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Komposisi dan Vegetasi Hutan Mangrove di Pulau-Pulau Kecil, di Pasaman Barat (Mangrove Forest Composition and Vegetation Small Islands at West Pasaman) Kamal, Eni; Haris, Hasnil
ILMU KELAUTAN: Indonesian Journal of Marine Sciences Vol 19, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Ilmu Kelautan
Publisher : Marine Science Department Diponegoro University

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Komposisi dan vegetasi ekosistem mangrove pada suatu kawasan yang tumbuh di pulau-pulau kecil umumnya tidak sama dan tergantung kepada ekologi dari ekosistem pulau tersebut. Tujuan ini penelitian ini adalah untuk memperoleh informasi dari komposisi, struktur vegetasidan jenis mangrove yang hidup pada masing-masing pulau kecil di kawasan Pasaman Barat. Metode ang digunakan adalah survei lapangan untuk mendapatkan jenis, komposisi dan struktur vegetasi dari masing-masing pulau dengan melakukan teknik  transek kuadrat. Pada penelitian yang telah dilakukan di beberapa tiga pulau di Kabupaten Pasaman Barat (pulau Taming, pulau Harimau, dan pulau Panjang) menunjukkan bahwa ke tiga pulau tersebut telah teridentifikasi tumbuhan 15 spesies, 11 famili, 2 famili dan 5 spesies merupakan masuk pada kategori mangrove sejati dan spesies dominan adalah R. stylosa dengan indek nilai penting (IVi) untuk tingkat pohon 192,88% di pulau Taming, pulau Harimau 36 spesies, 24 famili, 9 spesies dan 4 famili masuk pada mangrove sejati, spesies dominan R. apiculata, (IVi ) adalah 229,82%, sedangkan pada pulau Panjang 18 spesies, 14 famili, dimana 5 spesies dan 2 famili masuk kategori mangrove sejati, spesies dominan R. mucronata dengan (IVi ) 92,98%. Dari masing-masing pulau menunjukkan komposisi, struktur vegetasi dan kedominan speises yang berbeda dan ini disebabkan oleh perbedaan  subtrat yang dominan yang terdapat pada masing-masing pulau. Kata kunci: komposisi; vegetasi; mangrove, pulau-pulau kecil; Pasaman Barat Composition and vegetation of mangrove ecosystem in an area including that grown in small islands is different and depends on ecology and ecosystem of the islands. The purpose of the research is for getting the information of composition, vegetation structure and mangrove type that grown an each small islands in west Pasaman area. The method use was a survey of the field to get the type, composition and vegetation structure of each island by using transectsquares technique.In the research that has been done on several islands in the West Pasaman (Taming Island, Harimau Island, and Panjang Island), have been identified plants on Tamang Island that had 15 species and 11 families, which 2 families and 5 spesies were categorized as true mangroves and the dominant spesies is R. stylosa with important value index (IVi) is 192.88%, on Harimau Island found 36 species and 24 families, which 9 species and 4 families were categorized as true mangroves and the dominant is R. apiculata with 229.82% (Vi), while on Panjang Island found 18 plant species and 14 families, which 5 species and 2 families were categorized as true mangroves, the dominant species is R. mucronata with 92.98%. From each island showed composition, vegetation structure and different dominant spesies and this different is caused by the dominant substrate fand on each island. Keywords: composition; vegetation; mangrove; small islands; West Pasaman
KONDISI USAHA PERIKANAN TANGKAP PASCA GEMPA DI SUMATERA BARAT Kamal, Eni
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan: Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 12, No 1 (2011): JEP Juni 2011
Publisher : Universitas Muhammdaiyah Surakarta

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Earthquake that occurred in the area of West Sumatera, especially the earthquake that occurred repeatedly since 2004 to 2009 has greatly impacted to the progress and development of fishing effort in seven districts that have sea area in West Sumatera. This study aims to assess the marine business conditions after the earthquake in West Sumatra for can be considered to make policy in the management of fishing effort further. Marine fisheries statistics data indicate that there has been a decline in the number of fishermen postearthquake from 2005 to 2009 as 22.49 percent, the decline in capture fisheries production to 16.12 percent and a decrease in the fishing fleet to 23.89 percent. In resource management and development strategies in the field of maritime affairs and fisheries, it is important to make a comprehensive policy after the earthquake in West Sumatra.
KONDISI USAHA PERIKANAN TANGKAP PASCA GEMPA DI SUMATERA BARAT Kamal, Eni
Jurnal Ekonomi Pembangunan: Kajian Masalah Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Vol 12, No 1 (2011): JEP Juni 2011
Publisher : Universitas Muhammdaiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/jep.v12i1.208

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Earthquake that occurred in the area of West Sumatera, especially the earthquake that occurred repeatedly since 2004 to 2009 has greatly impacted to the progress and development of fishing effort in seven districts that have sea area in West Sumatera. This study aims to assess the marine business conditions after the earthquake in West Sumatra for can be considered to make policy in the management of fishing effort further. Marine fisheries statistics data indicate that there has been a decline in the number of fishermen postearthquake from 2005 to 2009 as 22.49 percent, the decline in capture fisheries production to 16.12 percent and a decrease in the fishing fleet to 23.89 percent. In resource management and development strategies in the field of maritime affairs and fisheries, it is important to make a comprehensive policy after the earthquake in West Sumatra.
New Records of Seagrass Flora in Air Bangis West Sumatera Kamal, Eni; Bujang, Japar Sidik; Zakaria, Muta Hara
Jurnal Natur Indonesia Vol 13, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Universitas Riau

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Seagrasses in the Air Bangis Archipelago, west coast of Sumatra were found growing in sandy muddy substratesof the shallow coastal waters at depth of 0.3-2.5 m, dominated by degraded coral reefs around the off-shoreislands. Two species; Enhalus acoroides (L.f) Royle and Thalassia hemprichii (Ehrenb) Aschers were observed atPulau Unggas, Pulau Pasir Panjang and Teluk Tapang. Halodule uninervis (Forssk) Aschers was observed in twolocations; Pasir Panjang and Teluk Tapang. The occurrence of this species is unknown previously and therefore itis a new flora record for Sumatra. With this new record, Sumatra has six species of seagrasses, contributing tohalf of total number of seagrasses occurring in Indonesia. According to leaf width measurements, two morphologicalvariants (narrow and wide leaved) can be distinguished for Halodule uninervis. In addition, descriptions of thespecies and their habitat characteristic are provided.
Kajian Kondisi Terumbu Karang dan Strategi Pengelolaannya di Pulau Panjang, Air Bangis, Kabupaten Pasaman Barat Oktarina, Angreini; Kamal, Eni; Suparno, Suparno
Jurnal Natur Indonesia Vol 16, No 1 (2014)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Universitas Riau

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Coral reef ecosystems are essential for the survival of marine life, but the presence of coral reef are declined and decayed.Methods used in this study was a survey method. To retrieve the condition of coral cover using the line intercept transectwhile to determine management strategies using SWOT analysis. The average percentage of coral cover in 8 point researchstations at 50.10% are still in the good condition, which is in the north 3 m depth 53.51%, north 7 m depth 68.14%, east 3 mdepth 93.29%, east 7 m depth 15.93%, south 3 m depth 75.17%, south 7 m depth 20.53%, west 3 m depth 41.50%, and west7 m depth 32.79%. The strategies for coral reef ecosystem management, among others: 1) community-based management, 2)forming Kelompok Masyarakat Pengawas (Pokmaswas) institutions, 3) establish in Panjang Island as a marine conservationareas, 4) Ko-Management-based, 5) effort to improve the economy in order to support the increased knowledge of theimportance of conservation and management of coral reef ecosystem.
Fenologi Mangrove (Rhizophora apiculata, R. mucronata dan R.stylosa) di Pulau Unggas, Air Bangis Pasaman Barat, Sumatera Barat Kamal, Eni
Jurnal Natur Indonesia Vol 14, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Universitas Riau

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Phenology of tropical forest plant is a population factor and does not include community factor, this is caused by a genetic determinationand also the influence of the environment. Phenology of plants in mangrove correlated with the time of flowering, fruiting, and productionof fruits or propagules. Phenology research in mangrove plants in the Unggas Island, West Pasaman, done with ?tagging? technique method.Signs made of plastic and are numbered. Data collection included from the formation of flower blooming, up to the formation of fruit orpropagules ripe. Phase of the development is categorized to two categories: (a) flower, and (b) fruit. The analysis method is the analysis ofvariance (ANOVA, p<0.01) and post-hoc test, Duncans Multiple Range Test (DMRT, p<0.01) to obtain comparison and differencesbetween the components of flower, flower fall, fruit, and fruit maturity.
Analysis of the Community’s Willingness to Pay (WTP) for the Protection of Mangroves in Kuala Langsa, Aceh Siregar, Zuriana; Syamsuardi, Syamsuardi; Rasyidin, Azwar; Kamal, Eni
International Journal of Agricultural Sciences Vol 3, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Andalas

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Mangrove, as one of the most unique ecosystems, is a great natural resource potential with high productivity and biodiversity able to adapt to harsh areas between the sea and coast. Its destruction rate is very mild as it is estimated to 1% each year (Ong et al., 1991) and 0.7-3% per year (Pedleton et al., 2012). The destruction of mangrove is usually related with human population density (Alongi, 2002). Widespread mangrove destruction affects the loss of biodiversity and other resources and the functioning of the ecosystem. The huge potential of mangrove must be preserved by managing, maintaining and providing costs to protect and improve ecosystems. This study aims to measure Kuala Langsa community members? willingness to pay for the preservation and repairationof degrading mangrove. To achieve this goal, Contingent valuation methods was used in this study. Of the 131 respondents involved in this study, 112 or 85.496%  are willing to pay for the preservation of mangrove. While those unwilling to pay account for 19 or 4.504% . WTP with the households 669 earned by  is Rp 18,821,512,200/month or Rp 225,858,146,400/year.