Yuli Priyana, Yuli
Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

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Management of an Underground River to Overcome Water Scarcity in the Gunung Sewu Karst Area, Indonesia Amin, Choirul; Priyono, Priyono; Jauhari, Arif; Priyana, Yuli; Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Cholil, Munawar
Forum Geografi Vol 31, No 1 (2017): July 2017
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Since people living in a karst area periodically face a crisis due to a lack of fresh water, it is necessary to re-evaluate the ability to use water resources. An appropriate and effective management is required to use available water resource sustainably. We describe a management process of exploring underground river in karst region as water resources. The activities completed included four phases, namely exploration, pre-lifting activities, the water lifting and post-lifting activities. The exploration phase included speleological surveys and data collection for the cave mouth using remote sensing instrument. The pre-lifting was done to prepare various requirements before the lifting process was completed. The water lifting phase consisted of the construction of an underground river dam, the installation of submersible pumps, the construction of reservoirs and the installation of piping to connect to the public hydrant. The post-lifting phase was mainly conducted to organise water distribution evenly. This management model was evidenced to successfully overcome drought in Pucung village by providing fresh water to the local community. Moreover, this model promoted residents’ cost savings by reducing their expenses for buying water from IDR 50,000/m3 to IDR 3,500/m3 (1,300 percent).
The Potential of Umbul Sungsang Spring Water for Drinking Wate, PDAM, and Irigation Purposes at Banyudono, Boyolali, Central Java Priyana, Yuli; Hakim, Rohman
Forum Geografi Vol 15, No 2 (2001): December 2001
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Umbul Sungsang spring located in the foot of a Merapi is on shift zone between volcanic foot plain and fluvial volcanic fott plain constitutes spring belt. Up to the present, the population use that spring for drinking water and irrigation. The planning of taking water by Municipal Waterworks to supply Solo population causes people around it worried because the usually use that spring. Therefore it is needed to conduct a research to know the potential of that spring. The aim of this research is to account how much the need of drinking water, manucipal waterworks and irrigation and the potential of the spring which is available. The research uses survey method. Primary and secondary data are collected, analyzed quantitatively by using software aid to do simulation the need of irrigation. The result of the research shows that the need of drinking water is 0.068 lt/second/day taken in dry season; manucipal waterworks uses 200 lt/second/day and for irrigation is about 442.2 lt/second/day with the pattern rice – tobacco – rice. Irrigation is also supplied from Bendung Bukur Ireng. The result of the research also shows that in October period I, II, III, and November period II and I lack of water. Therefore municipal waterworks must not use water on Otober and November, while on July and September adjust to the rest of discharge of water, which is available. Its water quality fulfils the requirement for various needs.
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.
The Use of Springs by PDAM for Regional Water Supply in Ungaran, Semarang District Priyana, Yuli; Sigit, Agus Anggoro
Forum Geografi Vol 16, No 2 (2002)
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The study was carried out in Ungaran. The goals of this study are to know and to evaluate the potential spring to add drinking water of Ungaran population. This study uses observation and secondary data analysis. The collected data are meteorology data, the water production of Municipal waterworks, the quality and the quantity of springs, the number of population and the customers. The result of the study shows that there are eight springs with the total debit 157 liter/ second or 6739 m3/ day. The Municipal Waterworks uses 65 liter/ second or 5616 m3/ day with the leaking rate 7% or 5222,88 m3/ day and the rest is used for irrigation. The quality of spring is qualified for drinking water requirement. The need of drinking water for per capita of the population is 136.7 liter/ capita/ day. In 2003 the prediction of the number of consumers is about 20.745 persons, so the total need of drinking water is predicted about 2835.8 m3/ day. The total need of drinking water added with the leak water is 3032.36 m3/ day. The Municipal Waterworks fulfils the need of drinking water for the population especially for the consumers of Municipal Waterworks. However, if the number of customers is accounted based on the number of the population in the pipe sope (­+ 48246 persons), the Municipal Waterworks will not fulfil the need of drinking water for population, therefore it needs to add volume production of drinking water.
The Potential of Umbul Sungsang Spring Water for Drinking Wate, PDAM, and Irigation Purposes at Banyudono, Boyolali, Central Java Hakim, Rohman; Priyana, Yuli
Forum Geografi Vol 14, No 2 (2000)
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Umbul Sungsang spring located in the foot of a Merapi is on shift zone between volcanic foot plain and fluvial volcanic fott plain constitutes spring belt. Up to the present, the population use that spring for drinking water and irrigation. The planning of taking water by Municipal Waterworks to supply Solo population causes people around it worried because the usually use that spring. Therefore it is needed to conduct a research to know the potential of that spring. The aim of this research is to account how much the need of drinking water, manucipal waterworks and irrigation and the potential of the spring which is available. The research uses survey method. Primary and secondary data are collected, analyzed quantitatively by using software aid to do simulation the need of irrigation. The result of the research shows that the need of drinking water is 0.068 lt/second/day taken in dry season; manucipal waterworks uses 200 lt/second/day and for irrigation is about 442.2 lt/second/day with the pattern rice – tobacco – rice. Irrigation is also supplied from Bendung Bukur Ireng. The result of the research also shows that in October period I, II, III, and November period II and I lack of water. Therefore municipal waterworks must not use water on Otober and November, while on July and September adjust to the rest of discharge of water, which is available. Its water quality fulfils the requirement for various needs.
Study on Runoff Debit in the Catchment Area of Waduk Gajah Mungkur Wonogiri Anna, Alif Noor; Priyana, Yuli
Forum Geografi Vol 5, No 1 (1991)
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AbstractWater resource is one of natural resources, that is very vital. It needed to be used and to be kept throughly. For those purposes need good and directed plan, in which one of the basic component of it plan have to be supported by available a complete hydrological data and it analysis. One of hydrological data analysis is to estimate runoff of catchement area, which can be used for planning the hydrologi construction. This research aim: 1) to calculate the run off discharge by thornwaite Mather Method, monthly, annualy, and the average on the catchment through a sample of Keduang, Temon, Alang, and Wuryantoro areas; 2) to analyze the difference of the run off discharge (at no. 1) by observation resulted from trend analysis. Based on the calculation, it appears, thornwaite-mather method showed that high discharge (moreover limit 0) in dry month. From the research result, it appears, that calculation discharge graphic had lower differentation than observation discharge graphic. From sample of catchment areas that have been investigated, from the highest to the lowest deviation was Wuryantoro catchment area (78,8%), Temon catchment area (47,38%), Alang catchment area (46,45%), and Keduang catchment area (24,98%) respectively). The condition like above caused by intervation of man. Not only did he influence vegetatively, but he influenced technically as well. From these conservation, technical conservation (flood and construction and reservoir) was the highest influence to run off discharge calculation. The run off discharge that was calculated by thornthwite-Mather Method based on air temperate, rainy, altitude, and water holding capacity only, but groundwater supply didn’t be calculated.
Land Potency for Dairy Cattle at East Slope of Merapi-Merbabu Volcano, Boyolali, Central Java Priyana, Yuli
Forum Geografi Vol 18, No 2 (2004)
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Research about farm potency for the livestock of diary attle is held in east volcano side of Merapi – Merbabu Boyolali regeny. This famous area represent dairy attle livestock sentra in Boyolali regeny. From the holdness above emerging question why dairy cattle livestock expand at area. This research aim to study which area which are potential for the livestock of dairy cattle and also physical fator what most having an effect to density of dairy cattle livestock, what is availability of water, mean temperature, height of place, accesibility. The methods use in the research is analysis of secondary data provided with survey. To know the condition of physical what most having an effect on density (availability of water, mean air temperature, height of place, accesibility) to use test of multiple regression. To know dairy cattle livestock farm potency joined with others compile map of availability of water, map of temperature, map of height of place, and map of accesibility.  The result of researh indicate that most having an effect to density to dairy cattle livestock press out accesibility. Potency farm area of the livestock of dairy cattle about of height 700 m of sea water level, around region sub district of Cepogo, Selo, and Musuk. Musuk, this area represent area having cold limate enough. Research area having density of highest dairy cattle livestock is district of Musuk.
Geomorfological Study on the Evaluation of Critical Land in Cepogo, Boyolali, Central Java Province Taryono, Taryono; Santoso, Sugiharto Budi; Priyana, Yuli
Forum Geografi Vol 14, No 2 (2000)
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Land is natural resources within processing needs to the wise action in order to give good returns for human and being prevented it’s conservation. In the utility of it’s land this land is proper to the agriculture land have sometime emergedthe environment problems, namely the balance of nature is disturbed. It doesn’t mean that land is forbidden to use, but in the it’s utility purposes this land must be considered it’s capability or it’s balance. If form and manner of using this land doesn’t disturb the natural balance, it means to be guaranted. In the countrary, if form and remain to be guaranted. In the contrary, if form and manner of  using this land disregard with it’s capability, then the natural balance is disturbed, the land is called asland within dangerous condition or critical land. The coresponding  problem that arises in Kecamatan Cepogo under Boyolali district on the surface level land and southern land resembles the critical land that the most erosion appearance can be found assuch sheet erosion, gully erosion, erosion in the other side, vallage forest, settlement land. Mixing estate and the infertile land. This recent exploration purpose is to understand physical factor that affects the critical land as well as to collect and to clarity the critical land. The used method is survey and laboratory analysis by land unit approach ascartography unit. The adopted data of this research is used the effectively width of soil, texture, soil permeability, soil slope, and soil appearance. From this research is understood that the explorated land has three critical land levels, namely; the medium critical land level is 4411,09 are or 17,48%, the wight critical soil level is 7909,74 are or 12,86% of the whole exploration area wide.
Spatial and Regional Development at Boyolali Regency (Geographical Overview) Priyana, Yuli
Forum Geografi Vol 12, No 2 (1998)
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Geography is a science that studies mutual relationship between nature and the activity of human being through the spatial approach, ecological approach, and regional approach. The spatial approach means studying a variety of location and phenomena in the earth. Boyolali regency has got a variety of physical condition, therefore it causes differently natural resources. It is necessary to implement the approach of spatial order that is intended to design the land suitable for the resources in the area. In the western area, Mounts Merapi and Merbabu are located with their slopes of more than 40% and it is a conservation area. This area is a ground water recharge area. In the lower area, it is a productive area including forest, agriculture, industry, and settlement.
Outburst Flood Simulation Model for Optimizing the Solo River Floods Emergency Response Activities Priyana, Yuli; Priyono, Priyono; Anna, Alif Noor; Sigit, Agus Anggoro
Forum Geografi Vol 28, No 1 (2014)
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This study aims to develop flood inundation based on several flood level. The results of this study are: (a) land use in the study area is divided into (1) urban area (the Business Area) which includes regional administrative center, shopping area, and office area, (2) residential areas (single home region, the region multi- unit house (residence), settlement areas and apartments), (3) industrial estate (industrial estates are less dense and dense industrial area), (4) the surface area covered with vegetation (forest - thicket, meadow area, and the area of land productive rice fields and fields), (5) the area of open land and vacant land that is intended (the city park , cemetery and park area, and (6) transportation area and the pavement surface area (area train station and bus terminal region), (b) the preparation of spatial database in this study in the form of data or data vector altitude of Digital Elevation Model (DEM). District of Jebres there are 56 points of elevation and District of Pasar Kliwon there are 48 points of elevation. Elevation of the study area ranged from 88,9 mpdal up to 127.65 mdpal and (c) the higher the flood inundation scenarios impact on land use in the study area are also getting bigger. Most obvious impact under scenario 2 m area of 296 601 m , while the smallest impact under scenario 1 m with an area of 77 693 m 2 2 impact. Extensive simulation results based on the total impact amounts to 544 756 m.