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Tsunamigenik di Selat Sunda: Kajian terhadap katalog Tsunami Soloviev Yudhicara, Yudhicara; Budiono, K.
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 3, No 4 (2008)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (797.027 KB) | DOI: 10.17014/ijog.3.4.241-251

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20086Tsunamigenic is a natural phenomena which is potential to generate a tsunami, such as water dis- turbance due to the presence of activities of volcanism, earthquakes, coastal and sub marine landslidse, or other causal factors . Historically, the Sunda Strait has experienced several tsunami events recorded in the tsunami catalog. Those tsunamies were caused by some geological phenomena such as eruptions of Krakatau submarine volcano in 416, 1883, and 1928; earthquakes in 1722, 1852, and 1958; and other causes which were suggested as a mass failure of coastal and submarine landslide in 1851, 1883, and 1889. Tectonic condition of the Sunda Strait is very complicated, because this region is located at the boundary of Indian-Australian and Eurasian Plates, where a unique island arc system occurs with its association such as trench, accretionary zone, volcanic arc and back-arc basin. Sunda trench as a plate boundary is the most potential region to produce big earthquakes. Existence of a seismic gap in the region can cause a stress accumulation and store energy, then it will be released any time as a big earthquake to generate a tsunami. Along eruption history, Krakatau volcanic arc has four stages of reconstruction and three stages of destruction, and every destruction stage produces tsunami which is suggested to be potentially repeated in the future in a period between 2500 to 2700. Seafloor of the Sunda Strait has an unstable geological condition due to geological structure development, which creates grabens and also enable to produce submarine landslides triggered by earthquake. Coastal condition around the Semangko and Lampung Bays consisting of steep topography with high intensity of weathering, is another factor to contribute landslide, particularly in the case of triggering be heavy rainfall between December to Februari. Furthermore, if landslide materials tumble into the water, even very small and locally, could create a potency of tsunami.  
Seismotektonik dan Potensi Kegempaan Wilayah Jawa Soehaimi, A.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20085A seismogenetic study shows the Jawa Island Arc and its subduction zone system belong to a highly active seismotectonic arc unit (west Jawa and Sumatera) and an active seismotectonic arc unit (western part of West Jawa – Central Jawa – East Jawa). In general, these regions are part of the Indonesian Earthquake Hazard Zones No. VI, VII, VII and IX. The regions are characterized by the presence of rare earthquake of magnitude > 8.5 Richter Scale (western part of Java), frequent magnitude of 7 Richter Scale and common 5 - 6 Richter Scale (Southern part of Java). The potential hazardous earthquake in Jawa that is > 5,6 Richter Scale of magnitude and shallow depth (< 30 km) is due to a subduction zone earthquake. Epicenter distance, magnitude, geological site conditions, population, and infrastructure are the index of earthquake hazard and risk in these regions. The earthquake hazard mitigation programme in the near future is a risk assesment based on macro and microzonation of earthquake hazard and risk. These macrozonation and microzonation assessments are essentially needed for provinces, districts, and cities.    
Micromorphological Characterization of Some Volcanic Soil In West Java Arifin, Mahfud; Devnita, Rina
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 3, No 4 (2008)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (722.842 KB) | DOI: 10.17014/ijog.3.4.195-203

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20082Micromorphological characterization has been studied on six pedons of soils developing in volcanic materials in West Java. The pedons represent deposits of different volcanoes (Mount Tangkuban Perahu, Mount Patuha and Mount Papandayan) with different ages (Pleistocene, Holocene) within two types of volcanisms (andesitic, basaltic), and three agroclimatic zones (A, B1, B2). Undisturbed soil samples were taken from each identifiable horizon for thin section preparations. Observations were carried out by means of a magnifying lens, binocular stereomicroscope, polarization microscope, and scanning electron microscope (SEM). The result demonstrates that micromorphological characteristics of volcanic soils developing from different ages, types of parent material, and climate were different through their c/f related distribution 2µ patterns, c/f ratios, sorting, infillings and coatings of voids, and microstructure.  
Potensi air tanah di cekungan air tanah Sambas, Provinsi Kalimantan Barat Hidayat, Robi S.
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 3, No 4 (2008)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (2629.515 KB) | DOI: 10.17014/ijog.3.4.205-216

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20083The grouping of the groundwater potential of Sambas area using the quantity and quality matrix of those groundwater can be divided into three classes. First, high groundwater potential area distributed in the Jawai, Teluk Keramat, Sejangkung, and Sakura Sub-regencies. Second, the moderate groundwater potential area covers the Sambas and Tebas Sub-regencies. Third, the low groundwater potential area cov- ers the Sanggauledo and Seluas  Sub-regencies.  
Deep Sea Sediment Gravity Flow Deposits in Gulf of Tomini, Sulawesi Kusnida, Dida; Subarsyah, Subarsyah
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 3, No 4 (2008)
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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20084Micro plate collision against the Eastern Arm of Sulawesi since Pliocene has resulted in a major supply of terigenous sediments into Late Miocene rift-basins in Gulf of Tomini. Studies on offshore multi-channel seismic reflection data complemented by published on-land geological data indicate a series of tectonic events that influenced the depositional system in the Gulf of Tomini. During the Late Neogene, alternating pulses of terigenous sediments were deposited in the basins in the form of deep-sea slump-turbidite-pelagic sediments. A sediment gravity flow deposit system at the slope and the base of the basins changed gradually into a deep-sea pelagic fill system toward the center of the basins. Three tectono-stratigraphy sequences (A, B, and C) separated by unconformities indicating the Late Neogene history and the development of the basins were identified. These tectonic processes imply that the earlier sediments in the Gulf of Tomini are accomplished by a differential subsidence, which allows a thickening of basin infill. The Pliocene-Quaternary basin fill marks the onset of a predominant gravity flow depositional system  
Litostratigrafi dan sedimentasi Formasi Kebo dan Formasi Butak di Pegunungan Baturagung, Jawa Tengah Bagian Selatan Surono, Surono
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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20081Lithologically, the Nampurejo Pillow Lava, Kebo and Butak Formations, which are dominated by volcanic rocks, spread west - eastly, along the northern foot of the Baturagung Mountains. The Nampurejo Pillow Lava, which has an Early Oligocene age, is overlain by the Late Oligocene - Early Miocene Kebo and Butak Formations successively. The Nampurejo Pillow Lava consists of basaltic pillow-lavas showing pillow structures and they are intercalated by black sandstones. The Kebo Formation comprises alternating sandstone and pebbly sandstone with intercalations of siltstone, claystone, tuff, and shale. On the other hand, the Butak For- mation is composed of polymic breccia with intercalations of sandstone, pebbly sandstone, claystone, and siltstone/shale. The three units were deposited in a deep – shallow marine basin, which was filled by volcanic prod- ucts. Compared to the lower part of the Kebo Formation, volcanic activities during the deposition of the upper part of the Kebo Formation and the Butak Formation were more active.    
Litostratigrafi dan sedimentasi Formasi Kebo dan Formasi Butak di Pegunungan Baturagung, Jawa Tengah Bagian Selatan Surono, Surono
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 3, No 4 (2008)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (3441.819 KB) | DOI: 10.17014/ijog.3.4.183-193

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20081Lithologically, the Nampurejo Pillow Lava, Kebo and Butak Formations, which are dominated by volcanic rocks, spread west - eastly, along the northern foot of the Baturagung Mountains. The Nampurejo Pillow Lava, which has an Early Oligocene age, is overlain by the Late Oligocene - Early Miocene Kebo and Butak Formations successively. The Nampurejo Pillow Lava consists of basaltic pillow-lavas showing pillow structures and they are intercalated by black sandstones. The Kebo Formation comprises alternating sandstone and pebbly sandstone with intercalations of siltstone, claystone, tuff, and shale. On the other hand, the Butak For- mation is composed of polymic breccia with intercalations of sandstone, pebbly sandstone, claystone, and siltstone/shale. The three units were deposited in a deep ? shallow marine basin, which was filled by volcanic prod- ucts. Compared to the lower part of the Kebo Formation, volcanic activities during the deposition of the upper part of the Kebo Formation and the Butak Formation were more active.    
Micromorphological Characterization of Some Volcanic Soil In West Java Arifin, Mahfud; Devnita, Rina
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 3, No 4 (2008)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (722.842 KB) | DOI: 10.17014/ijog.3.4.195-203

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20082Micromorphological characterization has been studied on six pedons of soils developing in volcanic materials in West Java. The pedons represent deposits of different volcanoes (Mount Tangkuban Perahu, Mount Patuha and Mount Papandayan) with different ages (Pleistocene, Holocene) within two types of volcanisms (andesitic, basaltic), and three agroclimatic zones (A, B1, B2). Undisturbed soil samples were taken from each identifiable horizon for thin section preparations. Observations were carried out by means of a magnifying lens, binocular stereomicroscope, polarization microscope, and scanning electron microscope (SEM). The result demonstrates that micromorphological characteristics of volcanic soils developing from different ages, types of parent material, and climate were different through their c/f related distribution 2µ patterns, c/f ratios, sorting, infillings and coatings of voids, and microstructure.  
Potensi air tanah di cekungan air tanah Sambas, Provinsi Kalimantan Barat Hidayat, Robi S.
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 3, No 4 (2008)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (2629.515 KB) | DOI: 10.17014/ijog.3.4.205-216

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20083The grouping of the groundwater potential of Sambas area using the quantity and quality matrix of those groundwater can be divided into three classes. First, high groundwater potential area distributed in the Jawai, Teluk Keramat, Sejangkung, and Sakura Sub-regencies. Second, the moderate groundwater potential area covers the Sambas and Tebas Sub-regencies. Third, the low groundwater potential area cov- ers the Sanggauledo and Seluas  Sub-regencies.  
Deep Sea Sediment Gravity Flow Deposits in Gulf of Tomini, Sulawesi Kusnida, Dida; Subarsyah, Subarsyah
Indonesian Journal on Geoscience Vol 3, No 4 (2008)
Publisher : Geological Agency

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (416.142 KB) | DOI: 10.17014/ijog.3.4.217-224

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http://dx.doi.org/10.17014/ijog.vol3no4.20084Micro plate collision against the Eastern Arm of Sulawesi since Pliocene has resulted in a major supply of terigenous sediments into Late Miocene rift-basins in Gulf of Tomini. Studies on offshore multi-channel seismic reflection data complemented by published on-land geological data indicate a series of tectonic events that influenced the depositional system in the Gulf of Tomini. During the Late Neogene, alternating pulses of terigenous sediments were deposited in the basins in the form of deep-sea slump-turbidite-pelagic sediments. A sediment gravity flow deposit system at the slope and the base of the basins changed gradually into a deep-sea pelagic fill system toward the center of the basins. Three tectono-stratigraphy sequences (A, B, and C) separated by unconformities indicating the Late Neogene history and the development of the basins were identified. These tectonic processes imply that the earlier sediments in the Gulf of Tomini are accomplished by a differential subsidence, which allows a thickening of basin infill. The Pliocene-Quaternary basin fill marks the onset of a predominant gravity flow depositional system  

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