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Katalogis Vol 3, No 5 (2015)
Publisher : Katalogis

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This research aims at finding out how the quality of interference license service at Integrated Licensing Service Agency, Palu. The types of data used are primary data and secondary data. The techniques of the data collection were observations, interviews, documentations, and triangulation. The informants were taken by using purposive sampling technique. The data analysis used in this research is a model of Miles and Huberman, namely data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. The theory used is the theory of Zethmal, Parasuraman and Berry, which consists of 5 (five) dimensions: tangibles, reliability, responsiveness, and empathy assurance. Based on the results of the research, it is concluded that the quality of Interference License Service / HO on Integrated Licensing Service Agency Palu, is not maximum. First; tangibles dimension, the infrastructure is inadequate as lacking the breadth of the lounge and the available seats are not in accordance with the number of applicants, as well as the number of public toilets which are inadequate. But in terms of the officers’ appearance and neatness, it is categorized as good. Second; reliability dimension, the ability of the officers in using tools is very good, but the service provided do not fully refer to the operational procedure standard. Third; responsiveness dimension, the response of the officers in receiving applicants’ complaint has been very good, but the speed in completing the issuance of licenses is not maximal. Fourth; assurance dimension, the guarantee given by the officers to the applicants has not been on time. But the license fee has been imposed in accordance with applicable regulations. Fifth; empathy dimension, the service provided is not discriminatory and service providing is always polite and friendly. Thus, of the five dimensions of service quality above, there are still some sub dimensions that need to be fixed, so that the quality of the services provided can be maximized.
REMOTE SENSING IMAGERY AND GIS FOR MONITORING THE PYROCLASTIC MATERIAL OF MOUNT SINABUNG Ermalia, Ermalia; Qismaraga, Qismaraga; Warnadi, Warnadi; A'Rachman, Fauzi Ramadhoan; Setiawan, Cahyadi; Muzani, Muzani
Forum Geografi Vol 33, No 2 (2019): December 2019
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

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The purpose of this study was to determine the extent of changes in land cover around the Mount Sinabung area after the 2009-2019 eruption by monitoring through remote sensing imagery and GIS. The method used in this research is descriptive quantitative. The technique of data collection used document study techniques by collecting Landsat images are among the widely used satellite remote sensing data and their spectral, spatial and temporal resolution made them useful input for mapping and planning projects (Sadidy et al. 1981). Changes in land cover that occurred around the Mount Sinabung area were dominated by pyroclastic material due to eruption. In addition, changes in land cover also occur due to the abandonment of potential lands, such as local residents who work in the plantation sector are forced to leave that, so they eventually turn into shrubs. The direction of the dominant pyroclastic material slides was directed towards the east-south and southeast of Mount Sinabung, where the area was dominated by the plantation sector. The impact of the eruption of Mount Sinabung was directly and indirectly. The total land cover changes due to pyroclastic material in 2010 was an area of 26.27 Ha, in 2014 it was 475.82 Ha, 2017 was 1339.75 Ha, and 2019 was 1196.11 Ha.
Analysis Region Capacity Levels in the Face Tsunami in Lebak Regency of Banten muzani, Muzani; Setiawan, Cahyadi; Fauziah, Syifa
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education Vol 4 No 1 (2020): Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education (SJDGGE)
Publisher : Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education

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This study aims to determine the capacity of the Bayah coastal area in dealing with the tsunami disaster. The research method used in this research is descriptive method. This study is a population study consisting of 4 villages, including Sawarna Village, East Sawarna Village, West Bayah Village, and Darmasari Village. The unit of analysis in this study is the region. In this study the instrument used was a questionnaire as a guide to interview respondents who represented the area under study. The assessment of regional capacity in disaster management is carried out by looking at the four priorities of disaster risk reduction programs. These priorities are adopted in the Hyogo Framework for Action (KAH). With the following priorities: 1). Disaster education 2). Early warning and disaster risk assessment 3). Reduction of basic risk factors 4). Development preparedness on all lines. The results of this study indicate that the Bayah Coast region in the face of tsunamis has a low capacity of 18.7% which falls into the level 1 category. The area has had small achievements in disaster risk reduction efforts by implementing several advanced actions in plans or policies . This shows that the regional capacity in implementing disaster management is still very lacking, requiring intensive capacity building. Keywords: Capacity, Hyogo Framework for Action, Tsunami
Struktur Geologi Pulau Sulawesi Rachman, Anindita Nurlia; Oktariza, Nadia; Muzani, Muzani
JAGAT (Jurnal Geografi Aplikasi dan Teknologi) Vol 4, No 2 (2020): JAGAT (Jurnal Geografi Aplikasi dan Teknologi)
Publisher : Universitas Halu Oleo

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Penulisan artikel ini ditujukan untuk menganalisis Struktur Geologi Sulawesi. Pulau Sulawesi memiliki letak antara Borneo dan Papua serta merupakan salah satu pulau terbesar ke empat di Indonesia dan juga sebagai pulau terbesar ke sebelas di dunia. Pulau Sulawesi dikenal mempunyai keunikan yang sangat banyak dan baik untuk dipelajari, baik dari segi geologinya maupun dari segi budaya dan kehidupan yang terbentuk di dalamnya. Bentukan dari Pulau Sulawesi yang kita lihat saat ini adalah hasil dari bentukan geologi yang sangat kompleks. Banyaknya gunung-gunung, danau dan sungai-sungai serta dataran tinggi yang berlipat-lipat merupakan wajah Sulawesi yang sangat jauh berbeda dibandingkan pulau-pulau besar lainnya di Nusantara. Wajah yang berbeda dari Sulawesi ini membentuk ekologi yang unik yang mana hal ini merupakan perpaduan fauna antara Asia-Australia. Metode penelitian dalam artikel ini menggunakan metode studi pustaka. Studi pustaka merupakan metode pengumpulan data yang diarahkan kepada pencarian data dan informasi melalui dokumen-dokumen, literature, buku-buku, foto-foto, gambar, maupun dokumen elektronik yang dapat mendukung dan memiliki hubungan dengan masalah yang dipecahkan dalam proses penulisan. Kata kunci :Struktur geologi, Batuan, Sulawesi.Kata Kunci: Struktur geologi, Batuan, Sulawesi