Global Advanced Research Journal of Engineering, Technology and Innovation (GARJETI) SSN: 2315-5124 August 2013 Vol. 2(7), pp 191-195

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Original Research Articles

Environmental Factors for Simultaneous Unconfined Aquifer 

Juandi M1,  Adrianto Ahmad2, Muhammad Edisar3, Syamsulduha3 

1Physics Dept. Math and Science Faculty, University of Riau Indonesia,

2Faculty of Engenering, University of Riau Indonesia

3Math Dept. Math and Natural Sciences Faculty, University of Riau Indonesia,Kampus Bina Widya SimpangBaru, Pekanbaru 28293

Corresponding author Email: Juandi_m@rockmail.com 

Accepted 07 August 2013

 

Abstract 

Simultaneous analysis of unconfined aquifer in Pekanbaru city should consider environment factors such as additive, etika, and government intervention factors. The additive factor of 5% and biocentricetika factor of 70% contribute to the correction of unconfined aquifer in the safe condition with percentage deviation of 40.57% and 11.02% respectively for year of 2013 and 2014. The additice factor of 5% and biocentricetika of 70% in 2015 contribute to the head-hydrolic deviation of -29.62% which means still in safe condition.However, the additive factor of 8% will contribute a correction to head hydrolikof unconfinedaquiferin 2016, 2017, and 2018. It also sucsessfully improve unconfinedaquifer condition from a shortages condition to the safe condition (-29.41%) in 2016, from a critical condition to the shortages condition (48.97%) in 2017 and from a demaged condition to the critical condition (-63.76%) in 2018. Certainly, additive factor of 8% and biocentric of 70% supported by government statement of industry sectorial only allowed consuming water of 75% from the unconfinedaquifer will contribute to the safe condition in 2017 and 2018 with the reduction percentage of the unconfinedaquifer from the natural condition is -19.15% and -32.85% respectively. 

Keyword: Unconfined aquifer, etika, and government intervention.

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