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Title: Participatory three dimensional mapping for the preparation of landslide disaster risk reduction program
Authors: Kusratmoko, Eko
Wibowo, Adi
Cholid, Sofyan
Pin, Tjiong Giok
Keywords: Participatory three
dimensional mapping
preparation of landslide
disaster risk
reduction program
Issue Date: Jul-2017
Publisher: American Institute of Physics Inc.
Series/Report no.: Volume 1857;No. 1
Abstract: This paper presents the results of applications of participatory three dimensional mapping (P3DM) method for fqcilitating the p eop le of Cibanteng' village to comp ile a landslide disaster risk reduction program. Physical factors, as high rainfall, topography, geology and land use, and coupled with the condition of demographic and social-economic factors, make up the Cibanteng region highly susceptible to landslides. During the years 2013-2014 has happened 2 times landslides which caused economic losses, as a result of damage to homes and farmland. Participatory mapping is one part of the activities of community-based disaster risk reduction (CBDRR)), because of the involvement of local communities is a prerequisite for sustainable disaster risk reduction. In this activity, particip atory mapping method are done in two ways, namely participatory two-dimensional mapping (P2DM) with a focus on mapping of disaster areas and participatory three-dimensional mapping (P3DM) with a focus on the entire territory of the village. Based on the results P3DM, the ability of the communities in understanding the village environment spatially well-tested and honed, so as to facilitate the preparation of the CBDRR programs. Furthermore, the P3DM method can be applied to another disaster areas, due to it becomes a medium of effective dialogue between all levels of involved communities.
Description: 6th International Symposium on Earth Hazard and Disaster Mitigation, ISEDM 2016; CCRS Hall of Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)Bandung; Indonesia
ISSN: 0094243X
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