Departemen Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan Selenggarakan Stakeholder Meeting ke-2 pengelolaan DAS Saba di Singaraja – Bali

Departemen Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan (SIL) IPB sukses menyelenggarakan stakeholder meeting (SHM) ke-2 pengelolaan DAS Saba di Singaraja – Bali pada tanggal 27 Oktober 2014. Kegiatan ini merupakan salah satu aktivitas dalam rangka kerjasama penelitian antara LPPM IPB dengan Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN - Japan) yang dirintis sejak tahun 2012. Dengan tema “Designing Local Frameworks for Integrated Water Resources Management”.

IPB touts zero runoff system to reduce floods

In an effort to reduce the risk of flooding nationwide, Prof. Budi Indra Setiawan of the Bogor Institute of Agriculture (IPB) in West Java trumpeted on Thursday the benefits of the Zero Runoff System (Zros).

Budi said the use of Zros would help minimize flooding in problematic areas by eliminating puddles of water on roads as soon as the rain stopped.

He added that the system would have three features: reducing the upstream flow of water, increasing the absorption rate of soil, and preventing surface water runoff.

Book Launching: The Gallery of Peatland in Kampar Peninsula and Beyond: Beauties, Challenges, Opportunities

Kampar Peninsula is one of the peat swamp forest ecosystems remaining on Sumatera Island, Indonesia. This area of peat swamp forest is part of the natural resources that have important functions in the conservation of water resources, flood absorbers, seawater intrusion prevention and climate control through its ability to absorb and store carbon. The peatland forest ecosystem’s sustainability is a unity that is determined by the condition of the water system and it is controlled by a dome in the middle.

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