The research aims to analyze the impact of disasters that occurred in the Trenggalek Regency, East Java, Indonesia. Method: Descriptive impact analysis is used as a research method to analyze disaster events in examining disaster risk factors and as a basis for early stage designs to reduce the impact of disasters. Result: The natural disasters in Trenggalek Regency are caused by high rainfall, and for its own territory. Trenggalek Regency is surrounded by mountains and steep slopes. When rain season happened, water seeps into the ground but is difficult to drain, as a result of which the cliffs are prone to landslides. The cliffs have a very high or extreme level of security, so that the level of vulnerability and vulnerability to landslides and landslides is very likely. Conclusion: The visible soil conditions indicate that the condition is prone to landslides, coupled with its geological location in the fault zone, as well as its rock structure consisting of volcanic rock. The high intensity of landslides was also caused by the high intensity of rain. The management disaster resilience applied to prepare people around village of Sumurup.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|
|Publication status||Published - 19 Apr 2022|
|Event||2021 Sriwijaya Conference on Sustainable Environment, Agriculture and Farming System, SAC-SAFSE 2021 - Palembang, Virtual, Indonesia|
Duration: 29 Sept 2021 → …
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