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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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International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 7, No 1 (2010): Vol 7,(2010)
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UTILIZATION OF IKONOS IMAGE AND SRTM AS ALTERNATIVE CONTROL POINT REFERENCE FOR ALOS DEM GENERATION Trisakti, Bambang; Winarso, Gathot; Julzarika, Atriyon
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Abstract. Digital Elevation Model (DEM) was generated from Advanced LandObservation Satellite - The Panchromatic Remote-Sensing Instrument for Stereo Mapping(ALOS PRISM) stereo data using image matching and collinear correlation based on LeicaPhotogrametry Suite (LPS) software. The process needs three dimension of Ground ControlPoint (GCP) or Control Point (CP) XYZ as input data for collinear correlation to determineexterior orientation coefficient. The main problem of the DEM generation is the difficultyto obtain the accurate field measurement GCP in many areas. Therefore, another alternativeCP sources are needed. The aim of this research was to study the possibility of (IKONOS)image and Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) X-C band to be used as CPreference for ALOS PRISM DEM generation. The study area was Sragen and Bandungregion. The DEM of each study area was generated using 2 methods: generated using fieldmeasurement GCPs taken by differential GPS and generated using CPs from IKONOSimage (XY coordinat) and SRTM for (Z elevation). The generated DEMs were compared.The accuracy of both DEMs were evaluated using another field measurement GCPs. Theresult showed that the generated DEM using CPs from IKONOS and SRTM X-C hadrelatively same height pattern and height distribution along transect line with the DEMusing GCPs. The absolute accuracy of the DEM using CPs was about 60% - 80% lessaccuracy comparing to the DEM using GCPs. This research showed that IKONOS imageand SRTM X-C band can be considered as good alternative CP source to generate highaccuracy DEM from ALOS PRISM stereo data.
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International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 7, No 1 (2010): Vol 7,(2010)
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ESTIMATION OF DATA MEMORY CAPACITY FOR CIRCULARLY POLARIZED SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR ONBOARD UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE PLATFORM (CP-SAR UAV) Akbar, P. Rizki; Sumantyo, J.T. Sri; V.C.Koo, -; H.Kuzel, -
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Previously only linear polarization is widely used in the Synthetic Aperture Radar(SAR) system onboard spaceborne and airborne platforms. In such linearly polarized SAR(LP-SAR) systems, Faraday rotation in the ionosphere and platform posture will contribute tothe system noise. Therefore to improve this situation, currently a novel Circularly PolarizedSynthetic Aperture Radar (CP-SAR) sensor is developed in Microwave Remote SensingLaboratory, Chiba University. Moreover, from this research, a new backscattering data basedon circularly polarized wave in the remote sensing field can be obtained. As an early stage ofthe development of this CP-SAR sensor, we built an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)platform for testing CP-SAR sensor capabilities. In this paper, we describe the novel CP-SARsensor and the method to design CP-SAR UAV especially in estimating the requirement ofdata memory capacity. Also a smaller antenna is possible to be implemented since the 3-dBaxial ratio on antenna characteristic becomes the main parameter in this new CP-SARtechnique. Hence, a compact CP-SAR sensor onboard a small and low cost spaceborneplatform yielding a high accuracy SAR image data can be realized in the near future.
ESTIMATION OF GROSS PRIMARY PRODUCTION USING SATELLITE DATA AND GIS IN URBAN AREA, DENPASAR As-syakur, A.R.; Osawa, T.; Adnyana, IW.S.
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Remote sensing data with high spatial resolution is very useful to provideinformation about Gross Primary Production (GPP) especially over spatial coverage in theurban area. Most models of ecosystem carbon exchange based on remote sensing data usedlight use efficiency (LUE) model. The aim of this research was to analyze the distributionof annual GPP urban area of Denpasar. Two main satellite data used in this study wereALOS/AVNIR-2 and Aster satellite data. Result showed that annual value of GPP usingALOS/AVNIR-2 varied from 0.130 gC m-2 yr-1 to 2586.181 gC m-2 yr-1. Meanwhile, usingAster the value varied from 0.144 gC m-2 yr-1 to 2595.264 gC m-2 yr-1. The annual value ofGPP ALOS was lower than the value of Aster, because ALOS have high spatial resolutionand smaller interval of spectral resolution compared to Aster. Different land use couldeffect the value of GPP, because the different land use has different vegetation type,distribution, and different photosynthetic pathway type. The high spatial resolution of theremote sensing data is crucial to discriminate different land cover types in urban region.With heterogeneous land cover surface, maximum value of GPP using ALOS/AVNIR-2was smaller than that of Aster, however, the annual mean of GPP value usingALOS/AVNIR-2 was higher than that of Aster.
MODIFICATION OF INPUT IMAGES FOR IMPROVING THE ACCURACY OF RICE FIELD CLASSIFICATION USING MODIS DATA Nuarsa, I Wayan; Nishio, Fumihiko; Hongo, Chiharu
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The standard image classification method typically uses multispectral imageryon one acquisition date as an input for classification. Rice fields exhibit high variability inland cover states, which influences their reflectance. Using the existing standard method forrice field classification may increase errors of commission and omission, thereby reducingclassification accuracy. This study utilised temporal variance in a vegetation index as amodified input image for rice field classification. The results showed that classification ofrice fields using modified input images provided a better result. Using the modifiedclassification input improved the correspondence between rice field area obtained from theclassification result and reference data (R2 increased from 0.2557 to 0.9656 for regencylevelcomparisons and from 0.5045 to 0.8698 for district-level comparisons). Theclassification accuracy and the estimated Kappa value also increased when using themodified classification input compared to the standard method, from 66.33 to 83.73 andfrom 0.49 to 0.77, respectively. The commission error, omission error, and Kappa variancedecreased from 68.11 to 42.36, 28.48 to 27.97, and 0.00159 to 0.00039, respectively, whenusing modified input images compared to the standard method. The Kappa analysisconcluded that there are significant differences between the procedure developed in thisstudy and the standard method for rice field classification. Consequently, the modifiedclassification method developed here is significant improvement over the standardprocedure.
APPLICATION OF SEISMIC DATA PROCESSING FOR SEABED IMAGING M. Manik, Henry; Hadi, Susilo
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The research was conducted in April-May 2010 in North Maluku watersbelonging to the District Luwuk Banggai, Central Sulawesi Province. This area is located atcoordinates 2 ° S - 4 ° S and 123 ° E - 126 ° east. Data processing was done at OceanAcoustics Laboratory, Department of Marine Science and Technology, Bogor AgriculturalUniversity and Marine Geological Institute (MGI) in Bandung. Seismic data processingusing the data in SEG-Y format. The data was computed with Seisee software and bandpass filtering using Matlab. Based on the results of research, it is evident that increasing thefrequency band was followed by the higher the resolution. Sampling point 30 in the form ofsandy clay sediments has an impedance value of 2.49 and the value of reflection coefficientof 0.23. While the sampling point 31 in the form of silty clay in the study showed the valueof the impedance of 1,93 with the reflection coefficient of 0.11.
ESTIMATION OF TIDAL ENERGY DISSIPATION AND DIAPYCNAL DIFFUSIVITY IN THE INDONESIAN SEAS Astawa Karang, I Wayan Gede; Nishio, Fumihiko; Osawa, Takahiro
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The Indonesian Seas separating the Indian Ocean from the West Pacific Oceanare representative regions of strong tidal mixing in the world oceans. In the present study,we first carry out numerical simulation of the barotropic tidal elevation field in theIndonesian Seas using horizontally two-dimensional primitive equation model. It is foundthat, to reproduce realistic tidal elevations in the Indonesian Seas, the energy lost by theincoming barotropic tides to internal waves within the Indonesian seas should be taken intoaccount. The numerical experiments show that the model predicted tidal elevations in theIndonesian Seas best fit the observed data when we take into account the baroclinic energyconversion in the Indonesian Seas ~86.1 GW for the M2 tidal constituent and ~134.6 GWfor the major four tidal constituents (M2, S2, K1, O1). For this baroclinic energy conversion,the value of Kñ averaged within the eastern area (Halmahera, Seram, Banda and MalukuSeas), the western area (Makassar and Flores Seas), and the southern area (Lombok Straitand Timor Passage) are estimated to be ~23 × 10-4 m2s-1, ~5 × 10-4 m2s-1, and ~10× 10-4m2s-1, respectively. This value is about 1 order of magnitude more than assumed for theIndonesian Seas in previous ocean general circulation models. We offer this study as awarning against using diapycnal diffusivity just as a tuning parameter to reproduce largescalephenomena.
GEOSTATISTICAL TEST USING LEAST SQUARE ADJUSTMENT COMPUTATION TO OBTAIN THE REDUCTION PARAMETER FOR DSM TO DEM CONVERSION (Study of Case: Cilacap, Indonesia) Julzarika, Atriyon
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Abstract. ALOS satellite is one of the natural resources satellites that can be used for 3D model applications. The problems of 3D model generation based on satellite imagery are the model always in Digital Surface Model (DSM), not in Digital Elevation Model (DEM). The reference system of 3D model that are produced by ALOS satellite image is still as surface for z axis, whereas x axis and y axis has been closed to 2D reference system in some certain datum and system of map projection. Therefore, it needs a research to observe the accuracy and the precision of ALOS satellite data using a least square adjustment in parameter methods. The results of this research will be used as a reference for next research to find a way for changing DSM from ALOS satellite image to be DEM automatically.
REMOTE SENSING AND GIS TECHNIQUES FOR URBAN GROWTH MONITORING OF BASARAH CITY A. H. Saleh, Salah
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Basarah city has experienced a rapid urban expansion over the last decades dueto accelerated economic growth. This paper reports an investigation into the application ofthe integration of remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) for detectingurban built up growth for the period 1973 - 2002, and evaluate its impact on theenvironmental situation of Basarah city by analyzing the spatial distribution of urbanexpansion according to land cover types and normalized difference vegetation index(NDVI). The integration of remote sensing and GIS was found to be effective inmonitoring and analyzing urban growth patterns and in evaluating urbanization impact onsurface conditions of Baghdad area.

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