Rizqi Ianatus Sholihah

Rizqi Ianatus Sholihah
Bogor Agricultural University | IPB · Department of Soil Science and Land Resources

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Degraded lands in Subang regency have been increasing within this decade. Land inventory conducted by the government shows that degraded areas expanded from 7785 ha in 2011 up to 9581 ha in a year. Improvements of this type of land, primarily due to erosion, are necessity in order to support intensive agriculture. This research aims to study erosio...
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Existing drought-impacted data are generally rooted from individual reports, which under-represent spatial information. To improve the report, some meteorological satellites have been employed. Nonetheless, due to lacking of spatial resolution, the scale of the data is often excessively coarse. With the availability of long-term Landsat data, estim...
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Agricultural drought monitoring is paramount in order to maintain food security in Indonesia, particularly in Subang and Karawang as the national rice production centers. In this paper, satellite-borne remote sensing data are tested for monitoring drought extent in about 184.486ha of both regencies. Vegetation Health Index (VHI), a vegetative droug...
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The study analysis of the land surface temperature (LST) is crucial to maintain the environmental quality of climatic conditions, particularly in Jember as the forest buffer region in the eastern part of Java, Indonesia. In this paper, the land surface temperature (LST) distributions were investigated using Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS images in about 24,008...
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Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis Jack.) is one of the world’s most important tropical tree crops. It is grown commercially in South East Asia, Africa and Central and South America. Its expansion has been reported to cause widespread environment impacts. SPOT 6 data is one of high resolution satellite data that can give information more detail about vege...
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Increasing population causes escalation in demand of land for food production, settlements, and public facilities. Meanwhile, land availability is fixed and limited which encourage marginal or unsuitable land utilization. Land utilization for food production which not comply its capability would have negative effect both physically and economically...

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