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Geographica: Science and Education Journal (GSEJ)
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Geographica: Science and Education Journal provides a way for students, lecturers, and other researchers to contribute to the scientific development of Geography. Our scope of publications encompasses geography education, physical geography, human geography, regional planning and development, remote sensing and GIS. Geographica: Science and Education Journal welcomes original Research Articles and Review Papers.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF NUMBER HEAD TOGETHER (NHT) LEARNING MODEL TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES OF CLASS VII-1 PUBLIC MIDDLE SCHOOL 5 TERNATE CITY ON NATURE MATERIAL OF INDONESIA. Samsi Awal
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2019): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (348.147 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/gsej.v1i1.1017

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This study aims to determine the increase in student learning outcomes through the application of the learning model Number Head Together (NHT) on the material natural conditions of Indonesia, Public Middle School 5 Ternate City in 2013/ 2014. This type of research is classroom action research that follows the stages of research that start from action planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. The results showed that the Number Head Together learning model succeeded in improving student learning outcomes. this can be seen from the acquisition of student grades, namely there are 20 students (80%) who have not yet reached The Minimum Completeness Criteria and there are only 5 students (20%) who have achieved The Minimum Completeness Criteria in cycle I. In cycle II it increased to 19 students (76%) who reached The Minimum Completeness Criteria and only 6 students (24%) who have not yet reached The Minimum Completeness Criteria. Learning with the Number Head Together model can make students have the courage to ask questions, answer questions, discuss and cooperate with fellow group members, and can create an atmosphere of active, creative, and fun learning.
THE EFFECT OUTDOOR STUDY TO THE STUDENTS ACTIVENESS IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Andri Estining Sejati; Nasarudin N; Fahrudi Ahwan Ikhsan
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2019): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (279.592 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/gsej.v1i1.1016

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Problems in the class indicate students are less active in learning. Students are more dominant in receiving one-way material. The low desire of students in learning participation in the form of asking, answering, or presenting. The outdoor study is the chosen learning method to overcome these problems. The outdoor study is useful for student knowledge, learning, and student motivation. This study aims to determine the effect of outdoor study on the activeness of high school geography students. This research is included in a quantitative methodology with a type of quasi experiment. The researcher determined purposely XI IIS 1 as the experimental class and XI IIS 2 as the control class. Research in Muhammadiyah 1 Babat High School, Lamongan Regency even semester 2015/2016 academic year. The data in this research were analyzed using descriptive quantitative with percentage. The results show that the application of outdoor study provides a change in student active; this can be seen from the category of the active per student in the experimental class, none of them get less active. The average overall active there is a difference of 12.43 from the control class. The average score of questions asked to answer, respond, and presentations of the experimental class are all higher than the control class
Local Wisdom and Karst Spring Management in Playen District, Gunungkidul Regency, Indonesia Indra Agus Riyanto; Aditya Rizky Pratama; Hafidz Bachtiar; Nanang Ahmad Fauzi; Margaretha Widyastuti; Aprilia Nur Widiyastuti; Novita Rahmawati
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2020): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (880.722 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/gsej.v1i2.1186

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For the population of Playen District, Gunungkidul Regency, karst springs serve as the primary water sources because surface rivers are rare in karst areas and, if present, the quality of their water is reportedly less than that of the springs. In the spring water utilization, local wisdom is incorporated into the management and has so far contributed to sustainability. Since only a few studies have examined local wisdom and its correlation with changes in spring management pattern, this research initiates the provision and dissemination of information on karst spring management that is applicable elsewhere. It was designed to scrutinize the local wisdom and regulatory measures implemented at many springs in Playen District. Detailed data were obtained by in-depth interviews with four key informants responsible for managing springs block 1 (Gedad, Grunggung, and Karangkulon Springs), 2 (Banyusoco and Sungai Oyo), 3 (Dung Poh, Nganding, Umbul, and Jambe), and 4 (Ngrunggo and Ngrasih). Through qualitative descriptive analysis, the research found that the laying of offerings at springs in blocks 1 and 2 during traditional celebratory ceremonies had been abandoned, but cleaning activities at and around these springs as part of the local wisdom sustained. In the context of utilization, the spring management had changed from direct manual withdrawal to indirect systematized one that used pipes with gravitational water flow system (block 1) to distribute spring water to villagers’ houses (block 2). On the contrary, local wisdom like offerings and cleaning activities at and around the springs in blocks 3 and 4 was preserved. Their management had changed from manual extraction to gas-fueled water pumping systems, which were later replaced with electricity-powered pumps (block 3), and to indirect withdrawal through pipelines with pump-generated flows (block 4). To manage the springs in all blocks and their sustainable utilization, the people of the district still adopt local wisdom. Besides, they no longer collected water directly at springs but have switched to water distribution technology like pumps and pipelines instead.
SPATIAL INTERACTION ANALYSIS BETWEEN KENDARI CITY AND SOUTH KONAWE REGENCY irmayanti faena; Irfan Ido; Fitriani Fitriani
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2019): December
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This study aims to: (1) To determine the spatial interaction of the driving factors of Kendari City and South Konawe District based on the attractiveness of Kendari City as a center of higher education (2) To find out the spatial interactions and the driving factors of Kendari City and South Konawe District based on the attractiveness of Kendari City as the center of the vegetable commodity market. This research uses descriptive analysis method, Location Quotient (LQ) and Gravity analysis. The results show (1) Spatial interaction and driving factors of Kendari City and South Konawe Regency based on the attractiveness of Kendari City as a center of higher education, it can be seen that the one with a very strong interval value is Ranometo District. While the Konda District has a fairly strong interval value and 20 other Districts have a non-strong interval value. The dominant motivating factor in choosing tertiary institutions is the ease of socializing. (2). The spatial interaction between Kendari City and South Konawe Regency based on Kendari City as the center of the vegetable commodity market can be seen that West Ranometo District and Konda District have very strong interval values, while Landono District has Strong interval values. The dominant driving factor that causes farmers to sell their agricultural products in Kendari City, especially the Baruga market, is because this market has a difference with other markets in Kendari City.
Spatial Distribution of Traditional Market in Padang City Chairul Ichsan; ELVI ZURIYANI; Afrital Rezki
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2020): June
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (654.93 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/gsej.v1i2.1185

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This study aims to spatial distribution of traditional markets in Padang City that which consist of: 1) Distribution spatial of traditional market, 2) Spatial patterns of tradional market, and 3) Range pattern of traditional market. Type of this research is descriptive research with spatial analysis technique. Population in this study are all traditional markets in the Padang City. Sample of this study was that all traditional markets in Padang were taken with a sampling technique. That is total sampling where the number of samples is equal to the population. The data analysis technique uses the analysis of the nearest neighbor index and buffer zone. The results of this study were found that: 1) Spatial Distribution of Traditional Markets in Padang City, there are 21 traditional markets spread across 9 Subdistricts: Koto Tangah District, Padang Utara District, Padang Barat District, Padang Timur District, Padang Selatan District, Lubuk Begalung District, Lubuk Kilangan Subdistrict, Kuranji Subdistrict, and Nanggalo Subdistrict, 2) The distribution pattern of traditional markets in Padang City is included in the pattern of uneven distribution (random), 3) Range pattern of traditional markets in Padang City with a radius of 5Km are more likely to focus in the city center or the western and northwestern parts of Padang City.
SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS USING GEOELECTRIC IN ROAD DUAPITUE DISTRICT, SIDRAP REGENCY sudarwin kamur
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2019): December
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Research has been carried out on lanslide slip area of landslide of the road in Duapitue Sidrap. This study aims to determine the slip field using geoelectricity which is suspected as the cause of slope stability/landslide disturbance in terms of resistivity values in each layer and to determine the structure and coating of subsurface soils in the Kampale sub-village, DuaPitue. Information about the structure and coating of the land is used to determine the limits of soil instability that can be used as a reference in the planning of cliff/ slope strengthening on the intended road. From the cross section of the material resistivity, it can be seen that the weak zones on the shoulder and the road body are more than 10 meters deepth. Most of the overburden is unconsolidated fill material, covered by alluvium material with a fairly large air composition with a thickness of 5-10 meters. Slip area of lanslide formed at an average depth of 12 meters between the weak zone of the embankment material layer and the water-saturated alluvium layer with relatively solid alluvium and sandstone material beneath it.
HYDROLOGICAL STUDY ON LIMESTONE MINE DRAINAGE SYSTEM IN PT. ADS - SOUTH SUMATERA Charly Bravo Wanggai; Ceni Febi Kurnia Sari
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2020): June
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The groundwater availability in an area with mineral deposits is measured by the geological and geomorphological characteristics of the area. The hydrological study on limestone mining in PT. ADS, South Sumatera aimed to acquire data and information regarding rainfall characteristics, drainage basin and catchment area, infiltration value, and surface water flow pattern at the limestone mining site and nearby area; this is to formulate a basis of reference in creating drainage system. The study employed Extreme Value Gumbel formula to analyze the expected daily rainfall. A calculation on the rainfall return period relied on two factors, i.e., the planned mining duration and natural events, such as seasonal flood per two years. Moreover, Mononobe formula was used to calculate and convert the daily rainfall intensity in the form of hourly rate. The mine drainage system was regarded necessary in the site since the watery area is potential to hinder the production as well as to cause work accidents; on top of that, the terrain is dominated by relief of wavy hills with varying waves and slopes ranging from 10°-70°.
Development of Sumatera eArly warNing ConvectIve System (SANCIS) for Thunderstorm Prediction Model Wahyu Sasongko Putro
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2019): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (456.893 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/gsej.v1i1.1072

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Since the activity of thunderstorm over Sumatera area – Indonesia increased during intermonsoon season in September, October, and November (SON) month, the thunderstorm as a natural disaster is influenced human activity. During the thunderstorm status increased may change an economy factors in this state due to natural hazard damage. Therefore, the development of Sumatera eArly warNing of ConvectIve System (SANCIS) for Thunderstorm Prediction System is necessary to avoid the natural hazard victims and helping meteorologist to predict thunderstorm event. To support the SANCIS development, we designed the thunderstorm model based on Adaptive Neuro Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS). This system is equipped database meteorology and satellite imaging to update information and status thunderstorm event. In addition, to create the ANFIS model we use a two variable such as relative humidity (H) and PWV from radiosonde (RSPWV) from Weather Underground (WU) website and University of Wyoming (UW), respectively. Furthermore, the thunderstorm status prediction was updated in the SANCIS website. The two information per-day of status thunderstorm prediction were covered thunderstorm activity in this area.  Finally, the system was designed to monitor and giving the information of thunderstorm status during thunderstorm event.
IDENTIFICATION OF VULNERABILITY AREA OF MASS MOVEMENT USINGSTORIE METHOD IN BONE BOLANGO REGENCY, GORONTALO PROVINCE Joni Djakun; Sri Maryati; Muh. Kasim
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2020): June
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Based on the analysis result, the research sites are divided into three levels of mass movement vulnerability; low as much as 10,98, moderate as much as 84,41, and high as much as 4,61% out of the entire research areasMass movement occurs due to the natural process in the changes of surface structure, in which there is a disturbance of stability in the soil or rocks making up the slope. The disturbance is caused by some conditions such as a relatively steep slope, the condition of rock or soil making the slope, high rainfall intensity, uncontrolled human activity in exploiting the nature as well as the state of geological structures. The research site is located in three sub-districts in Bone Bolango District; Suwawa Timur, Suwawa Tengah, and Suwawa Selatan. These three sub-districts have a history of mass movement during the rainy season. The availability of up-to-date data is required to reduce the impact caused by the mass movement. This research aims to identify the areas prone to mass movement. One of the approaches applied to identify the areas prone to mass movement is Storie Index method by calculating the parameter, which is considered influencing the mass movement. Among others, the parameters are steepness of the slope, rainfall, type of soil, land usability, and lineament density as the parameter of geological structures.
A STUDY OF POPULATION PRESSURE TOWARD AGRICULTURE LAND IN MOJOLABAN SUBDISTRICT, SUKOHARJO – CENTRAL JAVA Agus Sudargono; Pranichayudha Rohsulina; Talitha Rahmawati; Agung Hidayat
Geographica: Science and Education Journal Vol 1, No 2 (2020): June
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Indonesia is an agricultural country in the tropic area with a high potential of agricultural land. This condition is a good ecosystem for human, animal and plant life. With all those potentials, the population in Indonesia has reached more than 260 million people currently. Surely, such a large population brings logical consequences in which a large amount of land  must be provided by the State to support the housing needs and to meet the food and clothing needs. As a matter of fact, the population of Indonesia continues to increase over the time. The increase in population in many areas has caused the conversion of agricultural land into residential land. Therefore, the agricultural land continues to have pressure constantly. The Population pressure to agricultural land is a comparison between the number of people and the minimum land area to be able to live properly. This study aims to analyse the variations of population pressure on agricultural land in each village in Mojolaban Sub-District. The research method used to analyse the population pressure was by utilizing the formula of Otto Sumarwoto I, where residents are considered to only live on cultivated agricultural land. The results showed that population pressure toward agricultural land in Mojolaban Sub District was high. There were 11 villages and 4 villages that were categorized as high and low population pressure on agricultural land respectively.

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