Events

March 27, 2017

Two Events could be attended :

link : GCGE 2017

and:

International Conference on Energy, Environment and Information System

link : ICENIS

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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:

poster

 


MoU Between Research Centre for Limnology – LIPI and Faculty Biology, Universitas Negeri Medan

October 23, 2016

The Mou was signed by both institutions on September 9, 2016 in Medan.  Besides MoU, Director of Research Centre for Limnology – LIPI gave presentation as a keynote speaker in Bio-Expo 2016 and National Seminar & Workshop Biology.

Pictures:

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The 12th International Congress of Ecology (INTECOL) – Beijing 2017

June 26, 2016

The 12th International Congress of Ecology ( INTECOL 2017 Beijing) organized by INTECOL will be held in Beijing, August 21-25, 2017.

The theme of the congress is Ecology and Civilization in a Changing World, which will focus on harmonious and sustainable development among people, nature, and society in the context of global development. During the congress, the issues on the following fields will be thoroughly discussed, i.e., ecosystem service valuation and sustainable development, culture conservation and human well-being, global change, environmental change in urbanization, ecosystem restoration and management, biodiversity conservation and ecosystem health, ecological civilization, molecular ecology and ecological genomics.

Please check this link

 


The 16th World Lake Conference

March 6, 2016

CONFERENCE THEME AND PARTICIPANTS

The theme of the conference is “Lake Ecosystem Health and Its Resilience: Diversity and Risks of Extinction”. The participants are expected to be coming from worldwide researchers, academicians, governments, Non Governmental Organizations, as well as local communities and other stakeholders. The number of participants is selected based on the abstract selection to be conducted by the event scientific committee. It is expected that about 700 to 1000 attendees will participate in this forum.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS & DATE

The conference is organized by The Republic of Indonesia; Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ministry of Public Works and Housing, and Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) in collaboration with International Lake Environment Committee Foundation (ILEC) which has co-hosted The World Lake Conference over 30 years.

More information detail in WLC16

TOPICS:

INA01 Climate change and water crisis
INA01-01 hydrological change impacts
INA01-02 hydrodynamic changes impacts
INA01-03 lakes as carbon sinks and carbon stock capacitors
INA01-04 adaptation and mitigation of lakes under climate-change threats
INA02 Lake environments under stress and their restoration challenges
INA02-01 Dying lakes and their rehabilitations
INA02-02 land-based pollution and sedimentation
INA02-03 eutrophication related phenomena and restoration measures
INA03 Lake and lake basin management and policies
INA03-01 Catchment management
INA03-02 shoreline management
INA03-03 in-lake measures
INA03-04 river-lake-estuary systems
INA03-05 lentic-lotic complexes
INA03-06 lake basin governance
INA03-07 legal and regulatory practices
INA03-08 integrated lake basin management (ILBM)
INA03-09 ecosystem service frameworks
INA03-10 best management practices
INA04 Multiple water use purposes
INA04-01 hydropower generation
INA04-02 bottled waters
INA04-03 irrigation
INA04-04 public water supplies
INA05 Water education, ecotourism, culture
INA05-01 awareness campaigns
INA05-02 community participation
INA05-03 local knowledge/wisdom
INA05-04 heartware approaches
INA06 Data base and knowledgebase systems, informatics, monitoring technologies
INA06-01 geo-spatial technologies and mapping
INA06-02 GIS and Remote Sensing techniques and applications
INA06-03 data inventories and metadata sources
INA06-04 modeling and analytical tools
INA07 Biodiversity and conservation
INA07-01 biodiversity assessment
INA07-02 biodiversity restoration techniques
INA07-03 freshwater fishery issues, challenges and prospects
INA07-04 indigenous species of flora and fauna
INA07-05 assessment and management of invasive species of fish and vegetation
INA08 Ecotechnology and ecohydrology (Pak Tjandra,
INA08-01 ecosystem restoration and restoration ecology
INA08-02 ecosystem-based water quality improvement
INA08-03 assessment of ecosystem health
INA08-04 litoral zones and ecotones
INA09 Manmade lakes
INA09-01 limnology of man-made lakes
INA09-02 reservoir operations and management
INA09-03 dams and their impacts
INA09-04 urban lakes
INA09-05 disused mining pools
INA09-06 waste mining ponds
INA10 Limnology and limnological science fundamentals
INA10-01 limnology of tropical lakes
INA10-02 brackish lakes and its limnology
INA10-03 lake-river interactions
INA10-04 physical limnology and sediment transport
INA10-05 paleolimnology