Remote sensing study for geothermal development in the Ngada District, central Flores, Indonesia

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Conference Paper: Remote sensing study for geothermal development in the Ngada District, central Flores, Indonesia

Abstract

A remote sensing survey has been conducted in the Ngada District. As the JERS-1 SAR has all-weather observation capability, it provides us with details of the volcanic features in the study area, where it is difficult to obtain cloud free images using optical sensors. Volcanic features are more obvious in the SAR image than in the OPS image obtained at high sun elevation. A digital elevation model (DEM) was generated from a stereo image pair acquired by the JERS-1 optical stereo function. The standard deviation of the difference between elevations from the topographic map and

those generated from the DEM was about 32m.

Authors 
Minoru Urai, Hirofumi Muraoka and Asnawir Nasution






Conference 
World Geothermal Congress 2000; Kyushu tohoku, Japan; 2000/05/28


Published 
N/A, 2000





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Citation

Minoru Urai,Hirofumi Muraoka,Asnawir Nasution. 2000. Remote sensing study for geothermal development in the Ngada District, central Flores, Indonesia. In: World Geothermal Congress 2000; 2000/05/28; Kyushu tohoku, Japan. Kyushu tohoku, Japan: N/A; p. 1905-1908