Hakim, W.L.; Achmad, A.R.; Eom, J., and Lee, C.-W., 2020. Land subsidence measurement in Jakarta coastal area using time series interferometry with Sentinel-1 SAR data. In: Jung, H.-S.; Lee, S.; Ryu, J.-H., and Cui, T. (eds.), Advances in Geospatial Research of Coastal Environments. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 102, pp. 75-81. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.
Jakarta coastal area is a part of North Jakarta which has a boundary to the Java Sea. Coastal flood from the Java Sea was not a new case in North Jakarta, the situations occurred due to sea-level rise. The conditions of coastal flood in Jakarta can be worsening by land subsidence in Jakarta coastal area. The land subsidence in Jakarta coastal area was occurred in many years and detected by geodetic measurement methods such as GPS and leveling surveys. The study about land subsidence in Jakarta coastal area needed to be updated because it could affect the urban development. This study presents the mean vertical deformation map using Stanford Methods for Persistent Scatterer (StaMPS) for time-series analysis on the Sentinel-1 data archives in the period of March 2017 through April 2020 in both ascending and descending track. The comparison of mean vertical deformation map between two tracks shows a good correlation in terms of displacement patterns with slightly different in 4 individual chosen points that show a high deformation at rates between 30 mm/year and 40 mm/year. The area chosen in this study known as a reclaimed area and the subsidence occurred due to young alluvium consolidation that not supported the maximum compression from a lot of buildings. These approach methods in this study that using StaMPS could be used to monitor land subsidence from all-terrain.