Dede Dirgahayu Domiri, Dede Dirgahayu
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ANALISIS POTENSI BANJIR DI SAWAH MENGGUNAKAN DATA MODIS DAN TRMM (STUDI KASUS KABUPATEN INDRAMAYU) (ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL FLOOD IN PADDY FIELD USING MODIS AND TRMM DATA (CASE STUDY: INDRAMAYU DISTRICTS)) Febrianti, Nur Domiri; Domiri, Dede Dirgahayu
Jurnal Penginderaan Jauh dan Pengolahan Data Citra Digital Vol 9 No.1 Juni 2012
Publisher : Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN)

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The occurrence of flooding in paddy field may cause the decrease of total production. To increase the food sufficiency within the country, the monitoring of flood affected paddy field is very important to be implemented. The satellite imagery is one of tools for monitoring the flooding area. In this study; we used remotely sensed data from MODIS (Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer) and TRMM (Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission) for January 2011 and January 2012, respectively. The district of Indramayu was selected as the study site due to one of the center of the rice production. The flood frequency method was utilized to estimate the flood duration. Some assumption used in this study, i.e.: (i) the assumed to be wetland rainfed rice. (ii) Rice fields are assumed in the flat.(iii) The rainfall exceeds the crop water demand will be potentially because the floods, (iv) The rainfall have large impact causing flooding when compare to index vegetation greenness. The calculation of the flood potential did known that the equation used compelling enough because it has been in accordance with actual flood events. The class of potential flooding were identifying as a class of height severe flooding. The calculation of flood frequency in January 2011 showed that there had been flooding up to 4 times a month. Besides, there is 18,400 ha that has four times frequency of flooding, respectively and requires to be aware crop failures occurred in both conditions. The condition on January 2012 was in a safe because floods occurred only one time. The extensive flooding of rice fields in Indramayu district January 2012. Key words : Flooded rice fields, Frecuency of flooding, MODIS, TRMM
DEVELOPMENT OF LAND MOISTURE ESTIMATION MODEL USING MODIS INFRARED, THERMAL, AND EVI TO DETECT DROUGHT AT PADDY FIELD Domiri, Dede Dirgahayu
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 10, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : National Institute of Aeronautics and Space of Indonesia (LAPAN)

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The drought phenomena often occurs in summer season at paddy field of Java island. The drought phenomena causes decrease in rice production. This research was aimed to develop a model of land  moisture (LM) estimation  at  agricultural field,  especially  for  paddy  field  based  on Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) satellite data which has seven reflectance and two thermal bands. The method used in this study included data correction, advance processing of MODIS data  (land indices  transformation),  extraction  of  land  indices  value  at  location  of  field  survey,  and regression  analysis  to  make  the  best  model  of  land  moisture  estimation. The  result  showed that reflectance of 2nd channel (NIR) and rasio of Enhanced Vegetation Index (EVI) with Land Surface Temperature (LST) had high correlation with surface soil moisture (% weight) at 0 – 20 cm depth with formula: LM = 15.9*EVI/LST – 0.934*R2 – 16.8 (SE=9.6%; R2 =76.2%). Based on the model, land  moisture  was  derived  spatially at the  agricultural field,  especially at paddy  field to  detect  andmonitor drought events. Information of land moisture can be used as an indicator to detect drought condition and early growing season of paddy crop 
APLIKASI SIMULASI MODEL DINAMIS PERTUMBUHAN TANAMAN UNTUK MENDUGA PRODUKSI TANAMAN PADI Domiri, Dede Dirgahayu
Jurnal Penginderaan Jauh dan Pengolahan Data Citra Digital Vol 8 (2011)
Publisher : Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN)

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The study was conducted to explore the physical processes and weather and its influence on the development of rice plants, and to analyze the simulation results that can be applied to predict rice crop production. Methods which used in this research are water balance model, growth and development model trough Dynamic Modeling Simulation. Results of a study showed that the optimal planting time can be predicted from the simulation model; rice yield potential can be estimated based on the maximum leaf area index, and a decrease in rice yield can be predicted from changes in ratio value of Actual and Maximum Evapotranspiration (ETa/ETm) which generated by the model.Keywords: Simulation model, Water balance, Rice crop production
IDENTIFICATION OF LAND SURFACE TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION OF GEOTHERMAL AREA IN UNGARAN MOUNT BY USING LANDSAT 8 IMAGERY Nugroho, Udhi C.; Domiri, Dede Dirgahayu
International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences (IJReSES) Vol 12, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : National Institute of Aeronautics and Space of Indonesia (LAPAN)

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Indonesia located at the confluence of Eurasian tectonic plate, Australian tectonic plate and the Pacific tectonic plate. Therefore, Indonesia has big geothermal potential. One of the areas that has geothermal potential is Ungaran Mount. Remote sensing technology can have a role in geothermal exploration activity to map the distribution of land surface temperatures associated with geothermal manifestations. The advantages of remote sensing are able to get information without having to go directly to the field with a large area, and it takes quick, so that the information can be used as an initial reference exploration activities. This study aimed to obtain the distribution of land surface temperature as a regional analysis of geothermal potential. The method of this research was a correlation of brightness temperature (BT) Landsat 8 with land surface temperature (LST) MODIS. The results of correlation analysis showed the R2 value was equal to 0.87, it shows that between BT Landsat 8 and LST MODIS has a very high correlation. Based on Landsat 8 LST imagery correction, the average of fumarole temperature and hot spring is 240C. Fumarole and hot spring are located in dense vegetation land which has average temperature around 26.90C. Land surface temperature Landsat 8 can not be directly used to identify geothermal potential, especially in the dense vegetation area, due to the existence of dense vegetation which can absorb heat energy released by geothermal surface feature.