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2020 Natural Compaction of Semarang Demak Alluvial Plain and Its Relationship to the 1 Present Land Subsidence Dwi Sarah, Lambok M. Hutasoit, Robert M.Delinom, Imam A. Sadisun Land subsidence is the lowering of ground surface due to natural and anthropogenic processes. Land subsidence in the Semarang-Demak plain has been going on for more than thirty years, however the contribution of natural and anthropogenic causes is relatively unknown. The Semarang- Demak plain has only been formed recently, as a result of rapid sedimentation during the Holocene. The bulk of the basin consists of underconsolidated thick clay, vulnerable to excessive settlement due to its own weight and additional pressures. The rate of natural subsidence is quantified by modelling the delayed dissipation of measured overpressure and the resulting vertical deformation.… Lihat
2020 Multiplicity dependence of light (anti-)nuclei production in p-Pb collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 5.02 TeV ALICE Collaboration, Suharyo Sumowidagdo The measurement of the deuteron and anti-deuteron production in the rapidity range −1<y<0 as a function of transverse momentum and event multiplicity in p–Pb collisions at sNN = 5.02 TeV is presented. (Anti-)deuterons are identified via their specific energy loss dE/dx and via their time-of-flight. Their production in p–Pb collisions is compared to pp and Pb–Pb collisions and is discussed within the context of thermal and coalescence models. The ratio of integrated yields of deuterons to protons (d/p) shows a significant increase as a function of the charged-particle multiplicity of the event starting from values similar to those observed in… Lihat
2020 Ahmadiyah and Islamic Revivalism in the Twentieth Century Java, Indonesia: A Neglected Contribution Ahmad Najib Burhani The existence of Ahmadiyah in Indonesian Islam has often been seen as a parasite. They have been considered heretical groups that politically felt as disturbing the hegemony of Sunni Islam and theologically defaming or insulting the doctrines and teachings of Islam. Consequently, the followers of Ahmadiyah often became a victim of religious radicalism; discriminated in a number of government regulations, displaced from their homes and villages, and even treated like stateless citizens. Contrary to this condition, Ahmadiyah were warmly welcome during the time of their arrival in the 1920s, and seemed to have strong influences on Muslim intelligentsia, particularly Dutch-educated… Lihat
2020 Testing Infrastructure Readiness for Electronic-Based Medical Devices in Indonesia Jimmy Abdel Kadar,Mohamad Tomtom Makmur,Ihsan Supono,Asep Rahmat Hidayat,Wuwus Ardiatna,Siddiq Wahyu Hidayat,Amelia Febri Ariani The purpose of this study is to review the gap between the regulations and the supporting infrastructure that was formed and to propose strategies in developing a conformity assessment infrastructure as part of it. This activity uses descriptive qualitative methods through collecting indicators from regulations, the results of previous researches and collecting data through interviews and questionnaires from stakeholders. This activity is a preliminary study that outlines problems related to the development of the medical device industry in Indonesia, in terms of the adequacy of electronic-based medical device testing infrastructure. The results showed that the lack of infrastructure affecting the… Lihat
2020 Species delimitation and systematics of the green pythons (Morelia viridis complex) of melanesia and Australia Amir Hamidy,Awal Riyanto,Daniel J.D. Natusch , Damien Esquerré, Jessica A. Lyons, Amir Hamidy, Alan R. Lemmon , Emily Moriarty Lemmon , Awal Riyanto, Scott Keogh , Stephen Donnellan Molecular data sets and the increasing use of integrative systematics is revealing cryptic diversity in a range of taxa – particularly in remote and poorly sampled landscapes like the island of New Guinea. Green pythons (Morelia viridis complex) are one of the most conspicuous elements of this island’s fauna, with large numbers taken from the wild to supply international demand for exotic pets. We test hypotheses about species boundaries in green pythons from across New Guinea and Australia with itochondrial genomes, 389 nuclear exons, and comprehensive assessment of morphological variation. Strong genetic structuring of green python populations and species delimitation… Lihat
2020 Platygobiopsis hadiatyae, a new species of deepwater gobiid from Indonesia (Teleostei, Gobiidae, Gobiinae) HK. Larson1; Z. Jaafar, TH. Hui & T. Peristiwady A new species of the gobiid genus Platygobiopsis Springer & Randall, 1992, is described based on a single specimen collected via dredge deployed at a depth range of 172 m and 182 m within the East Sunda Strait off Panaitan Island (Indonesia). The new species differs chieftly from congeners in having a scaleless (vs. scaled) chest and belly. A key to the four known species of Platygobiopsis is provided. Key words. Gobiidae, Gobiinae, Platygobiopsis, new species Lihat
2020 KECENDERUNGAN NAIKNYA SUHU PERMUKAAN LAUT DAN RESILIENSI KARANG SETELAH KEJADIAN PEMUTIHAN KARANG 2010 DAN 2016 DI TAMAN WISATA PERAIRAN (TWP) PULAU PIEH, PADANG, SUMATRA BARAT Fasmi Ahmad,Sam Wouthuyzen Kejadian pemutihan karang (coral bleaching) telah melanda hampir seluruh perairan Indonesia sedikitnya 4 kali antara tahun 1982-2016. Dua kejadian terbaru (2010 dan 2016) telah dibahas mendalam, namun belum ada kajian rinci pada suatu lokasi yang spesifik, seperti di Taman Wisata Perairan (TWP) Pulau Pieh, perairan Padang, Sumatra Barat yang dipengaruhi oleh massa air Samudra Hindia. Tulisan ini bertujuan mengkaji kecenderungan naiknya suhu permukaan laut (SPL) pada kejadian pemutihan karang 2010 dan 2016 dan resiliensi karang setelah kejadian tersebut. Pada kajian ini data SPL jangka panjang hasil pemindaian citra satelit Aqua MODIS digunakan secara intensif. Hasil kajian menunjukkan bahwa SPL rata-rata… Lihat