Indonesian Ocean Forecasting System (Ina OFS) - Experimental

Prediksi Harian Suhu Muka Laut (Sea Surface Temperature) dan Arus Permukaan (Ocean Current Circulation) diperoleh dari luaran prediksi model global HYCOM + NCODA dengan resolusi grid 1/120 x 1/120 (~ 9.25 km x 9.25 km). Gambar hasil prediksi diolah dengan menggunakan software Ferret, yang merupakan perangkat analisa untuk data grid dan non-grid yang dibangun oleh NOAA-PMEL. Untuk melihat/mendownload data Archive klik

Team Ina OFS : A. Rita Tisiana Dwi Kuswardani, Ph. D; Dr.-Ing.Widodo Setiyo Pranowo; Dani Saepuloh, A.Md; Wida Hanayasashi Samyono, S.Kel; Muallimah Annisaa, S.Kel


The corruption of public policy related to reclamation

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JAKARTA, KOMPAS (4 APRIL 2016) — Reformasi, which aimed to rearrange a corrupt system, is now controlled by a business-political complex that exploits public policy for its own corporate interests. If left unchecked, this will monopolize the power of national competition while simultaneously expanding the social and economic divide in the country.The arrest of the head of the Jakarta Provincial Legislative Council’s Commission D, M Sanusi of the Gerinda faction, by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), on Thursday last week, testifies to the existence of this business-political complex in the field of public policy. Sanusi is suspected of receiving Rp 2.14 billion in two stages from PT Agung Podomoro Land (PT APLN), in connection with discussions over regulations of the coastal and small islands reclamation projects in North Jakarta. In this case, the KPK has named three suspects, namely M Sanusi, Trinanda Prihantoro, an employee of PT APLN, and Ariesman Widjaja, the president director of PT APLN. The KPK has also prohibited the chairman of the Agung Sedayu Group, Sugianto Kusuma, alias Aguan, from leaving the country.

Before all of this, in May 2014, West Java regent Rachmat Yasin was nabbed by the KPK in a Rp 4.5 billion bribery case connected to the push to make a 2,754 hectare protected forest into company land for PT Bukit Jonggol Asri.

Vice chairman of the KPK Saut Situmorang in Jakarta (3/4) on Sunday judged that the level of serious corruption and bribery in the private sector directed toward public administrators to influence public policy reached a number of 8 on a scale of 1 to 10. He came to this conclusion after visiting some provinces and speaking with various stakeholders such as district heads, the leaders of state-owned enterprises and government administrators. “Because of this, the knot of organizations, people, and corrupters, must be untangled. If not, this country will not have business competition, and the environment will keep getting worse, and our natural resources will be drained,” Saut said.

In response, he said, aside from following up on all suspected bribery cases in connection with Jakarta’s reclamation regulations, the KPK would also prepare preventative measures by developing detailed standard operating systems.

A lecturer at the School of Law at the University of Trisakti, Abdul Fickar Hadjar, argues that the space offered by reformasi was exploited more forcefully, and successfully, by corporate business interests because they had more control over resources than other factions within society. According to Fickar, even though there are some companies that are not simply orientated toward the accumulation of the profit, the basic character of business is primarily orientated in this way, and this can be dangerous if it coincides, or mixes in, with politics.

“The danger is if policies are not directed toward the interests of the majority of society. Instead, policies describe the field of play among business interests. The victims of development will fall with each other, the general quality of life will be destroyed and the country will become poor,” he said.

The KPK will investigate other developers linked to the Sanusi bribery case. The ban on Sugianto, according to the KPK’s public relations head, Yuyuk Andriati, was imposed because his company was also suspected of having a stake in the discussions over regulations connected to the reclamation projects in North Jakarta.

The travel ban on Sugianto is needed so that he will not be abroad when the KPK need a statement from him. The KPK proposed the ban on Sugianto to the director general of immigration at the Law and Human Rights Ministry on Friday, last week.

Heru Santoso Ananta Yudha, head of the public relations division at the immigration office, said that immigration received permission for the ban on Friday at 10:45 p.m. However, he could not say whether or not Sugianto was still in Indonesia.

PT Agung Sedayu, through its subsidiary PT Kapuk Naga Indah, is listed as one of eight companies that are involved in the reclamation projects in Jakarta Bay. PT Kapuk Naga Indah, based on a permit from the Jakarta Development Planning Agency, will work on five islands, which together are as wide as 1,329 hectares. Meanwhile, PT APLN, through its subsidiary PT Muara Wisesa, will reclaim one island as wide as 161 hectares.

Separately, Sanusi has denied that the Rp 2.14 billion offered to him by PT APLN constituted a bribe to influence policy in the creation of regulations related to reclamation projects in Jakarta Bay. Sanusi’s attorney, Krisna Murti, said that as head of Commission D, his client did not have the authority to draft regulations for the reclamation of Jakarta Bay.

“He was only asked for technical help because he has an engineering background. That money is sort of like a bonus that was offered to him for his expertise,” said Krisna. However, Krisna admitted that he did not know why PT APLN wanted to give as much as Rp 2 billion to Sanusi just for consultation purposes, and not to a professional consultant.

Marine expert at the Bandung Institute of technology, Abdul Muin, noted that the reclamation projects would disturb the environment and life in the mangrove forests around Jakarta Bay.

Reclamation will also increase the rate of sedimentation because it will reduce the speed of the flow of water. The effect of which, aside from increasing the potential for flooding in Jakarta, will accelerate the desiccation of the river, which is in dire need of financing for routine dredging work. Widodo Setiyo Pranowo of the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry said that aside of ecological and technical issues, the reclamation project should also pay attention to social aspects, and take into account the effects toward the fishermen who will be evicted.


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Last Updated on Friday, 20 May 2016 10:25

Buku Prediksi Dampak Jakarta Giant Sea Wall P3SDLP Dirujuk The Jakarta Post

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Jakarta - 20 April 2016. Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Sumber Daya Laut dan Pesisir (P3SDLP) sejak 2013 hingga sekarang ini, masih memegang komitmen penugasan dari Menteri Kelautan dan Perikanan, untuk meneliti atau mengkaji prediksi dampak pembangunan "Jakarta Giant Sea Wall" yang rencananya akan dibangun oleh konsorsium Pembangunan Terpadu Pesisir Ibukota Negara (PTPIN) atau yang dikenal dengan National Capital Integrated Coastal Development (NCICD). P3SDLP pada tahun 2014 telah menghasilkan sebuah buku bunga rampai yang berjudul Analisa Prediksi Dampak Pembangunan Jakarta Giant Sea Wall yang diterbitkan oleh IPB Press. BUku tersebut berisi beberapa artikel yang ditulis tidak hanya oleh peneliti di Badan Litbang KKP saja, namun ada beberapa penulis dari IPB, ITB, BIG, dan BPLHD Pemda Provinsi DKI Jakarta. Ternyata Buku tersebut pernah dirujuk oleh Corry Elyda Wartawan The Jakarta Post untuk Deep News Article yang berjudul: Giant Sea Wall urgent to save sinking Jakarta: Consultant. 2 (dua) paragraf tersebut adalah sebagai berikut:

"Recently, the Research and Development for Marine and Coastal Resources Department at the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry showed that the giant sea wall would have large environmental and social costs, including the disappearance of islands and the damage of biota in the sea. The ministry'??s study claimed that it would also destroy the biota in the water inside the wall because of eutrophication process from the pollution of Jakarta's 13 rivers, and displace thousands of fishermen.

The study was conducted by more than a dozen researchers in 2014 by making a simulation of the GSW. The result was published as a book, Dinamika Teluk Jakarta; Analisis Prediksi Dampak Pembangunan Tanggul Laut Jakarta ( The Dynamics of Jakarta Bay; Prediction Analysis of the effects of the Giant Sea Wall Construction ), by IPB Press."

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Kepala P3SDLP Sebagai Sosok Pegiat Rehabilitasi Pesisir

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Jakarta (11/05/2016) - Kepala P3SDLP, Ir. M. Eko Rudianto, M.BUS.IT, sebagai sosok yang menggiati proses rehabilitasi pesisir, dimuat biografi singkatnya di Majalah "Indonesia - The Netherlands". Pak Eko, begitu sapaan akrabnya, sebelumnya menjabat sebagai Direktur pada Direktorat Pesisir dan Lautan dari tahun 2012 hingga Awal 2016. Saat ini, beliau giat dalam melakukan link and match antara Kelompok-Kelompok Penelitian dan Pengembanganan Sumber Daya Laut dan Pesisir pada Badan Litbang KKP dengan kegiatan kegiatan di Ditjen Pengelolaan Ruang Laut, sesuai amanat Rencana Strategis Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan 2015-2019 yakni agar seluruh kegiatan berjalan secara sinergi, efisien, dan efektif. "I am confident that we can partially recover our coastline again" begitu kutipannya tentang pesisir yang dikutip editor majalah Indonesia-The Netherlands.

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Turut Berbelasungkawa atas meninggalnya Ibunda dari Bapak Hari Prihatno, M.Sc.

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Memperingati Isra' Mi'raj

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Selamat Hari Raya Kenaikan Isa Almasih

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