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Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal
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Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal published in Indonesia by Center for Fisheries Research. Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal publishes research results on resources, fisheries biology, management, environment related to marine, coastal and inland waters.
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CATCH AND SIZE OF BULLET AND FRIGATE TUNA CAUGHT BY USING DRIFTING GILLNET IN INDIAN OCEAN OF INDONESIA BASED AT CILACAP FISHING PORT Widodo, Agustinus Anung; Satria, Fayakun
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 19, No 2 (2013): (December 2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1350.403 KB) | DOI: 10.15578/ifrj.19.2.2013.73-79

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Pelagic fishes such as bullet and frigate tuna in the Indian Ocean were caught in Indian Ocean of Indonesian jurisdiction using various fishing gears including, drifting gillnet and landed in various fishing port in along coastal of west Sumatera (Banda Aceh, Pariaman, Bungus/Padang and Painan) as well as south Java, Bali and Nusatenggara (Muarabaru/Jakarta, Pelabuhanratu, Cilacap, Kedonganan, Benoa). In Cilacap, tuna drifting gillnet fishery is fishing bullet and frigate tuna as by product. The current work describes the catch and size distribution of bullet tuna (Auxis rochei Risso, 1810) and frigate tuna (Auxis thazard Lacepède, 1800) caught by drifting gillnet based at Cilacap Fishing Port. Data and information obtained through catch monitoring, port sampling and landing report of Cilacap Fishing Port 2011 as well as from Capture Fisheries Statistics of Indonesia 2010. The catch estimation of bullet and frigate tuna on drifting gillnet fishery is about 3.220 and 47.346 tons respectively. The catch rate of drifting gillnets on the frigate tuna was 0.364 mt/trip in 2006 decreased to 0.054 mt/trip in 2011 (decreased average 17% per year). The catchrate of drifting gillnets on the bullet tuna was also decreased from 0.178 mt/trip in 2006 to 0.013 mt/ trip in 2011. The FL of bullet and frigate tuna ranged respectively between 16-39cm and 25-46cm. Both species were mostly caught by drifting gillnet in adult size condition.
FISHING GROUND, CACTH COMPOSITION, HOOK RATE AND LENGTH DISTRIBUTION OF BILLFISHES CAUGHT BY TUNA LONG LINE IN INDIAN OCEAN Rochman, Fathur; Barata, Abram; Nugraha, Budi
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 19, No 2 (2013): (December 2013)
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Billfishes area by cacth of tuna long line vessels in Indian Ocean. Billfish are consist of swordfish Xiphias gladius, black marlin Makaira indica, indo facific blue marlin Makaira mazara, stripe marlin Tetrapturus audax, indo facific sailfish Istiophorus platypterus and shortbill spearfish Tetrapturus angustirostris. Besides that, billfishes also have important economic value compared with tuna as an exsported species such as swordfish and marlin. To optimize the catch of billfishes in Indian Ocean, data and information of potential fishing ground, size and catch composition of this species are needed. The billfishes cacth composition collected in 2011 were dominated by 45% swordfish, 20% black marlin, 19% blue marlin,9% short bill spearfish, 6% sailfish and 1%stripe marlin. The billfishes size range which were caught between 60 - 280 cm LJFL (Lower Jaw Fork Length). The sword fish average length was 150 cm, blue marlin 197 cm, black Marlin 189 cm, sailfish 150cm ,short bill spearfish 144 cm and stripe marlin159 cm. From this observation, it was found that most of billfishes caught were in mature.
THE DISTRIBUTION AND BIODIVERSITY OF FISHES IN LEBAK PAMPANGAN SWAMP SOUTH SUMATRA PROVINCE Muthmainah, Dina; Dahlan, Zulkifli; Susanto, Robiyanto H.; Gaffar, Abdul Karim; Priadi, Dwi P.
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 19, No 2 (2013): (December 2013)
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This research was conducted to evaluate the fish distribution and biodiversity within three types of swamp ecosystem with different water sources in Pampangan Sub-district during July to December 2011. The field observation were conducted in three different types of swamp. Ecological data and samples were collected from three sampling points in each swamp type. Parameters including local distribution, diversity index, similarity index, evenness and species richness, were analyzed. The results show a number of 9,723 fishes corresponding to 46 species were collected, the fish categorized into 16 families belonging to five orders. Eight species were found in all type of swamps i.e. Mystus nemurus, Channa striata, Cyclocheilchthys apogon, Cyclocheilichthys armatus, Pristolepis fasciata, Puntius lineatus, Osteochillus hasselti, and Trichogaster pectoralis. A diversity index of fishes in Pampangan Swamp ranged from 2.31 to 2.85, indicating moderate values. The evenness index was high more than 50%. The highest similarity was found between type 1 and type 3 of (0.43). The highest diversity index (2.85) found in type 2 of swamp indicates the swamp in more stable condition.
THE CHANGE OF MANGROVE COVERAGE IN SEGARAANAKAN LAGOON OF CILACAP – CENTRAL JAVA Sutrisno, Bagus Oktori; Prayitno, Slamet Budi
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 19, No 2 (2013): (December 2013)
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Mangrove ecosystem play san important role in coastal area. In several region mangrove coverage had decreased caused by various factors such as landuse change, erosion and sedimentation. Mangrove ecosystem in Segara Anakan Lagoon had decreased and damaged as well. The current work aimed to analyze the change of mangrove coverage in Segara Anakan Lagoon. A remote sensing analysis was conducted to deployeight years of satellite imagery data from 2002 to 2009. Analysis method included NDVI algorythm map processing which was associated with vegetation coverage in the area of interest. The results show that mangrove coverage in Segara Anakan Lagoon had decreased from 9,163.19 ha in 2002 to 8,433 ha in 2003, 7,764 ha in 2004, 7,252.72 ha in 2005 and 6,213.80 ha in 2006 respectvely. Further decrease occured in 2007 to 5,767.16 ha, 4,987 ha in 2008 and finally to 4,267.13 ha in 2009. Mangrove coverage is decreased approximately 677 ha each year. This decrease might be caused by several factors such as conversion of mangrove coverage to other utilization such as farming, housing and ponds, and high sedimentation rate from Citanduy river. These results suggest that management of mangrove area is needed to support coastal resources sustainability in Cilacap. Therefore, replantation andconservation of mangrove area could be applied for management purposes.
BIOLOGY AND POPULATION DYNAMICS OF BANANA SHRIMP (Penaeus merguiensis) IN THE TARAKAN WATERS, EAST BORNEO Kembaren, Duranta D.; Suman, Ali
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Study of biology and population dynamic of banana shrimp (Penaeus merguiensis) in Tarakan waters, East Borneo was carried out from January to November 2012. The aim of this research was to identify the biological aspects and population dynamics of banana shrimp. For estimating dynamic population, data were analysed using FiSAT II. The result showed that length at first capture (Lc) of banana shrimp by mini trawl (pukat hela) was 35 mm and the size at first maturity (Lm) was 33,86 mm in carapace length. Spawning occured all year around and reached it’s peak in March. The growth coefficient (K) of banana shrimp was 1,45/year with carapace asymptotic length (CL”) of 80 mm. Total mortality rate (Z) and natural mortality rate (M) were 4,85/year and 1,76/year. While fishing mortality rate (F) and exploitation rate (E) were 3,09/year and 0,64, respectively. The exploitation rate of banana shrimp in Tarakan waters tended to be overexploited so that it needed to be managed wisely and carefully by reducing the fishing effort and fishing season especially on spawning season. The recruitment peak of banana shrimp occured in May.
IMPACT OF CLIMATE ANOMALY ON CATCH COMPOSITION OF NERITIC TUNA IN SUNDA STRAIT Amri, Khairul; Satria, Fayakun
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 19, No 2 (2013): (December 2013)
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Tongkol komo/kawakawa (Euthynnus affinis) and tenggiri (Scomberomerus guttatus) are commonly caught by mini purseiners operated in Sunda Straits and landed in Labuan, West Java. This species inhabits coastal water and has preference staying in relatively warm water. Oceanography parameters commonly influencing the distribution of Euthynnus affinis are temperature, current, and salinity. The oceanography of Sunda Strait is influenced by water masses coming from the north that mainly originated from the Java Sea and water masses from the south mainly originated from Indian Ocean. The internal oceanography of Sunda Strait is also influenced by upwelling and monsoon as regional climate anomaly (ENSO and Indian Ocean Dipole Mode). This paper describes the influence of Dipole Mode (positive and negative event) and ENSO (El- Nino/La-Nina) to the catch dynamics of neritic tuna particularly in Sunda Straits waters. The results shown that regional climate anomaly influenced neritic tuna catch and its composition. The catches Euthynnus affinis in phase negative dipole mode or La-Nina were higher and dominated the catch composition of pelagic fishes of Sunda Strait. Similar situation also is showen by Scomberomorus commerson.
BENEFITS OF MANGROVE MANAGEMENT FOR PRAWN FISHING AND TIMBER PRODUCTION Sutrisno, Bagus Oktori; Prayitno, Slamet Budi
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 19, No 2 (2013): (December 2013)
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Integrated fisheries resource management is absolutely needed to achieve optimal result and sustainable utilization. This research aims to analyze the benefit of mangrove forest management for prawn fishing and mangrove timber production in Segara Anakan, southern coast of Central Java. The information concerning mangrove coverage changes was achieved from a satellite imagery (Landsat) from 2002 to 2009, while prawn resources stock assessment was analyzed through production surplus method and economic analysis of prawn fishing. The results show that the condition of mangrove ecosystem in Segara Anakan since 2002 to 2009 had been decreasing with average decrease rate of 10,28% each year which caused to prawn abundance. Utilization of mangrove wood inwhich aged above 20 years would give more benefit to prawn fishing and timber production. The additional economic value for prawn fishing was approximately 3,964 times of cropped woods. Prawn fisheries resource management in Cilacap coastal waters could be done by management of fishing effort and rehabilitation of mangrove forest in Cilacap region and surrounding areas as well especially in Segara Anakan Lagoon.

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