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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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GENETIC VARIATION OF Tor tambroides (Bleeker, 1854) ALONG BATANG TARUSAN RIVER, WEST SUMATERA: IMPLICATIONS FOR STOCK IDENTIFICATION Wibowo, Arif; Kaban, Siswanta
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 21, No 2 (2015): (December 2015)
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Mahseer (Tor tambroides, Bleeker, 1854) is an important consumption fish species in the Batang Tarusan River, located in the West Sumatera, Indonesia. In this study the CO1 of mtDNA sequence data were used to investigate genetic variability within and between populations of mahseer. Twenty four tissue samples were collected for genetic analysis in the Batang Tarusan River. Genetic analysis revealed two different haplotypes were existed. The overall nucleotide and haplotype variability were low in all sampling sites. Hierarchical AMOVA analysis showed that mahseer populations form a single panmictic population with low FST= 0.02794; p = 0.418 and high gene flow among population sampling. Corroborated result by genetic analysis; there is a strong argument suggesting that the populations could be treated as a single stock unit.
POPULATION STRUCTURE AND BIOREPRODUCTION OF BIGEYE TUNA (Thunnus obesus) IN WESTERN PART OF SUMATERA AND SOUTHERN PART OF JAVA AND NUSA TENGGARA, INDIAN OCEAN Suman, Ali; Irianto, Hari Eko; Amri, Khairul; Nugraha, Budi; Bintoro, Gatut
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 21, No 2 (2015): (December 2015)
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Bigeye tuna is an important fish resource in the Indian Ocean. This species like other tuna species needs to be managed properly in both national and international levels. Therefore some data and information on population structure and bioreproduction are required for management purpose. The current research was conducted to identify the population structure and bioreproduction of bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) in west off Sumatera and south off Java and Nusa Tenggara of Indian Ocean where tuna fishing spots are important. This research was based on catch landed by fishermen from the Indian Ocean during 2010. Analysis of population structure was done using DNA genetic analyses and bioreproduction by using histology technique. Results show that the population structure of the bigeye tuna in the Indian Ocean consisted of two different sub populations namely sub population of west off Sumatra and sub population of south of Java and Nusa Tenggara waters. Most of catch (about 39%) was categorized as immature fish (GI I). The immature fish was mostly found in west off Sumatera waters, meanwhile the catch in south off Java and Nusa Tenggara waters was mostly categorized as mature fish. This result may indicate that south off Java and Nusa Tenggara waters is a spawning ground of the bigeye tuna.
DETERMINING MONOFILAMENT GILLNET OPTIMUM MESH SIZE TO MITIGATE Amphilophus citrinellus POPULATION OUTBREAKS IN IR.H.DJUANDA RESERVOIR Tampubolon, Prawira A.R.P.; Pradana, Imanda Hikmat; Warsa, Andri
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 21, No 2 (2015): (December 2015)
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Gillnet is the most common fishing gear used by fishers in Ir. H. Djuanda Reservoir. Currently, gillnet catches are dominated by midas cichlid (Amphilophus citrinellus) which is not the main target catch. To some extent, their presence is even considered intrusive by the fishers. The aim of this study is to reveal the optimum gillnet mesh size in catching this alien species, which in turn can be useful to control the fish population in Ir. H. Djuanda Reservoir. The study was conducted from August 2011 to January 2012. The mesh size of the gillnets were 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, and 3.5 inches. The total midas cichlid caught were 628 fish which were mostly caught in 1.5 inches sized gillnet. Length first mature fish is 13.31 cm. The optimum size of fish caught in the mesh of 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, and 3.5 inches are 9.7, 12.9, 16.2, 19.4, and 22.6 cm, respectively.
UTILITY OF FISHERY HIGH SCHOOL DATA IN EXAMINING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL CATCH AND EFFORT TRENDS IN THE INDONESIAN LONGLINE TUNA FISHERY Sadiyah, Lilis; Dowling, Natalie; Prisantoso, Budi Iskandar; Andamari, Retno; Proctor, Craig
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 21, No 2 (2015): (December 2015)
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One of the endeavours to address the shortage of catch per unit effort (CPUE) information from the Indonesian Indian Ocean tuna fishery is the collation of a large amount of catch and effort data collected by Indonesian Fisheries High School students (“FHS data”). This paper attempts to investigate spatial-temporal patterns of catch and effort of the FHS data for the main tuna species caught by the fishery: bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus - BET), yellowfin tuna (T. albacares - YFT), albacore (T. alalunga - ALB) and southern bluefin tuna (T.maccoyii - SBT). Reported sets occurred in the Eastern Indian Ocean, north and south of 20°S. Recorded effort from the FHS data set was concentrated within the only known SBT spawning ground. However, within this data set, SBT were recorded in the lowest catch proportion relative to BET, YFT and ALB. The catch composition data suggested that YFT and ALB were predominantly targeted by the fishery, with ALB and SBT most predominantly recorded south of 20°S, whereas BET and YFT were mostly recorded north of 20°S. Unfortunately, there was no strong information on targeting practices reported by this data set, limiting any attempts to understand the factors that influenced those results. As the sampling predominantly occurred in between July and December, the data are not representative of fishing activities throughout the entire year, and any seasonal patterns from the FHS data set are biased. In addition, the FHS data set is prone to observation error and uncertainty in terms of fish identification and fishing location. Therefore, the FHS data set needs to be interpreted with caution.
EFFECTS OF DIPOLE MODE AND EL-NINO EVENTS ON CATCHES OF YELLOWFIN TUNA (Thunnus albacares) IN THE EASTERN INDIAN OCEAN OFF WEST JAVA Amri, Khairul; Suman, Ali; Irianto, Hari Eko; Wudianto, Wudianto
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 21, No 2 (2015): (December 2015)
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The effects of Indian Ocean Dipole Mode and El Niño–Southern Oscillation events on catches of YellowfinTuna (Thunnus albacares) in the Eastern Indian Ocean (EIO) off Java were evaluated through the use of remotely sensed environmental data (sea surface temperature/SST and chlorophyll-a concentration/SSC) and Yellowfin Tuna catch data. Analyses were conducted for the period of 2003–2012, which included the strong positive dipole mode event in association with weak El-Nino 2006.Yellowfin Tuna catch data were taken from Palabuhanratu landing place and remotely sensed environmental data were taken from MODIS-Aqua sensor.The result showed that regional climate anomaly Indian Ocean Dipole Mode influenced Yellowfin Tuna catch and its composition. The catches per unit effort (CPUE) of Thunnus alabacares in the strong positive dipole mode event in 2006 and weak El-Nino events in 2011 and 2012 was higher. The increase patern of CPUE followed the upwelling process, started from May-June achieved the peak between September-October.Very high increase in CPUE when strong positive dipole mode event (2006) and a weak El-Nino events (2011 and 2012) had a relation with the increase in the distribution of chlorophyll-a indicating an increase in the abundance of phytoplankton (primary productivity) due to upwelling. In contrast, yellowfin tuna CPUE is very low at the La-Nina event (2005), though as the dominant catch when compared to others.
DYNAMICS OF GEARS, FLEETS, CATCH AND FISHING SEASON OF SMALLSCALE TUNA FISHERIES IN LABUHAN LOMBOK, WEST NUSA TENGGARA Setyadji, Bram; Nugraha, Budi
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 21, No 2 (2015): (December 2015)
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In Indonesia, about 80% of fishing activities are small-scale and play major role both economically and socially. Previous studies mostly concentrated in Java, while in eastern part of Indonesia the information still scarce and limited. The study was conducted from January to December 2013, describes in detail the gears, fleets and catch dynamics of the small-scale tuna fisheries operating based in Labuhan Lombok Coastal Fishing Port (PPP. Labuhan Lombok). Small-scale tuna fishery in Labuhan Lombok are characterized by the small boats less than 10 GT, operating both troll line and hand line simultaneously, targeting large tuna, skipjack tuna and small tuna. Fishing season starts from April to August and influence by southwest monsoon wind and the presence of middleman as the connector between fishers and the market are the main character of the small-scale fisheries business in this area.

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