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Scirj Volume VI, Issue V, May 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th May 2018
Full Paper available from: 25th May 2018


Phase-Controlled Deposition of Nickel Selenide, Nickel Sulfide Thin Films by Using Single-Molecular Precursors
TAGBO EMMANUEL EZENWA, JULIE CHINEZE OBI

Abstract: Synthesis and characterization of new ligands, (1a-b), and their complexes (2a-b) are hereby reported. All the compounds were confirmed using spectroscopic methods. The complexes (2a-b) were subsequently used as single molecular precursors for the deposition of nickel selenide, nickel sulfide thin films through aerosol- assisted chemical vapor deposition. The phase and purity of the as – deposited thin films were confirmed by thin film X-ray diffraction, which showed that the as-grown films were composed of mainly cubic NiSe2, monoclinic Ni3Se4 and hexagonal NiS phases only. The elemental composition of the thin films was determined by energy dispersive X- ray spectroscopy. Morphological studies of the as- deposited films were performed by using scanning electron microscopy, while the elemental composition of the thin films was also determined by energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy.
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Assessment of Aquifer Characteristics and Delineation of Groundwater Potential Zones in Afikpo-North Local Government Area, Southeastern Nigeria
Ogbuagu, Anselem Elenna; Madubuike, Chimaobi Nnaemeka; Egwuonwu, Celestine Chukwudi

Abstract: A hydrogeological study of Afikpo-North L.G.A, south-eastern Nigeria was carried out to determine the aquifer thickness and transmisisivity values of the area. A total of twenty (20) Vertical Electrical Soundings (VES) and pumping tests respectively were conducted to determine these aquifer parameters. The area is underlain by Ezeaku and Nkporo formations. Aquifer thickness and transmissivity values range from 11.6m to 36.1m and 0.05m2/day to 16.59m2/day respectively. From the results obtained generally, aquifer thickness and transmissivity values were observed to be low. Regional maps of the various hydrogeological parameters have been produced and transmissivity values obtained were compared with Krásný transmissivity classifications and the results delineated the area into four potential groundwater zones; imperceptible, very low, low and intermediate zones for future exploration, development and choosing for drilling sites.
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The Analysis of Indonesia's Strategic Culture in the North Natuna Sea Issue
Hesti Rosdiana

Abstract: This paper provides the analysis of Indonesia's strategic culture in the case of renaming Natuna into North Natuna Sea. Certain international reports and analysis, together with several official document and literatures will be gained to collect some data to give a picture of the analysis focus. The main findings in this analysis explain that domestic constraint through elite political policy, takes diplomatic and political ways to adapt the external environment defensively by renaming EEZ in Natuna becomes North Natuna Sea. The results of this study highlight that ofensif way is not inherently taken to adapt the external environment.
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OPTIMIZATION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF ACCELERATION POLICY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE OWNERSHIP IN THE DEPARTMENT OF POPULATION AND CIVIL REGISTRATION IN BANGLI REGENCY
Ni Nengah Sutresni, I Ketut Widnyana, A.A Ketut Sudiana

Abstract: Based on the ideal condition will be expected that all public in Bangli regency should have birth certificate as according its capacity and status. To find out how the response on the public and to know the factor of obstacles and its support in making optimal the implementation of policy acceleration of the birth certificate ownership in the Department of Population and Civil Registration of Bangli Regency, there was research done using the qualitative method with SWOT analysis. The pattern of cooperation in making optimal the implementation of policy acceleration of the birth certificate ownership in The Department of Population and Civil Registration of Bangli Regency was between The Department of Population and Civil Registration of Bangli and Sulahan, Kayubihi, Yangapi, Songan B’s head village, school, and the society. The result was research of the acceleration strategy of optimization in making the birth certificate according to SWOT diagram were in the first Quadrant (X value = 1,6429 and Y value = 1,5775) which supported the strategy of making optimal implementation of policy acceleration of the birth certificate in the form of the change strategy were the indoor service (in office)and outdoor service (out of office). While the obstacles of its strategy were the facilities were not enough, the lack of database Administrator Team and the lack of information to the society in among villages.
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Evaluation of the Implementation of School Dental Health Program in Karangasem Regency, Year 2017
Ni Wayan Suryani, I Made Tamba, I GA. Ari Agung

Abstract: Data collected from Health Department of Karangasem Regency in 2016, result of dental examination to elementary school children in working area of Local Government Clinic in Karangasem Regency was 12.6%, this value was much lower than national target which reached for 50%. The Purpose of this research was to describe the quality of UKGS program implementation in Karangasem Regency viewed from context, input, process, product, and to describe what are the obstacles faced in the implementation of UKGS program in Karangasem Regency. Type of research used was the evaluative type. The sample used in this research was 25 people. Data collection made use of the Likert scale questionnaire. Data were analyzed by using the CIPP. Research result shows that the conversion of CIPP values in Glickman prototype (- + + +). When it was converted into the Glickman prototype quadrant, the quality of the school dental health effort program implementation in Karangasem regency in 2017 was located in the quadrant II (second) or it included as effective. It was recommended that there was transportation equipping to support dental health program operation. It needed to arrange education and training for medical staffs to improve the capability and knowledge in the field of dental and mouth health.
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Model of Cultural Tourism Attraction Development in Pura (Temple) Dalem Balingkang in Pinggan Village Kintamani District, Bangli Regency
I Nyoman Parsa , I Ketut Widnyana, I GN Alit Wiswasta

Abstract: There are so many tourism objects in Bangli regency, one of them is Pura Dalem Balingkang. This study aimed at determining the factors driving and inhibiting, strategy and model of Pura Dalem Balingkang development as Cultural Tourism Attraction. The analysis method used IFAS and EFAS matrix analysis and SWOT matrix analysis. The data were collected by observation method, in-depth interview, questionnaire distribution and FGD. The results showed that Pura Dalem Balingkang had a strong potential to be developed with an average value of IFAS 2,866 and EFAS 3,015 and on IFAS and EFAS matrices were in cell II position ie growing and building (concentration through horizontal integration), profitable strategy of maintaining and controlling community support. The driving factors were support and high community participation, beautiful and natural scenery, technological advances such as social media, communication media and information to tourists, development areas close to developed tourist objects. For the inhibiting factors, the quality of human resources is still low, the creativity product was still minimal, the lodging facilities had not existed, the road infrastructure was not adequate, parking space and security was not adequate. The alternative strategy that could be used for development was by improving the quality of human resources through formal education as well as trainings on tourism, coordination and cooperation between communities to improve road infrastructure, improve the use of information and communication technology as a media promotion and marketing. Appropriate model applied was Community Based Tourism (CBT), a form of participatory planning as a development approach.
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THE ROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF POMELO AGRIBUSINESS IN MARANG SUB-DISTRICT
Marhawati, Didi Rukmana, Sitti Bulkis, Mahyuddin

Abstract: Stakeholders have a very important role in managing pomelo commodities. Thus, an understanding of the existence and role of stakeholders is necessary to realize sustainable agricultural resource management. This study aims to identify, create categories and investigate the relationship between stakeholders in the development of pomelo agribusiness in Pangkep regency. Data collection was done by snowball sampling method and then analyzed descriptively qualitative. The results show that there are eight stakeholders consisting of 3 stakeholders as subjects, 3 main stakeholders, 1 stakeholder as a constituent and 1 stakeholder as a crowd. The relationship between stakeholders is the relationship of cooperation, complementary relationships, and potential conflict relationships. Active role and cooperation of various parties who have interest and influence are needed in supporting the sustainability of pomelo agribusiness in Marang Sub-district of Pangkep Regency.
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The Type Caterpillar of Lepidoptera Ordo and Control Techniques by Farmers for Soybean in South Sulawesi Indonesia
Abdul Fattah, Sylvia Syam, Itji Diana Daud, and Vien Sartika Dewi

Abstract: This study aims to identify the type of caterpillar of Lepidoptera ordo and the level of damage to soybean on the sediment fields LakeTempe. Lake Tempe is area very potential for agricultural land during the dry season. One of the most planted commodities in the area is soybean. The main problem faced by farmers is the number of caterppilar pest attack on soybean leaves is high enough. Research on identification of caterpillar types that attack of soybean leave and insecticide application frequency by farmer was conducted at Tancung Village, Tanasitolo District, Wajo Regency and in Panincong Village, Soppeng Regency area of Lake Tempe, during Juli to November, 2016. The second activity is Experimental Garden of Agriculture in Maros during Augst to December 2016. The experiments were performed with Randomized Block Design with using three varieties i.e.Anjasmoro, Argomulyo, and Grobogan as treatments and three replications.The results show that there are 4 types of insect that damage soybean leaves around Lake Tempe Spodoptera litura. S exempta Wlk..S.litura is the dominant of insectr attacking soybean plants. The highest attack symptoms on Anjasmoro variety (between 31.6% until 35.22%,). Argomulyo variety gave the highest yield (18.98 g plant-1).The intensity of soybean leaf damage is high enough, as a result, the farmers give high frequency of spraying.
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The Intensity of Leaf Damage Caused by Attack of Spodoptera litura F and Seed Yield on Some Soybean Varieties in South Sulawesi Indonesia
Abdul Fattah, Sylvia Syam, Itji Diana Daud, Vien Sartika Dewi, and Abd Rahman

Abstract: South Sulawesi is one of the centers of soybean development in Indonesia. This study aims to determine the degree of leaf damage caused by attack of armyworm S. litura attack and seed yield on some soybean varieties in South Sulawesi. The research was conducted in Wajo, Soppeng, Pangkep and Maros Districts. The design was Randomized Block Design with 9 treatments (9 varieties) and 3 replications. The result showed that there are 4 varieties having low leaf damage intensity and relatively high yield of Anjasmoro variety, leaf damage intensity 10.94% to 14.16% and seed yield 1.65 to 2.71 t ha-1, Argomulyo, 10.15% to 13.84% and 1.96 to 2.10 t ha-1, Grobogan 10.18% to 12.72% and seed yields 1.64 to 2.25 t ha-1, and Burangrang 12.12% to 13.85% and seed yields 1.35 to 2.08 t ha-1. These four varieties also have large seeds (weight 100 seeds 15.12 to 18.57 g). Based on this, the varieties Anjasmoro, Argomulyo, Grobogan and Burangrang recommended be planting and developing at the level of farmers in South Sulawesi Province.
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