Analysis Of Vulnerability Of Groundwater In Mining Area

Tedy Agung Cahyadi, Rika Ernawati, Shenny Linggasari, Ilham Firmansyah

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Mining activities have a considerable influence on groundwater availability. One of the efforts to manage the quantity and quality of groundwater is by analyzing the vulnerability of groundwater. Various methods have been applied to analyze groundwater vulnerability, one of which is the SINTACS method. This method consists of seven parameters groundwater level depth, aquifer type, infiltration rate, unsaturated zone material, soil type, hydraulic conductivity, and topography. These parameters are classified based on the rating and weight of the level of groundwater vulnerability. The results of the classification will be processed using ArcGIS software to determine areas that are potentially vulnerable to groundwater vulnerability. The results of the level of groundwater vulnerability in the study area showed 9% low vulnerability, 63% moderate vulnerability, 23% high vulnerability, 5% high vulnerability


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Vulnerability, Groundwater, Mining, Sintacs

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31098/ess.v1i1.157

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