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Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika Indonesia (Indonesian J. of Physics Education)     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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Kreano, Jurnal Matematika Kreatif-Inovatif     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
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Unnes J. of Biology Education     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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    • Authors: Chamid Abdul, Setyowati Dewi Liesnoor, Tukidi Tukidi
      Pages: 1 - 10
      Abstract: Emissions are substances, energy and or other components resulting from an activity which enter and or in the ambient air of stuffed into that have and or have no potential as polluter. On-campus UNNES emissions resulting from two sources, namely, from motor vehicles and the use of the genset. The population of this study is the tree and emissions. The variable in this study i.e. the distribution of the trees, the fuel consumption and carbondioxide emissions of the oil, the ability of tree in absorbing emissions. Data analysis technique use is describtive analysis, analysis of the quantity of emissions, absorptions analysis and comparison analysis. The result showedthat the area that has the most land is the Rectorat, ith a total of 10.264 tree. Total direct emissions generated in the campus UNNES is 1,395,709.52 Kg/year, and emission absorption by trees in UNNES is 6,289,250.38 Kg/year. This means that all existing on-campus area of UNNES was able to absorb the emissions it generates. This research shows that the more wide open green space then the number of trees that exist therein are also more and more, but the number of trees that many donot guarantee the magnitude of emission absorption ability on a tree because every region has different in absorbing emissions. This research shows that the more wide open green space then the number of trees that exist therein are also more and more, but the number of trees that many do not guarantee the magnitude of emission absorption ability on a every region because every tree because has different capabilities in absorbing emissions.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Evaluasi Kesesuaian Kawasan Mangrove Sebagai Ekowisata di Desa Juru
           Seberang, Tanjungpandan, Belitung

    • Authors: Nugraha Rangga Abdi, Aji Ananto, Suroso Suroso
      Pages: 11 - 17
      Abstract: This study aims to: 1) Know the level of conformity of mangrove area for ecotourism object in Desa Juru Seberang, Tanjungpandan, Belitung; 2) To know the attitude of the community to the development plan of mangrove ecotourism in Desa Juru Seberang, Tanjungpandan, Belitung. This research is descriptive qualitative research. Data analysis technique using scoring method. Based on calculation of conformity index of ecotourism area of mangrove area I with percentage 94,31% (S1), area II with percentage 81,81% (S1) and region III with percentage 78,40% (S2). Mangrove area in region I is very suitable to be or developed as an object of ecotourism. Therefore, based on the 7 parameters of the suitability of the area for the development of mangrove ecotourism (Yulianda, 2007), the highest percentage of the percentage index is found in area 1, ie in plot 1 with 94.31%. Figures obtained in the calculation mode is 31.39 entered in the class of agreed intervals (30.7-37.8) so that it can be concluded the attitude of Desa Juru Seberang is agree (S) to mangrove ecotourism.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Pemodelan Spasial Untuk Penentuan Zonasi Rawan Kawasan Rawan Bencana
           Aliran Materil Erupsi Gunung Ungaran Menggunakan Aplikasi Sistem Informasi
           Geografis (SIG)

    • Authors: Ananda Yusuf Rizki, Juhadi Juhadi, Arifien Mochammad
      Pages: 18 - 30
      Abstract: The purpose of this research is to model or describe the distribution of material flow eruption and to know the zoning vulnerable to the disaster of Mount Ungaran if one day there is a volcanic disaster. The method used to model the flow of eruption material is by using Monte Carlo methods of numerical simulation with the assumption that the topography determines the course of the flow. Determination of zoning of disaster prone areas is done by using overlay technique of eruption material flow aspect, land use condition aspect, morphology aspect, and sensitivity aspect to hazard represented by weight value. The result of this research is to produce the eruption material flow model at three different location points, the point is based on the chance of eruption activity. At the first point the area of eruption flow is 3.91í?¯?˜í?¯?š2, the second point is 1.25í?¯?˜í?¯?š2, and the third point is 2.51í?¯?˜í?¯?š2. Zoning of disaster prone areas produces disaster-prone class which is divided into very low, low, medium, and high class. At all three locations the eruption shows that the high disaster-prone zoning class has the smallest area compared to the extent of other disaster-prone zoning classes.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Pengaruh Pola Sebaran Sarana dan Prasarana Kesehatan Terhadap
           Aksesibilitas Pelayanan Kesehatan Masyarakat di Kabupaten Tegal Tahun 2016

    • Authors: Aprella Qonita Aghnia Putri, Hardati Puji, Arifien Mochammad
      Pages: 31 - 38
      Abstract: The location of health facilities and infrastructure should have a high degree of accessibility. The area of health care services will be greatly influenced by the level of accessibility. The location of facilities and health infrastructure that is easy to reach in terms of transportation, of course, has a special attraction for the community to visit it. This has resulted in the health service area exceeding the work area determined by the local government. Data analysis techniques used nearest neighbor analysis, accessibility index analysis and serviceability analysis. The results of this study indicate that 1) Distribution pattern of health center at sub-district level and doctors practice classified dispersed (dispered pattern), the pattern of distribution of the hospital classified unequally spread (random pattern) and pattern of distribution pharmacy in clustered. 2) The accessibility level in terms of distance to reach the location of health facility and infrastructure in Tegal Regency is mostly well classified / easy to reach. It's just that there are still some roads that still use paving, and in some districts are also still there are hollow road conditions. 3) The number of health facilities that have been fulfilled is the number of health center at sub-district level, and the hospital. The number of health facilities that have not been fulfilled is the number of community health sub-center, practice doctors and pharmacies.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Proses Spasial Permukiman Liar (Squatter) di Sempadan Sungai Wiso di
           Kecamatan Jepara Tahun 2001-2010

    • Authors: Ma’ruf M Anas, Banowati Eva, Sriyono Sriyono
      Pages: 39 - 46
      Abstract: Spatial process is a reciprocal relationship between the spatial context, movement and in a certain time perception. Judging from the process, spatial development physically consists of two developmental processes, namely the development process horizontally and vertically. The process of definitive horizontal spatial development can be formulated as a process of horizontally adding space, while vertical development is the addition of space in the interior by building a multi-story building. Settlers residing in the river boundary play a role in the development of wild settlements that occur in the border of the River Wiso, District Jepara. This study aims to (1) Describe the profile of settler households that live in the wild border Wiso River District Jepara. (2) Knowing the cause of the emergence of squatter settlements in the river border Jepara Sub-district. (3) Analyzing the spatial settlement processes that occurred alongside the river of Jepara Regency in 2001-2010. The research method used is observation, interview, questionnaire, documentation, and interpretation of the image from 2001-2010. Population Research is all settlements located in the border of Wiso River in Saripan, Panggang, and Pengkol. This study used saturated sampling as much as 44 respondents. Data analysis using Descriptive Percentage.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Strategi Coping Nelayan Terhadap Perubahan Iklim Studi, Pada Masyarakat
           Nelayan di Kecamatan Tugu, Kota Semarang Jawa Tengah

    • Authors: Lailiyah Alfi, Juhadi Juhadi, Tjahjono Heri
      Pages: 47 - 53
      Abstract: The purpose of this research is, 1) knowing the phenomenon of climate change that affect the activities of fishermen in Tugu Sub-district, Semarang City. 2) identification the impact of climate change on fishermen community in Tugu Kota Semarang and 3) knowing coping strategy conducted by fisherman to climate change that happened in Tugu Sub-district Semarang City. The sampling technique in this research is simple random sampling. Data collection techniques used were observations, questionnaires, interviews, and documentation. Technique to data analysis used is descriptive analysis. The results showed that climate change in the coastal city of Semarang increasingly long. These changes include changes in wind speed, wave height, and rainfall. The impact felt by the fishermen is the change in the pattern of sea fishing , the cost of sea fishing increased 0 , 5 % and the change in catch decreased 10% . In addition, the three urban villages researched have the same coping strategy , which includes 4 aspects of coping strategy structural , economic, social and cultural.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Tingkat Kebutuhan Penduduk Terhadap Angkutan Umum Perkotaan di Kecamatan
           Purwodadi Kabupaten Grobogan

    • Authors: Ulya Meiliana Rofiatul, Hariyanto Hariyanto, Putro Saptono
      Pages: 54 - 62
      Abstract: This study aims: 1). Know the number of trips generated by sub-districts in units of time; 2). Knowing what percentage of society needs in using public transportation; 3). Knowing the factors that influence using public transport; 4). Know the loading factor of public transportation in Purwodadi District. Sampling technique used is Incidental Sampling method, Purpose Sampling analysis technique, percentage description, Loading Factor. This research was conducted in Kuripan Village and Candisari Village. The results of the research note that the number of trip generation from 3 points is 25.569 journey. The need of public transportation provided is 177 units of vehicles, while the field operates only 119 units of vehicles. The people who use the transportation in both villages with a percentage of 31% is 610 of the population of 2 villages. Factors that influence the public using the transport is no vehicle, safe, cheaper cost. The load factor value at all routes during peak hours is 0.2 and in non-busy hours has a load factor value of 0.18.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Kajian Jejak Ekologis Kecamatan Mijen Kota Semarang Tahun 2016

    • Authors: Sari Oktavia Dewi Nur Indah, Santoso Apik Budi, Hariyanto Hariyanto
      Pages: 63 - 71
      Abstract: Mijen subdistrict is one area that undergoing rapid development so that have impact to the carrying capacity of its region. The purpose of this study was to quantify the bio-ecological carrying capacity of Mijen Subdistrict through the study of the ecological footprint and biocapacity in 2016 and also projected the value in the 2031 by the projection of population. Data collection techniques that used are observation, image interpretation, questionnaires, secondary data and documentation. The value of the ecological footprint in 2016 is 0.456 gha/capita or 28,026.89 gha for the total value, and the biocapacity is 0.104 gha/capita or with total area of bioproductive lands 6,146.752 gha. The value of the deficit of the ecological footprint is 0.352 indicating the area entered the category of Minor Region. The value of the bio-ecological carrying capacity is 0.23, indicating the region have ecological deficit which means that ecosystems have been unable to support the demand of population. The projected value of ecological footprint in 2031 is 43.331,48 gha.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Proses Bermukim dan Pemenuhan Fasilitas Permukiman Kelurahan Ngemplak
           Simongan Kecamatan Semarang Barat Kota Semarang

    • Authors: Anggraini Aulia Niken, Hariyanto Hariyanto
      Pages: 72 - 77
      Abstract: This study aims to find out the settlement process of the Ngemplak Simongan Urban Village, as well as choosing to live in Simongan. The population in this research is Ngemplak Simongan urban village and sampling technique used is simple sampling method. Methods of data collection include: observation, interview, and questionnaire. The results of the research are: 1) The settlement process that occurred in the Simongan community that is relocation from the government, arises the invitation to live, and continues with the descendants who occupy the land. 2) Reasons for choosing to reside in Simongan that is having inherited land, close to work place, price tanag cheap. 3) Fulfillment of majority electricity facilities using new power lines, clean water supply with artesian and PAM wells, and road conditions have a wide variety of types, widths and slopes.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
  • Analisis Kerentanan Pesisir Akibat Kenaikan Muka Air Laut di Kota Semarang
           Menggunakan Sistem Informasi Geografis (SIG)

    • Authors: Andika Niqa Dwi, Aji Ananto, Sanjoto Tjaturahono Budi
      Pages: 78 - 87
      Abstract: The purpose of this research is to assess the vulnerability of coastal area due to sea level rise in Semarang City. Assessing vulnerability is done by calculating coastal vulnerability index with 6 parameters, ie geomorphology, coastal slope, coastline change, sea level rise, tides, and sea waves. The results of coastal susceptibility indexes are classified into grade level of potential hazards / vulnerabilities. This study resulted in coastal vulnerability level of Semarang City classified in medium and high class. Areas with class of potential hazard / vulnerability are classified into 5 village namely Tugurejo, Tambakharjo, Tawangsari, Panggung Lor, and Bandarharjo. As for the class is high there are 9 villages namely Mangkang Kulon, Mangunharjo, Mangkang Wetan, Randugarut, Karanganyar, Tanjung Mas, Terboyo Kulon, Terboyo Wetan and Trimulyo. Parameters that affect coastal vulnerability in Semarang are coastline, geomorphology and sea level rise. On the parameter of coastline change shows negative changes in the form of abrasion, thus reducing the area of land. Geomorphological parameters of coastal areas of Semarang City belong to high vulnerability. Meanwhile, the topography in the coastal city of Semarang is classified as sloping so it is very vulnerable to sea level rise.
      PubDate: 2018-05-30
      Issue No: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2018)
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