystem is dependent on the ecological conditions of the area as reflected by the types of mangrove vegetation that grows and develops in the research location. A decrease in mangrove area that occurred between of 2001 to the 2017 years i.e in the coastal region of Bungus bay i.e 5.54 ha, where the decrease in mangrove area occurred because some mangrove plants were cut down and made the settlement land, while in the region of Sungai Pisang bay happen to increase in mangrove area i.e 36.12 ha, where the increase in mangrove area occurred because of the region obstructed by big waves of the sea (protected small the islands).
Deni Diana, L. Sukardi
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 42-48; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.177

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Research's purposed to gain data, collect, process, and analyze and describe adaptation community based indigenous knowledge in recovery disaster post- disaster quake South Solok. Method research that used is method qualitative being focused at excavation information about adaptation community that composed of adaptation social, adaptation economy, and adaptation physical / residential. Research's carried in Sangir, district South Solok. In research's included 10 people as the informant, the prescribed with way snowballed and accompanied by readiness they engage in researches. Data that gathered use engineering observation, interview, and documented. Data analysis in research done with use engineering reduction data, interpretation data and retrieval conclusion. Result research show that: 1). Adaptation indigenous knowledge shape building community after occurring quake in district South Solok that is society back use indigenous knowledge that is trying to established building with use material-bachelor of arts) than quality well and of course with material wood with shape building stilt house, 2). Adaptation indigenous knowledge cooperate-mutual in social life after occurring quake in district South Solok that is worked-mutual inter protect one equal other in face disaster, 3). Adaptation indigenous knowledge community in thing activity religion after occurring quake in district South Solok that does recitation for more bring closer self to the creator, 4). Adaptation wisdom local in thing shape economy community after occurring quake in district South Solok that seeks to not working forest prohibition for economic activity because worried about happening of imbalance balance nature, 5). Adaptation indigenous knowledge community against knowledge about quake after occurring quake in district South Solok that is trying to understand what action that must be done when occurring disaster and should keep control oneself, 6). Adaptation indigenous knowledge community against forest management about quake after occur quake in district South Solok that is forest management post-disaster try so that forest such reduced for plant oil palm so that water supply people not decreased and not occur avalanche.
Yeni Putri, John Rey Chester
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 18-25; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.176

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The purpose of this study is to express the role of the community in the psychological recovery of children after the earthquake in SouthSolok. The type of research used is descriptive qualitative research, with the sampling technique is purposive sampling. Data collection techniques used were interviews and documentation, then the data obtained were analyzed descriptively to present the facts encountered in the field. The results of the study are 1) The government's role in the psychological recovery of children after the earthquake in South Solok was very important where the government can reduce psychologists or volunteers who have the experience to help psychologically recover post-disaster children, 2) The role of NGOs in post-child psychological recovery earthquake disaster in SouthSolok Regency namely assisting experts in the process of psychological recovery of children after an earthquake, 3) The role of custom in the psychological recovery of children after the earthquake in south Solok Regency, 4) the role of universities in children's psychological recovery after the earthquake in SouthSolok Regency that is helping the government, NGOs and the community in psychological recovery of children by providing entertainment, such as reading stories, playing or watching together, and 5) the role of the community in the psychological recovery of children after the earthquake in South Solok Regency by sending assistance in the form of toys, clothes, foods and funds for these children. So, these five elements have a very important role and work together to be able to help the psychological recovery of children after the earthquake in south Solok.
Sugiharto Sugiharto, Fitra Delita, Tumiar Sidauruk
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 1-9; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.188

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The spatial distributions of tourist sites is one of basic components to formulating the tourism development policy based on their characteristics and promote tourist sites. GIS technology very helpfull to develop many kinds of sectors including tourism sectors. This research aims to map the distribution of tourist sites in Samosir District. The data used are compiled from observation and survey. Furthermore, the data were analyzed using Arc GIS software to obtain the map of tourist sites in Samosir District. The results reveals that almost 75 tourist attractions spread in 9 subdistricts in Samosir. Distribution of most sites is located mostly in the subdistrict of Simanindo and least in Sitiotio District. Tourism supporting infrastructure facilities such as hotels and other accommodations are also most in Simanindo District.
Venny Wira Ayu Lestari, Aung Zin Kyaw Lee
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education, Volume 3, pp 26-30; doi:10.24036/sjdgge.v3i1.184

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The purpose of this study was to know the society’s perception in overcoming of illegal logging in South Solok district. This study was a qualitative study by using the key informant. Informants were selected with using purpose sampling technique. The techniques of data collection were observation, interviews, documentation and FGD (Focus Group Discussion). The effort that has been done by the government and society of south solok district in overcoming the illegal logging is establishing the unity of forest supervision based on area (PHBN), where the supervisory officers were recruited from the community leaders and youth. In conducting forest supervision, local government is always patrolling integrated and give the socialization to the community around the forest. Keyword: Participation, Forest logging
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