The Role of Green Open Space in Palu City's Resilience, Emergency Function ApproachJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 12)
Publication Date: 2021-12-05
Authors : Adina Khusnudzan Hadid; Septiana Hariyani; Christia Meidiana;
Page : 311-316
Keywords : Green Open Space; City Resilience; Emergency Function; Palu City;
Green open space in the East Palu and Mantikulore districts, especially in Anjungan Pantai Talise Area, is an open space area that were most affected by the earthquake and tsunami on September 28 2018. Based on the results of observations, the Anjungan Pantai Talise area in the Palu Bay was built of 2.96 hectares. It was destroyed by the earthquake and the brunt of the tsunami waves. The results of the identification show that the Palu Bay area is an area of high potential/prone to earthquakes and tsunamis. So, a natural disaster management in this area is needed. Therefore, with the vulnerability of this region to earthquake and tsunami natural disasters, it is necessary to have an adequate disaster evacuation space. Through ArcGIS analysis, disaster potential analysis is carried out by making overlay maps from secondary data from disaster-prone zone maps and land use maps. The overlay map shows the suitability of the green space location as an evacuation room for the earthquake and tsunami disaster. The results show that an area of 3 hectares which is the Anjungan Pantai Talise Area located on the coast of Palu Bay is an area that is not suitable as an evacuation room because it is located in a disaster-prone zone (ZRB) level 4. And an area of 9 ha is an appropriate green open space as an emergency evacuation room. This green open space consists of public open space, office/school fields, vacant land and shrubs.
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