First International Conference on Advances in Education, Humanities, and Language, ICEL 2019, Malang, Indonesia, 23-24 March 2019

Research Article

Remote Sensing Technology: Vegetation Index Analysis Based On Landuse

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.23-3-2019.2284976,
        author={Dasrizal  Dasrizal and Rahmi  Rahmi and A  Rezki and A Z P Ulni and Farida  Farida},
        title={Remote Sensing Technology: Vegetation Index Analysis Based On Landuse},
        proceedings={First International Conference on Advances in Education, Humanities, and Language, ICEL 2019, Malang, Indonesia, 23-24 March 2019},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={ICEL},
        year={2019},
        month={7},
        keywords={ndvi landuse remote sensing landsat 8 oli},
        doi={10.4108/eai.23-3-2019.2284976}
    }
    
  • Dasrizal Dasrizal
    Rahmi Rahmi
    A Rezki
    A Z P Ulni
    Farida Farida
    Year: 2019
    Remote Sensing Technology: Vegetation Index Analysis Based On Landuse
    ICEL
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.23-3-2019.2284976
Dasrizal Dasrizal1,*, Rahmi Rahmi1, A Rezki1, A Z P Ulni1, Farida Farida1
  • 1: STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat, Geography Education Department, Indonesia
*Contact email: dasrizal204@gmail.com

Abstract

This study aims to determine: 1) Land use classification in 2016 in Solok Regency, 2) vegetation density (NDVI) and 3) vegetation density (NDVI) in the research area. The data used in this research is the density data of vegetation and the area that is taken from the Landsat 8 OLI image in 2016. The method used in this study is Landsat 8 OLI image interpretation by calculating the index of vegetation density or Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) obtained by the calculation of near infrared with red reflected by the plant. The NDVI value is obtained by comparing near-infrared (NIR) and Red data. Technique of analysis using Geography Information System (GIS), by determining value of vegetation canopy density using the result from NDVI calculation, then the NDVI class values are reclassified into three classes, which are rare, medium and tight density. The results showed: In 2016 identified there are as many as 9 types of land use. The land uses are Primary Forest, Secondary Forest, Paddy Field, Settlements, Mixed Plantations, Crop Fields, Water Bodies, Bushes, and Plantations. The most widespread use is Primary Forest. The level of vegetation density in Solok Regency ranges from rare, medium, and tight density levels. Water Bodies have an area of 6,690 ha (1.98%), vegetation having a rare density of 79,208 ha (23.49%), vegetation with a medium density of 77,098 (22.86%), and for density the meeting has an area of 174,223 ha (51.66%).