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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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VALIDATION OF COCHLODINIUM POLYKRIKOIDES RED TIDE DETECTION USING SEAWIFS-DERIVED CHLOROPHYLL-A DATA WITH NFRDI RED TIDE MAP IN SOUTH EAST KOREAN WATERS Winarso, Gathot; Ishizaka, Joji
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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Annual summer red tides of Cochlodinium polykrikoides have happenned at southern coastal  of the South Korea, accounted economic losses of 76.4 billion won in 1995 on fisheries and other economic substantial losses. Therefore, it is important to eliminate the damage and losses by monitoring the bloom and to forecast their development and movement. On previous study, ocean color satellite, SeaWiFS, standard chlorophyll-a data was used to detect the red tide, using threshold value of chlorophyll-a concentration ≥ 5 mg/m3, resulted a good correlation using visual comparison. However, statistic based accuracy analysis has not be done yet. In this study, the accuracy of detection method was analyzed using spatial statistic. Spatial statistical match up analysis resulted 68% of red tide area was not presented in satellite data due to masking. Within red tide area where data existed, 36% was in high chlorophyll-a area and 64% was in low chlorophyll-a area. Within the high chlorophyll-a area 13% and 87% was in and out of the red tide area. It was found that the accuracy of this detection is low. However if the accuracy was yearly splitted, its found that 75% accuracy on 2002 where visually red tide detected spead out to the off-shore area. The fail and false detection are not due to the failure of the detection method but caused by limitation of the technology due to the natural condition i.e. type of red tide spreading, cloud cover and other flags such as turbid water, stray light etc.
A PARTIAL ACQUISITION TECHNIQUE OF SAR SYSTEM USING COMPRESSIVE SAMPLING METHOD Arief, Rahmat
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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In line with the development of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) technology, there is a serious problem when the SAR signal is acquired using high rate analog digital converter (ADC), that require large volumes data storage. The other problem on compressive sensing method,which frequently occurs, is a large measurement matrix that may cause intensive calculation. In this paper, a new approach was proposed, particularly on the partial acquisition technique of SAR system using compressive sampling method in both the azimuth and range direction. The main objectives of the study are to reduce the radar raw data by decreasing the sampling rate of ADC and to reduce the computational load by decreasing the dimension of the measurement matrix. The simulation results found that the reconstruction of SAR image using partial acquisition model has better resolution compared to the conventional method (Range Doppler Algorithm/RDA). On a target of a ship, that represents a low-level sparsity, a good reconstruction image could be achieved from a fewer number measurement. The study concludes that the method may speed up the computation time by a factor 4.49 times faster than with a full acquisition matrix.
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International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM 2012 EVENT VERIFICATION IN LAMPUNG BAY USING RED TIDE DETECTION ON SPOT 4 IMAGE Emiyati, .; Parwati, Ety; Budhiman, Syarif
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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In mid-December 2012, harmful algal bloom phenomenon occurred in Lampung Bay. Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) is blooming of algae in aquatic ecosystems. It has negative impact on living organism, due to its toxic. This study was applied Red Tide (RT) detection algorithm on SPOT 4 images and verified the distribution of HAB 2012 event in Lampung Bay. The HAB event in 2012 in Lampung Bay can be detected by using RT algorithm on SPOT 4 images quantitatively and qualitatively. According to field measurement, the phytoplankton blooming which happen at Lampung Bay in 2012 were Cochlodinium sp. Image analysis showed that Cochlodinium sp has specific pattern of RT with values, digitally, were 13 to 41 and threshold value of red band SPOT 4 image was 57. The total area of RT distribution, which are found in Lampung Bay, was 11,545.3 Ha. Based on the RT classification of RT images and field data measurement, the RT which is caused many fishes died on the western coastal of Lampung Bay spread out from Bandar Lampung City to Batumenyan village. By using confusion matrix, the accuracy of this this method was 74.05 %. This method was expected to be used as early warning system for HAB monitoring in Lampung Bay and perhaps in another coastal region of Indonesia.
VERIFICATION OF PISCES DISSOLVED OXYGEN MODEL USING IN SITU MEASUREMENT IN BIAK, ROTE, AND TANIMBAR SEAS, INDONESIA Tussadiah, Armyanda; Subandriyo, Joko; Novita, Sari; Pranowo, Widodo Setyo
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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Dissolved oxygen (DO) is one of the most chemical primary data in supported life for marine organisms. Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Republic of Indonesia through Infrastructure Development for Space Oceanography (INDESO) Project provides dissolved oxygen data services in Indonesian Seas for 7 days backward and 10 days ahead (9,25 km x 9.25 km, 1 daily). The data based on Biogeochemical model (PISCES) coupled with hydrodynamic model (NEMO), with input data from satellite acquisition. This study investigated the performance and accuracy of dissolved oxygen from PISCES model, by comparing with the measurement in situ data in Indonesian Seas specifically in three outermost islands of Indonesia (Biak Island, Rote Island, and Tanimbar Island). Results of standard deviation values between in situ DO and model are around two (St.dev ± 2). Based on the calculation of linear regression between in situ DO with the standard deviation obtained a high determinant coefficient, greater than 0.9 (R2 ≥ 0.9). Furthermore, RMSE calculation showed a minor error, less than 0.05. These results showed that the equation of the linear regression might be used as a correction equation to gain the verified dissolved oxygen.
TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF TOTAL SUSPENDED SOLID (TSS) USING LANDSAT DATA IN BERAU COASTAL AREA, INDONESIA Parwati, Ety; Purwanto, Anang Dwi
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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Water quality information is usually used for the first examination of the pollution.  One of the parameters of water quality is Total Suspended Solid (TSS), which describes the amount of matter of particles suspended in the water. TSS information is also used as initial information about waters condition of a region. TSS could be derive from Landsat data with several combinations of spectral channels to evaluate the condition of the observation area for both the waters and the surrounding land. The study aimed to evaluate Berau waters condition in Kalimantan, Indonesia, by utilizing TSS dynamics extracted from Landsat data. Validated TSS extraction algorithm was obtained by choosing the best correlation between  field data and image data. Sixty pairs of points had been used to build validated TSS algorithms for the Berau Coastal area. The algorithm was TSS = 3.3238 * exp (34 099 * Red Band Reflectance). The data used for this study were Landsat 5 TM, Landsat 7 ETM and Landsat 8 data acquisition in 1994, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2013. For detailed evaluation, 20 regions were created along the watershed up to the coast. The results showed the fluctuation of TSS values in each selected region. TSS value increased if there was a change of any kind of land cover/land used into bareland, ponds, settlements or shrubs. Conversely, TSS value decreased if there was a wide increase of mangrove area or its position was very closed to the ocean.
SIMULATION OF DIRECT GEOREFERENCING FOR GEOMETRIC SYSTEMATIC CORRECTION ON LSA PUSHBROOM IMAGER Soleh, Muchammad; Sunarmodo, Wismu; Maryanto, Ahmad
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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LAPAN has developed remote sensing data collection by using a pushbroom linescan imager camera sensor mounted on LSA (Lapan Surveillance Aircraft). The position accuracy and orientation system for LSA applications are required for Direct Georeferencing and depend on the accuracy of off-the-shelf integrated GPS/inertial system, which used on the camera sensor. This research aims to give the accuracy requirement of Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) sensor and GPS to improve the accuracy of the measurement results using direct georeferencing technique. Simulations were performed to produce geodetic coordinates of longitude, latitude and altitude for each image pixel in the imager pushbroom one array detector, which has been geometrically corrected. The simulation results achieved measurement accuracies for mapping applications with Ground Sample Distance (GSD) or spatial resolution of 0,6 m of the IMU parameter (pitch, roll and yaw) errors about 0.1; 0.1; and 0.1 degree respectively, and the error of GPS parameters (longitude and latitude) about 0.00002 and 0.2 degree. The results are expected to be a reference for a systematic geometric correction to image data pushbroom linescan imager that would be obtained by using LSA spacecraft.
IN-SITU MEASUREMENT OF DIFFUSE ATTENUATION COEFFICIENT AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH WATER CONSTITUENT AND DEPTH ESTIMATION OF SHALLOW WATERS BY REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUE Prasetyo, Budhi Agung; Siregar, Vincentius Paulus; Agus, Syamsul Bahri; Asriningrum, Wikanti
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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Diffuse attenuation coefficient, Kd(λ), has an empirical relationship with water depth, thus potentially to be used to estimate the depth of the water based on the light penetration in the water column. The aim of this research is to assess the relationship of diffuse attenuation coefficient with the water constituent and its relationship to estimate the depth of shallow waters of Air Island, Panggang Island and Karang Lebar lagoons and to compare the result of depth estimation from Kd model and derived from Landsat 8 imagery. The measurement of Kd(λ) was carried out using hyperspectral spectroradiometer TriOS-RAMSES with range 320 – 950 nm. The relationship between measurement Kd(λ) on study site with the water constituent was the occurrence of absorption by chlorophyll-a concentration at the blue and green spectral wavelength. Depth estimation using band ratio from Kd(λ) occurred at 442,96 nm and 654,59 nm, which had better relationship with the depth from in-situ measurement compared to the estimation based on Landsat 8 band ratio. Depth estimated based on Kd(λ) ratio and in-situ measurement are not significantly different statistically. Depth estimated based on Kd(λ) ratio and in-situ measurement are not significantly different statistically. However, depth estimation based on Kd(λ) ratio was inconsistent due to the bottom albedo reflection because the Kd(λ) measurement was carried out in shallow waters. Estimation of water depth based on Kd(λ) ratio had better results compared to the Landsat 8 band ratio.
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A COMPARISON OF OBJECT-BASED AND PIXEL-BASED APPROACHES FOR LAND USE/LAND COVER CLASSIFICATION USING LAPAN-A2 MICROSATELLITE DATA Nugroho, Jalu Tejo; Zylshal, .; Sari, Nurwita Mustika; Kushardono, Dony
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 14, No 1 (2017)
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In recent years, small satellite industry has been a rapid trend and become important especially when associated with operational cost, technology adaptation and the missions. One mission of LAPAN-A2, the 2nd generation of microsatellite that developed by Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN), is Earth observation using digital camera that provides imagery with 3.5 m spatial resolution. The aim of this research is to compare between object-based and pixel-based classification of land use/land cover (LU/LC) in order to determine the appropriate classification method in LAPAN-A2 dataprocessing (case study Semarang, Central Java).The LU/LC were classified into eleven classes, as follows: sea, river, fish pond, tree, grass, road, building 1, building 2, building 3, building 4 and rice field. The accuracy of classification outputs were assessed using confusion matrix. The object-based and pixel-based classification methods result for overall accuracy are 31.63% and 61.61%, respectively. According to accuracy result, it was thought that blurring effect on LAPAN-A2 data may be the main cause ofaccuracy decrease. Furthermore, the result is suggested to use pixel-based classification to be applied inLAPAN-A2 data processing.

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