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International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES)
ISSN : 02166739     EISSN : 2549516X     DOI : -
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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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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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SPATIAL PATTERN OF HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE UNIT (HRU) EFFECT ON FLOW DISCHARGE OF CI RASEA WATERSHED USING LANDSAT TM IN 1997 TO 2009 Emiyati, .; Kusratmoko, Eko; Sobirin, .
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 1 (2016)
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Hydrologic Response Unit (HRU) is a unit formed of hydrological analysis based on geology and soil type, slope, and land cover. This paper discussed the spatial pattern of Hydrologic Response Unit (HRU) in 1997-2009 and its impact on flow Ci Rasea watershed temporally. In this study, SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment Tool) model, based on land cover changed, was used to get HRU and flow in spatially and temporally. This method used Landsat TM 1997, 2003 and 2009 data for land cover and daily rainfall 1997-2009 for flow modeling. The results showed the spatial pattern of HRU in temporally was affected by landcover based on the changing of HRU. The majority of HRU spatial pattern at Ci Rasea watershed were clustered. During 1997-2009, accumulated surface runoff and the changing of flow discharge were affected by changes of HRU spatial pattern. The biggest accumulated surface runoff in Ci Rasea watershed influenced by HRU of agricultural cropland in area of clay soil type with slope slightly obliquely. While the smallest accumulated surface runoff in Ci Rasea watershed influenced by HRU of paddy field in the area of sandy loam soil type with a gentle slope. The changes of HRU agriculture cropland become HRU mixed cropland in area clay soil type with slope at a slight angle and HRU agriculture cropland become HRU paddy field in area, sandy loam soil type with a gentle slope could be decreasing the accumulation of surface runoff in Ci Rasea watershed.
Back 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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DETERMINATION OF FOREST AND NON-FOREST IN SERAM ISLAND MALUKU PROVINCE USING MULTI-YEAR LANDSAT DATA Kartika, Tatik; Carolita, Ita; Manalu, Johannes
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 1 (2016)
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Seram Island is one of the islands in Maluku Province. Forest in Seram Island still exists because there is Manusela National Park, but they should be monitored. The forest and non-forest information is usually obtained through the classification process from single remote sensing data, but in certain places in Indonesia it is difficult enough to get  single Landsat data with cloud free, so annual mosaic was used. The aim of this research was to analyze the stratification zone, their indices and thresholds to get spatial information of annual forest area in Seram Island using multi-year Landsat Data. The method consists of four stages: 1) analyzing the base probability result for determination of stratification zone 2) determining the annual forest probability by applying indices from stage-I, 3) determining the spatial information of forest and non-forest annual phase-I by searching the lowest boundary of forest probability, and 4) determining the spatial information of forest and non-forest annual phase-II using the method of permutation of three data and multi-year forest rules. The results of this study indicated that Seram Island  could be coumpond into one stratification zone with three indices. The index equations were B2+B3-2B for index-1, B3+B4 for index-2, and -B3+B4 for index-3.   The threshold  of  index 1, 2, and 3 ranged between -60 and 0, 61 and 104, and 45 and 105, respectively. The lowest boundary  of forest probability in Seram Island since 2006 to 2012 have a range between 46% and 60%. The last result was the annual forest spatial information phase II where the missing data on the forest spatial information phase I decreased. The information is very important to analyze forest area change, especially in Seram Island. 
DEVELOPMENT OF PUSHBROOM AIRBORNE CAMERA SYSTEM USING MULTISPECTRUM LINE SCAN INDUSTRIAL CAMERA Maryanto, Ahmad; Widijatmiko, Nugroho; Sunarmodo, Wismu; Soleh, Muhammad; Arief, Rahmat
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 1 (2016)
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One of the steps on mastery the remote sensing technology (inderaja) for satellite was the development of aerial camera prototype that could be an alternative for LAPAN light cargo aircraft mission (LAPAN Surveillance Aircraft, LSA-01). This system was expected could be operated to fulfill the emptiness or change the remote sensing data of optical satellite as the observer of vegetation covered by cloud. On this research, it was developed a prototype of pushbroom airborne camera 4-channels spectrum with very high resolution that worked on wavelength range seem near infra-red/ NIR used simple components that were available in the commercial market (commercial off-the-shelf/ COTS components). This research also developed georeference imagery software module used method of direct georeference rigorous model that had been applied on SPOT satellite. For this one, it was installed supported sensory for GPS and IMU as the writer of location coordinate and camera behavior while doing the imagery exposure or acquisition. The testing result gave confirmation that COTS components, such as industry camera LQ-200CL, and lower class GPS and IMU could be integrated became a cheaper remote sensing system, which its imagery product could be corrected systematically. The corrected data product showed images with GSD 0.4m still had positioning mistakes on average 157m (400 pixel) from the original position on GoogleEarth. On spectro-radiomatic aspect, the used camera had much higher sensitivity of NIR channel than the looked-channel so it caused bored faster. On the future, this system needed to be fixed by increasing the rate of GPS/ IMU data updates, and increased enough time resolution system so that the synchronization process and the availability supported data for completing more accurate georeference process. Besides, the sensitivity of NIR channel needed to be lower down to make it balance to the looked-channel.
LINEAMENT DENSITY INFORMATION EXTRACTION USING DEM SRTM DATA TO PREDICT THE MINERAL POTENTIAL ZONES Nugroho, Udhi C.; Tjahjaningsih, Arum
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 1 (2016)
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Utilization of remote sensing in geology is based on some identification of main parameters. They were the relief or morphology, flow patterns, and lineament. So it was necessary to study extraction method based on those parameters. This study aimed to obtain lineament density zone in the Geumpang area, Aceh, associated with mineral resource potential. Information of lineament density using remote sensing data was expected to help solve the problems that arised in the activities of early exploration, the difficulty of finding the prospect areas, so that the activities of pre-exploration always required a wide area and required a long time to determine the location of mineral prospect areas, it would have a direct impact on the financial of exploration activities. The used data was Landsat 8 and DEM SRTM of 30 m. The used method was processing of shaded relief on DEM data with the azimuth angle 0o, 45o, 90o, and 135o, then the result of hill shade process was done overlay, so DEM seen from all different azimuth angles. The results of the overlay were processed using the algorithm LINE with parameters such as the radius of the filter in pixels (RADI) 60, the threshold for edge gradient (GTHR) 120, the threshold for the curve length (LTHR) 100, the threshold for line fitting error (FTHR) 3, threshold for angular (ATHR) 30, and the threshold for linking distance (DTHR) 100. Vector lineament data from LINE algorithm process then performed density analysis to obtain lineament density zoning. Results from the study showed that the area has a high density lineament associated with mineral potency, so it was useful for exploration activities to minimize the survey area.
VARIATION AND TREND OF SEA LEVEL DERIVED FROM ALTIMETRY SATELLITE AND TIDE GAUGE IN CILACAP AND BENOA COASTAL AREAS Mansawan, Amelius Andi; Gaol, Jonson Lumban; Panjaitan, James P.
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 1 (2016)
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Observation of sea levels continuously is very important in order to adapt the disasters in the coastal areas. Conventionally observations of sea level using tide gauge, but the number of tide gauge installed along the coast of Indonesia is still limited. Altimetry satellite data is one solution; therefore it is necessary to assess the potential and accuracy of altimetry satellite data to complement the sea level data from tide gauges. The study was conducted in the coastal waters of Cilacap and Bali by analysis data Envisat satellite altimetry for period 2003 to 2010 and data compiled from a variety of satellite altimetry from 2006 to 2014. Data tidal was used as a comparison of altimetry satellite data. The altimetry satellite data in Cilacap and Benoa waters more than 90% could be used to assess the variation and the sea level rise during the period 2003-2010. The rate of sea level rise both the data of tidal and satellite altimetry data indicates the same rate was 3.5 mm/year in Cilacap. in Benoa are 4.7 mm/year and 5.60 mm/year respectively.
DEVELOPMENT OF ANNUAL LANDSAT 8 COMPOSITE OVER CENTRAL KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA USING AUTOMATIC ALGORITHM TO MINIMIZE CLOUD Kustiyo, .
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 1 (2016)
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Since January 2013, Landsat 8 data can be freely accessed from LAPAN, making it possible to use the all available Landsat 8 data to  produce the cloud-free Landsat 8 composite images. This study used Landsat 8 archive images in 2015,  Operational Land Imager (OLI) sensor in 30 meter resolution, geometric correction level of L1T. The eight data in L1T of 118-062, southern part of Central Kalimantanwere used to produce a cloud-free composite image. Radiometric correction using Top of Atmosphere (TOA) and Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function (BRDF) algorithm to produce reflectance images have been applied, and then the most cloud-free pixels were selected in composite result. Six composite methods base on greens, open area and haze indices were compared, and the best one was selected  using visual analysis. The analysis shows that the composite algorithm using Max (Max (NIR, SWIR1)/Green) produces the best image composite.
ANALYSIS OF SCENE COMPATIBILITIES FOR MOSAIC OF LANDSAT 8 MULTI-TEMPORAL IMAGES BASED ON RADIOMETRIC PARAMETER Dyatmika, Haris Suka; Fibriawati, Liana
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Cloud free mosaic simplified the remote sensing imagery. Multi-temporal image mosaic needed to make a cloud free mosaic i.e. in the area covered by cloud throughout year like Indonesia. One of the satellite imagery that was widely used for various purposes was Landsat 8 image due to the temporal, spatial and spectral resolution which was suitable for many utilization themes. Landsat 8 could be used for multi-temporal image mosaic of the entire region in Indonesia. Landsat 8 had 16 days temporal resolution which allowed a region (scene image) acquired in a several times one year. However, not all the acquired Landsat 8 scene was proper when used for multi-temporal mosaic. The purpose of this work was observing radiometric parameters for scene selection method so a good multi-temporal mosaic image could be generated and more efficient processing. This study analyzed the relationship between radiometric parameters from image i.e. histogram and Scattergram with scene selection for multi-temporal mosaic purposes. Histogram and Scattergram representing radiometric imagery context such as mean, standard deviation, median and mode which was displayed visually. The data used were Landsat 8 imagery with the Area of Interest (AOI) in Kalimantan and Lombok. Then the histogram and Scattergram of the image AOI was analyzed. From the histogram and Scattergram analysis could be obtained that less shift between the data’s histogram and the more Scattergram forming 45 degree angle for distribution of the data then indicated more similar to radiometric of the image.
DETECTION OF GREEN OPEN SPACE USING COMBINATION INDEX OF LANDSAT 8 DATA (CASE STUDY: DKI JAKARTA) Sulma, Sayidah; Nugroho, Jalu Tejo; Zubaidah, Any; Fitriana, Hana Listi; Haryani, Nanik Suryo
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 13, No 1 (2016)
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Spatial information about the availability and presence of green open space in urban areas to be up to date and transparent was a necessity. This study explained the technique to get the green open spaces of spatial information quickly using an index approach of Landsat 8. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the ability of the method to detect the green open spaces, especially using Landsat 8 with a combination of several indices, namely Normalized Difference Build-up Index (NDVI), Normalized Difference Water Index (NDWI), Normalized Difference Build-up Index (NDBI) and Normalized Difference Bareness Index (NDBaI) with a study area of Jakarta. This study found that the detection and identification of green open space classes used a combination of index and band gave good results with an accuracy of 81%.

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