Underwater and Aerial Time-Series Images
We realized that over the past few years, the changes around the Gilis have happened not only underwater, but also on land. Could we track the changes of the land in the same way we will track the corals, and how could we do this effectively? We came up with the idea of taking drone footage to make time-series aerial images from several spots in Gili Air. The idea is the same, to see changes. However, these aerial images will let us see more, like shoreline and land-use changes, as well as coral reef changes.
We live in a very visual world, information is more easily transferred with graphics or images. In this case, if we want to present a case that there are declining live coral coverage around Gili Islands, it is better to present it on images rather than essays or tables full of numbers.