International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES)
ISSN : 02166739     EISSN : 2549516X
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) is expected to enrich the serial publications on earth sciences, in general, and remote sensing in particular, not only in Indonesia and Asian countries, but also worldwide. This journal is intended, among others, to complement information on Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences, and also encourage young scientists in Indonesia and Asian countries to contribute their research results. This journal published by LAPAN.
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STUDY ON POTENTIAL FISHING ZONES (PFZ) INFORMATION BASED ON S-NPP VIIRS AND HIMAWARI-8 SATELLITES DATA Marpaung, Sartono; Prayogo, Teguh; Setiawan, Kuncoro Teguh; Roswintiarti, Orbita
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 1 (2018)
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Sea surface temperature (SST) data from S-NPP VIIRS satellite has different spatial resolution with SST data from Himawari-8 satellite. In this study comparative analysis of potential fishing zones information from both satellites has been conducted. The analysis was conducted on three project areas (PA 7, PA 13, PA 19) as a representation Indonesian territorial waters. The data used were daily  for both satellites with a period  time from August 2016 to December 2016. The method used was Single Image Detection (SIED) to detect thermal fronts. Method of mass center point for determining potential fishing zones coordinate point from result thermal front detection. Furthermore, an analysis of overlapping was done to compare the coordinate point information from both satellites. Based on data analysis that had been done, the result showed that potential fishing zones coordinate points of Himawari-8 satellite was mostly far from potential fishing zones coordinate point of S-NPP VIIRS. The coordinate points whose positionswere close together or nearly same from both satellites was only about 20 %. Differences in potential fishing zones coordinate positions occur due to the effect of different spatial resolutions of both satellite data and the size of the front thermal events that had high variability. The ideal potential fishing zones coordinate points information was probably a combination of the potential fishing zones coordinate points of S-NPP VIIRS and Himawari-8 by making two adjacent coordinate points to be a single coordinate point. Field validation testing was required to prove the accuracy of the coordinate point.
COMPARATIVE TEST OF SEVERAL RAINFALL ESTIMATION METHODS USING HIMAWARI-8 DATA alfuadi, nanda; Wandala, Agie
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 2 (2016)
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Indonesian society needs information on potential hydrometeorological disasters, therefore the development of rainfall estimation methods becomes an important research activities to support disaster risk reduction. Central Kalimantan were selected as research location for comparative test of rainfall estimation methods based on Himawari-8 IR1 (11μm) data, because it has area with cloud cover fairly intensive throughout the year. Some rainfall estimation methods tested in this research are AE, CST, CSTM, IMSRA. Non Linear Relation, and Non Linear Inversion. Each of these methods tends to have a weakness in the value of accuracy, so this research aims to determine the most accurate method to be applied in Palangkaraya (27 meters above sea level) city and Muratewe (60 meters above sea level) district in Central Kalimantan. The experiment was conducted during the period of highest rainfall in January and February 2016 by converting the temperature data cloud tops (IR1) into a precipitation with AE, CST, CSTM, IMSRA, Non Linear Relation and Non Linear Inversion method. Based on the results of quantitative analysis, it was known that IMSRA was the best method which can be applied in rainfall estimation in Muarateweh’s and Palangka Raya’s winter period. The Accuracy of all estimation methods decreased when it was applied in Palangka Raya at afternoon and in Muarateweh at night until early morning. The estimation method with the lowest score was the AE with an average MSE value > 90 and the best estimation method was IMSRA with MSE value <12.
STUDY ON LAND SURFACE TEMPERATURE CHARACTERISTICS OF HOT MUD ERUPTION IN EAST JAVA, INDONESIA Bayuaji, Luhur; Watanabe, Hiroshi; Tonooka, Hideyuki; Tetuko Sri Sumantyo, Josaphat; Kuze, Hiroaki
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 6,(2009)
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hot mud has erupted in sidoarjo, east Java, Indonesia since 29 May 2006. It started as natural gas exploration project and punctured a geological structure at a depth of 2,8 km, releasing unprecedented volume of hot mud volcano (5x104 mcubix per day). By November 2006, it was estimated that hot mud had spread over (2,89 plus minus 0,10) x 106 m, swamping several villages with more than 10.000 people evacuated. In this research, by employing the advantage of spatial perspective of remote sensing imagery, the extent of hot mud spreading area and temperature distributions are derived from satellite images of the advanced Spaceborn Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) sensor onboard the Terra satellite. The mud spreading are was calculated using three visible or near infrared channels having a resolution of 15 m. Temperature distributions were calculated using the temperature or emissivity separation (TES) method on five thermal infraredchannels with a resolution of 90 m. The standard and water vapor scaling (WVS) methods were applied in the atmospheric correction process prior to the TES process. The result showed that the mud continued spreading during five months after the eruption. After 3-5 months from the eruption, the estimated temperature was about 30-69 degree of celcius in the mud spreading area. Also, estimations of the volume and weight of the hot mud were made on the basis of the visible of level 3 A product of ASTER and ground survey data. Keyword ASTER TIR, ASTER VNIR, Hot mud volcano, Temperature emissivity separation, Water vapor scaling method.
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)
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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.
DETECTION OF FOREST FIRE, SMOKE SOURCE LOCATIONS IN KALIMANTAN DURING THE DRY SEASON FOR THE YEAR 2015 USING LANDSAT 8 FROM THE THRESHOLD OF BRIGHTNESS TEMPERATURE ALGORITHM Kustiyo, .; Dewanti, Ratih; Lolitasari, Inggit
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 12, No 2 (2015)
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Almost every dry season, there are large forest/land fires in several regions in Indonesia, especially in Kalimantan and Sumatra in the dry season of August to September 2015 a forest fire in 6 provinces namely West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, South Kalimantan, Riau, Jambi, and South Sumatra. Even some parties proposed that the Government of Indonesia declares them as a national disaster. The low-resolution remote sensing data have been widely used for monitoring the occurrence of forest/land fires (hotspots), and mapping of  burnt scars. The hotspot detection was done by utilizing the data of NOAA-AVHRR and MODIS data which have a lower spatial resolution (1 km). In order to increase the level of detail and accuracy of product information, this research is done by using Landsat 8 TIRS (Thermal Infrared Sensor) band which has a greater spatial resolution of 100 m. The purpose of this research is to find and to determine the threshold value of the brightness temperature of the TIRS data to identify the source of fire smoke. The data used is the Landsat 8 of several parts of Borneo during the period of 24 August to 18 September 2015 recorded by the LAPAN's receiving station. Landsat - 8 TIRS band was converted into brightness temperature in degrees Celsius, then dots in a region that is considered the source of the smoke if the temperature of each pixel in the region > 43oC, and given the attributes with the highest temperatures of the pixels in the region. The source of the smoke was obtained through visual interpretation of the objects in the multispectral Natural Color Composite (NCC) and True Color Composite (TCC) images. Analysis of errors (commission error) is obtained by comparing the temperature detected by TIRS band with a visual appearance of the source of the smoke. The result of the experiment showed that there were detected 9 scenes with high temperatures over 43oC from the 27 scenes Kalimantan Landsat 8 data, which include 153 sites. The accuracy (commission error) of identification results using temperature ≥ 51°C is 0%, temperature ≥ 47°C is 10%, and temperature ≥ 43°C is 30.5%.
THE DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH OF THE FISHING BOAT DISTINCTION TECHNIQUE BY SATELLITE-ONBOARD HIGH RESOLUTION OPTICAL SENSOR — DISTINCTION TECHNIQUE USING IKONOS DATA T. MORIYAMA, -; H. TAMEISHI, -; J. SUWA, -; S. KANNO, -; Y. SUGIMORI, -; T. OSAWA, -; M. KOIWA, -
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 1,No. 1(2004)
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This paper describes the vessel distinction algorithm by using radiance silhoutte algorithm for IKONOS data. Although original TKONOS image has high spatial resolution about 1 m, it is difficult to identify whole feature of the vessel. The newly developed algorithm named "Radiance Silhoutte Analysis Algorithm" can estimate entire length, full width and bridge location of the vessel in high accuracy. By using targeted vessels, it is evaluated the algorithm has sufficient accuracy for vessel distinction. The research also covers synthetic collation decision by using vessel type axtraction algorithm. Keyword: IKONOS image, SPOT, ALOS image, high resolution image alogarithm, nearest neighbor interpolation, cubic convolution interpolation
INTERPOLATION METHODS FOR SEA SURFACE HEIGHT MAPPING FROM ALTIMETRY SATELLITES IN INDONESIAN SEAS Hamzah, Rossi; Prayogo, Teguh
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 11, No 1 (2014)
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Altimetry satellite data, has a very low spatial resolution for using in determine fishing ground area. With very low spatial resolution is required interpolation method that can mapped Sea Surface Height (SSH) with a good result. SSH data from Global Near Real Time from AVISO, mapped in geographic projection and interpolated with Inverse Distance Weighting (IDW) and Ordinary Krigging method. This interpolation method are expected to know which the good method for mapped SSH data in resulting better information. The results of statistical calculation shows that RMSE value and standar deviations from kriging method is smaller than IDW method.
Front Pages IJReSES Vol. 13, No. 1(2016) Journal, Editorial
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 1 (2016)
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Front Pages IJReSES Vol. 13, No. 1(2016)  *Note: This cover is a revision version of the Editorial Committee Preface section cover that was uploaded on May 26, 2017
DEVELOPING TROPICAL LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY MAP USING DINSAR TECHNIQUE OF JERS-1 SAR DATA Alimuddin, Ilham; Bayuaji, Luhur; Maddi, Haeruddin C.; Sri Sumantyo, Josaphat Tetuko; Kuzei, Hiroaki
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 8, (2011)
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Comprehensive information in natural disaster area is essential to prevent and mitigate people from further damage that might occur before and after such event. Mapping this area is one way to comprehend the situation when disaster strikes. Remote sensing data have been widely used along with GIS to create a susceptibility map. The objective of this study was to develop existing landslides susceptibility map by integrating optical satellite images of Landsat ETM and ASTER with Japanese Earth Resource Satellites (JERS-1) Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data complemented by ground GPS and feature measurement into a Geographical Information Systems (GIS) platform. The study area was focused on a landslide event occurred on 26 March 2004 in Jeneberang Watershed of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Change detection analysis was used to extract thematic information and the technique of Differential SAR Interferometry (DInSAR) was employed to detect slight surface displacement before the landslide event. The DInSAR processed images would be used to add as one weighted analysis factor in creating landslide susceptibility map. The result indicated that there was a slight movement of the slope prior to the event of landslide during the JERS-1 SAR data acquisition period of 1993-1998. Keywords: Optical Images, JERS-1 SAR, DInSAR, Tropical Landslide, GIS, Susceptibility Map 1. Introduction Recently, natural disasters increased in terms of frequency, complexity, scope, and destructive capacity. They have been particularly severe during the last few years when the world has experienced several large-scale natural disasters such as the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami; floods and forest fires in Europe, India and China, and drought in Africa (Sassa, 2005). Mapping such natural disaster areas is essential to prevent and mitigate people from further damage that might occur before and after such event. In Indonesia in particular, in these recent years natural disasters occurred more frequently compared to the last decade (BNPB, 2008). Once within a month in 2011, in three different islands, Indonesia was stricken by earthquake, tsunami, flash floods, and volcanic eruptions with severe fatalities to the people and environment. It was obvious that Indonesia was prone to natural disaster due to its position of being squeezed geologically by three major world plates and this fact makes Indonesia one of the most dangerous
GROWTH RATE AND PRODUCTIVITY DYNAMICS OF ENHALUS ACOROIDES LEAVES AT THE SEAGRASS ECOSYSTEM IN PARI ISLANDS BASED ON IN SITU AND ALOS SATELLITE DATA Rustam, Agustin; Bengen, Dietriech Geoffrey; Arifin, Zainal; Gaol, Jonson Lumban; Arhatin, Risti Endriani
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 10, No 1 (2013)
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Enhalus acoroides is the largest population of seagrasses in Indonesia. However, growth rate  and  productivity  analyses  of Enhalus  acoroides and  the use  of  satellite data to estimate its the productivity are still rare. The goal of the research was to analyze the growth rate, productivity rate,seasonal productivity of Enhalus acoroides in Pari island and its surroundings. The study was divided into two phases i.e., in situ measurments and satellite image processing. The field study was conducted to obtain the coverage percentage, density, growth rate, and productivity rate, while the satellite image processing was used to estimate the extent of seagrass. The study was conducted in August 2011 toJuly  2012  to  accommodate  all  four  seasons. Results  showed  that  the highest  growth  rate  andproductivity occurred during the transitional season from west Monsoon to the east Monsoon of 5.6cm/day  and  15.75  mgC/day, respectively.   While, the  lowest growth rate  and productivity occurred during  the  transition  from east  Monsoon  to  the  west  Monsoon of 3.93  cm/day  and  11.4  mgC/day, respectively. Enhalus  acoroides productivity reached its maximum during  the  west  Monsoon  at 1081.71 mgC/day/m2 and minimum during east Monsoon with 774.85 mgC/day/m2 . Based on ALOS data in 2008 and 2009, total production of Enhalus acoroides in the proximity of Pari islands reached its maximum occur during the west Monsoon (48.73 – 49.59 Ton C) and minimum during transitional season (16.4-16.69 Ton C). Potential atmospheric CO2 absorption by Enhalus acoroides in Pari island was estimated at the number 60.14 – 181.82 Ton C.

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