Kuswaji Dwi Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi
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Dharma Wanita Persatuan di Kecamatan Gatak Kabupaten Sukoharjo Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi
WARTA WARTA Volume 13., N0. 2., September 2010
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This community service activity conducted by lecture and discussion methods in space followed by a documentary film showing the effects of global warming that occurred in various parts of the world. This activity aims to foster understanding of the issue of global warming and reduction efforts to the members of Dharma Wanita Persatuan, Sub District Gatak in Sukoharjo District. After this socialization all members of Dharma Wanita Persatuan Gatak sub-District became aware of the various issues of global warming and efforts to reduce its impact, further reducing the impact of intensified activities in greening the environment with family, school, and their villages.
Dynamics Process of Geomorphology at North Coast of Java between the river and the river Pemali Cisanggarung Brebes Central Java Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi
Forum Geografi Vol 12, No 1 (1998)
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This research was carried out in the Coastal Area of North Java, District Brebes, Central Java. It aims at finding the mechanism of factor that influence the dinamics of coastal geomorphological process and the distribution of the dynamics of the geomorphological process. The primary data consist of coastal forms, coastal building/ human activity, sea current, and distribution of the coastal sediment were collected by field observation and measurement. The secondary data consists of the climate, wave, bathimetry, tide, and regional sea current were collected from the related institutions. The technique of data analysis includes Beaufort Scale is employed to find out the characteristics of wind and wave. The laboratory analysis is used to find out the distribution of the coastal sediment. The discriptive analysis is used to desribe the sea current, tide, bathimetry, and human activity.The outcome of this research indicates that Mousoon wind making waves and longshore current can transport sediments which come from Cisanggarung and Pemali river. The small range tide (95 cm), the fine coastal sediment (clay), the shallow bathimetry (0 – 5 m), and human activity (building coastal pand) to provoke the dynamical changing of coasline. The dynamics of the geomorphologycal process from 1944 to 1964 indicates that the coastal area progressed dynamicly; from 1964 – 1997 indicates that the some coastlines (location 1, 4, 5, and 6) progressed, some coastline (location 2, 3, 7, and 8) regressed, and some coastlines (between location 3 to 4 and location 6 to 7) were relativelly stable.
The Roles of Geographical Study in Spatial Arragement and Regional Development (A Case Study in Sukoharjo District) Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Kaeksi, Retno Woro
Forum Geografi Vol 10, No 2 (1996)
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The following issue explains the role of geography study in spatial lay-out and regional development, taking the regional development of Sukoharjo regency as the case study. The role of geography study in spatial lay-out and regional development lies mainly in the effort to achieve geo information system, i.e. information of regional landscape with its all characteristics, regional problem, regional development potential and the definitive factor of regional development. Making use of geography analysis, Sukoharjo as a brief out line has three geomorphology units with its different physic potential and soial economy, and up  to the present it has a tendency of different land  function. The three units of geomorphology mention above are: alluvial plain, fluvio-volcanic foot plain of Lawu, and shouthern hill slope of Baturagung. And then, to  support the area development of JOGLOSEMAR the future development strategies of Sukoharjo regency is distinguished into three zones, i.e.: industry and comercial zone, urban residential and institution zone, open sphere land and recreation zone.
Feasibility Study of Padarangin Cave Slogohimo Wonogiri for Eco-Tourism Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi
Forum Geografi Vol 17, No 2 (2003)
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Area of Karst of mount Sewu in countryside of Padarangin own immeasurable of potency to be developed by besides activity of mining namely the tourism activity. Cave of nature found enable to can be developed as tourism, but date not yet been known how big potency of relevant tourism with the cave.  In line with the problems, this research aim to provide basic data of potency of cave and assess elegibility of cave. Padarangin for ecotourism in Wonogiri Regeny. Method used by survey of field and interview resident. Result of research indicate that cave of Padarangin have mount of cave at height 848 m msl which relative narrow, chamber horizontal as long as 63,8 m and vertical in 32,5 m. Needed by a special equipment to enter cave with capasities 10 – 15 people once the visit/incoming, owning value of sakral trusted by local society. The cave competent to be developed as tourism object of special enthusasm with visit limited. 
Aerial Photo Utilization in Estimating Suspended Sediment in the Wuryantoro Watershed, Wonogiri Santoso, Sugiharto Budi; Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Anna, Alif Noor
Forum Geografi Vol 17, No 2 (2003)
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Suspended sediment load flowing out from a watershed is normally predicated by analysis os suspended sediment of water sample, and the volume of suspended sediment be calculated based on sediment concentration and river discharge. Such field measurements need a lot of field data and they are time consuming. Another method for prediction of suspended sediment by using remote sensing imagery data and recorded rainfall data. The objective of this research is to 1) examine the capability of remote sensing technique to obtain the parameters of the physical data of land in the prediction of suspended sediment; 2) examine the accuracy of the model for prediction suspended sediment. This research is carried out in Wuryantoro watershed, Wonogiri. The main data to obtain the parameters of the physical data of land is infrared aerial photograph on scale 1 : 10.000. the method that used in this research is interpretation of remote sensing imagery data, combined with rainfall data. The result show that the accuracy of landuse is 88.5%, the accuracy of slope is 87.67%. the accuracy of the prediction of suspended sediment by model A3 87.07%, model C1 86.63%, model C2 90.57%, model A8 84.13%, model A9 80.1%, and model C4 78.6%.
Prognosis: The Plan of Integrated Tourism Area of Kapuk Naga Beach, Tangerang, West Java Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi
Forum Geografi Vol 11, No 1 (1997)
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This paper  tries to analyze of prognosis of the Integrated Tourism Area Planning of Kapuknnaga Beach (KWTPK) Tangerang Regency West Java. The two method applied to compose the prognosis are extrapolation and indication. The extrapolation is based on the local area infomation data of contemporary knowledge in the past and presence, while the indication method utilizes the whole interrelation activities programmed with the possible consequences. Land function transformation effects of KWTPK will cause environmental destroy as annual flsh flood, salt water intrusion and polution of urban’s industry sewage. As further effect there is a raising of turbidity and nitrition degree of sedimentation which make coral-ridge degradation toward annihilation. The coral-ridge annihilation will cause the sea waves power collide with the seashore area directly which threatens KWTPK.
PEMANFAATAN AIR SUNGAI BAWAH TANAH GUA SURUH UNTUK MASYARAKAT DESA PUCUNG, EROMOKO, WONOGIRI Sigit, Agus Anggoro; Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Priyana, Yuli
WARTA WARTA Volume 18, Nomor 1, Maret 2015
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The village has a population Eromoko Pucung in District 444 families (2,354 people) which includes 7 hamlet, in the dry season is always a shortage of clean water for daily use. At the peak of the dry season are forced to buy water being sold privately at a price of Rp200,000 / car tank (volume 4 m³) for the use of approximately 20  days.  In  order to  overcome the  problems of  water  needs,  the Pucung  Village Government took the initiative to manage groundwater resources that exist in the Suruh Cave. Removal activities river water underground community empowerment aimed at utilization of underground water in the Cave Have to solving the problem ofwater supply daily needs of society in Pucung Village, District Eromoko, Wonogiri. The success of water removal program is expected to reduce the price of 1 m³ water needs of the original with a maximum price of Rp 50,000 to Rp 5,000 only.
ANALISIS SPASIAL TINGKAT BAHAYA LONGSORLAHAN DI KECAMATAN KEMALANG KABUPATEN KLATEN Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Utami, Restu Dagi
PROSIDING SEMINAR NASIONAL 2015: Prosiding Bidang MIPA dan Kesehatan The 2nd University Research Colloquium
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Landslide was the movement of soil or rock down the slope through the sliding plane. Landslide is one form of masswasting that often occurs in research area Kemalang Sub District, Klaten District. Purpose of the research was : (1) analyze the level of landslide hazard in Kemalang Sub District, Klaten District, and (2) determine distribution of landslide in Kemalang Sub District, Klaten District. The parameters that being used were slope, rainfall, landuse, soil depth, rock weathering, soil structure and soil texture. The method that being used are weighting and scoring. Analysis spatial used quantitative tiered weighted approach.The giving of weight values based on the level of parameters that influence landslide. The result of the research was landslide hazard classification in Kemalang Sub District consist of three class, namely medium, high and very high. The distribution of landslide hazard include :(1) Keputran Village, Kemalang, Dompol, Tangkil, Bumiharjo, Bawukan, Talun, part of Panggang Village, Kendalsari, Tlogowatu and a small areain south side of Sidorejo Village with landslide hazard is medium which has area 29,89 km², (2) some area in Balerante Village, Sidorejo andnorthernmost Tegalmulyo that abut with top slope of Merapi Mountain with very high landslide hazard and total area 11,365 km², and (3) some area in Balerante Village, Sidorejo, Tegalmulyo, Kendalsari, Tlogowatu, and Panggang with high landslide hazard and total area 16,174 km².Keyword: spasial analysis, landslide hazard, weighting approach
COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT OF UNDERGROUND RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT IN PUCUNG VILLAGE, EROMOKO, WONOGIRI, CENTRAL JAVA Priyono, -; Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Amin, Choirul; Jauhari, Arif
PROSIDING SEMINAR NASIONAL 2015: Prosiding Bidang Sosial Ekonomi dan Psikologi The 2nd University Research Colloquium
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Pucung village located in the Mount Sewu karst region which is the area near the top with a height of 550 m dpal. The village has a population of 544 families with 4,190 people which more than half (2,350 people) have difficulty getting clean water for daily use. The average income of families is IDR 600,000 per month. When the dry season comes, they have to lose half of their income to buy water. Although since 2013 the lifting of underground river water fromthe Suruh Cave successfully meet the needs of clean water in the Pucung village, however, the distribution of water encountered some constraints, namely: first, the pumping discharge is still a little so that the availability of water for the population is still lacking; and second, the unevendistribution of water causing social problems such as jealousy between residents who already get water to residents who do not get water. Therefore, it is necessary to empowering the communities to manage water resources of the underground river in Pucung so that water needs fulfilled in a fair and equitable. This paper was written from the results of the implementation of the community service program conducted by the Faculty of Geography UMS. Community empowerment is done in the form of trainingand assistance to the community Pucung in managing water resources of the underground river. The issue of lack of water flow can be solved with increased discharge pumping, that is by increasing the capacity of submersible pumps from 1.5 HP to 2 HP. This replacement is able toincrease the pumping discharge from the previous 0.9 liters to 1.2 liters per second per second. The time it takes to fill a tank with a capacity of 12,000 liters using a 1.5 HP pump takes 3 hours 42 minutes, whereas with pump 2 HP takes 2 hours 47 minutes. This means that an increase in the capacity of the pump provides a pumping efficiency. While the problem of uneven distribution of water caused by a less orderly management, resolved by the establishment of a community-based organization named "Tirta Goa Suruh". The establishment of the organization accompanied by the establishment of organizations ranging from discussion,the selection board, management training organization, technical skills training to setup and use vertical work tool and equipment maintenance. Moreover, also conducted training for the youth of Pucung village the introduction of vertical work equipment, their installation and usage, so that they are expected to become the next generation board Tirta Suruh Goa. Keywords: community empowerment, water resource management, underground river
IMPLEMENTASI PEMBELAJARAN IPS BERBASIS KURIKULUM 2013 MELALUI LESSON STUDY DI SEKOLAH MUHAMMADIYAH KARTASURA Subadi, Tjipto; Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Dahroni, Dahroni; Musyiyam, M.
WARTA WARTA Volume 18, Nomor 1, Maret 2015
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The purpose of this community service, assess and understand; 1) learning implementation strategy IPS (Social Sciences) Curriculum 2013 based on lesson study in  the  School of  Muhammadiyah  Kartasura.  2)  Rationalization  and  elements  of curriculum change in 2013. 3) The process of learning and assessment processes appropriate to the curriculum in 2013. The method used; workshops and training. The Place; SMK Muhammadiyah Kartasura. Execution time; odd semester 2014/2015. Subject: Elementary School teachers, Junior High School, High School and Vocational High School Muhammadiyah Kartasura. The results achieved; 1) learning implementation strategy IPS (Social Sciences) curriculum-based lesson study 203 through  three  stages, namely;  plan  (planning),  do  (action  and  observation),  see (reflection).  2) Rationalization and elements of curriculum change in 2013 stressed on; a) The scientific approach is based approach to encourage student creativity; b)Integrity of the competence of knowledge, skills, and attitudes; c) Integrity of the curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. 3) The learning process is emphasized in the curriculum in 2013; (A) Integrated Thematic for elementary school level, (b) Approach Science (Natural Sciences) and IPS (Social Sciences) of partitive aggregative be integrated melt (liquid integrative), (c) religious and moral education, (d) learning objects; natural phenomena, social, and cultural arts. While the emphasisin  the assessment  process; assessment  student  achievement  by  using  descriptive qualitative and quantitative numerical. Learning implementation strategy IPS (Social Sciences) 203 curriculum-based lesson study using a modified model of lesson study, achievement indicators for a significant increase from the prior worhshop and trainingafter the workshop, namely; 30%: 80% (pre-test: post-test).