Nanette C. Kingma
Faculty of Geo-information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) University of Twente

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LAND USE PLANNING FOR SETTLEMENTS AREA IN CONSIDERATION OF FLOOD AND LANDSLIDE HAZARDS IN BAGELEN SUB-DISTRICT, PURWOREJO INDONESIA Wulan Mey, Estuning Tyas; ., Sudibyakto; Kingma, Nanette C.
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 41, No 1 (2009): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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The objective of this research is  determining alternative land use for settlement development considering  its hazards susceptibility.  Data were obtained by interviews, participatory GIS, direct-observation, sampling of soil  and secondary data analysis. The flood hazard map was produced using Kriging interpolation techniques; flood depth map for the largest flood in the year 2004 was created. The area with high landslide hazard is located on the hilly area in the eastern part of the area of study. The result from overlaying two hazard maps indicates that the area which considered as having less hazards  is located on the colluvial plain. The result of suitability analysis including hazard and people perception-based criteria showed that the area suitable is mostly located in Bagelen and Krendetan Villages. The result of suitability analysis of the non-hazard criteria showed that the area suitable  of which 338.1 Ha is an existing settlement. 
COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH TO ASSESS FLOOD RISK PERCEPTION ALONG CODE RIVER Noor Heryanti, Diah; Kingma, Nanette C.
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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This p a p e r presents a flood risk perception and coping mechanism along CodeRiver, Yogyakarta Municipality based on the community approach. A total of 90households were interviewed. Data were analysed using Statistical Package for theSocial Sciences (SPSS) Program. The result indicated that there are no differencesof flood risk perception among the zones (p >.05). Perception of flood risk is influencedby several variables: gender, length of stay, RW’s risk level, distance betweenrespondents’ house and river and impact level of flood. Whereas, all types of community’scoping mechanism (technological, social, and economical) are influenced by impact levelof flood.
A GIS MODELLING APPROACH FOR FLOOD HAZARD ASSESSMENT IN PART OF SURAKARTA CITY, INDONESIA Purwandari, Tipuk; Hadi, M. Pramono; Kingma, Nanette C.
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 43, No 1 (2011): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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This research is aimed to assess the flood hazard in part of Surakarta usinghydrodynamic modelling. Flo2D software is used to simulate the flood for 10, 25and 100 year return period. The modeling results include two flood parameters, i.ewater depth and flow velocity. A comparison was made in flood hazard mappingbetween single parameter and multi parameters. The multi parameters hazardmaps improve the reliability of the hazard class delineation. The impact assessmentis done in two point of view, human safety and property damage. The furtherimpact assessment is done by calculating the number of buildings affected by flood.
A COMMUNITY-BASED VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF FLOODS IN URBAN AREAS OF KAMPUNG MELAYU, JAKARTA CorneliaMarschiavelli, Mone lye; Pramono Hadi, M.; McCall, Michael K.; Kingma, Nanette C.
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 40, No 2 (2008): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Flooding has become a serious problem in Jakarta. During floods .of 2007,Kampung Melayu, East Jakarta was the worst hit.by the floods. Community havedifferent perceptions on disaster and have different effort to overcome the hazards.Therefore, local government and relevant institution should investigate thissituation and make this information a valuable input in developing andimplementing response plans in flood mitigation. This research is to explore thevulnerability of floods based on local peoples perception. There were 83households interviewed using questionnaire. Certain elements at risk related withphysical and socio:economic aspects were identified. Physical informationconcerned the building structure and building contents. Several socio-economiccharacteristics were used as key indicators to analyze the vulnerability of people.Generally, the result of this research shows that the ability of people to cope withthe flooding i$ linked with the capacity of the people itself. The capability of peopleto deal withflooding was influenced by several indicators.based on their socio- .economic characteristics. For example, lower income people will experience moresuffering than the wealthier, because they cannot afford the costs of repair,reconstruction. Although the wealthier are likely to experience a higher degree ofeconomic damage due to possessions of higher value. Base on the analysis, allcoping strategies and flood measures are not enough to cope with flooding in thestudy area.
Analysis Community’s Coping Strategies and Local Risk Governance Framework in Relation to Landslide Setiawan, Heru; Kingma, Nanette C.; Westen, C.J. van
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 46, No 2 (2014): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Analysis of people perception and analysis of the coping strategy to landslides are the two elements that are es-sential to determine the level of preparedness of communities to landslides. To know the preparedness of government and other stakeholders in facing landslide, the analysis risk governance framework was required. A survey using questionnaires with random sampling was applied to assess the level of people perception and people coping strategy related to landslide. Analysis of risk governance frame work was done at the district and sub-district level. ἀe study found that people perception related with landslide dominated by high and moderate level. Age and education are two factors that inḀuence the people’s perception to landslide. Local people applied four types coping strategy, which are: economic, structural, social and cultural coping strategy. Totally, 51.6% respondents have high level, 33.3% have moderate level and only 15.1% respondents that have low level of coping strategy. ἀe factors that inḀuence the level of coping strategy are education, income and building type.  Analysis of risk governance framework is limited to the three components including stakeholder involvement, risk management and risk communication. Based on the data analysis, the level of stakeholder involvement at the district scope was categorized on the moderate till high and the level of stakeholder involvement at sub-district level was categorized on the high level. Generally, the risk management of Karanganyar was categorized on the moderate level and high level and the risk management in Tawangmangu was categorized on the moderate level. ἀere are some elements must be improved on the risk governance framework, those are data management, the pattern of relationships among stakeholders, increased participation of NGOs, constructed and updated landslide risk map, enhancement of microᴀnance role in helping the com-munity when disaster strikes and  dissemination of information about the landslide to the local community.
COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH TO ASSESS FLOOD RISK PERCEPTION ALONG CODE RIVER Noor Heryanti, Diah; Kingma, Nanette C.
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This p a p e r presents a flood risk perception and coping mechanism along CodeRiver, Yogyakarta Municipality based on the community approach. A total of 90households were interviewed. Data were analysed using Statistical Package for theSocial Sciences (SPSS) Program. The result indicated that there are no differencesof flood risk perception among the zones (p >.05). Perception of flood risk is influencedby several variables: gender, length of stay, RW’s risk level, distance betweenrespondents’ house and river and impact level of flood. Whereas, all types of community’scoping mechanism (technological, social, and economical) are influenced by impact levelof flood.
LAND USE PLANNING FOR SETTLEMENTS AREA IN CONSIDERATION OF FLOOD AND LANDSLIDE HAZARDS IN BAGELEN SUB-DISTRICT, PURWOREJO INDONESIA Wulan Mey, Estuning Tyas; ., Sudibyakto; Kingma, Nanette C.
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 41, No 1 (2009): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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The objective of this research is  determining alternative land use for settlement development considering  its hazards susceptibility.  Data were obtained by interviews, participatory GIS, direct-observation, sampling of soil  and secondary data analysis. The flood hazard map was produced using Kriging interpolation techniques; flood depth map for the largest flood in the year 2004 was created. The area with high landslide hazard is located on the hilly area in the eastern part of the area of study. The result from overlaying two hazard maps indicates that the area which considered as having less hazards  is located on the colluvial plain. The result of suitability analysis including hazard and people perception-based criteria showed that the area suitable is mostly located in Bagelen and Krendetan Villages. The result of suitability analysis of the non-hazard criteria showed that the area suitable  of which 338.1 Ha is an existing settlement.