Archipelago Lake Conferenec 2017

September 25, 2017

Archipelago Lake Conferenec 2017 – Gorontalo Regency, Indonesia, September 21 – 23, 2017.

Theme: Inter-diciplinary – Based Lake Ecosystem Rescue

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The Indonesian Society of Limnology, Seminar October 30 – 31, 2017

August 27, 2017


Southeast Asian Limnological Network

May 28, 2017

From the “World Lake Conference” (WLC), November 2016 in Bali, one of the results of this event was SEAL-Net as an initiative from Southeast Asian countries who concern to their inland waters.

The establishment of Southeast Asian Limnological Network was based on the fact that there is a a need to promote tropical limnology research and studies to such an extent. Recognition of tropical limnology studies should be as much important as that of subtropical and temperate ones. `

Please check this link SEAL-Net


Events

March 27, 2017

Two Events could be attended :

link : GCGE 2017

and:

International Conference on Energy, Environment and Information System

link : ICENIS


Banjir Bandang Kembali Melanda Kota Bima

March 26, 2017

BIMA, KOMPAS.com  – Banjir bandang kembali melanda Kota Bima, Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB), Minggu (26/3/2017)

Kepala BPBD Kota Bima, H Syarafuddin mengatakan, hujan deras yang turun sejak Minggu siang hingga malam ini menyebabkan sejumlah sungai di Kota Bima meluap ke permukiman warga di beberapa kecamatan.   “Banjir mulai memasuki permukiman warga sekitar pukul 17.00 Wita,” kata Syarafuddin kepada wartawan, Minggu malam.

Adapun sejumlah kecamatan yang diterjang banjir di antaranya Rasanae Barat, Mpunda, Raba dan Asakota. “Ketinggian air rata-rata mencapai 50 sampai 75 sentimeter,” kata Syarafuddin.  Ia juga mengatakan, banyak warga dari empat wilayah itu yang telah keluar menyelamatkan diri dari terjangan banjir.

Selain mengungsi di masjid, sebagian warga memilih mengungsi ke rumah kerabatnya atau bertahan ke lantai dua rumahnya masing-masing.  Syarafuddin mengatakan, di samping membangun tenda, pihaknya telah menyediakan logistik untuk keperluan korban banjir yang ada ditempat pengungsian.  “Untuk sementara kami baru menyediakan makanan siap saji untuk korban banjir,” ujar dia.

Ia mengatakan, potensi hujan lebat di Kecamatan Wowo, wilayah timur Kabupaten Bima, menyebabkan air di sejumlah sungai di Kota Bima meluap dengan cepat. “Air sungai naik secara cepat karena hujan lebat terjadi di hulu,” ujar dia lagi.

Derasnya hujan kembali mengguyur wilayah setempat juga merendam sebagian jalan raya. Akibatnya, arus lalu lintas di lokasi rawan banjir, seperti di Jalan Soekrano Hatta, lumpuh total.   “Air meluber sampai ke jalan raya dengan ketinggian sampai 75 sentimeter. Para pengendara terpaksa dialihkan oleh petugas ke jalan alternatif lainnya,” ujar Syarafuddin.

Penulis: Kontributor Bima, Syarifudin

Editor: Icha Rastika

 


Flash floods displace 100,000 people in Bima

December 24, 2016
Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara | Sat, December 24, 2016 | 03:06 pm

Flash floods displace 100,000 people in Bima Force of nature: People observe a collapsed bridge brought down by a recent flood in Kodo subdistrict, Bima, West Nusa Tenggara, on Wednesday. (Antara/Humas Pemprov NTB)

A series of flash floods that hit Bima municipality and Bima regency, both in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), earlier this week, have displaced over 100,000 local residents and have paralyzed economic activity in the region, local authorities have said.

NTB Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPPD) head Muhammad Rum said on Saturday the flash floods, which swept through the region on Wednesday and Friday following hours of heavy rainfall, had inundated 33 subdistricts, home to a total of 105,000 people.   “Today [Saturday], the floods have started to recede. Some people have left evacuation shelters to return to their homes,” Rum said.

The NTB provincial administration claimed that, as of Saturday, no deaths had been reported from the floods.  The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) also stated that the two affected regions would be given an emergency status for 14 days until Jan. 4, 2017.   The BNPB reported on Thursday that the flash floods were caused by Cyclone Yvette in the Indian Ocean, some 620 kilometers south of Denpasar, Bali.

 

Panca Nugraha (The Jakarta Post)


Collaboration Between RCL and USM Biology

November 30, 2016

Please see it in this link:

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