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International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES)
ISSN : 02166739     EISSN : 2549516X     DOI : -
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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THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION CHANGES ON DISTRIBUTION OF URBAN HEAT ISLAND IN JAKARTA BASED ON REMOTE SENSING DATA Prasasti, Indah; Suwarsono, .; Sari, Nurwita Mustika
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 12, No 1 (2015)
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Anthropogenic activities of urban growth and development in the area of Jakarta has caused increasingly uncomfortable climatic conditions and tended to be warmer and potentially cause the urban heat island (UHI). This phenomenon can be monitored by observing the air temperature measured by climatological station, but the scope is relatively limited. Therefore, the utilization of remote sensing data is very important in monitoring the UHI with wider coverage and effective. In addition, the remote sensing data can also be used to map the pattern of changes in environmental conditions (microclimate). This study aimed to analyze the effect of changes in environmental conditions (land use/cover, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and Normalized Difference Build-up Index (NDBI)) toward the spread of the urban heat island (UHI). In this case, the UHI was identified from pattern changes of Land Surface Temperature (LST) in Jakarta based on data from remote sensing. The data used was Landsat 7 in 2007 and Landsat 8 in 2013 for parameter extraction environmental conditions, namely: land use cover, NDVI, NDBI, and LST. The analysis showed that during the period 2007 to 2013, there has been a change in the condition of the land use/cover, impairment NDVI, and expansion NDBI that trigger an increase in LST and the formation of heat islands in Jakarta, especially in the area of business centers, main street and surrounding area, as well as in residential areas.
THE UTILIZATION OF LANDSAT 8 FOR MAPPING THE SURFACE WATERS TEMPERATURE OF GRUPUK BAY - WEST NUSA TENGGARA: WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR SEAWEEDS CULTIVATION Hasyim, Bidawi; Budiman, Syarif; Ratnasari, Arlina; Emiyati, .; Manoppo, Anneke K. S.
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 12, No 1 (2015)
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Locating a suitable site is the key to success in cultivating seaweed, as it is becomes one of the coastal and marine prospects for improving the national economy. Numerous factors such as water movement, substratum, depth, salinity, light intensity, surface water temperature, influence the growth of this aquatic plant, and should be considered while choosing a farming area. One of key parameters on studying sea water conditions is surface temperature distribution, as changes on temperature effecting physical, chemical, and biological condition of the sea water. Surface waters temperature is affected by radiation, and sun position, geographic, seasons, overcast, interaction process between air and waters, evaporation level, and wind blowing. It's rarely easy job to measure surface waters temperature, because often, researcher has to deal with strong winds and high waves. The objectives of this research is to do surface waters temperature mapping of Grupuk Bay – West Nusa Tenggara, using thermal infrared channel of Landsat8 data, which is supported by field observation data. Surface temperature measurement is conducted through field survey in conjunction with Landsat 8 orbit. Surface temperature calculation is carried out by using certain method issued by United States Geological Survey (USGS, 2013). Calculation result on Grupuk Bay's water surface temperature shows that it ranges from 28.00 to 30.00oC, while field survey result shows that it ranges from 28.27 to 29.69oC. This research shows that sea surface temperature measurement result based on Landsat8 data has nearly identical range with field survey result.
MONITORING OF LAKE ECOSYSTEM PARAMETER USING LANDSAT DATA (A CASE STUDY: LAKE RAWA PENING) Trisakti, Bambang; Suwargana, Nana; Cahyono, Joko Santo
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 12, No 1 (2015)
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Most lakes in Indonesia have suffered (decrease in quality) caused by land conversion in the catchment area, soil erosion, and water pollution from agriculture and households. This study utilizes remote sensing data to monitor several parameters used as ecosystem status assessors in accordance with the guidelines of Lake Ecosystem Management provided by the Ministry of Environment. The monitoring was done at Lake Rawa Pening using Landsat TM/ETM+ satellite data over the period of 2000-2013. The data standardization was done for sun angle correction and also atmospheric correction by removing dark pixels using histogram adjustment method. RGB color composites (R: NIR + SWIR, G: NIR, B: NIR-RED) were used for water hyacinth identification; thus, the lake water surface area can be delineated. Further samples were collected for water hyacinth and water classification with Maximum Likelihood method. Total Suspended Matter (TSM) by Doxaran model and the water clarity from field measurement was correlated to build water clarity algorithm. The results show that Lake Rawa Pening was deterioting in term of quality during the period of 2000-2013; it can be seen from the dynamic rate of the shrinkage and the expansion of the lake water surface area, the uncontrolled distribution of water hyacinth which it covered 45% of the lake water surface area in 2013, the increased of TSM concentration, and the decreased of water clarity. Most parts of Rawa Pening’s water have clarity less than 2.5 m which indicated that the thropic status is hypertrophic class.
GROWTH PROFILE ANALYSIS OF OIL PALM BY USING SPOT 6 THE CASE OF NORTH SUMATRA Carolita, Ita; Sitorus, J.; Manalu, Johannes; Wiratmoko, Dhimas
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 12, No 1 (2015)
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Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis Jack.) is one of the world’s most important tropical tree crops. Its expansion has been reported to cause widespread environment impacts. SPOT 6 data is one of high resolution satellite data that can give information more detail about vegetation and the age of oil palm plantation. The objective of this study was to analyze the growth profile of oil palm and to estimate the productivity age of oil palm. The study area is PTP N 3 in Tebing Tinggi North Sumatera Indonesia.  The method that used is NDVI analysis and regression analysis for getting the model of oil palm growth profile. Data from the field were collected as the secondary data to build that model. The data that collected were age of oil palm and diameters of canopy for every age.   Results indicate that oil palm growth can be explained by variation of NDVI with formula y = -0.0004x2 + 0.0107x + 0.3912, where x is oil palm age and  Y is NDVI of SPOT, with R² = 0.657. This equation can be used to predict the age of oil palm for range 4 to 11 years with R2 around 0.89.
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CHLOROPHYLL-A CONCENTRATIONS ESTIMATION FROM AQUA-MODIS AND VIIRS-NPP SATELLITE SENSORS IN SOUTH JAVA SEA WATERS Nuris, Rayhan; Gaol, Jonson Lumban; Prayogo, Teguh
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 12, No 1 (2015)
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This study aimed to estimate the concentration of chlorophyll-a from satellite imagery of National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System (NPOESS) Preparatory Project (NPP) in the south Java Sea waters and compare it to the concentrations of chlorophyll-a estimation result from the MODIS-Aqua satellite. NPP satellite had Visible/Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) sensors which performance was same as Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) sensor with a better spatial resolution. This study used daily satellite imagery of VIIRS-NPP for the period of September 2012 to August 2013. The algorithm that was used to estimate the concentration of chlorophyll-a was Ocean Color 3-band ratio (OC-3). The results showed that the spatial distribution pattern of chlorophyll-a concentration between VIIRS - NPP sensor and MODIS had the same pattern, but the estimation of chlorophyll-a concentration from the MODIS sensor was higher than VIIRS -NPP sensor. The concentration of chlorophyll-a showed that there were spatial and temporal variation in the south Java Sea waters. Generally, concentrations of chlorophyll-a was higher in East monsoon than West monsoon.
DETECTING THE AFFECTED AREAS OF MOUNT SINABUNG ERUPTION USING LANDSAT 8 IMAGERIES BASED ON REFLECTANCE CHANGE Suwarsono, .; Hidayat, .; Nugroho, Jalu Tejo; Wiweka, .; Parwati, .; Khomarudin, M. Rokhis
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The position of Indonesia as part of a "ring of fire" bringing the consequence that the life of the nation and the state will also be influenced by volcanism. Therefore, it is necessary to map rapidly the affected areas of a volcano eruption. Objective of the research is to detect the affected areas of Mount Sinabung eruption recently in North Sumatera by using optical images Landsat 8 Operational Land Imager (OLI). A pair of Landsat 8 images in 2013 and 2014, period before and after eruption, was used to analysis the reflectance change from that period. Affected areas of eruption was separated based on threshold value of reflectance change. The research showed that the affected areas of Mount Sinabung eruption can be detected and separated by using Landsat 8 OLI images based on the change of reflectance value band 4, 5 and NDVI. Band 5 showed  the highest values of decreasing and band 4 showed the highest values of increasing. Compared with another uses of single band, the combination of both bands (NDVI) give the best result for detecting the affected areas of  volcanic eruption.
DEVELOPMENT OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONCENTRATION EXTRACTION MODEL USING LANDSAT DATA CASE STUDY: RINGGUNG COASTAL WATERS Arief, Muchlisin
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Water is a key component to the process of earth’s life. However, with increasing industrial development and anthropogenic activities, water quality has been decreased dramatically. Therefore, monitoring is necessary to anticipate the threat of contamination and to take effective action at all levels in local or central government. Methods or algorithms were proposed for detecting or mapping or extraction the concentrations of dissolved oxygen (DO) derived from Landsat remote sensing imagery using empirical formulation. The aim of this study to monitor the quality of coastal waters over large areas. The method begins with the calculation of water surface temperature derived from Landsat data, using the correlation function obtained by correlating the temperature measurement by the infrared band reflectance values. Then the image is used to calculate the concentration of DO using the correlation function. the correlation function is obtained by correlating the results of field measurements of DO with temperature. The study conducted in the Ringgung coastal waters located in Padang Cermin District, Pesawaran municipal conducted on August 7 to 11, 2012. Based on the analysis, dissolved oxygen concentration of Ringgung coastal waters is inversely proportional to the amount of fresh water entering the coastal waters and directly proportional to the aeration process. As a result, in June the concentration of dissolved oxygen near the beach (on shore water) greater than in the offshore water. While in August, the concentration of dissolved oxygen near the coast (on shore water) is lower than in the offshore water.
THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTIONS ON BATHYMETRY EXTRACTION USING LANDSAT 8 SATELLITE IMAGERY Setiawan, Kuncoro Teguh; Marini, Yennie; Manalu, Johannes; Budhiman, Syarif
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Remote sensing technology can be used to obtain information bathymetry. Bathymetric information plays an important role for fisheries, hydrographic and navigation safety. Bathymetric information derived from remote sensing data is highly dependent on the quality of satellite data use and processing. One of the processing to be done is the atmospheric correction process. The data used in this study is Landsat 8 image obtained on June 19, 2013. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of different atmospheric correction on bathymetric information extraction from Landsat satellite image data 8. The atmospheric correction methods applied were the minimum radiant, Dark Pixels and ATCOR. Bathymetry extraction result of Landsat 8 uses a third method of atmospheric correction is difficult to distinguish which one is best. The calculation of the difference extraction results was determined from regression models and correlation coefficient value calculation error is generated.
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