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Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27238105     DOI : https://doi.org/10.31284/j.jemt
Earth Science and planetary, Geology, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geodesy, Geomatics, Geotech, Rock mechanics, Mining engineering, Natural Disaster, Land and ocean development, Natural resources, Environmental science, Social impact of mining and marine activity, Science and technology in mapping and surveying, Optical remote sensing and radar remote sensing, Cadastre and 3D modeling, Geodynamics theory and application, Geospatial, Land Surveying, Geomarine, Photogrammetry, Marine engineering
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The conceptual model of Wae Sano Geothermal field based on geology and geochemistry data Widiatmoko, Fajar Rizki; Hadi, Mochammad Nur; Kusnadi, Dedi; Iswahyudi, Sachrul; Fadlin, Fadlin
Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31284/j.jemt.2020.v1i1.1189

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Wae Sano volcano is included in the inner Banda arc, Mount Wae Sano is a type C volcano and formed the Sano Nggoang crater lake. The magmatism activity produces geothermal manifestations such as; hot spring, rock alteration, and sulfur deposits, the hottest water temperature is 81 0C, with neutral pH, but the Sano Nggoang Lake water has acid pH. It becomes interesting to examine the characteristics of the geothermal system in that area. The research was conducted by Volcanostratigraphic studies to reconstruct the geological process and Geochemical sampling of hot springs, lake water, ground air, and the soil side to understand the subsurface characterization. The result showing some period of volcano products, with the youngest come from the product of Sano Nggoang 2 that spills its product to on the north-east side of Poco Dedeng volcano. The geochemical analysis shows all manifestations originate from one reservoir, chloride water type, NaCl type of the lake water with a few SO4 influence, presumably, the hot springs supply is influenced by seawater, the estimation of the reservoir has a temperature about ± 230 0C, with dacite and the rich organic sedimentary rock, and located at ± 1456 m from the manifestation, the isothermal section shows the rate of temperature increase at 97.07 m / 10 0C. The hypothetical resource is counted about 1,488.6 kWe.
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Analysis of Landslide Prone Areas in Tampahan, Toba Samosir Regency, North Sumatra Province Turnip, Winda Lestari; Jati, Stevanus Nalendra
Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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The topography of the Tampahan area which tends to be steep and dominated by tuff lithology can result in a landslide. The intensity of landslides and the resulting losses can be reduced by the analysis of landslide-prone areas in Tampahan. The administration of the area is located in Toba Samosir Regency, North Sumatra Province which is included in the Toba Caldera Region. Analysis of landslide-prone areas is carried out with five parameters namely slope, land use, morphological elevation, lithology, and rainfall. The data processed in this analysis comes from field data, DEMNas (National Digital Elevation Model), and other spatial data. Classification of each parameter and weighting based on literature is away in the analysis of landslide-prone areas of Tampahan. Then do each parameter overlay to get the value of landslide-prone and distinguished based on the calculation of the landslide class interval. The results are divided into five classes that are prone to landslides, namely classes not prone (1-1,8), rather prone (1,8-2,6), quite prone (2,6-3,4), prone (3,4-4,2), and very prone (4,2-5). Based on the analysis that has been done, some areas are very prone to landslides in the southeast while areas that are not prone to landslides are in the southwest of the study area. Therefore, landslide-prone studies are categorized as high landslides with almost 60% coverage of the study area.
Application of Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) Resistivity Method to determine a well recommendation point at deep-groundwater exploitation Taufiq, Taufiq; Maharani, Maharani; Mega, H D
Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT) Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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The demand of fresh water to develop of life community is very important, where almost all construction activities is required a water such as irrigating rice fields, building infrastructure, and to daily consumption. To obtain a good quality of groundwater, several parameter must be specified such as the depth of groundwater, thickness of the source, and resistivity value of rock. In this case, we try to applied Vertical Electrical Sounding (VES) resistivity method with Schlumberger configuration on one of Pamsimas Project to answer that parameter. VES Resistivity method is one of the active methods in geophysical study based on electrical properties of the subsurface rock by injecting electric current (I) into the earth and record the potential difference (?V) produced to the surface. From the results of current and potential difference measurements for each electrode spacing (AB/2) different then be lowered resistivity variations in the value of each layer below the measuring point (sounding points). After the acquisition on 3 points at Pandansari Village (PS-01, PS-02, PS-03), we get the result on PS-01, the water layer is indicated on the depth 60-80 meters with resistivity values equal than 36.7-50 ?m. On PS-02, the water layer is indicated on the depth 50-100 meters with resistivity values equal than 18.7-40 ?m. On PS-03, the water layer is indicated on the depth 30-60 meters with resistivity values equal than 52.8-70 ?m. Afterthat, we run 2D-pseudosection to know the distribution of groundwater layer in subsurface and get the thickness of groundwater is 20-50 meter with depth 40-80 meter. Based on this result, the PS-01 is the best point to make a well-exploitation on South Pandansari Pamsimas Project.
Technical Planning of Ventilation System to Support Development W Undercut in 2021 at PT. Freeport Indonesia Underground Mining Cahyono, Yudho Dwi Galih
Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Ventilation is an attempt to drain clean air into the mine and remove dirty air out of the mine. The main components of a mine ventilation system are intake, working, and exhaust. Intake is a tunnel and wells system where air flows from the surface into the mine. The purpose of the ventilation system in an underground mine is to provide and drain clean air into the mine for breathing and comfort of mine workers. Based on the Ventilation Design Criteria used by PTFI, the minimum airflow level required for every mine worker is 0.033 m3 / s / worker. Based on PTFI Ventilation Design Criteria, the minimum level in diluting smoke of heavy equipment diesel engine is 5 m3 / min or 0.08 m3 / s / kW. PT Freeport Indonesia is currently developing new underground mines namely Grasberg Block Caving (GBC) and Deep Mill Level Zone (DMLZ) which will be mined using the block caving method.
The Relation of Fault Fracture Density with the Residual Gravity; case study in Muria Widiatmoko, Fajar Rizki; Putri, Ratih Hardini Kusuma; Sunan, Huzaely Latief
Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT) Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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The usages of the FFD analytical method massively are utilized during the last decade, especially in the geothermal preliminary study that can show the prospect reservoir area. This article discusses the correlation of the FFD value with the residual gravity value that is assumed as an indication of the underneath magmatic body. The correlation of FFD value with residual gravity value is applied in Muria mountain. Muria is classified as the volcano body that contains the magmatic body, also exist Genuk volcano and Patiayam hill around Muria. The correlation shows that FFD value and residual gravity value have a relation, but especially for the uninfluenced by structural activity has a low value of FFD. The correlation of FFD and residual gravity is double-checked with the ground truth data, it showing the proof relation. This way of methodology may use for finding the underneath magmatic body, especially applied to the surface that has not been influenced by structural activity.
Hydrostructure of Groundwater Manifestation of Gedongsongo Geothermal Ungaran, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia Hisan, Nazwa Khoiratun; Jasaputra, Ludovikus Damardika; Bernaldo, Pius Artdanno; Karlina, Nur Alif Yusuf Putra; Arhananta, Arhananta
Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Groundwater is an important element of the hydrological cycle in geothermal systems. The geological structure of the Plio-Pleistocene volcano and different lithological variations affect the type and response of groundwater to rocks. The research area is located around the Gedongsongo Temple complex, Mount Ungaran, Central Java. Based on the field check location, there are three variations of lithology, the first lithology is a breccia with andesite, basalt, and pyroclastic fragments. The NW-SE-oriented geological structure is flattened to the right slip fault which is the fracture aquifer system on the Southern Slope of Mount Ungaran. In the research area, there is an anomaly in the form of deflection of flow direction pattern caused by structural control factor in the form of fracture, the fracture which becomes the fluid channel media is a tension joint on the shear zone with Northwest strike with dip direction toward Northeast which has NW-SE orientation of right slip fault.
Laterite Nickel Mine Sequence Modeling Based on Total Reserve at Block 5A, “Bonus” Pit by Surpac 6.3.2 at PT Bintang Delapan Mineral in Bahodopi District, Morowali Regency, Central Sulawesi Jayaputra, Harsalim Aimunandar
Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT) Vol 1, No 2 (2021)
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PT. Bintang Delapan Mineral is an active nickel mine company that produces 300,000 tons of nickel per month by open pit method. During the mine operation, the company needs to calculate the reserves periodically due to decreasing nickel reserves in the long time period. Mineral reserves estimation is a process to determine and define the grade and boundary of a mineral deposit. Reserves estimation can be done manually using several methods. One method is called block modeling which presents the estimation process in block model type by applying a mining software, called Surpac 6.3.2. It was able to present the progress of mine site activity (pushback). The result of nickel reserves estimation by Surpac 6.3.2 block modeling is 48730 m3 or equal to 73096 tons. The nickel reserves have an average grade of 1.64%. By this reserve estimation, mine sequences could be created into 7 sequences in considering bench height. Bench model specifications are bench high 4 m, berm 2 m, and 60º slope.
Groundwater quality in Ponjong Karst, Gunungkidul Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta Sari, Avellyn Shintya; K, Sari Bahagiarti; Suharsono, Suharsono; Prasetyadi, C
Journal of Earth and Marine Technology (JEMT) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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The hydrogeological condition of a region is determined by the type of lithology, morphology, and subsurface conditions where the condition is very helpful in the study of groundwater exploration. Especially when we encounter interesting geological conditions when the groundwater exploration in the karst area in which volcanic rocks are resulting from the activities of the active volcano in the past. Groundwater exploration at Ponjong area and surrounding does have its special characteristics, because it has 2 different rock characteristics where the northern part of the research area in the form of a karst area (limestone of Wonosari Formation) while the southern part is an area of ancient volcanoes with dominant volcanic rocks from Wuni Formation, As for the research on the above and subsurface research area where the research is conducted based on surface geology mapping, geoelectric data collection, and groundwater sampling. Geological mapping includes geomorphological data, stratigraphy, and geological structure. The aquifer system of the research area can be divided into two systems, inter-grain aquifer systems, and fracture aquifer systems. Overall quality groundwater in the research area is quite good. Ponjong District there are mining activities that have resulted in changes in the land use system in the area. This can cause changes in the water surplus in the area due to the changing catchment area.