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MODELLING OF SEA SURFACE CURRENT PATTERNIN INDONESIAN OCEANS USING JASON-1 ALTIMETRYSATELLITE DATA
Student Name : Rahma WidyastutiNRP : 3506 100 005Department : FTSP Geomatics Engineering - ITSSupervisors : 1. Eko Yuli Handoko, ST, MT2. Ir. Suntoyo, M. Eng, PhD
 Abstract
 Indonesia is an archipelago, most of its territory consistsof water. However, the vast waters of Indonesia, which is rich in potential was not matched by research related to the condition of  Indonesian waters itself. One is the flow of surface sea water which is a mass movement caused by wind that blows in the sea at a depth of less than 200 m that is moving from one place of high- pressurized air to place a low air pressure is very broad and occurs in all oceans in the world. With the development of thesystem of Jason-1 satellite altimetry that some of them have amission, namely the determination of wind speeds above sea leveland determining the flow characteristic, which can be used as abasis for making a model of sea surface current pattern in Indonesian waters caused by wind blowing on the surface of thesea water which is expected to benefit the society and also useful for research next. Altimetry data from Jason-1 satellites were processed using MATLAB 8.0. Modelling patterns of oceancurrents is done every cycle within a period of years from 2002 to2009.The result shows that the range of months from December to February the orderly movement of ocean currents from west toeast direction, and vice versa in the range of months from June to August the direction of movement of ocean currents regularly

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