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Volume 7, Number 1 / February issue 2021

Vol.7, No.1 | February issue 2021


Cory Saxon
The value of metacognition for students
Abstract

The realm of metacognition has been seen as increasingly important, particularly in the realm of education. This paper reviews some of the key concepts of metacognition and it's utilization in elementary, middle school and high school and emphasizes the importance of teacher self-reflection.
Keywords: Meta cognition, thinking, theory of mind, self-reflection

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Cory Saxon. The value of metacognition for students. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 5-13.
Mahlia Intan Purnama, Yetrie Ludang, Misrita, Dehen Erang, Sri Rohaetin, Saputera
Decision making on Dayak Ngaju Batik 's typical spot Yarn process and products
Abstract

This research is focused on the planning analysis of the decision-making process and the production of Batik Spot Yarn which is a characteristic of the pride of the Dayak Ngaju tribe in Central Kalimantan. Process and capacity planning taken by management is a commitment in terms of technology, quality, human resources and maintenance. This type of research is descriptive qualitative. Determine informants in this study is purposive sampling technique in which informants are selected with specific considerations and goals. The results showed that the difference between the process and the batik product in Central Kalimantan is the motifs that are written on each sheet of the cloth. The processing of each spotted yarn batik product also has different levels of time. The implementation of the production process, among others, creating product ideas and following up until the product is introduced to the market. The product planning decision making covers product availability planning, product raw materials, and order fulfillment technique.
Keywords: Batik, spot yarn, decision making, process, production

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Mahlia Intan Purnama, Yetrie Ludang, Misrita, Dehen Erang, Sri Rohaetin, Saputera. Decision making on Dayak Ngaju Batik 's typical spot Yarn process and products. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 14-22.
I. Ketut Naya, Yetrie Ludang, Kusnida Indrajaya, Wahyu Edy Setiawan, Herianto, Soaloon Sinaga
Local empowerment approach in processing coconut shell waste in Sebamban Village, East Kotawaringin Regency
Abstract

This paper is a preliminary research report on community empowerment in coconut shell waste management. As a potential empowerment, the research method used is qualitative, which can then be utilized, especially for workers in Sebamban Village, East Kotawaringin Regency. Through empowerment with a local approach, a potential job development in the handicraft sector is obtained. In the course of the development of handicrafts in the area, handicrafts can be understood from several points of view, namely based on the type of handicraft product, form, actor, and scale of production, and materials and working techniques of the handicraft product. The results of this study are expected to be of benefit to the implementation of skills training by the local manpower office and other training implementers. In addition, the results of this study are also expected to be of benefit to policy makers for the implementation of training and for related parties in an effort to achieve maximum training results.
Keywords: empowerment, local approach, coconut shell waste, handicrafts

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I. Ketut Naya, Yetrie Ludang, Kusnida Indrajaya, Wahyu Edy Setiawan, Herianto, Soaloon Sinaga. Local empowerment approach in processing coconut shell waste in Sebamban Village, East Kotawaringin Regency. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 23-31.
Hassan A. Alqarni, Abdullah M. Alqahtani, Faisal A. Alqahtani
Towards merging internet of things (IoT) and big data technologies to benefit wider applications
Abstract

The development of Internet of Things (IoT) makes the life of human being very smooth and easier. IoT provides a tool to control electronic devices in a bit. IoT is actually the network of devices that contain sensors, electronics, softwares, actuators, and connectivity which allows these things to connect, interact and exchange data among each other. IoT made easier to control the devices, collect the information from such devices, manage such information and transfer this information to analyze the same and to predict or prescribe the solution for the problems might exist. Big data image came from the huge quantity of collected data from IoT devices through the sensors. It is not just that there is the only interdependent relation between big data and IoT. As they help each other, in addition to that they hugely impact each other. The fact is, the more the IoT grows it will place more demand on businesses of big data. For example, as the IoT generated data is increasing at a huge rate, conventional data storage technology is already being pushed to its limits. As a result, it demands more advanced and innovative storage solutions to handle these growing workloads resulting in updating the infrastructure of an organization’s big data storage. Similarly, the IoT big data combined applications accelerate the scope of research in both the fields. So, IoT and big data both the technologies carry interdependency and need further development.
Keywords: Internet of Things, Big Data, Data Analytics

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Hassan A. Alqarni, Abdullah M. Alqahtani, Faisal A. Alqahtani. Towards merging internet of things (IoT) and big data technologies to benefit wider applications. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 32-42.
Pelita Hati, Yetrie Ludang, Firlianty, Wahyu Edy Setiawan, Kusnida Indrajaya, Luluk Tri Harinie
Community empowerment for Putra Fisherman group, East Kotawaringin Regency - a theoretical approach
Abstract

This study is a theoretical approach to fishermen's ability from the physical and material aspects of the economy, institutions, cooperation, intellectual strength and joint commitment in applying the principles of empowerment. The goal of the development program is to shape individuals and communities to become independent. This independence includes the independence of thinking, acting and controlling what they do. Empowerment in the fisheries sector, one of the programs of the fisheries office is to provide facilities for people who form fishery cultivation groups. Utilization of this potential must be carried out optimally because the fishery sector is one of the wheels of the economy in Indonesia, especially East Kotawaringin Regency.
Keywords: community empowerment, fisherman group, development program, fishery cultivation

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Pelita Hati, Yetrie Ludang, Firlianty, Wahyu Edy Setiawan, Kusnida Indrajaya, Luluk Tri Harinie. Community empowerment for Putra Fisherman group, East Kotawaringin Regency - a theoretical approach. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 43-53.
Rani Lestari, Tonich Uda, Yetrie Ludang, ‪Dehen Erang, Sri Rohaetin, Alexandra Hukom
Local wisdom of community oil palm plantation in Simpang Berambai Village, Central Kalimantan
Abstract

The purpose of this research is to find out local wisdom in the management of community oil palm plantations based on local wisdom in Simpang Berambai Village, Central Kalimantan. This research is a qualitative research, and descriptive method. Results showed that in carrying out its business activities in order to achieve the expected goals, the owners of oil palm plantations carry out various ways to direct or move the workers to work correctly. This is done because in general the owner of the garden intends that they are willing to work as well as possible. The implementation of oil palm plantation management in Simpang Berambai village is still oriented towards local wisdom, where the owner of the garden and workers are still in the bond of relatives or closest relatives. Simpang Berambai Village community even though it is in modern times, and has also lived with an individualistic system, but the village community still preserves its customs and culture to maintain local wisdom.
Keywords: oil palm plantations, local wisdom, thanksgiving, mutual cooperation

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Rani Lestari, Tonich Uda, Yetrie Ludang, ‪Dehen Erang, Sri Rohaetin, Alexandra Hukom. Local wisdom of community oil palm plantation in Simpang Berambai Village, Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 54-60.
Trisna, Dehen Erang, Yuni Erlina, Eddy Lion, Sri Rohaetin, Tonich Uda
Swallow nest farm based on local wisdom in Ketab Village, Central Kalimantan
Abstract

This study aims to deepen understanding of local wisdom values, efforts to preserve local wisdom, and local wisdom developed by swallow's nest breeders. The research approach used is a qualitative approach, and uses descriptive research type that begins with a problem, determines the type of information required, determines the data collection procedure through observation. Results showed that the existence of local wisdom certainly has many benefits, and therefore the people of Ketab Village always maintain the preservation of the village's local wisdom because they believe that its benefits are very important for their lives. If someone violates the provisions that have been made, they believe that something bad will come their way. The benefits that can be obtained from preserving the local wisdom of the people of Ketab Village are having the ability to adapt, interact, and forge a harmonious relationship with their environment, both the social and natural environment. For the people, local wisdom functions as a guide and behavior controller to guarantee a sustainable life force in a preserved natural environment and a harmonious social environment. Cultural elements in regional culture that have proven their ability to survive until now, the knowledge and ability of society to overcome life's challenges and have the truth so that they are preserved and passed on to the next generation.
Keywords: swallow nests, local wisdom, social environment, sustainable life

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Trisna, Dehen Erang, Yuni Erlina, Eddy Lion, Sri Rohaetin, Tonich Uda. Swallow nest farm based on local wisdom in Ketab Village, Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 61-67.
Badriya Al-Otaibi, Thuraya Al-Rabeean, Aisha Al-Ghamdi
Artificial intelligence methods and techniques with their role in supporting public health areas: survey study on the diagnosis of heart diseases
Abstract

Artificial intelligence methods are one of the technologies that have entered the health field and its uses have increased rapidly in recent years, especially in the management and diagnosis of heart diseases due to the good results it achieved. In fact, diagnostic methods with the help of artificial intelligence techniques based on predictive models are powerful methods because they provide appropriate and objective diagnoses. Thus, it can reduce the suffering of patients. Now, artificial intelligence techniques are more important than ever due to the spread of the epidemic, pandemics, and the efforts of countries around the world to take advantage of modern technologies to confront pandemics. This systematic review aimed at knowing the role of artificial intelligence methods in diagnosing heart disease, by surveying and critiquing a number of studies that dealt with this topic in terms of importance, purpose, methodology, findings and weaknesses. A critical survey approach was used for previous studies in this field. The study revealed the seriousness of heart disease as being one of the main causes of death. Moreover, studies agreed on the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning methods and their great potential in diagnosing heart disease. Likewise, programs and systems have been developed to assist in diagnostic processes, and some of them used recognized systems to help diagnose diseases. All technologies have proven effective even if some of them face some obstacles, whether in the mechanism of action or in terms of organizational, legal and cultural perspectives. Many studies call for the importance of using these technologies and developing them to expand their functions in the future, to be a major factor in the field. This study recommends creating repositories and databases for all data related to heart patients, due to its importance in supporting the diagnosis of heart disease, especially when using artificial intelligence techniques. The study also recommends extensive systematic reviews of studies that have examined the use of artificial intelligence in diagnosing heart disease.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Heart Disease, Heart Disease Diagnosis, Heart Imaging, Machine Learning, Covid-19

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Badriya Al-Otaibi, Thuraya Al-Rabeean, Aisha Al-Ghamdi. Artificial intelligence methods and techniques with their role in supporting public health areas: survey study on the diagnosis of heart diseases. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 68-88.
Paige E. Truxal
Test anxiety in public schools
Abstract

Anxiety among public school students is a subject that has received little attention in the field of Educational Psychology. Within that field, Test Anxiety is a subject that requires critical examination. The following paper reviews existing literature surrounding test anxiety in public schools, both in the United States and abroad. The first aim of this paper is to provide information for public school teachers to educate them on the important field of Test Anxiety and how it affects their students. The second aim of this paper is to help spur further interest and research into Test Anxiety among students of all ages and grade-levels.
Keywords: Anxiety; Test Anxiety; Public Schools

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Paige E. Truxal. Test anxiety in public schools. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 89-97.
Josef Prijotomo
Stilt house of Indonesia wood architecture: the case of irregular form of posts
Abstract

One characteristic of wooden architecture in Indonesia, known also as Nusantara architecture, is the stilt building which can be found in the whole part of Indonesia. Among this stilt building, there is one unique appearance of non straight-bent post that is employed as main posts to support the building. This unique architecture mostly found in eastern part of Indonesia. Two cases from Kaili and Selayar, both in Sulawesi, is taken to reveal the physical features of architecture. Descriptive method for arriving at similarities and differences between stilt building is employed in this study. Description about this unique stilt building mentions two types of locating the post in the ground, random and grid pattern; the top part of the post is mostly in V shape to allow the floor beam rest on it; mechanism of force most likely follow three dimensional structural systems. One critical note about appreciation of ‘simple’ structure and construction is also addressed in this study.
Keywords: Nusantara architecture, stilt building, simple building, non straight-bent post

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Josef Prijotomo. Stilt house of Indonesia wood architecture: the case of irregular form of posts. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 98-106.
Nurtie, Siti Sunariyati, Yula Miranda, Yetrie Ludang, Agus Haryono, Sosilawaty
Learning development to improve high school students' critical thinking skills
Abstract

The development of test instruments is expected to help students in critical thinking processes and be active in solving problems in daily life so that students get increased learning outcomes. This initial research aims to develop learning that can improve students' critical thinking skills and learning outcomes. Learning development uses the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation model. Outcome indicators are described, all of which are for the improvement of the critical thinking skills of high school students.
Keywords: critical thinking, secondary shool, students, learning, outcomes

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Nurtie, Siti Sunariyati, Yula Miranda, Yetrie Ludang, Agus Haryono, Sosilawaty. Learning development to improve high school students' critical thinking skills. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 107-118.
Ahmed bin Adnan Al-Saqqaf
Technical governance to link education outcomes with labor market requirements: An applied case at King Abdulaziz University
Abstract

This research aims to identify the impact of applying the principles of technical governance at King Abdulaziz University on the graduates ’suitability to the requirements of the labor market, by identifying the desire and willingness of the university’s decision-makers to build bridges of communication inside and outside the university with universities, companies, and local and international groups to ensure that graduates suit the needs of the labor market. It also seeks to identify the extent of the impact of having a basis for an effective framework for university business governance on improving and adapting educational outcomes to the needs of the labor market, on curricula and developing graduates ’competence and relevance to the labor market.
To study the chosen phenomenon, the researcher used the descriptive and analytical approach. Questionnaire was then used as tool for data collection. The results showed that the level of willingness and desire of university decision-makers to build bridges of communication inside and outside the university with universities, companies, and local and international groups to ensure that graduates suit the needs of the labor market according to the viewpoint of the sample members is high. Moreover, the degree of the impact of curriculum governance on developing the graduates’ competence and relevance to the labor market according to the viewpoint of the sample members was also high. The results also showed that there are no statistically significant differences in the responses of the sample members about the role of technical governance in improving and adapting education outcomes at King Abdulaziz University to labor market requirements due to their demographic variables. Based on the results of the research, the researcher suggests a set of recommendations, the most important of which are: Paying attention to the application of competitiveness strategies because of their great and direct impact on achieving a competitive capacity for university outcomes in the labor market, especially about activities related to research and development and service design in addition to spreading a culture of governance. The use of technology use, with its standards of transparency, accountability, and participation, which will be reflected in the improvement of universities' performance and efficiency.
Keywords: Technical governance, learning outcomes, labor market, university governance

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Ahmed bin Adnan Al-Saqqaf. Technical governance to link education outcomes with labor market requirements: An applied case at King Abdulaziz University. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 119-134.
Herry Palangka Jaya, Salampak, Sih Winarti, Fengky F. Adji
Potential sustainability of traditional medicine plant in Palangka Raya
Abstract

There is an increase in the community's need to maintain health, but medical treatment is less affordable for the general public whose economic level is inadequate. People began to think how to find a treatment that was not too expensive and could be used for healing. Therefore, treatments using economical natural ingredients are a solution to overcome these problems by returning to nature. Medicines derived from natural ingredients are believed to have lower side effects than chemical drugs. It is proven that traditional medicinal plants have been consumed by the ancestors for a long time.
Keywords: sustainability, traditional, medicine plant, natural ingredients

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Herry Palangka Jaya, Salampak, Sih Winarti, Fengky F. Adji. Potential sustainability of traditional medicine plant in Palangka Raya. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 135-148.
Baris Mergan, Ibrahim Anlı, Fatma Arslan
Examining the quality of life of students in the department of sports management
Abstract

This study aims to examine the quality of life of the students in a sample of 198 students who study at Konya Selcuk University, Faculty of Sport Sciences, Department of Sports Management 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade as daytime, and evening education. Turkish adaptation of the World Health Organization Quality of Life Scale was used to collect the research data. Validity and reliability studies in Turkey were conducted by Fidanka et al (1999). The data in the study were analyzed in IBM SPSS 22.0 program. As a result of the analysis, depending on the age variable of the students; It is determined that there is no difference between the social field, psychological field, environmental field, general health status, and physical health status. As a result of the analysis made based on another variable, gender; It is determined that there is no significant difference in the field of social and environmental fields, general health, and physical health of male and female students. There is a significant difference between male and female students in the psychological field, and it has been determined that female students are more positive than male students in the psychological field. As a result of the analysis made depending on another variable, the marital status variable; It was determined that there was no significant difference in the environmental field, general health status, and physical health status of the students. Significant differences were identified in the social relations and psychological field. It has been determined that married students are psychologically more positive than students who have never been married and psychologically better in psychological situations such as self-confidence.
Keywords: University Student, Sport Education, Sport Management, Life Quality

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Baris Mergan, Ibrahim Anlı, Fatma Arslan. Examining the quality of life of students in the department of sports management. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 149-161.
Dedy Saputra, Untung F. Soan, Kuwing Baboe, Holten Sion, Andi Bustan, Sri Roehetin
Strengthening the spirit of nasionalism for junior high school students through learning local history
Abstract

This study describes and analyzes the role of local history in instilling the nationalism of junior high school students. The factors that become obstacles and support in instilling the character of nationalism from local history. Historical material contains heroic values, exemplary, pioneering, patriotism, nationalism, and an unyielding spirit that underlies the process of shaping the character and personality of students. Historical learning can instill national consciousness, historical consciousness and Indonesianhood as a means of instilling a spirit of nationalism and religiosity. History learning plays an important role in shaping the religious attitudes and nationalism of students.
Keywords: national spirit, character education, student, elementary school

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Dedy Saputra, Untung F. Soan, Kuwing Baboe, Holten Sion, Andi Bustan, Sri Roehetin. Strengthening the spirit of nasionalism for junior high school students through learning local history. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 162-171.
Herry Palangka Jaya, Yetrie Ludang
Carbon uptake and the growth of traditional medicine plant in Palangka Raya
Abstract

This study analyzes carbon dioxide uptake and growth of several traditional medicinal plants in Palangka Raya City. The research method was carried out by survey data collection using a questionnaire form to respondent sellers, users of medicinal plants and taking carbon dioxide using the absorption method in a chamber and biomass storage, the percentage of organic carbon and organic carbon content using the destructive method. The results showed that the selected traditional medicinal plants have the ability to absorb carbon, which is at least the same as non-medicinal plants in general. In line with that is growth sufficient for its sustainability. Therefore, these selected medicinal plants can be preserved and developed for their use.
Keywords: carbon uptake, growth, traditional, medicine plant

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Herry Palangka Jaya, Yetrie Ludang. Carbon uptake and the growth of traditional medicine plant in Palangka Raya. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 172-179.
Usis
Problem solution strategy for peatland rehabilitation
Abstract

Currently, assessments of carbon dioxide emissions produced by rehabilitated plants and planted areas are rarely carried out, especially as a consideration in the implementation of peatland rehabilitation. In addition to measuring subsidence and peat hydrology studies, one method for assessing the condition of peatlands is by measuring carbon dioxide emissions. The success of peatland rehabilitation is indicated by the percentage of life and the rate of plant growth. Peat soils with different thicknesses produce different conditions and characteristics of peat soil so that the resulting plant growth rate can vary. Therefore, rehabilitation activities must be supported by efforts to prepare quality plant seedlings to have better adaptability and environmental manipulation techniques created by studying environmental conditions including evaluation of planting results and previous rehabilitation efforts. Therefore, this paper specifically describes the strategy for solving the problem of peatland rehabilitation.
Keywords: problem solution, strategy, peatland, rehabilitation

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Usis. Problem solution strategy for peatland rehabilitation. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 180-192.
Lilis Suriani, Ferdinand, Salampak, Masliani
Relationship of air quality due to smoke from land and forest fires to the respiratory system
Abstract

Land and forest fires in Central Kalimantan occur almost every long dry season and cause harm to the community, especially in terms of health, so serious handling is required. The main impact on health can be seen in the incidence of respiratory system diseases. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of air quality due to smoke from land and forest fires on respiratory system diseases. The research was conducted in Pulang Pisau Regency and Palangka Raya City. This research is mixed-method research, which is a research step by combining two forms of research approaches, namely qualitative and quantitative by using secondary data sources. Data analysis is presented in tabulated and graphical form, then the data is analyzed using Pearson Correlation. The results showed that the spread of respiratory disease in Palangka Raya from 2012 to 2018 had a varied number of cases.
Keywords: relationship, smoke, land, forest fires, respiratory disease

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Lilis Suriani, Ferdinand, Salampak, Masliani. Relationship of air quality due to smoke from land and forest fires to the respiratory system. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 193-204.
Usis, Sih Winarti, Sosilawaty, Fengky F. Adji
Balangeran plant (Shorea balangeran) to capture carbon dioxide emissions from peatlands
Abstract

Greenhouse gases are released from peatlands in the form of CO2, CH4, and N2O. Of the three gases, CO2 is the most important GHG because of its relatively large amount, especially from peatland which has changed its function from forest to agricultural land and settlements. Long drought results in a decrease in the water table, which in turn can accelerate CO2 emissions from peat soils. Rehabilitation of peat areas is aimed at restoring degraded peat area resources so that they function optimally in providing ecological, economic and social benefits to all interested parties, managing water resources, and developing institutions based on peat area resources. This rehabilitation action is related to planting activities aimed at restoring land cover so that the function of the peat ecosystem can recover to normal. The Balangeran plant is proposed as peat revegetation to utilize carbon dioxide emitted by the land to become biomass which is useful for various living needs.
Keywords: Balangeran plant, capture, carbon dioxide, peatland

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Usis, Sih Winarti, Sosilawaty, Fengky F. Adji. Balangeran plant (Shorea balangeran) to capture carbon dioxide emissions from peatlands. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 205-218.
Indra Himawijaya, Basuki, Akhmat Sajarwan, Lusia Widiastuti, Hery Redin, Yetrie Ludang
Overview of reclamation optimization in coal mining business in Kapuas of Central Kalimantan
Abstract

The obligation of mining companies from production operations activities is the reclamation of ex-mining land. Backfilling of ex-mining land, spreading root zones, controlling erosion and revegetation are the criteria for the success of ex-mining land reclamation. In practice, it often happens that the success of ex-mining land reclamation is not optimal. Evaluation needs to be carried out for the success criteria for reclamation, especially monitoring. It is monitoring to fulfill the criteria for the success of reclamation. The goal is to optimize the success of reclamation in the coal mining business.
Keywords: mining business, reclamation, success criteria, optimization

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Indra Himawijaya, Basuki, Akhmat Sajarwan, Lusia Widiastuti, Hery Redin, Yetrie Ludang. Overview of reclamation optimization in coal mining business in Kapuas of Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(1)2021, 219-225.