Vincentius P Siregar
Departemen ITK FPIK IPB Bogor

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SHRIMP FARMS SUITABILITY EVALUATION IN CIJULANG AND PARIGI, CIAMIS, WEST JAVA) Syaugy, Afwan; Siregar, Vincentius P; Arhatin, Risti Endriani
JURNAL TEKNOLOGI PERIKANAN DAN KELAUTAN Vol 3, No 1 (2012): November 2012
Publisher : Fakultas Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan

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Selection of wrong location fishponds will cause the problems, such as increasing the cost of construction, operational, and may cause environmental degradation. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the land suitability for shrimp farms considering the coastal and river border planning maps in Kecamatan Cijulang and Parigi. This study uses the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to determine the level of compliance of existing shrimp farms in the area. The parameters taken into calculated are: land use; soil texture; soil type; land slope; distance from the river; distance from the shore; water pH, and salinity. The result of the spatial analysis was added by limiting factor coastal and river border, so the extensive shrimp farms area is 23.8 ha divided into three classes of suitability, namely very accordance (11.7 ha or 49.0%); accordance (1.0 ha or 4.3%), and not in accordance (11.1 ha or 46.6%). There are no shrimp farms in the area of conditional suitability. The existing farm in this region is almost entirely located in the area that should be a river border. In order to keep a sustainable shrimp farms management, it is needed a good cooperation between the management of the shrimp farms and the government.
GEOMORPHOLOGY ZONATION AND COLUMN CORRECTION FOR BOTTOM SUBSTRAT MAPPING USING QUICKBIRD IMAGE Selamat, Muhammad Banda; Jaya, Indra; Siregar, Vincentius P; Hestirianoto, Totok
JURNAL TEKNOLOGI PERIKANAN DAN KELAUTAN Vol 2, No 2 (2012): Mei 2012
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Bias may occur on attenuation coefficient ratio estimated from water column correction method. This bias then contribute to thematic accuracy of bottom substrate images. This study used geomorphologic spatial zonation to improve thematic accuracy of bottom substrate maps that produced from water column correction method. Quickbird pixel values were converted to the top of atmosphere radiance and followed by water column correction to make bottom substrate map with three themes i.e. sand, seagrass and coral reef. Field data were grouped using Bray Curtis method and become basis of image reclassification. Geomorphological profile was extracted from green and red composite images, refer to a bathymetric survey. This combined method was significantly reach the thematic accuracy up to more than 80%.
COUPLING OPTIC-ACOUSTIC REMOTE SENSING FOR BATHYMETRIC PROFILING OF REEF FISH SPAWNING HABITAT: Case Study of Panggang Island Waters, Kepulauan Seribu Agus, Syamsul B; Siregar, Vincentius P; Bengen, Dietriech G; Hanggono, Aryo
JURNAL TEKNOLOGI PERIKANAN DAN KELAUTAN Vol 2, No 2 (2012): Mei 2012
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Remote sensing technology, both optic and acoustic, serves as major tool for mapping bathymetry synoptically and efficiently. In complex coral cays as Kepulauan Seribu, bathymetric profile may change gradually due to naturally controlled reef accretion/erotion, sand/coral exploitation activities, storms, and mostly several types of fishing techniques (muroami and blast fishing). In this paper, elaboration on bathymetric profiles originated from coupled optic-acoustic dataset will be applied in account for understanding reef fish spawning habitats. A total of 17 reef sites were surveyed in situ to record reef fish with spawning cues (eg: female gravid, male change color, aggregation, etc) in between October 2010-March 2012. A 2008 Quickbird imagery and single beam acoustic data were gridded at 1 m by interpolation using Inverse Distance to Power method resulted in 2-dimension and 3-dimension bathymetric maps thus revealing complex detail of seabed at shallow and deeper depths. Terrain profiles depicting lateral view of bathymetric profile for each reef site were used to describe geomorpological features supporting its role as spawning habitat.
COASTAL UPWELLING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF WESTERLY WIND BURST IN THE NORTH OF PAPUA CONTINENT, WESTERN PACIFIC Waas, Harold J.D.; Siregar, Vincentius P; Jaya, Indra; Gaol, Jonson Lumban
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 9, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : National Institute of Aeronautics and Space of Indonesia (LAPAN)

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Coastal upwelling play an important role in biological productivity and the carbon cycle in the ocean. This research aimed to examine the phenomenon of coastal upwelling that occur in the coastal waters north of Papua continent under the influence of Westerly Wind Burst(WWB) prior to the development of El Nino in the Pacific. Data consisted of sea surface temperature, vertical oceanic temperature, ocean color satellite image, wind stress and vector wind speed image, sea surface high, and Nino 3.4 index. Coastal upwelling events in the northern coastal waters of Papua continent occurred in response to westerly winds and westerly wind burst (WWBs) during December to March characterizing by low sea surface temperature (SST) (25 - 28C), negative sea surface high deviation and phytoplankton blooming, except during pre-development of the El Nino 2006/2007 where weak upwelling followed by positive sea surface high deviation. Strong coastal upwelling occurred during two WWBs in December and March1996/1997 with maximum wind speed in March produced a strong El Nino 1997/1998. Upwelling generally occurred along coastal waters of Jayapura to Papua New Guinea with more intensive in coastal waters north of Papua New Guinea indicated by Ekman transport and Ekman layer depth maximum.
Akurasi Tematik Peta Substrat Dasar dari Citra Quickbird (Studi Kasus Gusung Karang Lebar, Kepulauan Seribu, Jakarta) (Thematic Accuracy of Bottom Substrate Map from Quickbrid Imagery (Case study: Gusung Karang Lebar, Kepulauan Seribu, Jakarta)) Selamat, Muhammad Banda; Jaya, Indra; Siregar, Vincentius P; Hestirianoto, Totok
ILMU KELAUTAN: Indonesian Journal of Marine Sciences Vol 17, No 3 (2012): Ilmu Kelautan
Publisher : Marine Science Department Diponegoro University

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Salah satu kelemahan metode koreksi kolom air adalah dapat memunculkan bias dalam estimasi rasio koefisien attenuasi. Bias ini berkontribusi pada nilai akurasi tematik peta substrat dasar. Studi ini menggunakan pendekatan zonasi geomorfologi untuk meningkatkan akurasi tematik peta substrat yang dihasilkan dari metode koreksi kolom air. Nilai piksel citra Quickbird dikonversi ke radiansi dan dilanjutkan dengan koreksi kolom air untuk menghasilkan peta substrat dasar dengan tiga tema ekosistem, yaitu ekosistem pantai berpasir dengan substrat dominan pasir, ekosistem lamun dan terumbu karang. Data lapangan dikelompokkan menggunakan metode Bray curtis dan menjadi dasar bagi reklasifikasi. Profil geomorfologi pada citra satelit disadap dari gabungan kanal hijau dan merah, mengacu pada hasil survei batimetri. Pendekatan kombinasi ini terbukti dapat meningkatkan akurasi tematik peta substrat dasar hingga lebih dari 20%.Kata kunci: quickbird, substrat dasar, akurasi tematikBias may occur on attenuation coefficient ratio estimated from water column correction method. This bias then contribute to thematic accuracy of bottom substrate images. This study used geomorphologic spatial zonation to improve thematic accuracy of bottom substrate maps that produced from water column correction method. Quickbird pixel values were converted to the top of atmosphere radiance and followed by water column correction to make bottom substrate map with three themes ecosystem i.e. sandy ecosystem, seagrass ecosystem and coral reef ecosystem. Field data were grouped using Bray Curtis method and become basis of image reclassification. Geomorphological profile was extracted from green and red composite images, refer to a bathymetric survey. These combined approaches were significantly proved to improve thematic accuracy up to more than 20%.Key words: quickbird, bottom subtrate, thematic accuracy
APLIKASI CITRA QUICKBIRD UNTUK PEMETAAN 3D SUBSTRAT DASAR DI GUSUNG KARANG Selamat, Muhammad Banda; Jaya, Indra; Siregar, Vincentius P; Hestirianoto, Totok
GEOMATIKA Vol 18, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : Badan Informasi Geospasial in Partnership with MAPIN

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Salah satu masalah dalam pemetaan batimetri di perairan gusung terumbu karang adalah sulitnya aksesibilitas kapal survei oleh karena perairannya yang dangkal.  Di lain pihak, citra satelit sinar tampak telah umum digunakan untuk pemetaan habitat terumbu karang dan kedalaman perairan.  Studi ini bertujuan menghasilkan peta 3D substrat dasar di gusung terumbu karang dari citra Quickbird.Sejumlah 325 titik sampling menjadi acuan dalam penentuan tipe substrat dasar melalui pendekatan indeks kemiripan Bray Curtis.Setelah koreksi atmosferik, metode koreksi kolom air diaplikasikan pada citra dan ditingkatkan akurasinya dengan kombinasi profil geomorfologi. Pendekatan ini telah menghasilkan peta substrat dasar di gusung Karang Lebar dengan akurasi tematik 82%.  Sejumlah lebih 5700  titik perum di regresi dengan kanal hijau dan merah untuk mendapatkan model estimasi batimetri dari citra Quickbird berdasarkan tipe substrat.  Gabungan model regresi menghasilkan nilai koefisien determinasi=94% dan RMSE=0.4 meter.  Interpolasi data gabungan citra batimetri pasir dan data perum menghasilkan model 3D batimetri di Karang Lebar dengan ME=0.4 m dan RMSE=0.9 m.  Hasil ini menunjukkan peta batimetri yang dihasilkan belum dapat memenuhi persyaratan navigasi, meskipun demikian masih dapat digunakan untuk keperluan lainnya seperti pengelolaan sumberdaya, pemodelan oseanografi dan lain-lain.Kata kunci: substrat dasar, Quickbird, batimetriABSTRACTOne of the problems when conducting bathymetric mapping in patch reef environments is shallow water condition.The shallowness complicates the surveillance boat to access the location. Apart from this, using visible satellite imagery, ones still can map coral reefs and shallow water depth. This study goal was to produce 3D bottom substrate map from quickbird imagery.  About 325 sampling points wereselected to characterize bottom substrate based on the similarity index from Bray Curtis. After theatmospheric correction, a water-column correction method was implemented and then a geomorphologic profilingwas applied to improve the map’s thematic accuracy. Theapproach has resultedan accuracy 82% for bottom substrate map.  A bathymetric estimation model then wasbuilt from a regression analysis to 5700 sounding data and combination of green and red channel value of quickbird. The model has 0.4m RMSE value and 94% for itscoefficient determination The fusion of sand bathymetric image and sounding data results on the 3D bathymetric model of Karang Lebar with ME=0.4 m and RMSE=0.9 m.  This result shows that the produced bathymetric map was not fulfilled the navigation requirement, but still potential as an additional information for resource management, oceanographic modeling etc.Keywords: bottom substrate, Quickbird, bathymetry
CHANGE DETECTION OF CORAL REEF HABITAT USING LANDSAT IMAGERY IN MOROTAI ISLAND NORTH MALUKU PROVINCE Wahiddin, Nurhalis; Siregar, Vincentius P; Nababan, Bisman; Jaya, Indra; Wouthuyzen, Sam
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis Vol 6, No 2 (2014): Electronik Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis
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ABSTRACT Scientific information on coral reef habitat changes of Morotai island is very limited to none. This study aimed to detect the change of coral reef habitats between 1996 and 2013, using Landsat imagery integrated with field data in 2012. The research was conducted in the coral reef ecosystem of Morotai Island in North Maluku province. Change detection analyses were conducted using supervised classifications and transformation depth invariant index (DII), with five habitat classes i.e., mixed-habitat, coral, seagrass, sand, and rubble. The result showed that in 1996-2002 there was a significant increase in the mix-habitat and rubble classes (11.3% and 32.5%), however,  there  was  a siginifcant decrease in the sand, seagrass, and coral classes of -14.1%, -14.9%, and -16.6%, respectively. In 2002-2013, mixed-habitat, sand, and seagrass classes were increase by 1.1%, 13.3%, and 24.78%, respectively.  Meanwhile, coral and rubble classes were decrease by -22.7% and -27.0%, respectively. Within the period of 1996-2013, there was about 43.6% loss of coral reef of Morotai island.  This was probably caused by the increase of seas surface temperature nad and the increase of human activities in the region. Keywords: coral reef habitats, Landsat, change detection, Morotai Island
PENGELOMPOKKAN HABITAT DASAR PERAIRAN DANGKAL BERBASIS DATA SATELIT QUICKBIRD MENGGUNAKAN ALGORITMA SELF ORGANISING MAP Asmadin, Asmadin; Siregar, Vincentius P; Wijanarto, Antonius Bambang
AQUASAINS Vol 1, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Jurusan Perikanan dan Kelautan

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Pengembangan algoritma self organising map dalam penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengelompokkan habitat perairan dangkal berbasis data satelit Quickbird. Data primer dikumpulkan melalui data penginderaan jauh dan survey lapang, sedangkan data sekunder dikumpulkan dari penelitian yang relevan. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa klasifikasi algoritma self organising map dapat mengklaster/ mengklasifikasi citra Quickbird dari berbagai kombinasi kanal. Dari berbagai kombinasi input data setelah direduksi kolom air dengan algoritma Lyzenga, Self organising map menunjukkan hasil klaster yang relatif baik. Algoritma Lyzenga dapat mengelompokkan habitat perairan dangkal 6 (enam) kelas habitat, yaitu karang mati (merah), karang hidup (hijau), lamun (orange), pasir (kuning), dan habitat campuran (hijau muda), daratan (hitam) dan perairan (biru). Setelah menggunakan self organising map secara visual terlihat 6 kelas habitat yang berbeda dari Lyzenga, yaitu karang mati (kuning), karang hidup (cyan), lamun (ungu), pasir (kuning), dan habitat campuran (biru), daratan (hijau) dan perairan (coklat). Algoritma self organising map dapat mengurangi kesalahan tematik habitat perairan dangkal dan sangat membantu proses ekstraksi ROI (region of interset) untuk reklasifikasi lebih lanjut dengan teknik klasifikasi supervised.
PENGUKURAN KOEFISIEN ATENUASI DAN HUBUNGANNYA DENGAN KUALITAS AIR DI PERAIRAN KELURAHAN PULAU PANGGANG Meliani, Fanny; Siregar, Vincentius P; Hendiarti, Nani; Parwati, Ety
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 9, No 1 (2018): MEI 2018
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Koefisien atenuasi merupakan gambaran seberapa besar cahaya datang berkurang atau hilang dibandingkan dengan energi cahaya datang di permukaan. Pengurangan energi cahaya dikarenakan adanya proses absorpsi dan hamburan oleh kolom air dan materi yang terkandung di dalamnya seperti fitoplankton, padatan tersuspensi dan colored dissolved organic matter. Kuantitas cahaya yang mengalami atenuasi setara dengan jumlah cahaya yang diabsorpsi dan dihamburkan. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis hubungan antara koefisien atenuasi dengan kualitas air, serta mengkaji karakteristik optik perairan Kelurahan Pulau Panggang. Pengukuran spektral menggunakan TriOSRamses yang memiliki sensor irradiance dengan panjang gelombang antara 320 nm sampai 950 nm dan rentang kanal 3,3 nm. Perhitungan koefisien atenuasi (Kd) berdasarkan perubahan downwelling irradiance pada dua kedalaman berbeda. Korelasi Pearson digunakan untuk mengetahui hubungan antara Kd dengan kualitas air. Berdasarkan rentang panjang gelombang, Kd dibagi menjadi 4 yaitu Kd PAR, Kd biru, Kd hijau dan Kd merah. Kd biru dan Kd hijau memiliki hubungan paling erat dengan kecerahan sebesar 0,5406 dan 0,3990 serta bersifat negatif, sedangkan Kd PAR dan Kd merah paling erat hubungannya dengan muatan padatan tersuspensi sebesar 0,4015 dan 0,4073 dan bersifat positif. Perairan Kelurahan Pulau Panggang merupakan perairan turbid dengan nilai Kd PAR > 0,115 m-1.
MANGROVE COVERAGE CHANGE DETECTION USING LANDSAT IMAGERIES BASED ON HYBRID CLASSIFICATION IN KEMBUNG RIVER, BENGKALIS ISLAND, RIAU PROVINCE Jhonnerie, Romie; Siregar, Vincentius P; Nababan, Bisman; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Wouthuyzen, Sam
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis Vol 6, No 2 (2014): Electronik Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis
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ABSTRACT The limited scientific information and lack of attention from stakeholders on the status of mangroves in Kembung River functioned as a basis of this study. Four series of Landsat data recorded in 1996, 2002, 2010, and 2013 were used to map mangrove land cover and changes detection. Hybrid classification technique, a combination of the object-based and random forest classifications, were applied in this study. The result showed that based on hybrid classification, mangrove coverage was detected within 82.6-88.4% overall accuracy. Change detection analyses showed that the mangrove area of Kembung River was relatively stable. For nearly two decades, we found mangrove loss about 197.2 ha, gain of 251.1 ha, and unchanged of 2904.9 ha. Changes in mangrove were generally caused by anthropogenic factors such as mangrove replanting, logging, changes over the function of mangroves into the road, embankment, settlement, shrimp farms, and natural growth. Serious attention from various parties are needed to maintain the existence and sustainablility of mangrove ecosystems in Kembung River. ? Keywords: Mangrove, Sungai Kembung, monitoring, Landsat, hybrid classification