THE DESIGN PLANNING BUDGET NEEDS OF REFUGEES TOWARD DISASTER USING SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF BUFFER ZONE

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THE DESIGN PLANNING BUDGET NEEDS OF REFUGEES TOWARD DISASTER USING SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF BUFFER ZONE

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Title: THE DESIGN PLANNING BUDGET NEEDS OF REFUGEES TOWARD DISASTER USING SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF BUFFER ZONE
Author: Istambul, Muhammad Rozahi
Abstract: Natural disasters such as have become an inseparable part of Indonesian society, since the tsunami disaster in Aceh until the eruption of Mount Merapi, as well as cold lava which is still over an area that was actually not a river. Needs urgent and we must give attention at the moment of disaster. Specifically, in this case Mount Merapi disaster-related, namely the effort to evacuate the people who will be affected by the eruption of the volcano. Obviously, the handling of these refugees will bring up other needs can be anticipated, so the refugees can be saved and their health is maintained. That is, handling and anticipating the impact of disasters needs to be managed properly, such disasters associated with the eruption of the Merapi volcano.Before to the eruption of small and larger still be known / predicted by scientists about the range of lava that will flow into place anywhere. This, the basis for designing a software to analyze the needs of disaster mitigation required have been predicted for a moment. This design will locate any area that will be affected, by obtaining predictions in advance about the reach of eruption / lava is going to happen. The technique used to localize the affected area, using spatial analysis techniques in the buffer zone of GIS software, and will be further processed to determine the immediate urgent needs of the budget done. Keywords: prediction, distance range, spatial techniques, analysis of the buffer zone, the budget needs
URI: http://repository.widyatama.ac.id/xmlui/handle/123456789/1972
Date: 2011-04-27


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