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Sriwijaya Journal of Environment
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Sriwijaya Journal of Environment (SJE), a multidisciplinary environmental sciences Journal is a Peer-reviewed Journal and publishes from Graduate School, Sriwijaya University, Indonesia. The journal publishes high quality reviews, full papers and communications in all branches of environmental sciences Articles submitted for publication in Sriwijaya Journal of Environment (SJE) should strictly adhere to the following: Provide original work in environmental science, which is not published elsewhere in any medium by the authors or anyone else, and is not under consideration for publication in any other medium. Sriwijaya Journal of Environment is a scientific journal, which publishes latest research results from all fields of environmental sciences, thus articles should focus on the aims and scope of the journal.
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CONNECTIVITY INDEX OF INFRASTRUCTURAL ACCESSIBILITY FOR DISABILITIES IN THE CITY OF PALEMBANG Ardiwinata, Yogie; Maryono, Maryono; Shalihat, Annisa Kurnia
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 4, No 3 (2019): AGROTECHNOLOGY AND SOCIOECONOMICAL WELFARE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2019.4.3.171-176

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Accessibility is a major component in the physical planning of an area. Good physical planning must include important components including facilities for persons with disabilities to be used by all people. The downtown area of Palembang is a strategic area of Palembang city that needs to be assessed on the connectivity index. The research object used is public facilities that are used as connectivity between buildings. This assessment was carried out aiming to determine the completeness of existing facilities and the feasibility of accessibility between buildings. The assessment is carried out by identifying existing facilities and to determine the level of completeness of the facilities through the scoring method. The connectivity index analysis was carried out based on these results to determine the feasibility of the facility and the feasibility of accessibility in the region. The results obtained from the connectivity index analysis are the level of accessibility between buildings. The level of accessibility is carried out classification based on the connectivity index to determine the feasibility of accessibility between buildings. Based on these results, there are four feasibility classifications in the central area of Palembang. Two roads are categorised as very feasible, five roads are decent, five road segments are less feasible and one road is not feasible.
YIELD RESPONSE AND WATER PRODUCTIVITY FOR RICE GROWTH WITH SEVERAL IRRIGATIONS TREATMENT IN WEST JAVA Sosiawan, Hendri; Annisa, Wahida
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 4, No 2 (2019): Aquatic Environment
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2019.4.2.109-116

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As the challenges toward increasing water for irrigation and water scarcity threats become more prevalent, knowledge of crop yield response to water can facilitate the development of irrigation strategies for improving agricultural productivity.  Experiments were conducted to to compare water usage of several irrigation treatment on rice growth performance and productivity and its water use efficiency.  These experiments were conducted using Situbagendit rice variety (115 day length periode), Urea and Tri Super Phospate fertilizer.  Fertilizer dosage follows fertilizer recommendations for rice, i.e : Urea 250 kg/ha, SP-36 100 kg/ha and 100 kg KCl/ha. Irrigation started from land preparation. controll block (deep flooding) was flooded by a water height of 7 cm. Low level continues flow block was flooded by a water height of 3-5 cm. The volume of water used to saturate the soil of the saturated block was estimated. The number of days of non-flooded soil in AWD before irrigation is applied can vary from 1 day to more than 5 days.  The results showed that total volume of water supplied during the rice growing period in the control block was  2,761.91 m3. Total water volume related to the low level continous flow irrigation block was about 1,217.03 and only about  638.98 m3 for the alternate wet and dry irrigation block. Total volume supplied for soil saturation treatment was about 549.74 m3. Regardless the performance of rice crop growth, it?s the most efficient treatment in terms of water use. It only required an amount of water around14-20 % of amount of water consumed by the continuous deep flooding treatment.  The rice yield of deep flooding irrigation treatment was equivalent to 5.6 tons/ha of dry paddy while the yields of low level continuous flow irrigation,alternate wet and dry irrigation and soil saturation treatments reached 5,3 tons/ha,3.36 tons/ha and 2.80 tons/ ha respectively
KNOWLEDGE OF GREEN PRACTICES ADOPTION AND INFUSION AMONG EMPLOYEES’ OF SELECTED MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA Solaja, Oludele Mayowa; Adetola, Obatunde Bright
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 4, No 3 (2019): AGROTECHNOLOGY AND SOCIOECONOMICAL WELFARE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2019.4.3.146-156

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This study investigates the knowledge of green practices adoption and infusion among employees of selected manufacturing companies in Ogun State, Nigeria. The study adopts a descriptive design in which qualitative (in-depth interview and key informant interview guide) and quantitative (questionnaire) methods were used for data collection. Multistage sampling techniques were employed in selecting respondents for the study. A total of 321 respondents were utilized in gathering the quantitative data while four (4) key informant interviews and eight (8) in-depth interviews were used for the collection of qualitative data. Descriptive statistics (frequency count and percentage distribution) and qualitative content analysis were deployed in analysing the data. The socio-demographic of the respondents showed that all had some level of formal education.  The findings of the study also revealed that a majority (84.7%) of the respondents had some level of knowledge about green practices adoption and infusion in their organizations however a significant proportion (15.3%) of the respondents are still lacking sufficient understanding of green practices adoption and infusion as indicated in the study organizations. The study therefore concludes that improved awareness and education on every aspect of green practices infusion and adoption is still needed among employees of manufacturing companies in Nigeria in order to achieve the desired sustainable development goals by the year 2030.
DEVELOPING HABITAT CONSERVATION SUITABLE FOR NAM XOUANG RESERVOIR, VIENTIANE PROVINCE, LAO PDR Muthmainnah, Dina; Rais, Aroef Hukmanan; Sibouthong, Dondavanh
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 4, No 2 (2019): Aquatic Environment
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2019.4.2.78-84

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The establishment of the conservation area considers the most important issues of the environment changing in inland waters of ASEAN Countries. To respond this issue, a study was conducted in Nam Xouang Reservoir, Lao PDR, in 2018. To determine the conservation area, data and information were collected by mapping the deep waters area of spawning grounds, feeding ground, fishing seasons, and fish species caught. The data was collected with the support of six enumerators in upper-side and downside of the reservoir to identify the fish species and fish length-weight data. Results showed that built the display boards and warning signs is an effective way of considering simultaneously, to inform the local villagers about the fishing regulations and fish conservation zones. The participation of local fishing communities and local authorities might be necessary for the successful and sustainable management of the fisheries in the Nam Xouang Reservoir.
JOB DESIGN OF THE KLEDER IN CATTLE DISTRIBUTION CHAIN ON THE CAMARA NUSANTARA CATTLE SHIP Zulhijariyanto, Zulhijariyanto -; Fuah, Asnath Maria; Cyrilla, Lucia -; Triyonggo, Yunus -
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 4, No 3 (2019): AGROTECHNOLOGY AND SOCIOECONOMICAL WELFARE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2019.4.3.117-122

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The purpose of this study was to analyze and design the design of the kleder work on cattle transportation in the Camara Nusantara Livestock Ship. This study uses descriptive qualitative analysis method by conducting observations, documentation, literature studies, and direct interviews with the objects studied in the field. Primary data is obtained from the main actors and secondary data through observation, documentation, and literature. The work design was designed following the Mader-Clark approach and the cattle distribution chain was presented in the form of a flow chart. Based on the results of this study indicate that the kleder in the Camara Nusantara Livestock Ship does not yet have a design work and has not applied the job description and specifications of the work needed. This is indicated by the absence of work competency standards which are used as work guidelines so that the team does not carry out duties in accordance with their duties and authority on the Camara Nusantara Livestock Ship. Cow distribution chain that uses transportation The Camara Nusantara cattle ship has three distribution models. The most efficient distribution model is through breeders, cattle fattening companies, slaughterhouses, and consumers.
STRUCTURE OF PLANKTON COMMUNITY IN THE KOMERING RIVER OF PALEMBANG CITY AREA SOUTH SUMATRA Tawanggian, Yosafat; Sagala, Effendi Parlindungan; Hanafiah, Zazili
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 5, No 1 (2020): Environmental Friendly
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Penelitian tentang struktur komunitas plankton dan kualitas air. Penelitian tentang Struktur Komunitas Plankton di wilayah Sungai Komering di Kota Palembang, Sumatera Selatan telah dilakukan pada bulan Februari - April 2017. Lokasi pengambilan sampel adalah Penentuan berdasarkan metode Purposive Sampling, yaitu berdasarkan perbedaan lingkungan sekitar. Identifikasi sampel plankton dilakukan di Laboratorium Ekologi Hewan, Departemen Biologi, Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam, Universitas Sriwijaya, Indralaya. Hasil penelitian genera 16 plankton terdiri dari 10 kelas: Bacillariophyceae, Chloropyceae, Fragilariophyceae, Cyanophyceae, Xanthophyceae, Flagellata, Rizophoda, Crustacea, Branchiopoda, dan Nematodes. Kisaran kelimpahan Plankton di Sungai Komering rendah antara 1 individu / liter - 91 individu / liter. Indeks keanekaragaman spesies di mana 0,88-1,18, tambang ini adalah kategori sedang. Indeks Dominan Plankton di stasiun 3 dan merupakan genera dominan, dengan nilai 4 0,56 dan 0,62, yang menunjukkan keberadaan spesies plankton yang mendominasi dan berdasarkan nilai indeks kesamaan menunjukkan bahwa antar stasiun penelitian memiliki kemiripan yang tinggi Mulai dari 40% - 82%. Sedangkan faktor fisik-kimia di perairan sungai tergolong stabil.            
DEMOGRAPHIC RISE EFFECT ON WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS IN URBAN HIGHER LEARNING INSTITUTIONS; CASE STUDY OF KENYATTA UNIVERSITY Makokha, Mary
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 4, No 2 (2019): Aquatic Environment
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2019.4.2.85-96

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In the past ten years, public institutions including Kenyatta University have experienced a surge in population growth, exacerbated by a demand for higher education. The university population has increased eight times more between the year 2006-2016 leading to inadequacy in accommodation services within university premises, thus three quarters of these students reside in the neighboring areas. This study aimed at looking at the impact of this population increase on the water systems. Quantitative and qualitative methods were employed; three FGDs, key informant interviews and 220 respondents were interviewed comprising of; students, households, caretakers and small business owners. The study established that 62% of the residents used water from municipal water integrated to borehole supply. There were high water shortages marked with rationing as supply was only 2-3 times a week during student peak sessions. Most residents reverted to boreholes that were sunk without following set standards. 60% stored water in locally made tanks with low storage capacity inadequate to meet demand. The respondents felt the need to have an integrated holistic approach and coordination among all relevant stakeholders including; government, management institutions, households, students, public institution administrators, and businesses in order to comprehensively manage the water resources effectively
GEOGRAPHICAL AND LEVEL OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT VARIATION ON THE PHENOMENON OF ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT IN INDONESIA: DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS Abduh, Muhammad; Budianta, Dedik; Arinafril, Arinafril; Erina, Lili
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 4, No 3 (2019): AGROTECHNOLOGY AND SOCIOECONOMICAL WELFARE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2019.4.3.123-132

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To simplify the description of the damage phenomenon to the earth, the concept of ecological footprint can be used. This concept is not specifically built to calculate the destruction of the earth. This concept calculates how much space (land and water) humans need to produce the resources they need including absorbing the waste they produce. This study calculates Indonesia's ecological footprint by observing variations according to geography and the level of regional government. This research uses the Environmental Care Behavior Survey Year 2013, Village Potential Census Year 2011 and the 2013 National Social Welfare Survey, or SUSENAS. All were surveyed by the Indonesian Central Bureau of Statistics. As a result, Indonesia's ecological footprint is 1.51 gha. At the provincial level, the ecological footprint of Jakarta is the highest compared to other provinces? of 1.84 gha. While East Nusa Tenggara has the lowest ecological footprint, which is 1.30 gha. Indonesia's ecological footprint follows the general pattern in the world, of higher ecological footprint in urban area compared to other types of regions such as villages, watersheds, beaches, mountains, forests or hilly areas.
MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSIS FOR EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND DISASTER REDUCTION OF FLOOD akbar, ichsanul
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 4, No 2 (2019): Aquatic Environment
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2019.4.2.52-58

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One indicator of environmental change due to climate change and human activities is changes in river flow and dynamics that can be seen on the visible scale and watershed. This study used geomorphic data which was an important factor for understanding natural processes that occur in efforts to reduced and managed flood risk. Changed in river morphometry would affect the characteristics of river flow, especially in watersheds that have meanders. Analysis was carried out on the Ogan River flow in the Ulak Pandan area and around by comparing flow changes in 1990 and 2016 as well as the used of land at the research site. The morphometry changes were analyzed by changing the width of the river and sinuosity parameters to evaluate the type of change that occurred. The results showed that there was an increase in the width of the river and the sinuosity index value at the same time it appeared that river meanders 5, 6 and 7 represented changes with the highest increase, whereas for land used to changed there was an increase in plantation land and agricultural land. This, indirectly by making changed to land use changed, the destruction of the natural vegetation of the river system results in degradation of river flow, especially in the outer meander arc.
THE APPLICATION OF MODELING GAMMA-PARETO DISTRIBUTED DATA USING GLM GAMMA IN ESTIMATION OF MONTHLY RAINFALL WITH TRMM DATA Hanum, Herlina; Wigena, Aji Hamim; Djuraidah, Anik; Mangku, I Wayan
Sriwijaya Journal of Environment Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Water As A Vital Resource for Life
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22135/sje.2017.2.2.40-45

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As a recently developed distribution, the application of Gamma-Pareto is limited to single variable modeling.  A specific transformation of Gamma-Pareto (G-P) yields gamma distribution. Therefore, it is possible to use analysis based on gamma distribution (e.g. GLM) for modeling G-P distributed data.  In this paper we study the application of modeling G-P distributed data using GLM gamma for monthly rainfall which observed in Sukadana Station.  The modeling aims to analyze whether Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite data is a good estimator for unobserved station?s data.  The transformed of station?s data were considered as response variable in GLM gamma.  The explanatory variable is TRMM data in 9 grids around the station. There are two kinds of modeling i.e. model for whole data and extreme data. The results show that for both data the station?s data are G-P distributed and the transformed data are gamma distributed.  TRMM rainfall data at each grid around the station can be used to estimate the observed data of monthly rainfall. The best model for both data contains dummy variables which correspond to inter quantile data.  The coefficients of dummy variables in the best model may substitute the grouping or the correction in the previous studies.