INTEGRATION OF SATELLITE APPLICATION AND COMPUTATIONAL TOOL FOR MARINE CONSERVATION AREA PLANNING
The design of a marine conservation area or so called Kawasan Konservasi Laut (KKL) should meet the goals of KKL itself. The objectives for each type of marine conservation area are varies and almost exclusively focused on habitat protection which leads to the conservation of biological diversities and sustainable fisheries. Satellite application has been widely used to support marine designs. This paper describes how we incorporate data on the spatial distribution of key coastal habitats (such as mangrove and coral reef) and water quality with coastal hydrodynamic model for the design of marine conservation area. The study employs field observation, satellite data processing and modeling. Using a computational tool called MARXAN, we combine those biological and physical information as the primary drivers for the selection of sites for marine reserves. The site location is in Pemuteran, Buleleng, Bali.
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