Vulnerability of Miangas Island

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Title Vulnerability of Miangas Island
Creator Baroleh, Maartianus S.
Fahrudin, Achmad
Dahuri, Rokhmin
Susilo, Setyo Budi
Monintja, Daniel
Description There are several methods of analysis in knowing the vulnerability of a community. In the analysis to determine the vulnerability of Miangas island, the determinant vulnerability was used. Determinant vulnerability evaluation is very easy to use and simple. Therefore, the determinants of ordinary vulnerabilities use an assessment of resources that are carried out in full, so that results can be used as reference for management. One approach that is widely used in determining the index is the method of scaling parameters into certain values. These values are expressed as a score of a parameter. As done by (Tahir 2010) referred to in Doukakis (2005) and Rao et al. (2008), the Miangas Island analysis refers to the determination of the paramater scale and the weight of the vulnerability.          The vulnerability index model constructed in this study consists of a static model of environmental vulnerability index and dynamic model of small island environmental vulnerability index. The static model of the environmental vulnerability index is intended to calculate the current vulnerability index (momentary), while the dynamic model of the environmental vulnerability index is used to predict the vulnerability dynamics in the future. In general, the values of IK-PPK = IE x IS / IAC = 4.29 x 2.35 / 1.6 = 6.30 By using these maximum and minimum values, the scale of assessment of the vulnerability of small islands is divided into 4 categories of vulnerability (Doukakis 2005), Miangas Island is obtained as follows; 0.20-6.04 = Low vulnerability, 6.05 -18.18 = Moderate vulnerability, 18.19-40.48 = High vulnerability (high), 40.49-76.00 = Very high vulnerability (very high). That there is a vulnerability with a moderate position.Keywords:  vulnerability, index, determinant, MiangasABSTRAKAda beberapa metode analisis dalam mengetahui kerentanan suatu komunitas.  Dalam analisis untuk mengetahui kerentanan pulau Miangas maka digunakan kerentanan determinan. Evaluasi kerentanan determinan sangat mudah digunakan dan sederhana. Oleh karna itu, determinan kerentanan biasa menggunakan assessment terhadap sumberdaya yang dilakukan secara utuh, sehingga hasil dapat dijadikan bahan acuan terhadap pengelolaan.   Salah satu pendekatan yang banyak digunakan dalam penentuan indeks adalah metode penskalaan parameter ke dalam nilai-nilai tertentu.  Nilai-nilai tersebut dinyatakan sebagai nilai skor dari suatu parameter.  Sebagaimana yang dilakukan oleh (Tahir 2010) yang diacu dalam Doukakis (2005) dan Rao et al. (2008) maka pada analisis Pulau Miangas mengacu penentuan skala paramater dan bobot kerentanan tersebut.Model indeks kerentanan yang dikonstruksi dalam penelitian ini terdiri dari model statis indeks kerentanan lingkungan dan model dinamik indeks kerentanan lingkungan pulau-pulau kecil.  Model statis indeks kerentanan lingkungan dimaksudkan untuk menghitung indeks kerentanan saat ini (sesaat), sedangkan model dinamik indeks kerentanan lingkungan digunakan untuk melakukan prediksi dinamika kerentanan pada masa yang akan datang. Secara umum didapatkan nilai IK-PPK = IE x IS/IAC =  4,29 x 2,35 /1,6 = 6,30. Dengan menggunakan nilai maksimum dan minimum tersebut, skala penilaian tingkat kerentanan pulau-pulau kecil dibagi menjadi 4 kategori kerentanan (Doukakis 2005) maka Pulau Miangas didapatkan sebagai berikut; 0.20-6.04 = Kerentanan rendah (low), 6.05-18.18 = Kerentanan sedang (moderate), 18.19-40.48 = Kerentanan tinggi (high), 40.49-76.00 =         Kerentanan sangat tinggi (very high). bahwa ada kerentanan dengan posisi moderate.Kata kunci :  kerentanan, determinan, indeks, Miangas
Publisher Sam Ratulangi University
Date 2018-11-06
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source JURNAL ILMIAH PLATAX; Vol 7, No 1 (2019): EDISI JANUARI-JUNI 2019; 56-89
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 JURNAL ILMIAH PLATAX

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