SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND GEOMORPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF CORAL REEFS ON THE EASTERN PART OF LOMBOK, INDONESIA

@inproceedings{Mutaqin2020SPATIALAA,
  title={SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND GEOMORPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF CORAL REEFS ON THE EASTERN PART OF LOMBOK, INDONESIA},
  author={Bachtiar Wahyu Mutaqin},
  year={2020}
}
  • B. Mutaqin
  • Published 10 October 2020
  • Environmental Science
The eastern part of Lombok Island is a highly dynamic environment with many physical processes as well as very complex landuse. In addition to the anthropogenic origin, sedimentation in this area also occurs due to natural origins, such as volcanic processes. Due to hydrological processes since the 1257 CE eruption of Samalas volcano, almost half of the materials were transported and deposited to the coastal area. These deposits can affect the state of the aquatic environment, so they, directly… 

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