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Proc. IAHS, 370, 15–20, 2015
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  11 Jun 2015

11 Jun 2015

On correlation between urban development, land subsidence and flooding phenomena in Jakarta

H. Z. Abidin et al.

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Jakarta is prone toward land subsidence and flooding. It is obtained that land subsidence in Jakarta has typical rates of about 3 to 10 cm/year. It has direct and indirect effects to flooding, both in coastal or inland areas. The coastal flooding usually occurs in the areas with relatively large subsidence rates. Subsidence in the areas along the rivers which are flowing throughout Jakarta also increases the impacts of riverine flooding.
Jakarta is prone toward land subsidence and flooding. It is obtained that land subsidence in...
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