Geology Information for Community-Based Landslide Risk Prevention and Mitigation

Eko Teguh Paripurno, Nandra Eko Nugroho, Aditya Pandu Wicaksono, Awang Hendrianto Pratomo, Septyan Teguh Mahendra

Abstract


The research location is in the village of Wukirsari, Imogiri Imogiri, Bantul Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta. The study was conducted quantitatively and qualitatively, with data collection by purposive and snowball. Landslide area of 7,922 m2 on 17/3/2019 was at coordinates 433409.04 mE, 9124439.00 mS, moving towards N190oE. The type of landslide is found in the form of rock flow and debris slide. Landslides are triggered by high rainfall and nonworking drainage system in the study area so that the water load increases beyond the critical limit. Until now there has been no landslide information system.  Collecting the geology information, using participatory mapping, has been able to increase community-based awareness of resilience in (1) assessing landslide risk, (2) monitoring the character of landslide hazards, (3) disseminating information on potential landslides, and (4) strengthening community response capacity against landslides.


Keywords


Geology Information, Participatory Mapping, Community Landslide Management

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