Barianto, Didit Hadi
Geological Engineering Department Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Promoting a Model of Research-Based Education in Disaster Mitigation Karnawati, Dwikorita; Wilopo, Wahyu; Inderawan, Gde Budi; Sudarno, Ignatius; Barianto, Didit Hadi
Journal of Applied Geology Vol 2, No 3 (2010)
Publisher : Geological Engineering Department Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This paper highlights the importance to provide appropriate education model with multidisciplinary approach for supporting the capacity development in disaster mitigation. This education model is implemented as a student community service program, in order to accommodate the needs for improving the students’ knowledge and skill, as well as for stimulating the development of ethical values with respect to humanity and sustainable development concerns. This education model has been conducting as a part of the formal curricula at Gadjah Mada University, and it is accordingly introduced and reviewed in this paper with the specific emphasize to discuss its objective, mechanism, benefits, and social impacts, as well as the respective challenges. Finally, this research-based education model is proposed as one model for the disaster mitigation education, which can be applied not only for Indonesian but may also for ASEAN education model. Keywords: Education model, research-based, disaster mitigation
THE USE OF FORAMINIFERA FOSSILS FOR RECONSTRUCTING THE YOGYAKARTA GRABEN, YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Barianto, Didit Hadi; Kuncoro, Pentatok; Watanabe, Koichiro
Journal of Applied Geology Vol 2, No 2
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The Yogyakarta region is located in the southeastern part of Central Java, Indonesia. The region forms an elongated northeast – southwest-trending central depression bordered by two parallel faults in the west and east. These major faults divided the area into three parts, including the western, central and eastern parts. Herein, we investigate the relative uplift rate of the each part by using planktonic and benthonic foraminiferas. The foraminifera will show the initial position/datum of each part before uplift. Over sixty samples (primarily limestones and marls) were taken for this research. The uplift rates of each part were different and created a depressed block control by way of parallel faults. Based on foraminifera fossil observations, each block was in the same depositional environment (inner neritic) during N9. The present positions indicate that the western part was uplifted higher than the others, with this part being uplifted more than 590 meters. The central part was uplifted less than 120 meters, and the eastern part was uplifted above an altitude of 170-300 meters. Keywords: Foraminifera fossil, planktonic, benthonic, graben, uplift