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ANALISIS PERUBAHAN KEPADATAN ZOOPLANKTON BERDASARKAN KELIMPAHAN FITOPLANKTON PADA BERBAGAI WAKTU DAN KEDALAMAN DI PERAIRAN PULAU BADI KABUPATEN PANGKEP Tambaru, Rahmadi; Muhiddin, Amir Hamzah; Malida, Hasrul Suaidi
TORANI : Jurnal Ilmu Kelautan dan Perikanan Vol 24, No 3 (2014)
Publisher : TORANI : Jurnal Ilmu Kelautan dan Perikanan

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Basic of zoooplankton dependence on the phytoplankton to fulfill the requirement energy needs and creates acomplex relationship. The relationship of dependency between fitoplankton and zooplankton are very close,eventually can cause the changing in the zooplankton density in the time and space. The aims of study toaanalyze the changes in the zooplankton density on the phytoplankton abundance based on various time anddepth in the waters Badi Island of Pangkep Regency. The research has been carried out December 2009 toApril 2010. The results showed that changes in zooplankton density, not only because of the phytoplanktonabundance but also due to other factors such as sunlight. Keywords : density, abundance, zooplankton, phytoplankton, Badi Island
IDENTIFIKASI BEBERAPA SPESIES RUMPUT LAUT YANG POTENSIAL DIBUDIDAYAKAN DI PERAIRAN SULAWESI SELATAN Rukminasari, Nita; Ali, Syamsu Alam; Tambaru, Rahmadi
TORANI: Journal of Fisheries and Marine Science Vol 26, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Marine Science and Fisheries Faculty, Hasanuddin University

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Indonesia has a long costline dan have a high natural fisheries resources. One of natural resources from thecoast area is seaweed. Seaweed is export commudity from fisheries sector and Indonesia is one of the thirdmain producer for seaweed in the world. Seaweed species that have been cultured and utilized was onlyseveral species such as Glacillaria sp, Euchema cottoni and Geledium sp, on the other hand, Indonesia has ahigh diversity of seaweed. Based on LIPI data survey on 1998, it was found that 55 species of seaweed atIndonesian waters. Through this data, it showed that Indonesian water has a high potency for seaweedculture development. Aims of this study were to identify seaweed species that has a high potency to becultured at South Sulawesi’s waters and to analyse natural potency of several seaweed species that can becultured. Results study showed that diversity of seaweed species was varied within South Sulawesi’s waters.The highest number of species account for 30 species that found at Pangkep waters and the lowest number ofspecies was found at Bone waters account for 5 species. There were three class of seaweed that found fromlocations, such as Red, Brown and Green algae. The highest number of species from Red algae class wasfound from Bantaeng waters, furthermore the highest number of species from brown algae class was foundfrom Pangkep waters.Keywords : Seaweed, seaweed culture, South Sulawesi waters.