Proceedings of the 3rd Sriwijaya International Conference on Environmental Issues, SRICOENV 2022, October 5th, 2022, Palembang, South Sumatera, Indonesia

Research Article

Climate Change-Related Hazards on Paddy Fields: A Case of Lombok Island, Indonesia

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.5-10-2022.2328334,
        author={Dosmaya  Andriani and Suthirat  Kittipongvises},
        title={Climate Change-Related Hazards on Paddy Fields: A Case of Lombok Island, Indonesia},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 3rd Sriwijaya International Conference on Environmental Issues, SRICOENV 2022, October 5th, 2022, Palembang, South Sumatera, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={SRICOENV},
        year={2023},
        month={4},
        keywords={climate change hazards paddy fields lombok island indonesia},
        doi={10.4108/eai.5-10-2022.2328334}
    }
    
  • Dosmaya Andriani
    Suthirat Kittipongvises
    Year: 2023
    Climate Change-Related Hazards on Paddy Fields: A Case of Lombok Island, Indonesia
    SRICOENV
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.5-10-2022.2328334
Dosmaya Andriani1, Suthirat Kittipongvises2,*
  • 1: Environment Development and Sustainability, Graduate School – Interdisciplinary Program, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2: Environment Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
*Contact email: suthirat.k@chula.ac.th

Abstract

Natural disaster frequency has increased in the last 20 years and the danger become greater in vulnerable communities. An effective multi-hazard assessment using the analytical hierarchy process (AHP) supported by a Geographical Information System (GIS) is utilised in observing several hazards in one location and mitigating the impact of future natural disasters. This study develops a multi-hazard map induced by climate change on paddy fields including flood, drought, and landslide. Lombok Island, as one of the National rice barns in Indonesia, is selected due to this small island is vulnerable to climate change. The findings reveal that approximately 3,875.21 km2 (88%) areas in Lombok Island are at the medium multi-hazard level. However, approximately 1.40 % and 10.41 % of the total land area respectively, are estimated to be experiencing high and low multi-hazard level. Ultimately, the final map of the multi-hazard was overlaid with the paddy field maps in the study area. The result showed that 97.75% of paddy fields are located within areas of medium risk. The results presented in this study can be useful for local authorities to carry out various climate change adaptation activities as a strategy to anticipate the impacts of climate change on paddy fields.