Identifikasi kerusakan lahan dan pendapat masyarakat terhadap rencana rehabilitasi lahan pertanian pasca tsunami
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ASNAWI ACHMAD. The Identification of Land Damage and Opinion of The Community Toward Rehabilitation Plan of Agriculture Land Post-Tsunami (Case Study in Lho’nga subdistrict, Aceh Besar Regency). Supervised by SANTUN R.P SITORUS and H. R. SUNSUN SAEFULHAKIM Earthquake and tsunami that hit the Nanggroe Aceh Darusalam Province at 26 December 2006 cause damage 61.816 hectares of agriculture land , resulting agriculture activities farmers stopped. The prime damage of agriculture land is the change of soil texture and impact of sea water intrusion that degrade chemical and fertility of the soil. Degraded agriculture land rehabilitation program affected by tsunami is very necessary, with result that agriculture land can be functioned again. This research objective are (1) To identify agriculture land damage at research location based on distance from coastline, (2) To study aspiration of community for the their agricultural activities for the future, (3) To study opinion of the community for agriculture land rehabilitation plan post-tsunami. The research methods use are (1) Evaluation of area damaging levels using land damage criteria by FAO (2005),(2) Analysis of soil sample collected based on distance from coastline, (3) Interview by questionnaire to know opinion of community in supporting activities of the agriculture land rehabilitation plan. The result of this research show that agriculture land damage belongs to B class or middle damage, level of salinity increase from coastline to continent with the highest value 2,43 mS/cm at distance of 1.250 meter from coastline. Kind of sediment cover the agriculture land is mainly sea sand with thickness ranging from 5 centimetre to 27 centimetre. The communities are generally supporting activities plan to rehabilitate agriculture land and willing to carry out their agriculture activities while the agriculture land completely rehabilitated.