Jurnal Ilmiah Mahasiswa STKIP PGRI Sumbar
|Nama / NPM||Sovira Pertiwi / 15030042|
|Program Studi||Pendidikan Geografi|
|Pembimbing I||Erna Juita|
|Pembimbing II||Arie Zella Putra Ulni|
This study aims to analyze: 1) The level of flood vulnerability in Dharmasraya District, 2) Spatial distribution of disasters in Dharmasraya District, and 3) The suitability of flood disaster vulnerability to flood events in Dharmasraya District.The study was conducted in the Dharmasraya District with a total population of the entire region in the Dharmasraya District. This research uses descriptive research type. This research uses quantitative analysis techniques and overlays using GIS.The conclusions of the results of the study are: The level of flood vulnerability in Dharmasraya District is from the low, medium to high category, with the most extensive medium vulnerability level of flood. Spatial distribution of flood prone areas in the entire Dharmasraya District area covers 11 Subdistricts, while the suitability of flood disaster vulnerability with flood events in Dharmasraya District, based on field data from BPBD Dharmasraya District occurs in 10 Districts and the results of the Flood Vulnerability map occur in 10 Subdistricts too, including: Punjung Island, Sitiung, Timpeh, Koto Baru, Koto Besar, Koto Salak, Nine Koto, Padang Laweh, Tiumang, and Asam Jujuhan, as well as for Sub-districts that have never been flooded, namely Sungai Rumbai Subdistrict, we can draw from the explanation above the conclusion that there is a compatibility between the flood disaster event and the flood vulnerability map.
Spatial Analysis, Flooding, VulnerabilityLogin terlebih dahulu.