Carbon Reserve Estimation of Trees in the City Greenery IOpen Spaces (GOS) in East Jakarta Municipality Using Landsat Imagery
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At the end of this decade, the earth's temperature raised up to 9.6 O C . The main factor that is considered as the driver of global warming is the increasing of green house gas ccncentr&ion in the atmosphere, i.e carbon dioxide (COz), methane (CH4) and Nitrogen oxide (NzO). During the last decade COZ emission increased twice from 1400 million todyear to 2900 million toldyear. Some researches showed that COzconcentration in atn~ospherei n 1998 is about 330 ppm at an the incremental rate of 1.5 ppm per year (Brown et al, 1996), and in all probability to keep iilcreasirrg year by year. Based on all the problems mentioned above, this research was conducted to estiinare the carbon reserve of stands of trees in Greenery Open Spaces at East Jakarta Municipality using Landsat satellite tern oral imagery over a few years. The best model concluded that Y = 43,445E + 1 ~G'~'~~M7%I R(RI"- -~ 42.5%). The total area of East Jakarta Municipality is about 18,689.64 hectares with a carbon reserve above ground soil for 1986 is about 184.975 tonlhectare (LANDSAT MSS imager)! 1986), 1992 which is about i65.050 tctdhectare (LANDSAT 5 imagery 1992). The data in 2001 is about 181.805 rodhectare (LANDSAT 7 SiCOff imagery 200 1) and 2005 is about 183.7 10 tonhectare (LANDSAT 7 ETM+ imagery).
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