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Pengelolaan Lahan Basah Terpadu di Desa Mulia Sari Kecamatan Tanjung Lago, Kabupaten Banyuasin Rahmi, Ombun; Susanto, Robiyanto Hendro; Siswanto, Ari
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 20, No 3 (2015): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Lowland is the fragile land which is sensitive toward modification. The accurate and integrated management is substantially needed to utilize the lowland. This study analyzed the integrated lowland management in Mulia Sari Village, Tanjung Lago Subdistrict, Banyuasin Regency, South Sumatera Province. Sampling was chosen randomly consisted 21 respondens. Primary data: the farmers typical and farming system, were collected by using questionnaire while doing observation and purposive interviewing method. Qualitative approach was used to analyze the data. The result represented that the farmers typical substially determine the integrated lowland management. 80% people in Mulia Sari Village are farmers. Average farmers are between 25-65 years old. 75% farmers are male which is higher than female farmers that is 4.7%. More or less 50% farmers do not comply nine years learning programme. 33% of farmer’s educational level was only elementry school. Approximately, 47.61% graduated junior high school. They got land between 0.5-4 acre and more than 30% rented. The farming system of lowland need to consider water and land management. Both water and land management are the primary requirement in the integrated lowland management. The integrated lowland management in Mulia Sari Village is hardly to apply. It still needs strategic policy and elucidation which are compatible with the farmer’s typical and the lowland ecosystem.
Study on Quality of Water from Various Resources of Tidal Zonetaken on Dry Season at Muliasari Village Tanjung Lago District Hamida, Indah; Susanto, Robiyanto Hendro; Hariani, PoedjiLoekitowati
Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry Vol 2, No 2 (2017): June 2017
Publisher : Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry

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Contamination by organic matters, nutrient, pathogenic bacteria, micro pollutant and detergent/surfactant caused quality decrease of water in tidal zone. This study was aimed to evaluate quality of various water resources and to elaborate correlation between tidal environment condition and water resources quality at Muliasari village district of Tanjung Lago. Water sample was taken by purposive sampling method. Analysis result using Storet method showed average value of several parameters at high tide are: temperature 31.37°C;TSS 74.28 mg/L;pH 3.38; salinity 1.82; DO 5.05 mg/L; BOD 32.51 mg/L; COD 98.5 mg/L; ammonia 0.29 mg/L; phosphate 0.1690 mg/L; Fe 0.272 mg/L and Coliform 0.31/100 mg/L. At low tide these parameters had values for temperature 27.13°C; TSS 67.14 mg/L; pH 3.38; salinity 1.7; DO 4.86 mg/L; BOD 14.13 mg/L; COD 43.71; ammonia 0.244 mg/L; phosphate 0.1695 mg/L; Fe 0.232 mg/L and Coliform 0.32/100 mg/L. According to Governor’s provision no.16/2005 on water quality standard, water from various resources of Muliasari village were moderately polluted. Domestic waste water management is needed at this area followed by training and enhance occupant’s awareness to maintain hygiene and environment quality. Monitoring effort is also necessary on water resources quality for at least once every 6 months. Key words: Water quality, tidal zone, domestic waste
Study on Groundwater Quality in Concern to Potent Pollution at Secondary Block P17-5N Delta Telang II (Case Study of Muliasari Village, Tanjung Lago Banyuasin District, South Sumatera Province Indonesia) Novarika, Lilian; Susanto, Robiyanto Hendro; Faizal, Muhammad; Hariani, Poedji Loekitowati
Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry Vol 2, No 2 (2017): June 2017
Publisher : Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry

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Research had been carried out on tidal marshes condition at tertiary channel Muliasari Village and the effect of land user behavior on water and soils quality. The aimed of research is to evaluate water and soil quality and potent pollution due to fertilizer and pesticide utilization. The research methods are survey and qualitative approach using observation and directed interview with questionnaire aid. Water and soils samples were taken by purposive sampling method. Measurement obtained soils has pH 4.59 and 3.92 for TC4 and TC5 respectively. Cation exchange capacity is 21.65 mg/100 g or TC4 and 20.62 mg/100 g for TC5. C-organic contained in both TC4 and TC5 are very high whereas Total-N is moderate hence ratio C/N has moderate value. P2O5 detected as 81.55 ppm at TC4 and 36.06 ppm at TC5. According to Soils Research Centre Bogor, TC4 and TC5 has moderate value of N (35%) while P and K very high (81.55 ppm and 103.32 ppm). Scoring result concluded that soils is in good health and has 76% (TC4) and 73% (TC5). Storet method confirmed score result for soils as B-class or in good condition. According to these result, TC4 and TC5 of Muliasari Village was lightly polluted and still has good prospect as crops land. Key Words: Tidal zone, Water quality, pollution
Social Conflicts Between Oil-Palm Plantation Company and Indigenous People in Jambi Province Nilakrisna, Dewi; Taqwa, Ridha; Sriati, Sriati; Purnama, Dadang Hikmah; Susanto, Robiyanto Hendro
Journal of Tropical Life Science Vol 6, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Journal of Tropical Life Science

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The oil-palm plantation development policy meant to increase the economic growth and to provide jobs opportu nities in rural area. The development policy that participate the private sectors creates many social conflict in Indonesia, especially against the indigenous people community. The purpose of this research is to fid out, how the oil-palm plantation development policies implemented and the impact to the indigenous people community in Batanghari Regency, Jambi Province. This qualitative research used case study approach and qualitative data anal ysis based on extended text. Obtaining data through direct observation, in-depth interview, structured interview, and literature studies.The study results showed that the implementation of the large scale oil-palm plantation development policy, has caused approximately 1/3 area of Batang Hari Regency was controlled by the private companies and give negative impacts to almost 3.000 peoples of SAD Batin 9 community. They have been evicted, marginalized and face the uncertainty rights to the land. The implementation of oil palm plantation development policy without take a no tice to the existing social environmental condition has deny the indigenous people existence. It has stimulated some contradiction to the injustice government policy. Therefore this research recommends the government to consider about the social and environmental impacts before issued any policy in order to protect the social justice for all citizens.
Jurnal Akuakultur Rawa Indonesia Vol 5, No 2 (2017): JURNAL AKUAKULTUR RAWA INDONESIA
Publisher : Universitas Sriwijaya

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ABSTRACT                The increasing of people amount, the more activities done happen around the Komering River. Many activities done can potentially lead to a decrease in water quality in the river. This study aimed to analyze the water quality in accordance with the raw river water quality criteria for class I and to analyze the water quality state in the Komering river of  Ulak Jermun village Sirah Pulau Padang District. This research was conducted in the Komering Ulak Jermun village Sirah Pulau Padang District from November to December 2016. The observation of water samples conducted at the Laboratory Pengujian Terpadu of Chemistry Faculty of Mathematics University of Sriwijaya. This research used survey method that consists of three stations with 9 sampling points and sampling was conducted 4 times in a month. Based on the analysis of water quality parameters are still within the range of quality standards among others, temperature, pH, BOD5 and phosphate while the water quality parameters exceed the quality standard that TSS, dissolved oxygen, COD and ammonia and based on the analysis storet Komering river waters classified into water quality class C, i.e. moderately contaminated. Keywords: Komering River, Water Quality, Storet  Methods, Water Quality Index 
Developing Seasonal Operation for Water Table Management in Tidal Lowland Reclamations Areas at South Sumatera, Indonesia Imanudin, Momon Sodik Imanudin; Armanto, Mustika Edi; Susanto, Robiyanto Hendro
Journal of Tropical Soils Vol 16, No 3: September 2011

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The objective of the study was to develop the water management operational plan at tertiary blocks for the growth of rice and corn.  Study was conducted at reclaimed tidal lowland area which was located at Primer 10, Delta Saleh.  This area was classified as a C-typhology land (dry).  The methods of the study were survey, field measurements, computer simulation, and field action research.  Study stages were consisted of survey and monitoring, water status evaluation, water management scenarios design, model simulation, and model adaptation.  Computer model of DRAINMOD had been used to estimate the water table status and to design water table control operation at tertiary blocks.  Simulation results showed that the model worked properly which was indicated by root mean square error of 1.45 cm, model efficiency of 0.97, and correlation coefficient of 0.84.  Model adaptation for dry land condition (C-typhology) showed that the best scenario was land utilization pattern of rice-corn.  This paper presented monthly water management operational plan for rice crop in first cropping season (CS1) during November-February period and for corn crop in second cropping season (CS2) during May-August period.  Results of computer simulation and field study showed that the main objective of water management in this area was water retention in combination with land leaching.
Economic valuation for water supply from Merapi Volcano National Park Case study: Kali Kuning sub watershed Setiyani, Ayu Diyah; de Fraiture, Charlotte; Susanto, Robiyanto Hendro; Duker, Annelieke
Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Management) Vol 7, No 1 (2017): Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (JPSL)
Publisher : Graduate School Bogor Agricultural University (SPs IPB)

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The Merapi Volcano National Park (MVNP) is developed based on particular considerations such as protecting ecosystem or preserving certain species. Management of national park will not succeed unless the communities surrounding park support the park itself. However, it will be challenging because the park was established through a ‘top-down’ process. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the surrounding communities are able to derive benefit economically from the park, especially environmental services such as water supply. The goal of this study is to estimate the economic value for water supply from MVNP with Kali Kuning Sub Watershed as the study case. The economic valuation is estimated based on three different land use maps: 2015’s (deforestation), 2025’s (afforestation) and extreme condition which is grassland (without national park). The economic value is approached by market price for water use value. Lastly, cost and benefit analysis based on several scenarios (deforestation, afforestation and ‘without national park’) is implemented. The study shows that afforestation scenario presents the highest economic value from water supply for the surrounding communities as well as the downstream communities.