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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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CROP WATER STRESS INDEX (CWSI) ESTIMATION USING MODIS DATA Khomarudin, M.Rokhis; Sofan, Parwati
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
Publisher : National Institute of Aeronautics and Space of Indonesia (LAPAN)

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Crop Water Stress Index (CWSI) is an index which is used to explain the amount of crop water defisiency based on canopy surface temperature. Many researches of CWSI have been done for arranging irigation water system in several crops at different areas. Beside its application in irigation system, CWSI is also known as one of parameters that can influence crop productivity. Regarding the above explanation, it is implied that CWSI is important for monitoring crop drought, arranging irigation water, and estimating crop productivity. This research is proposed to estimate CWSI using MODIS (Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer) data which is related to Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and Soil Moisture Storage (ST) in paddy field. The interest area is in East Java wich is the driest area in Java Island. MODIS land surface temperature is used to estimate CWSI, while MODIS reflectance 500 m is used to estimate NDVI. They were downloaded from NASA website. Data period was from June 15th to June 30 th, 2004. Based on the correlation between NDVI and CWSI, we can estimate NDVI value when paddy water stress occured. The result showed that the largest paddy area in East Java which has high water stress is located in Bojonegoro District. The water stress areain Bojonegoro Distric increase from June 15th to June 30th, 2004. The high to medium water stress level in East Java were predicted as bare land. The CWSI has negative correlation with NDVI and ST. The CWSI 0.6 are obtained in NDVI 0.5 with ST less than 50 percent. This showed that the paddy water stress began at NDVI 0.5 and ST 50 percent. Coefficient of correlation between CWSI and NDVI is 0.58, while CWSI and ST is 0.71. The correlation model between CWSI, NDVI and ST is statistically significant. Keywords: CWSI,NDVI, ST, MODIS Land Surface Temperature, Water Stress.
ESTIMATION OF FISHERY RESOURCES BY M-F GIS USING SATELLITE DATA AND ITS APPLICATION TO TAC FOR SUSTAINABLE FISHERY PRODUCTION Sugimori, Yasuhiro; Moriyama, Takashi; Tejasukmana, Bambang; Susilo, Indroyono; Swardika, Ketut
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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MONITORING OF LAND USE CHANGES USING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH AND IKONOS IMAGE IN BEDUGUL, BALI Sandi Adnyana, I Wayan; Nishio, Fumihiko; Sri Sumantyo, Josaphat Tetuko; Hendrawan, Gede
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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There was change of expending land use in Bedugul. It is necessary to monito the change of highland of Bali, catchments area of Beratan, Buyan and Tamblingan lakes. In order to control land use change and to anticipate degradation of hydrology function of this area. This study is to monitor the land use change by remote sensing and GIS technique. To evaluate land use and land cover, aerial photograph imagery and Ikonos imagery were used. Over 22 years of observation (1981-2003), there was land use changes in the catchments area of Beratan, Buyan and Tamblingan lakes at Bedugul area. The area of settlement increased by 62.6 ha, dry land vegetable crops and forest decreased by 116.5 ha and 32.5 ha, respectively. The surface area of Buyan Lake was also decreased, due to sedimentation caused by erosion in the vegetables dry land crops. Planning the land use study on erosion and soil-water conservation in this area necessary, in order to control land use change, erosion, and sedimentation in the lakes. Keywords: land use, monitoring, aerial photograph, Ikonos image.
ESTIMATION OF AIR TEMPERATURE USING REMOTE SENSING BASED ON THERMAL DIFFUSIVITY APPROACH Khomarudin, M.Rokhis; Bey, Ahmad; Risdiyanto, Idung
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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The measurement of air temperature usually used thermometer in the meteorology or climate station under Bureau of Meteorology and Geophysics. In Indonesia, there are some limitations in air temperature measurement and then they could not provide the spatial high resolution information. The measurement of air temperature is very important for analyzing the human comfort, photosynthesis, and vegetation growth which we need saome details spatial information. However, when data were sparse, the underlying assumptions about the variation among sampled points often differed and the choice of interpolation method and parameters then became critical. Often though data may be too sparse to use any of the interpolation methods, alternate ways to derive spatially representative values of air temperature need to researched. The data that could provide spatial information are remote sensing. The objective of this research is to estimate air temperature using remote sensing data (NOAA/AVHRR and LANDSAT/TM), based on thermal diffusivity approach. The steps of this research include the calibration of surface temperature, the determination of amplitude, and the estimation of air temperature. Based on this research, the best equation to calculate surface temperature from NOAA AVHRR is Ulivieri et al equation. This equation shows the higher correlation between surface temperatures from NOAA/AVHRR and the observation in the field than the other equation. Physically, this research could estimate air temperature from satellites data, but statistically, this research has not enough significancy to describe the field observation. Keywords: physical model, temperature, remote sensing.
TWO VIEWING THEORY ON ATMOSPHERE CORRECTION IN OCEAN COLOR ALGORITHM Kumar Dash, Sisir; Tanaka, Tasuku; Tateishi, Ryutaro
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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A new algorithm for retrieving optical thickness and surface reflectance, data in the visible bands from satellites is developed. The proposed algorithm is to solve the simultaneous equation of two unknown variables, i.e. aerosol optical thickness and surface reflectance (r). In term of difference from the conventional and, one directional retrieval algorithm, we do not need the spectral characteristics of aerosol. We solve the equation by forward calculation using the 6S transfer code. The two observational equations change linearly within the domain where we solve the solution. We estimate the chlorophyll-a concentration from the evaluated r. This method is validated against Global Imager (GLI) data, which has two independent data for one pixel in both tilting and nadir viewing. Keywords, GLI, 6S, Radiative Transfer, Reflectance, Rayleigh, Mie.
STUDY ON VARIABILITY MECHANISM OF 1997/1998 ENSO IN PACIFIC OCEAN AND EASTERN PART OF INDONESIAN ARCHIPELAGO Chandra, Luh Made; Ratnasari, Astiti; Hendrawan, I Gede; Astawa Karang, I Wayan Gede; Sugimori, Yasuhiro
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is one of the most important climate anomalies humans are concerned about. It brought many changes in physical of the ocean. This phenomenon causes changes in sea surface temperature (SST). During El-Nino condition, the SST is much warmer in eastern side of Pacific Ocean than normal condition, and during La-Nina event the SST in eastern Pacific Ocean is cooler than normal condition. From July 1997, the warm water has spread from the western Pacific Ocean towards the east and the winds in the western Pacific were blowing strongly towards the east, pushing the warm water eastward on December 1997 and January 1998. Strong La-Nina condition water extended farther westward than usual. In October 1997, during El-Nino event 1997, the SST in eastern part of Indonesia Archipelago was cooler. The varies of SST in PacificOcean during El-Nino 1997 was influenced the Indonesian Through Flow (ITF). During El-Nino event 1997, surface current flown strongly from Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean On the other hand, since March 1998 the surface current inversed from Indonesian Sea to the Pacific Ocean. Keywords: ENSO, SST, ITF.
ESTIMATION OF TUNA FISHING GROUND IN LOW LATITUDE REGION USING SEA SURFACE HEIGHT GRADIENT DERIVED FROM SATELLITE ALTIMETRY: APPLICATION TO NORTHEASTERN INDIAN OCEAN Kanno, Susumu; Furushima, Yasuo; Nuarsa, I Wayan; Swardika, I Ketut; Ono, Atsushi
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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In order to improve the method for prediction of tuna fishing ground, the modification of the analysis about satellite altimeter data was made as trial. In this study, we focused on the satellite altimeter, TOPEX/POSEIDON series, to improve the method of fishing ground prediction. Fishery data were supplied as hook rate by local fishing information around Indonesia and hearing infromation. The gradient of sea surface height is calculated between the neighbor grid which has the maximum gradient. Result showed that the fishery data with hook rate over 0.8 are grouped in a zone from 1.0E-06 of sea prediction of fishing ground quantitatively, but also reasonable accuracy as shown in the change in the standard deviation. This method can be utilized for the effective fishing plan with the resource protection and the economy in the fishing operation in near future. Keywords: sea surface altimeter, sea surface gradient, remote sensing, fishing ground search, hook rate, fishery resource management.
A NEW APPROACH FOR THE TSUNAMI PREDICTION USING SATELLITE ALTIMETRY: TRIALS FOR ACEH TSUNAMI EVENTS IN 2004 AND 2005 Kanno, Susumu; Furushima, Yasuo; Nuarsa, I Wayan; Hendrawan, I Gede
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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Change in the sea surface height anomaly derived from satellite altimeter was examined and applied to evaluate the possibility of tsunami prediction before the occurance. Sea surface height anomaly was composed period during earthquake and tsunami occurance. Daily variability in the sea surface height anomaly was traced about the location of hypocenter, aftershock, and the end of erthquakes from satellite altimetry. Results shows that there are the locations where the sea surface height anomaly suddenly increased or decreased before tsunami event at least. This result can be utilized and applied for the development in not only the stunami monitoting system as the disaster monitoring, but also for the effective tsunami prediction system in the near future. Keywords: tsunami, earthquake, bottom topography, sea surface height, satellite altimetry, altimeter, disaster prevention.
THREE-DIMENSIONAL SIMULATION OF TIDAL CURRENT IN LAMPUNG BAY: DIAGNOSTIC NUMERICAL EXPERIMENTS Frendy Koropitan, Alan; Hadi, Safwan; M.Radjawane, Ivonne
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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Princeton Ocean Model (POM) was used to calculate the tidal current in Lampung Bay using diagnostic mode. The model was forced by tidal elevation, which was given along the open boundary using a global ocean tide model-ORITIDE. The computed tidal elevation at St. 1 and St 2 are in a good agreement with the observed data, but the computed tidal current at St 1 at depth 2 m is not good and moderate approximation is showed at depth 10 m. Probably, it was influenced by non-linier effect of coastal geometry and bottom friction because of the position of current meter, mooring closed to the coastline. Generally, the calculated tidal currents in all layers show that the water flows into the bay during flood tide and goes out from the bay during ebb tide. The tidal current becomes strong when passing through the narrow passage of Pahawang Strait. The simulation of residual tidal current with particular emphasis on predominant contituent of M2 shows a strong inflow from the western part of the bay mouth, up to the central part of the bay, then the strong residual current deflects to the southeast and flows out from the eastern part of the bay mouth. This flow pattern is apparent in the upper and lower layer. The other part flows to the bay head and froms an antic lockwise circulation in the small basin region of the bay head. The anticlockwise circulations are showed in the upper layer and disappear in the layer near the bottom. Keywords: POM, diagnostic mode, tidal current, residual current, Lampung Ba.
ESTIMATION OF CHLOROPHYLL-A CONCENTRATION FROM THE ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION OF MISR DATA Kumar Dash, Sisir; Tanaka, Tasuku; Hachiya, Hiroyuki; Sugimori, Yashuhiro
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 3,(2006)
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Multi Angle Imaging Spectro Radiometer (MISR) has a capability to observe the ocean surface from different viewing directions. Attempts were made to estimate the ocean surface reflectance and chlorophyll-a concentration using MISR data. The aerosol optical thickness (OAT), available from the MISR archive is compared with the results simulated using the 6S radiation transfer code. It turns out that the AOT values agree with each other up to 85 percent in certain areas in case-1 waters. Substituting the archive values of AOT into the radiative transfer process, we obtain the surface reflectance. This surface reflectance, in turn, is employed together with the in-water algorithm, to obtain the clhorophyll concentration maps for three viewing directions (aft, nadir and forward). The pattern of obtained chlorophyll map is reasonable. It is estimated that an error of about 35 percent is involved in the radiance calibration and AOT , Hence, with best possibility, the surface reflectance is quantified and the chlorophyll maps were generated. When it is compared with the nadir observation, the forward viewing camera overestimates and the aft viewing camera underestimates the chlorophyll-a concentrartion especially in case-1 waters. In case 2 waters, the chlorophyll-a concentration shows similiar patterns for the three different viewing directions. Due to lack of in-situ data, absolute chlorophyll values were ignored but errors were quatified for the surface reflectance and the aerosol optical thickness with the 6S simulated results. Keywords: MISR, 6S, AOT, Surface reflectance, Chlorophyll-a

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