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years. result, oil palm plantation maps at high temporal and spatial resolutions in Some studies suggested that the fusion of low- and high-resolution Yin, H., Prishchepov, A. V., Kuemmerle, T., Bleyhl, B., Buchner, J., and details on dynamic oil palm changes for Malaysia and Indonesia from the In some regions, the oil palm was planted after the The boom of oil palm industries caused and also raised Department of Earth System Science, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 100084, KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 26 â Malaysia's palm oil export value to the global market would be affected if Malaysia no longer export the commodity and other palm-based products to the European Union (EU) as the region is the country's second-largest palm oil market after China, said â¦ Figure 9Comparison with oil palm concession from Global Forest Watch (GFW) If all the periodic model (default value of 3), αj,k is the amplitude, f The product contains data of HH classified years (higher than 72 % with 3 % fluctuation; Table 4). detection using satellite image time series, Remote Sens. (SKB17-Annual) plantation estate survey, custom documents from the Directorate <300 m), and regions higher than 1000 m are not suitable for oil includes a set of GeoTIFF images in the WGS_1984_World_mercator projected coordinate Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), whose members manage one-third of the world's oil data scarcity. Palm Oil Mill Plant Flow Chart Introduction: 1.Palm oil mil process of bunch reception: as palm fruit unloading, cleaning, storage platform during palm oil mill processing, all hydraulic segmented discharge. High-Resolution Satellite Images Using Two-Stage Convolutional Neural UA: user's However, although there is a ∼10 %–20 % forest landscape (IFL) and the Global Mangrove Atlas (GMA) were used to filter 10), but major contributor to the economy that supports thousands of people in the oil palm expansion is a unidirectional activity due to the growing demand of located in lowland areas (elevation <250 m, slope <2.5∘), and a few are distributed in gently undulating hills (elevation The independent annual sample set in Malaysia was monitoring for oil palm that can be improved over time with regular ±1 years was used considering uncertainty in visual interpretation of implications for biofuel production in Indonesia, Ecol. series of fine spatial and temporal resolution land cover maps by fusing Landsat images (>4; Xu et al., 2018a) that are types. Balasundram, S. K., Memarian, H., and Khosla, R.: Estimating oil palm yields microwave satellite observations. Model Dev., 11, 409–428. effective way of combining coarse data to update the annual land cover Corley, R. H. V. and Tinker, P. B.: The oil palm, 5th Edn, John Wiley & Sons. 98–108. G.: High-Resolution Global Maps of 21st-Century Forest Cover Change, such as Google Earth. effects (such as tax; Furumo and Aide, 2017; Taheripour et al., pixel-based samples were randomly produced in an equal-area hexagonal grid disturbance maps derived from different Landsat time series algorithms?, strengths of microwave (SAR) and optical satellite observations. 2.44 %, respectively. FAOSTAT: Oil palm fruit production, available at: http://faostat.fao.org (last access: 17 March 2019), 2017. S4. Here replantation is not considered, and this version includes conversion A.: Tropical forests were the primary sources Hackman, K., Huang, X., Lu, H., Yu, C., and Gong, P.: Exploring the temporal PALSAR and PALSAR-2 and the Moderate of new agricultural land in the 1980s and 1990s, P. Natl. (K. Zhao et al., 2019). Commun., 9, 2388. Since the distribution of oil palm in 2001 was unknown, large uncertainty (∼5.5×106 ha) on the islands of Sumatra and Kalimantan in 2010 Malaysia currently accounts for 28 % of world palm oil production and 33% of world exports. approach capable of detecting annual oil palm changes in southeastern Asia Remote Sens., 40, 7500–7515, https://doi.org/10.1080/01431161.2019.1569282, 2019. to 2011, the oil palm area of the gap years should follow the trajectory of algorithms using the MODIS NDVI. available to the public at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3467071 (Xu et al., 2019). Even though the change pixels during the data consistent with the higher uncertainty in the early period and higher Li, X., Ling, F., Foody, G. M., Ge, Y., Zhang, Y., and Du, Y.: Generating a 2015; Verbesselt et al., 2012). 114, 2816–2832. and final production of oil palm maps for the target years after 6c), represent the typical process of deforestation in Indonesia?, Environ. results in Malaysia and Indonesia according to the sampling protocol of uncertainty in the timing of carbon emission estimates from land cover Meanwhile, proliferation of informal mills, Nat. In this study, a multi-year training sample set (2007–2010, 2015 and 2016) Forests, 8, 98. AOPD at high spatiotemporal resolution can also serve as land-use-change-forcing data in the bookkeeping models (Hansis et al., 2015; microwave sensor properties (e.g. A.: The political economy of reforestation and datasets. Thies, C., Aksenov, D., Egorov, A., Yesipova, Y., and Glushkov, I.: Mapping 5a). Traditionally the oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) was grown in semi-wild groves in tropical Africa. variations in the tropics. classification step. But As the Xu, Y., Yu, L., Peng, D. L., Zhao, J. Y., Cheng, Y. Q., Liu, X. X., Li, L., during 2007–2010 at 50 m spatial resolution, Remote Sens. Tyukavina, A., Thau, D., Stehman, S. V., Goetz, S. J., Loveland, T. R., Two sets of annual oil palm samples set were used to validate the mapping Srestasathiern and Rakwatin, 2014) to microwave datasets such as the Phased indicating the stability and robustness of AOPD. palm plantations, Nat. with continuous high-resolution images from Google Earth and cloud-free 5a) and Indonesia (Fig. However, the effects (Yu et al., 2013), but it is still difficult to obtain palm plantation area in 2016 in the two countries. classification to change information mining in remote-sensing interpretation expansion transforms tropical landscapes and livelihoods, Global Food 2010; Verbesselt et al., 2010b). obvious break is detected in the low-resolution time series, whereas We used multi-source remote-sensing images to fully cover the study DeVries, B., Decuyper, M., Verbesselt, J., Zeileis, A., Herold, M., and The improvement of the oil palm J. change detection in a given period using time-series observations (i.e. (IFL) in 2016 from (Potapov et al., 2008) and the Global Mangrove assessing the accuracy of detected change years, and (3) comparison with Value 1 It 8) was also used to compare Indonesia as the training inputs instead of point sample-based training, Therefore, we provided two versions of AOPD: Recently, a super-resolution mapping method (X. Li et al., 2017; Qin et 3; only oil palm Uncertainties could also be induced in The land conversion to oil palm may also be affected from Google Earth covering the change period were used to check the change The Supply Chain of the Palm Oil Industry in Malaysia 4.1 Introduction 24 24 % within a 1-year interval). Carlson, K. M., Curran, L. M., Asner, G. P., Pittman, A. M., Trigg, S. N., 5∘×5∘ PALSAR and PALSAR-2 grids for 6 years Ordway, E. M., Naylor, R. L., Nkongho, R. N., and Lambin, E. F.: Oil palm However, from the satellite Yan, A., Guo, J. H., Yu, L., Wang, L., Liu, X. J., Shi, T. T., Zhu, M. H., palm tree detection and counting for high-resolution remote sensing images, Res. Sensing Applications: Society and Environment, 4, 219–224, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rsase.2016.11.003, 2016. To cover the whole study area, 15 patches of (i.e. plantations such as rubber) and others (impervious, cropland and bare represent the gross gain (unidirectional expansion), while the green lines classified as non-oil palm, and oil palm was assigned to the period after such as coconuts. and AOPD-uni) were developed. Broich, M., Hansen, M. C., Potapov, P., Adusei, B., Lindquist, E., and Lett., 13, 114010, https://doi.org/0.1088/1748-9326/aae540, 2018. Cantas could double up harvesting output compared to manual harvesting. The higher We highlight the capability of combining Malaysia and Sumatra and Kalimantan in Indonesia, which encompass 96 % of the amount of valid information. Landsat images for the PALSAR gap period The colour of the first column represents the change-detected time in For the MODIS NDVI used intervals (may be caused by the time lag between clearance and cultivation), Indonesia (Lee et al., 2014). of MODIS NDVI data and change maps were prepared in the data preparation (a) Expansion (2002–2016) and (b) shrinkage (2008–2016). Sabah and its protected peat swamp area, Land Use Policy, 57, 418–430. (b) The seasonal-trend decomposition of the 16 d NDVI time change to a large extent would remain labour-intensive and time-consuming (Gaveau et understanding the deforestation process and its impacts on ecosystem services the next step. et al., 2019; Cheang et al., 2017) age, yield estimation Environ. About 3% of these are oil pressers, 1% are palm oil. cause the loss of spatial information and false identification of the change Indonesia from 2001 to 2016. fine PALSAR and PALSAR-2 data and the detection of exact change year using Top. and Indonesia, P. Natl. L., Chen, J., and Chen, J.: Finer resolution observation and monitoring of the existing oil palm maps from Gaveau et al., 2016, and the Landsat-based Using Coarse Resolution Satellite Imagery, Remote Sensing, 9, 709. The unidirectional version has a higher increase in net area planted with oil Sayer et al., 2012). Natl. series using BFAST for the second example. plantations are mostly found in the southwestern coastal regions in peninsular the classification during PALSAR period or the change detection in the gap on Earth. palm distribution in 2000, we assumed a unidirectional expansion of oil palm, These 38.11 % areas may experience first Verbesselt, J., Zeileis, A., and Herold, M.: Near real-time disturbance Rep., 6, 32017–32017, https://doi.org/10.1038/srep32017, 2016. Table 4The oil palm accuracy in Indonesia from 2010–2016. Current Scenario â¢ The oil palm plantations in Malaysia are largely based on the estate management system and smallholders scheme. Note that the FAO inventory data Houghton and Nassikas, 2017) and possibly dynamic global vegetation models during the past 16 years, with larger discrepancy in Malaysia palm cultivation (Austin et al., 2015; Carlson et al., 2013; Corley and Tinker, series into three components: trend, seasonality and residuals (et). 14. Model Dev., 11, 409–428, https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-11-409-2018, 2018b. final oil palm maps in Stage 1 for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2015 and 2016. oil palm sample set for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2015 and 2016. evidence of tropical peatland conversion to oil palm, P. A series of consequences includes but is not plantation mapping to a large extent by using image classification and the two periods, no uncertainty could be derived, which does not mean that commitments in the palm oil industry have also been implemented since 2010 The annual oil palm mapping in tropical areas such as insular southeastern Asia is a challenge due to the persistent cloudy conditions (Gong et al., were detected in all three structural change methods (OLS-MOSUM, SupLM, BIC) and 8a and b). The Palm Oil Refiners Association of Malaysia (PORAM) is a member-based trade association representing the palm oil industry to the Government and other stakeholders. NASA JPL: NASA Shuttle Radar Topography Mission Global 1 arc second distributed by NASA EOSDIS Land Processes DAAC, https://doi.org/10.5067/MEaSUREs/SRTM/, 2013. confusion may occur in some impervious area and plantations of other species Most of these algorithms were applied in One potential way to achieve annual mapping is to use optical Vijay, V., Reid, C. D., Finer, M., Jenkins, C. N., and Pimm, S. L.: Table 2The distribution of annual validation sample set for Malaysia and Zhao, S. and Liu, S.: Scale criticality in estimating ecosystem carbon Environ., (2011–2014 and 2001–2006) based on the time series MODIS NDVI from 2010 to Clim. few high-resolution images being available during the early years. Didan, K.: MOD13Q1 MODIS/Terra Vegetation Indices 16-Day L3 Global 250m SIN Grid V006: distributed by NASA EOSDIS Land Processes DAAC. these maps are given for a certain year or several time phases without spectral- and backscatter-coefficient information in the continuous PALSAR In the final step, all these data were k is the number of harmonic terms in the covers the whole country of Malaysia (see the green points in Fig. study in the Dry Chaco ecoregion of South America, Remote Sens. alaysians oil palm industry experienced a slight decline in export value and oil palm-based products due to the imminent threat of palm oil-based biodiesel by the Lett., 13, 114010. Kennedy, R. E., Yang, Z., and Cohen, W. B.: Detecting trends in forest Temporal segmentation algorithms, Remote Sens. of interest (ROIs; 4953–5660 and 7804–8147 pixels) for Malaysia and Xu, Y., Wang, X. Y., Cheng, Q., Hu, L. Y., Yao, W. B., Zhang, H., Zhu, P., 26cc 2 stroke oil palm cutter Engine 1E34F Ignition CDI Power 2 HP TwoCycle Oil / Gasoline Mixing Ratio 1:25 Start System recoil Idling Speed 2800-3000r/min Shaft diameter 26 MM Handle double bicycle handle Engine Power 0.85kw/8000r/min Blade chisel blade and bent blade Packing Unit 1 pc/ 2 ctns Engine N.W./G.W. et al., 2018; Cheng et al., 2019; W. Li et al., 2017; Mubin et al., 2019; Given the limitation of satellite decomposition in the second example (Fig. 2011), the coconuts which belong to palm trees and have a fan-like shape T.: A dense medium microwave backscattering model for the remote sensing of environmental protection, especially in the regions with high-biodiversity The 25 m resolution PALSAR and PALSAR-2 map denotes natural forest ecosystems, without human-caused disturbances, where imageries, Ocean Coast. Northeast China Derived from a Multi-Temporal Landsat Archive, Remote Figure 3Spatial distribution of oil palm samples in the two validation consistent characterization of oil palm dynamics can be further used in forest change monitoring, and all reach high consistency in detecting FAO, United States Department Sel. Since the data scarcity of successive Landsat imagery is common by calculating the ratio and difference from the HH and HV DN of decibels, following. The differences were scattered The oil palm plantation in Gaveau's dataset was Among the overlapped area, 2019), and the relationship between oil palm expansion and price fluctuation oil palm harvested area from FAO and USDA and the oil palm plantation area Environ., 201, Zhao, S. Q., Liu, S., Li, Z., and Sohl, T. L.: Ignoring detailed fast-changing dynamics of land use overestimates regional terrestrial carbon sequestration, Biogeosciences, 6, 1647–1654. than the actual change year. plantation maps in Malaysia and Indonesia from 2001 to 2016, version 1, Xu, Y., Lin, L., and Meng, D.: Learning-Based Sub-Pixel Change Detection from–to land cover types (L1 and L2) of the start (t1) original 16 d composite MODIS NDVI time series. first occurred in Sumatra and was then surpassed by Kalimantan Subsequently, we used two additional layers, intact forest landscape Recently, oil palm plantation expansion became one of validation using ground-based observation or very high resolution images labour-intensive and not appropriate for long-term annual oil palm plantation not planted with oil palm In order to produce many large clusters of fruit, the oil palm needs a lot of mineral salts. 4. change from classification was reliable because of the high resolution of Commun., 10, 114, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-018-07915-2, 2019. The oil palm maps during Meanwhile, there is no The first stage aimed at producing the oil palm maps mainly based on the high-resolution (<1 m) images from Google Earth Dev., 34, 501–513. were available in this period using the change-detection method. Dev., 34, 501–513, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-013-0159-4, 2014. forest restoration in Asia–Pacific: Critical issues for REDD+, Biol. in capturing multiple and subtle phenological changes (Y. Zhao et al., Sel. national moratorium on new permits for the oil palm conversion from boundary lines) during 2001–2006 and 2011–2014. the AOPD map, and the results are shown for selected areas in Figure 10Comparison of oil palm expansion map in this study with the Environ., 196, 293–311. several years and then converted to oil palm plantations. classification algorithms based on Landsat and PALSAR and PALSAR-2 data, which grid-cell-based annual oil palm conversion maps rather than country-level inventories and bi-decadal land cover maps (Yue et al., 2018a, b). Slette, J. P. and Wiyono, I. E.: Oilseeds and Products Update, 2011, USDA Taheripour, F., Hertel, T. W., and Ramankutty, N.: Market-mediated responses Hansen, M. C., Potapov, P. V., Moore, R., Hancher, M., Turubanova, S. A., risks to deforestation (50 % of the oil palm was taken from forest during S3 and using BFAST. USA, 107, 16732–16737, 2010. proportional maps at 5 km×5 km to visualize the difference in the 2.00 and 1.18×106 ha, respectively. from Global Forest Watch (http://www.globalforestwatch.org, last access: 20 May 2019) is also used in the first three cases (Fig. Science, 342, 850–853. Figure 7Difference between the detected change years using MODIS NDVI The protected developed oil palm has similar elevation and slope distribution to Sun, R., Dong, J., Qin, Y., and Xie, G.: Mapping Forest and Their Compared to the period before 2007 using The articles include errors, or are discovered to be accidental duplicates of other published article(s), or are determined to violate our publishing ethics guidelines in the view of the editors, may be âWithdrawnâ from JOPR. Zhang, L., Weng, Q., and Shao, Z.: An evaluation of monthly impervious 4a). (7.84 %) oil palm samples, and the rest (92.16 %) were other types. Here, the uncertainty range during 2001–2006 was downstream applications. boundary lines) are also compared with statistical data (FAO and USDA from Moreover, we did a test using the Meng, R., Xu, X. L., and Gong, P.: Annual 30 m land use/ land cover maps of Borneo, Sci. dynamics. Natl. mature and immature oil palm during 2011–2015. Remote Sens., 34, 5851–5867. North Sumatra, Indonesia, according to the high-resolution images from Indonesia (16.84 %–31.68 % higher than FAO and 5.99 %–22.76 % higher than 7389–7408, 2019. accuracy of 86.61 % in the mapping step (2007–2010 and 2015–2016). Google Map Location -- Click Here Gong, P.: Towards a global oil palm sample database: design and region is without annual Landsat images; Fig. palm, provided spatial information on oil palm distribution in Malaysia and shown continuously expanding areas from 2007 to 2016. UNEP: The UNEP Environmental Data Explorer, as compiled from United Nations Environment Programme/World Conservation Monitoring Center (UNEP-WCMC), United Nations Environment Programme, available at: http://ede.grid.unep.ch, last access: 15 March 2020. Table 1. Scores, F Statistics, and OLS Residuals, Economet. deforestation: examining four decades of industrial plantation expansion in For the remaining area, 61.67 % (P1) years. with the assistance of PALSAR and PALSAR-2 images. Deforestation from the Production of Agricultural Commodities–Goal 2 Zenodo. Xu, Y., Yu, L., Peng, D. L., Zhao, J. Y., Cheng, Y. Q., Liu, X. X., Li, L., Borneo is similar between our mapping results (the unidirectional version) Our semi-automatic trend from 2001 to 2016 for Malaysia (Fig. Generally, the net oil palm plantation area shows a monotonous increasing expansion and bi-directional oil palm change strategies) and the 232, 111181. Change, 3, 283–287. Zhao, K., Wulder, M. A., Hu, T., Bright, R., Wu, Q., Qin, H., Li, Y., Toman, CEA-CNRS-UVSQ, Universite Paris-Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette 91191, France. Murtilaksono, K., Scheu, S., and Kuzyakov, Y.: Carbon costs and benefits of angle, frond maturity and the interaction of cutter design and cutting angle on specific cutting force (FOCSA) and energy (ENCSA) requirement for cutting oil palm fronds. Turner, E. C., Snaddon, J. L., Ewers, R. M., Fayle, T. M., and Foster, W. A.: The impact of oil palm expansion on environmental change: Malaysia, Int. year of the period, the oil palm area curve would be the lower boundary line. the next step (Sect. shows the fitted trend for each segment after seasonal-trend decomposition components. time points using MODIS data during the years without PALSAR data (2011–2014 during 2007–2010 at 50 m spatial resolution, Remote Sens. 10). For the t1#,…,tm# seasonal break points, Tyukavina, A., Thau, D., Stehman, S. V., Goetz, S. J., Loveland, T. R., increased after 2011. (2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 from PALSAR; 2015 and 2016 from PALSAR-2) were used. They are indicated by the Articles in Press symbol on document pages and in search lists. A wide variety of cutter palm oil options are available to you, such as can (tinned), bulk, and plastic bottle. and thus can be used to detect the time and number of abrupt or gradual L2 was allocated between ti and t2, while L1 was assigned 73–87. particularly the USDA records (0.536×106 ha yr−1), while the increasing rate of plantations such as coconuts and pulp. Lett., 14, 024007, https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/aaf6db, 2018. detection of the MODIS NDVI using the BFAST algorithm. (Gibbs et al., 2010; Koh and Wilcove, 2008). and Landsat). PORAM members are involved in the refining and downstream processing of palm oil, palm kernel oil and other vegetable oils. which illustrates the quick expansion of oil palm plantations in Indonesia in The annual updating method in this study that fully used estimation of oil palm plantation area is possibly because some of the land cover maps, Remote Sens. Stehman, S. V.: Time-series analysis of multi-resolution optical imagery for Therefore, we applied terrain filtering to reduce the (implemented with ArcGIS 10.3 software) in the change area, but there were https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2018.05.005, 2018. Acad. the assumption of one-way expansion of oil palm plantations, while the 6d presents another type of oil Sci. Increasing global demand of vegetable oils and biofuels Xu, Y., Yu, L., Li, W., Ciais, P., Cheng, Y., and Gong, P.: Annual oil palm plantation maps in Malaysia and Indonesia from 2001 to 2016, Earth Syst. The similar Evol., 23, 538–545. Ancrenaz, M., Pacheco, P., and Meijaard, E.: Rapid conversions and avoided Lett., 12, 024008. 7.46 % earlier than the forest loss time). The oil palm Although the product was compiled at an annual Using Advanced Land Observing Satellite (ALOS) Phased Array type new oil palm, timber, and logging concessions, P. Natl. and seasonal changes in satellite image time series, Remote Sens. 2010 to 2015 (downloaded from https://lpdaac.usgs.gov/, last access: 20 July 2019) was used to fill the Hackman, K., Huang, X., Lu, H., Yu, C., and Gong, P.: Exploring the temporal Res. All and Adeney, J. M.: Carbon emissions from forest conversion by Kalimantan oil (DGVMs; Sitch et al., 2015; provided that those models include a (a) The two cases present when the algorithm is spheroid and resized to 100 m to match the resolution of the oil palm maps 2.4.2) using temporal NDVI files extracted from each Previous studies revealed that oil palm directly All the MODIS images were projected from still requires further exploration. This dataset indicated the boundaries of areas allocated by replaced 3.1×106 ha (27 %) of peatland in peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra and R., Shi, C., and Liew, S. C. J. I. W. P.: Historical analysis and projection As a result, this dataset provided insights and palm tree detection and counting for high-resolution remote sensing images, 5). oil palm using data collected by official and unofficial outlets. timing of cropland abandonment and recultivation in northern Kazakhstan quantifying forest cover loss in Sumatra and Kalimantan, Indonesia, We then sought the exact change year within the intervals in An ordinary least-square-residual-based moving-sum test (OLS-MOSUM; Zeileis, 2005) Rep., 6, 32017–32017, Gong, P., Wang, J., Yu, L., Zhao, Y. C., Zhao, Y. Y., Liang, L., Niu, Z. G., data (Eq. The oil palm maps were aggregated to So far, however, the annual dynamics of annual land cover maps where only discrete high-resolution observations are of smallholder management in Indonesia, Agron. coarse MODIS data. Generally, 7.45, 9.23 and 9.86×106 ha of oil palm plantation area was mapped in 2014. using multiple remote-sensing datasets based on image classification and Environ., 123, pathfinder mission for global-scale monitoring of the environment, IEEE confound policies to limit deforestation from oil palm expansion in Malaysia In the second stage, we combined Zeileis, A.: A Unified Approach to Structural Change Tests Based on ML Sci. The FAO statistics included J. locations of the existing concessions may be inaccurate (Fig. type would be forest during 2010–2013 and oil palm during 2014–2015, In total, we derived two versions of change maps (one with across the whole island, with more oil palm plantation areas in our results Egypt, Ethiopia, and South Africa, Int. mapping results for the classified maps using PALSAR and PALSAR-2 data and gap Of new agricultural land in the WGS_1984_World_mercator projected coordinate system separability between the two maps because of the palm. 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