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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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THE UTILIZATION OF REMOTE SENSING DATA TO SUPPORT GREEN OPEN SPACE MAPPING IN JAKARTA, INDONESIA Fitriana, Hana Listi; Sulma, Sayidah; Febrianti, Nur; Nugroho, Jalu Tejo; Haryani, Nanik Suryo
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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Green open space becomes critical in maintaining the balance of the environment and improving the quality of urban living for a healthy life. The use of remote sensing data for calculation of green open space has been done notably using NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) method from Landsat 8 and SPOT data. This research aims to calculate the accuracy of the green open space classification from multispectral data of Landsat 8 and SPOT 6 using the NDVI methods. Green open space could be assessed from the value NDVI. The value of NDVI generated from Landsat 8 and SPOT 6’s Red and NIR channels. The accuracy of NDVI values is then examined by comparing with Pleiades data. Pleiades data which has 50 cm panchromatic resolution and 2 m multispectral with 4 bands (B, G, R, NIR) can precisely visualize objects. So, it can be used as the reference in the calculation of the green open space based on NDVI. The results of the accuracy testing of Landsat 8 and SPOT 6 image could be used to identify the green open space by using NDVI SPOT of 6 can increase the accuracy of 5.36% from Landsat 8.
MANGROVE FOREST CHANGE IN NUSA PENIDA MARINE PROTECTED AREA, BALI - INDONESIA USING LANDSAT SATELLITE IMAGERY Daulat, August; Pranowo, Widodo Setiyo; Amri, Syahrial Nur
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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Nusa Penida, Bali was designated as a Marine Protected Area (MPA) by the Klungkung Local Government in 2010 with support from the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia. Mangrove forests located in Nusa Lembongan Island inside the Nusa Penida MPA jurisdiction have decreased in biomass quality and vegetation cover. It’s over the last decades due to influences from natural phenomena and human activities, which obstruct mangrove growth. Study the mangrove forest changes related to the marine protected areas implementation are important to explain the impact of the regulation and its influence on future conservation management in the region. Mangrove forest in Nusa Penida MPA can be monitored using remote sensing technology, specifically Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) from Landsat satellite imagery combined with visual and statistical analysis. The NDVI helps in identifying the health of vegetation cover in the region across three different time frames 2003, 2010, and 2017. The results showed that the NDVI decreased slightly between 2003 and 2010. It’s also increased significantly by 2017, where a mostly positive change occurred landwards and adverse change happened in the middle of the mangrove forest towards the sea.
DETECTING THE LAVA FLOW DEPOSITS FROM 2018 ANAK KRAKATAU ERUPTION USING DATA FUSION LANDSAT-8 OPTIC AND SENTINEL-1 SAR Suwarsono, NFn; Prasasti, Indah; Nugroho, Jalu Tejo; Sitorus, Jansen; Triyono, Djoko
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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The increasing volcanic activity of Anak Krakatau volcano has raised concerns about a major disaster in the area around the Sunda Strait. The objective of the research is to fuse Landsat-8 OLI (Operational Land Imager) and Sentinel-1 TOPS (Terrain Observation with Progressive Scans), an integration of SAR and optic remote sensing data, in observing the lava flow deposits resulted from Anak Krakatau eruption during the middle 2018 eruption. RGBI and the Brovey transformation were conducted to merge (fuse) the optical and SAR data.  The results showed that optical and SAR data fusion sharpened the appearance of volcano morphology and lava flow deposits. The regions are often constrained by cloud cover and volcanic ash, which occurs at the time of the volcanic eruption.  The RGBI-VV and Brovey RGB-VV methods provide better display quality results in revealing the morphology of volcanic cone and lava deposits. The entire slopes of Anak Krakatau Volcano, with a radius of about 1 km from the crater is an area prone to incandescent lava and pyroclastic falls. The direction of the lava flow has the potential to spread in all directions. The fusion method of optical Landsat-8 and Sentinel-1 SAR data can be used continuously in monitoring the activity of Anak Krakatau volcano and other volcanoes in Indonesia both in cloudy and clear weather conditions.
PRELIMINARY DETECTION OF GEOTHERMAL MANIFESTATION POTENTIAL USING MICROWAVE SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING Julzarika, Atriyon; Nugroho, Udhi Catur
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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The satellite technology has developed significantly. The sensors of remote sensing satellites are in the form of optical, Microwave, and LIDAR. These sensors can be used for energy and mineral resources applications. The example of those applications are height model and the potential of geothermal manifestation detection. This study aims to detect the potential of geothermal manifestation using remote sensing. The study area is the Northern of the Inverse Arc of Sulawesi. The method used is remote sensing approach for its preliminary detection with 4 steps as follow (a) mining land identification, (b) geological parameter extraction, (c) preparation of standardized spatial data, and (d) geothermal manifestation. Mining lands identification is using Vegetation Index Differencing method. Geological parameters include structural geology, height model, and gravity model. The integration method is used for height model. The height model integration use ALOS PALSAR data, Icesat/GLAS, SRTM, and X SAR. Structural geology use dip and strike method. Gravity model use physical geodesy approach. Preparation of standardized spatial data with re-classed and analyzed using Geographic Information System between each geological parameter, whereas physical geodesy methods are used for geothermal manifestation detection. Geothermal manifestation using physical geodesy approach in Barthelmes method. Grace and GOCE data are used for gravity model. The geothermal manifestation detected from any parameter is analyzed by using geographic information system method. The result of this study is 10 area of geothermal manifestation potential. The accuracy test of this research is 87.5 % in 1.96 σ. This research can be done efficiently and cost-effectively in the process. The results can be used for various geological and mining applications.
OBSERVING THE INUNDATED AREA USING LANDSAT-8 MULTITEMPORAL IMAGES AND DETERMINATION OF FLOOD-PRONE AREA IN BANDUNG BASIN Yulianto, Fajar; Suwarsono, NFn; Sulma, Sayidah; Khomarudin, Muhammad Rokhis
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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Flood is the most frequent hydro-meteorological disaster in Indonesia. Flood disasters in the Bandung basin result from increasing population density, especially in the Citarum riverbank area, accompanied by land use changes in upstream of the Citarum catchment area which has disrupted the river’s function. One of the basic issues that need to be investigated is which areas of the Bandung basin are prone to flooding. This study offers an effective and efficient method of mapping flood-prone areas based on flood events that have occurred in the past through the use of historical remote sensing image data. In this research, Landsat-8 imagery was used to observe the inundated area in the Bandung basin in the past (2014–2018) using an improved algorithm, the modified normalized water index (MNDWI). The results of the study show that MNDWI is the appropriate parameter to be used to detect flooded areas in the Bandung basin area that have heterogeneous land surface conditions. The flood-prone area was determined based on flood events for 2014 to 2018, identified as inundated areas in the images. The estimation of the flood-prone area in the Bandung basin is 11,886.87 ha. Most of the flood-prone areas are in the subdistricts of Rancaekek, Bojongsoang, Solokan Jeruk, Ciparay, Cileunyi, Bale Endah and Cikancung. This area geographically or naturally is a water habitat area. Therefore, if the area will be used for residential, this will have consequences that flood will always be a threat to the area. 
PRELIMINARY STUDY OF HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL WIND PROFILE OF QUASI-LINEAR CONVECTIVE UTILIZING WEATHER RADAR OVER WESTERN JAVA REGION, INDONESIA Ali, Abdullah; Adrianto, Riris; Saepudin, Miming
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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One of the weather phenomena that potentially cause extreme weather conditions is the linear-shaped mesoscale convective systems, including squall lines. The phenomenon that can be categorized as a squall line is a convective cloud pair with the linear pattern of more than 100 km length and 6 hours lifetime. The new theory explained that the cloud system with the same morphology as squall line without longevity threshold. Such a cloud system is so-called Quasi-Linear Convective System (QLCS), which strongly influenced by the ambient dynamic processes, include horizontal and vertical wind profiles. This research is intended as a preliminary study for horizontal and vertical wind profiles of QLCS developed over the Western Java region utilizing Doppler weather radar. The following parameters were analyzed in this research, include direction pattern and spatial-temporal significance of wind speed, divergence profile, vertical wind shear (VWS) direction, and intensity profiles, and vertical velocity profile. The subjective and objective analysis was applied to explain the characteristics and effects of those parameters to the orientation of propagation, relative direction, and speed of the cloud system’s movement, and the lifetime of the system. Analysis results showed that the movement of the system was affected by wind direction and velocity patterns. The divergence profile combined with the vertical velocity profile represents the inflow which can supply water vapor for QLCS convective cloud cluster. Vertical wind shear that effect QLCS system is only its direction relative to the QLCS propagation, while the intensity didn’t have a significant effect.
GEOMETRIC ASPECTS EVALUATION OF GNSS CONTROL NETWORK FOR DEFORMATION MONITORING IN THE JATIGEDE DAM REGION Sanjaya, Made Ditha Ary; Sunantyo, T. Aris; Widjajanti, Nurrohmat
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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Many factors led to dam construction failure so that deformation monitoring activities is needed in the area of the dam. Deformation monitoring is performed in order to detect a displacement at the control points of the dam. Jatigede Dam deformation monitoring system has been installed and started to operate, but there has been no evaluation of the geometry quality of control networks treated with IGS points for GNSS networks processing. Therefore, this study aims to evaluate the geometric quality of GNSS control networks on deformation monitoring of Jatigede Dam area. This research data includes the GNSS measurements of five CORS Jatigede Dam stations (R01, GG01, GCP04, GCP06, and GCP08) at doy 233 with network configuration scenarios of 12 IGS points on two quadrants (jat1), three quadrants (jat2), and four quadrants (jat3 and jat4). GNSS networks processing was done by GAMIT to obtain baseline vectors, followed by network processing usingparameter method of least squares adjustment. Networks processing with least squares adjustment aims to determine the most optimal  by precision and reliability criterion. Results of this study indicate that network configuration with 12 IGS stations in the two quadrants provides the most accurate coordinates of CORS dam stations. Standard deviations value of CORS station given by jat1 configuration are in the range of 2.7 up to 4.1 cm in X-Z components, whereas standard deviations in the Y component are in the range 5.8 up to 6.9 cm. An optimization assessment based on network strength, precision, and reliability factors shows optimum configuration by jat1.
ACCURACY EVALUATION OF STRUCTURE FROM MOTION THERMAL MOSAICING IN THE CENTER OF TOKYO Nurwanda, Atik; Honjo, Tsuyoshi; Tsunematsu, Nobumitsu; Yokoyama, Hitoshi
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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In the airborne and high-resolution measurement of Land Surface Temperature (LST) over large area, capturing and synthesizing of many images are necessary. In the conventional method, the process of georeferencing a large number of LST images is necessary to make one large image. Structure from Motion (SfM) technique was applied to automized the georeferencing process. We called it “SfM Thermal Mosaicing”. The objective of this study is to evaluate the accuracy of SfM thermal mosaicing in making an orthogonal LST image. By using airborne thermal images in the center of Tokyo, the LST image with the 2m resolution was created by using SfM thermal mosaicing. Its accuracy was then analyzed. The result showed that in the whole examined area, the mean error distance was 4.22m and in the small parts of the examined area, the mean the error distance was about 2m. Considering the image resolution, the error was minimal indicating good performance of the SfM thermal mosaicing. Another advantage of SfM thermal mosaicing is that it can make precise orthogonal LST image. With the progress of UAV and thermal cameras, the proposed method will be a powerful tool for the environmental researches on the LST.
ANALYSIS OF ANTENNA SPECIFICATION FOR VERY HIGH RESOLUTION SATELLITE DATA ACQUISITION THROUGH DIRECT RECEIVING SYSTEM (DRS) Soleh, Muchammad; Nasution, Ali Syahputra; Hidayat, Arif; Gunawan, Hidayat; Widipaminto, Ayom
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 15, No 2 (2018)
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Very High Resolution Satellite Image (VHRSI) data for Indonesian Government license is required by ministries/agencies, TNI, police, and local government to support national programs. But Indonesia did not have a VHRSI data recipient facility to directly acquire this data. In accordance with Law 21/2013 on Space, LAPAN is mandate to provide high resolution satellite data, and based on a roadmap for provision of satellite data in 2017, LAPAN will provide a VHRSI data reception facility through direct receiving system (DRS). This will be more efficient than other methods in providing the data. Priority provision of satellite data is for acquiring Pleiades and TerraSAR-X operating in the frequency range 8 GHz (X-Band). Therefore, to receive both data, it requires antenna subsystem with optimum coverage throughout Indonesia. Parameters to obtain the minimum antenna specifications include Free Space Loss (FSL), Carrier to Noise Ratio (C/No) and Antenna Gain to Noise Temperature (G/T). The calculation of G/T antenna is done for both satellites based on satellite parameters and analysis of antenna product availability in the market. Based on the calculation of satellite parameters shows that the minimum G/T value with the elevation of 5 degrees is 27.71 dB/K for Pleiades data reception and the minimum G/T value of 26.10 dB/K for the TerraSAR-X data reception. In general, the minimum G/T value for receiving the Pleiades and TerraSAR-X data is at 28 dB/K. While based on the calculation of antenna products availability in the market is require G/T value of 33.45 dB /K for the elevation of 5 degrees with a diameter of 7.5 mm antenna. This can be conclude that the antenna products meets the minimum requirements specification and to receive both satellite data.  However, both calculation for the antenna subsystem still will be evaluated further in order to be directly installed at Parepare Remote Earth Station (SPBJ), South Sulawesi.
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