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Sosialisasi Pemanfaatan Air Tanah Untuk Lahan Pertanian dengan Metode JIAT Daerah Pallantikang, Kabupaten Bantaeng Adi Tonggiroh; Bahrul Hidayah; Baso rezki maulana; Adi Maulana; andi muhammad imran; Asri jaya; Meutia Farida; Jamal Rauf Husein; Rohaya Langkoke; Ratna Husain; Sultan -; Hendra Pachri; Syafruddin -; Muhammad Sulhuzair Burhanuddin
JURNAL TEPAT : Teknologi Terapan untuk Pengabdian Masyarakat Vol 3 No 2 (2020): Penguatan Aplikasi Teknologi untuk Masyarakat pada Masa Pandemi
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering UNHAS

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25042/jurnal_tepat.v3i2.142


Water as a natural resource is the most important part for humans to continue their life. One example of the vital role of water resources for human activities is to fulfill food through agriculture and plantations. The availability of water needs for agricultural productivity is certainly an important study to maintain supply capacity and avoid crises in agricultural and plantation foodstuffs. As mandated by the Water Resources Law, the utilization of water resources is aimed at sustainably utilizing water resources by prioritizing the fulfillment of the basic needs of the community fairly. For the sake of the continuity of human life, water resources must be managed properly by paying attention to and protecting the environment. Almost not all the agricultural and plantation areas in the Planting area have irrigation channels that utilize surface water. Consequently, agricultural production does not reach maximum results, because its water needs are very dependent on rainwater. On the other hand, even though there is an irrigation network, there are areas where the availability of water is not sufficient, so that farming activities of farmers cannot get maximum results. This limitation causes farmers to depend on surface water supply, especially during the rainy season so that problems such as prolonged drought can have fatal consequences. One of the efforts to improve agricultural irrigation is to create a groundwater irrigation network by taking water from bore wells.
Socialization of the Geological Heritage (Geoheritage) of the Proposed Plan for the Bone Geopark of South Sulawesi Asri Jaya; Fauzi Arifin; Kaharuddin Kaharuddin; Busthan Azikin; Hamid Umar; Musri Ma'waleda; Ulva Ria Irfan; Adi Tonggiroh; Ilham Alimuddin; Sahabuddin Jamadil; Baso Rezki Maulana; Muhammad Sulhuzair Burhanuddin; Kifayatul Khair Masyhuda Zulkifli; Adi Adi
JURNAL TEPAT : Teknologi Terapan untuk Pengabdian Masyarakat Vol 6 No 1 (2023): Kesadaran Teknologi untuk Mengatasi Permasalahan Kemasyarakatan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25042/jurnal_tepat.v6i1.332


The development of a geopark in the region should be initiated by the determination of geoheritage collected from the geological diversity inventory. The geoheritage initiation and preparation should be involved the educational institutions, we have assisted stakeholders of Bone Regency through the university community services (PkM) program in the form of the socialization of geoheritage in order to prepare and proposed Bone Geopark of South Sulawesi. To get an initial baseline of the geoheritage potential of Bone Regency and to measure participants' abilities, it begins with an FGD and a pre-test assessment, the results of the first FGD and pre-test activities showed that in general stakeholders have limited knowledge of the preparing document, characterization, and inventory of geoheritage, and geoheritage assessment. We have mentored geoheritage characterization, geodiversity inventory, and geoheritage assessment as problem-solving, which were conducted through surveys, desk study, and geoheritage assessment value methods. At the end of the activity returned to conduct FGD and post-test with involved all of the stakeholders. The results of the socialization program show a significant increase in the understanding of participants, especially the PERWIRA La Patau's was an increase of 28.5% (from 31.5% to 70%). Whereas representatives of the government, education institutions, and other non-government organizations still have limited understanding, increasing by 19.5% (from 17.0% to 36.5%). We still further proposed socialization and mentoring to prepare and propose geoheritage in the future. The geodiversity and landscape characteristics of the Bone regency can be divided into three morphology domains, namely: 1) The western part is demonstrated by the morphology domain of the highland of the volcanic complex that consists of non-volcanic, caldera, tower karst landscape features, 2) The central part is demonstrated by morphology domain of the Walanae valley that consisting of Walanae Depression and Walanae fault escarpment landscape features, 3) The eastern part is demonstrated by morphology domain of the Walanae structural lineament, the Kalamiseng volcano, the Taccipi cone karst and coastal line of the Bone Gulf landscape features. The results of the geodiversity inventory and geoheritage assessment of Bone Regency generally have suggested high scientific and educational values, moderate tourism potential, and low degradation potential. We concluded that this area has geodiversity potential and deserves to be submitted its geoheritage to the government.