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Monitoring changes on mangroves coasts using high resolution satellite images. A case study in the Perancak estuary, Bali

Proisy Christophe, Rahmani Rinny, Viennois Gaëlle, Andayani Ariani, Baudel Sophie, Fahran Riza, Gusmawati Niken Financia, Germain Olivier, Lemonnier Hugues, Mbay Nurman, Nugraha Bambang, Prosperi Maria-Juliana, Sidik Frida, Subki Berni, Suhardjono, Widagti Nuryani, Gaspar Philippe. 2014. Monitoring changes on mangroves coasts using high resolution satellite images. A case study in the Perancak estuary, Bali. In : Ocean remote sensing for sustainable resources. Tanaka T. (ed.), Levy G. (ed.), Gower J. (ed.), Wayan Nusara I. (ed.), Asriningrum W. (ed.), Harsanugraha W.K. (ed.). Jakarta : Lapan, pp. 1-7. Biennial Conference of Pan Ocean Remote Sensing Conference (PORSEC 2014). 12, Bali, Indonésie, 4 November 2014/7 November 2014.

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Abstract : Very high resolution (VHR) satellite images provide crucial information on fast changing coastal regions of the world. Within the framework of the INDESO project, we designed a specific application dedicated to the monitoring of mangroves in Indonesia. In this work, we focused on the case study of the Perancak river estuary, Jembrana, Bali. The estuarine area was subject to aquaculture development during the 80's and most of the mangrove forest was cleared. Since the 90's, mangroves are progressively reintroduced thanks to plantation practices. Now, many shrimp ponds are abandoned. We based our analysis on a temporal series of VHR satellite images acquired since 2001 in the aim of following -up 9 years of changes occurring in mangrove vegetation. We map and quantify the trends of evolution in mangroves surface extents, forest types and structure (young, adult, mature) after ground trothing surveys. Overall, the Perancak estuary is currently greening, i.e. increasing extent and continuous growing of mangroves are observed. However, the estuarine hydrology is still constrained by ponds dykes and plantations are monocultures of Rhizophora species which are probably not the initial dominant species. The sustainability of the Perancak estuary must be questioned confronted to this greening evidence. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés libres : Mangroves, High resolution images, Change detection, Coastal sustainability, Bali

Classification Agris : K01 - Forestry - General aspects
P01 - Nature conservation and land resources
U40 - Surveying methods

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Proisy Christophe, IRD (FRA)
  • Rahmani Rinny, IRD (FRA)
  • Viennois Gaëlle, CNRS (FRA)
  • Andayani Ariani, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisherie (Indonésie) (IDN)
  • Baudel Sophie, CLS (FRA)
  • Fahran Riza, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisherie (Indonésie) (IDN)
  • Gusmawati Niken Financia, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisherie (Indonésie) (IDN)
  • Germain Olivier, CLS (FRA)
  • Lemonnier Hugues, IFREMER (NCL)
  • Mbay Nurman, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisherie (Indonésie) (IDN)
  • Nugraha Bambang, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisherie (Indonésie) (IDN)
  • Prosperi Maria-Juliana, CIRAD-BIOS-UMR AMAP (FRA)
  • Sidik Frida, IMRO (IDN)
  • Subki Berni, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisherie (Indonésie) (IDN)
  • Suhardjono, Herbarium Bogoriense (IDN)
  • Widagti Nuryani, IMRO (IDN)
  • Gaspar Philippe, CLS (FRA)

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