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Analisis Citra Satelit dan Terrain Modelling Buku Panduan Geospatial Gratis untuk Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam, Risiko Bencana dan Perencanaan Pembangunan Version 2 SAGA GIS 4 Juni 2017 Website: https://sagagisindonesia.wordpress.com/ 2 Diterbitkan oleh Charles Darwin University kerjasama dengan Universitas Nusa Cendana dan Universitas Halu Oleo didukung oleh Australian Government Partnerships for Development: Artisanal and small scale mining for development in Eastern Indonesia program. Cetakan kedua Juni 2017 ISBN: Copyright notice: © Charles Darwin University, Universitas Nusa Cendana dan Universitas Halu Oleo This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Charles Darwin University, Universitas Nusa Cendana dan Universitas Halu Oleo assert the right to be recognised as the copyright owner of the original material in the following manner: © Charles Darwin University, Universitas Nusa Cendana dan Universitas Halu Oleo 2017 Authors: Rohan Fisher – Research Institute for Environment and Livelihoods Charles Darwin University.Email: rohan.fisher@cdu.edu.au Sarah Hobgen – Research Institute for Environment and Livelihoods Charles Darwin University, Australia. Email: sarah.hobgen@cdu.edu.au Iradaf Mandaya –Lembaga Pengembangan Masyarakat Pesisir dan Pedalaman. Email: iradaf.mandaya@yahoo.co.id Norman Riwu Kaho – Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Nusa Cendana, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia. Email:riwukahonorman@gmail.com Zulkarnain – Fakultas Kehutanan, Unviersitas Halu Oleo, Sulawesi Tenggara, Indonesia. Email:zulkarnain.uho@gmail.com Facebook Group - Remote Sensing & GIS with SAGA https://www.facebook.com/groups/208599582556485/ Website (Bahasa Indonesia): https://sagagisindonesia.wordpress.com/ Website (English): http://sagatutorials.wordpress.com/ 3 Foreword by Vice Chancellor, Charles Darwin University Throughout the ages, humans have sought ways to understand and depict our environment. As in many areas of human endeavour, new technologies give us much more powerful ways of interrogating the natural world, of interpreting what we find, and presenting that information. Importantly, in the digital era such technologies are becoming ever more affordable and ubiquitous, potentially accessible to many more people in many more countries. However, the vast majority of environmental management decisions are not made by scientists, but by local people — local government, NGO’s and universities working with farmers and householders seeking to feed their families and to earn a livelihood. Our challenge is to find ways of combining scientific understanding with fine-grained local knowledge and experience to develop better and more sustainable ways of managing natural resources and improving human livelihoods. The use of satellite and digital elevation data for mapping, monitoring and modelling has become an important tool assisting effective and timely natural resource management. But we need local knowledge to help us to interpret mapped landscapes and observed changes, so that these data become more useful for management and policy. This training manual is a great example of a tool that will assist in bringing together local knowledge and experience, with very sophisticated remote sensing and landscape modelling technologies. The application of satellite data, once an expensive and specialist skill, has become cheap and accessible due to falling hardware costs and the availability of high quality free satellite data and software. This manual was produced as part of ongoing collaboration between Charles Darwin University (Darwin, Australia), Nusa Cendana University (Kupang, West Timor), Halu Oleao University (Kendari, South East Sulawesi) with funding support from the Australian government (DFAT) through their government partnerships for development program. This training output provides a platform for long term and sustained capacity building throughout the region. Professor Simon Maddocks Vice-Chancellor Charles Darwin University, Darwin 4 Kata Sambutan oleh Rektor Universitas Haluoleo Penyusunan buku petunjuk pembuatan peta yang menggunakan satellite dan elevation data ini, memanfaatkan perangkat program yang relatif murah bahkan dapat diakses secara gratis. Pemanfaatan program ini akan sangat membantu dalam memonitor dan menyusunan perencanaan kegiatan pertambangan tidak hanya di Bombana namun di daerah-daerah yang lain. Pengembangan dari satellite image and terrain modelling i

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