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IJSTR >> Volume 7 - Issue 8, August 2018 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Interested Statement Of Flood And Potential Area Flood In Samarinda City

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AUTHOR(S)

Purwanto, Yayuk Sri Sundari

 

KEYWORDS

area of flood puddle, flood potential area.

 

ABSTRACT

Areas susceptible to flooding in Karangmumus Sub Watershed is predicted from the slope of the slope is obtained on the slope of North Samarinda slope there is a slope of 0-8% area 12,356.3 ha flat slope class and slope class 8-15% of area 4,141.2 ha slopes of slopes 15-25% area 1,831.6 ha steeper slope class, slope slope 25-40% area 269.2 ha steep slope class and slope> 40% area 12,7 ha class of slope very steep. For flat slope classes and ramps that result in the occurrence of puddles. On the steeper rather steep and steep slopes that result in flooding and erosion in the river flow. For cover / use of scrubland 12,700,7 ha 31,8913%, mining area 1,627,4 ha 4,0864%, settlement with wide of 1,814,9 ha 4,557,2%, open land with wide of 781,5 ha amounted to 1.9623%, forest cover with an area of 47.1 ha of 0.1183% and a puddle area of 1.506 ha of 55.72%. with the potential of flood prone areas in the Karangmumus Sub Watershed , which is indicated by the size of the flood puddle causing flood prone areas.

 

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