2024
DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/1314/1/012028
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The zoning of flood disasters by combining tidal flood and urban flood in Semarang City, Indonesia

P S Herbanu,
A Nurmaya,
R M Nisaa
et al.

Abstract: Semarang City, situated along the northern coastal region of Java Island, Indonesia, grapples annually with the dual challenges of tidal flooding and urban inundation. Establishing a comprehensive flood disaster zoning for both tidal floods and urban inundation to identify priority areas for effective flood mitigation and reducing disaster risk. This study aims to assess the potential inundation of tidal floods, urban floods, and their combined impact on Semarang City, using an integrated approach that combine… Show more

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“…Meanwhile, forestry plants will continue to grow as living fences (Border tree planting). On sloping land, a Coincident combination pattern is used, namely a combination of components continuously as long as the land is used (Herbanu et al, 2024;Petropoulos et al, 2022;Veste et al, 2024). Meanwhile, if seen from the spatial aspect, the combination pattern used by the Bakbakulu community is regular, and temporary where the combination pattern can be seen in Figure 5.…”
Section: Respondent's Length Of Residence and Land Ownershipmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Meanwhile, forestry plants will continue to grow as living fences (Border tree planting). On sloping land, a Coincident combination pattern is used, namely a combination of components continuously as long as the land is used (Herbanu et al, 2024;Petropoulos et al, 2022;Veste et al, 2024). Meanwhile, if seen from the spatial aspect, the combination pattern used by the Bakbakulu community is regular, and temporary where the combination pattern can be seen in Figure 5.…”
Section: Respondent's Length Of Residence and Land Ownershipmentioning
confidence: 99%