SURVEY RESULTS AFTER TSUNAMI HIT SOUTH JAVA COAST AT 17 JULI 2006

Survey conducted during July 23 – 24, 2006 Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Indroyono Soesilo, M.Sc, APU Survey Team: Widodo S. Pranowo, M.Si Bagus Hendrajana, M.Sc Taslim Arifin, M.Si

AGENCY FOR MARINE & FISHERIES RESEARCH (AMFR) MINISTRY OF MARINE AFFAIRS & FISHERIES OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

Tsunami wave track when hit Pangandaran, Cilacap & Kebumen based on survey results

What to be conducted/Surveyed in PANGANDARAN

• Fisherman community • Visited collapsed Auction Fishes Station (TPI) Pangandaran • Joint with ITST • Interviewed with Chief of Fisherman Group • Visited collapsed Fishes Auction Station (TPI) Cikidang • Visited BBGU (Institute for Marine Aquaculture) & Hatchery • Visited collapsed House/Villas • Visited some Recovering activities

Images in red box in bellow is the zooming of west part of Pangandaran, where are situation before (left) & after (right) the tsunami attacked.
(Sources: Ikonos & Google Earth)

Yellow arrow: We saw collapsed buildings in west & east part, and some housing/building in between were safe (Sources: Tsunami Survey Team
AMFR, July 2006)

An example of the Collapsed Fisherman House
Watermark 2.5 meters

Watermark 60 cm

The collapsed of TPI Pangandaran

Join with ITST
International Tsunami Survey Team (ITST) consist from Ministry of Marine Affairs & Fish. RI, Port & Airport Research Institute, and also Japan Society of Civil Engineering.

ITST lead by Dr. Subandono (MMAF-RI)

Interviewed with the Chief of Fisherman Group

Injured marked

Left-Right: Chief of Fisherman, Deputy of KUD Mina Sari, Secretary of KUD, Taslim, & Bagus 4 fisherman still lost (at that time)

TPI Cikidang (not collapsed)
07º 40.972’ S, 108º 40.294’ E
The wave direction (red arrow) The distance of wall from beach was 110 meters

The wave came through to TPI Building, leave watermark at floor, then destroy the wall behind the TPI

BBGU & Hatchery
07º 41.295’ S, 108º 40.53’ E

Inside Lab. was collapsed
Distance: 60 meter from the beach
07º 41.267’ S, 108º 40.126’ E

Total lost of BBGU: Rp. 2.076.000.000,Hatchery collapsed by wave approx. 4-6 meters height

Housing/Building at the beach (1)

Watermark 2.5 meter

Seems many building collapsed by debris

Housing/Building at the beach (2)

Distance of Villa is 20 m from the beach

Breakwater & Truck washed away then stopped in front of the villa

Recovery

People start to clean up the debris by together

CILACAP, location to visit:
• Kaliyasa river, Sentolo Kawat • TPI Kemiren • TPI Lengkong & Bio-diesel home-factory of AMFR • TPI Rawajarit • Bunton beach, Adipala • Widarapayung beach, Binangun • Jetis beach, Nusawungu

ECONOMIC LOST OF FISHERIES FACILITIES IN CILACAP DATA FOR JULY 25, 2006 [08:00 WIB]
ITEM Boat/Vessel Net/Trawl/Gill-net Kiosk Bike parking place at TPI TPI Buildings House-pool for dried fishes Fisherman stations Milkfish culture pond Jetties Boat/Vessel machine Motorbike Sub Total
Source: Dinas Kelautan dan Perikanan Kab. Cilacap

Amount (unit) 1.110 3.605 47 1 2 6 2 25 2 29 15

Lost (in Rupiah) 17.943.000.000 1.439.450.000 129.450.000 1.500.000 10.000.000 18.000.000 14.000.000 132.500.000 100.600.000 435.000.000 22.500.000 20.245.900.000

ECONOMIC LOST AT FISHING PORT (PPS) of CILACAP
Amount (unit) 10 80 1 1 20 2 Lost (in Rupiah) 95,400,000 6,400,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,600,000 2,000,000 108,900,000

ITEM Break water Facilities building Cold Storage Workshop Kiosk BAP Hatchery Sub Total

TOTAL LOST

Rp. 20.354.800.000,-

Sentolokawat
Wave enter to the Kaliyasa river

July 24, 2006 (by: Team AMFR)

18 July 18, 2006 (Courtesy: Tim Dinas KP Cilacap)

TPI Kemiren
Jellyfish pond collapse

Boat moved 75 m from the beach by wave

TPI Lengkong & Bio-diesel home-factory of BRKP
07º 41.511’ S, 109º 04.21’ E

The inundation stop right behind it, so its around 140 meters from the beach
House-pool for dried fishes

Jellyfish pond collapse

07º 41.369 S, 109º 04.799’ E

TPI Rawajarit

Boat collapsed

Watermark = 1.6 meters

Bunton beach, Adipala

Mud from rice-field brought to the beach area after the inundation

The watermark showed that the inundation could reach inldand 1.62 km from the beach (Survey results of Team AMFR, 2006)

Widarapayung beach
07º 41.923 S, 109º 15.844’ E

Beach Swimming-pool collapsed

The inundation area after shock (reached 380 meters from the beach)

TPI Jetis, Nusawungu
07º 43.062 S, 109º 22.952’ E
Seawall collapsed after shocked

Watermark by debris = 1.8 meters
Tomate field collapsed

Public-emergency kitchen in Sentolokawat

Recovery (1)

Fisherman brought the collapsed boat to emergencyworkshop

Fixing the boat-machine at emergency-workshop in Sentolokawat

Beach

Fixing kiosk in Rawajarit

TPI Kemiren which was safe Fixing the road in Widarapayung beach

You could see the difference situation when after shock by see to slide 22

Recovery (2)

Terima Kasih = Thank you

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