The purpose of research is to understand the global change, in particular to assess its effect to, and its driving caused by, the Indonesian archipelago. To detect the extreme phenomena, the normal condition, at first, should be understood. For this purpose we are analyzing the long period ocean data observed by the satellites: Sea Surface Temperature (SST), zonal-component of wind speed (UWS) and Rainfall Rate (RR). This gIndonesian Ocean Archive (IOA)h website provides our ocean observed results to the world and drive the understandings about the Indonesian ocean phenomena.

The research targets are considered as below:
  1. Detecting EL-Nino/La-Nina signals;
  2. Mechanisms of long time/scale phenomena: Indian Ocean Dipole Moment;
  3. Up-welling along the Java coast;
  4. Indonesian Through Flow (ITF).
This is the cooperative research between the Center of Remote Sensing and Ocean Science (CReSOS) of the Udayana University (UNUD) and Yamaguchi University (YU).

Acknowledgment: We express our sincere gratitude for those institutes to let us use their data and software.
March 24, 2016
The first version of IOA website released. Research details and methodologies
Refer to papers below:

I Dewa Nyoman Nurweda Putra and Tasuku Tanaka, gThe local characteristics of Indonesian Seas and its possible connection with ENSO and IOD: Ten years analysis of satellite remote sensing data,h Earth Science Research, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 153-180, 2013.

I Dewa Nyoman Nurweda Putra and Tasuku Tanaka, gA novel approach to improve the ENSO and IOD signals detection in the Indonesian Seas,h Proc. 34th ACRS, Bali, 2013.

Satellite products
Description of satellite products and their period used in this research.