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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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BIOLOGY AND CPUE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF ESCOLAR Lepidocybium flavobrunneum (Smith, 1843) IN EASTERN INDIAN OCEAN (EVOLVING FISHERIES: TODAY’S BY-CATCH IS TOMORROW’S TARGET CATCH) Rochman, Fathur; Jatmiko, Irwan; Wujdi, Arief
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 22, No 1 (2016): (June 2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (184.188 KB) | DOI: 10.15578/ifrj.22.1.2016.27-36

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Discharge of by catch is a significant problem in world fishery. Every commercial fishery such as tuna longline has a suite of bycatch species, escolar fish (LEC). LEC as by catch product has received a little attention because of its lower economic value and given its importance as a secondary market. With time, however, market can become establish for this presently undesirable species. Acknowledging that today’s by catch might become tomorrow’s target fish. The aims of this study areto provide information on biological aspect and catch per unit of effort (CPUE) spatial distribution of escolar (Lepidocybium flavobrunneum) as by catch in Indonesian longline fishery operating in the Eastern Indian Ocean. Total escolar samples of 1,815 were taken from scientific observer data from 2011-2013. The study area of escolar was between 0.897-33.175°S and 85.366– 138.733°E of Eastern Indian Ocean. Results show that the escolar length (cmFL) is distributed from 27-178 cmFL (median=83 cmFL, mode=85 cmFL, mean=83.95 cmFL and n= 1.812) and dominated by the size of 85 cmFL. The length weight relationship was determined to be W=0.0002FL2.2926(W in kg, FL in cm). In terms of CPUEs distribution, the lower CPUEs(<1.0001) generally occurred near shore between Indonesia and Australia (10-20°S and 110 125°E).The highest CPUEs of escolar (>1.0001 to 7.382) generally occurred in Western Australian, precisely on grid between 10-35°S and 85-110°E. These grids would be a potential for fishing LEC with the best time to catch in June to August.
STATUS OF SMALL PELAGIC FISHERY IN THE MAKASSAR STRAIT BASED AT THE NORTHERN PART OF JAVA Hartati, Sri Turni; Triharyuni, Setiya; Sadiyah, Lilis
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 22, No 1 (2016): (June 2016)
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The coastal of Makassar Strait is one of main fishing grounds for purse seine vessels from northern part of Java which based at the following landing sites, i.e. Pekalongan, Tegal and Juwana. The purse seine fishery predominantly targets small pelagic fish. This paper attempts to present the current condition of small pelagic fishery in the Makassar Strait. Catch and effort (trip) data between 2004 and 2011 from the three landing sites were used to estimate Maximum Sustainable Yield (MSY) using Schaefer & Fox models. The results showed a decreasing trend in the catch rate, from 30.83 tons/trip in 2004 to 12.27 tons/trip in 2011. The estimated MSY is at the range of 34,705- 37,930 tons with optimum efforts for 2,234-2,500 purse seine trips. Thus the level of purse seine fishing effort in 2011, i.e. 3,078 trips, was exceeding the optimum effort. The decreasing trend in the catch rate may indicate overfishing is occurring between 2004 and 2011. For management of the small pelagic fisheries in the waters of Makassar Strait, important action recommended is fishing effort restrictions. The effort allowed would be only in the range of 2,234-2,500 purse seine trips, and the fishing capacity needs to be controled.
GROWTH COMPARISON OF MAHSEER (Tor tambroides) FROM MANNA AND TARUSAN RIVER IN WESTERN SUMATERA RIVER Wibowo, Arif; Dwirastina, Mirna
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 22, No 1 (2016): (June 2016)
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Mahseer is commonly used as a premium consumption fish with exceptional price, however, these species have encountered dwindle in distribution and abudance. The objective of this study was to investigate and to compare aspects of the interspatial variability of Western Sumatra component growth of mahseer between Manna River and Tarusan River. Mahseer samples were collected from the Manna River, Bengkulu Province and Tarusan River, West Sumatra Province. Monthly sampling was carried out over a period of February to October 2012 in Manna River and February to July 2012 in Tarusan River for detailed growth study. A total of 295 mahseer samples were collected from five sampling sites in Manna River and 495 mahseer samples were collected from three sampling sites in Tarusan River. The results show the ge group population estimation of T. Tambroides from Manna River and Tarusan River based on the analysis of length-frequencies using the Bhattacharya method, resulted in two different age groups. The theoretical growth curve for length from Manna River, the values are L¥ = 50,45 cm, K = 1,90 yr-1, t0 = -0,07 yr-1 and F  = 3,684, and for weight, the values are W¥ = 1395,49 gr, K = 0,71 yr-1, t0 = -0,078 yr-1 and F  = 6,148. The parameters of the von Bertalanffy growth curve in length from Tarusan River were L¥ = 31,34 cm, K = 1,70 yr-1, t0 = -0,09 yr-1 and F  = 3,21 and W¥ = 634,86 gr, K = 0,48 yr-1, t0 = -0,147 yr-1 and F  = 5,282 in weight.  The length-weight relationship estimated for Manna River was W = 0,000007TL3,086 for females (R2 = 0,9545, N = 91) and W = 0,0037TL1,882 for males. While for Tarusan River, length-weight relationship estimated was = 0,00003TL2,839. Mahseer from Manna River population has better growth parameters than those at Tarusan  River.
THE SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF CPUE AND CATCH-AT-SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF TROLL AND HANDLINE TUNA FISHERIES LANDED IN LABUHAN LOMBOK Setyadji, Bram; Hartaty, Hety; Mardlijah, Siti
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 22, No 1 (2016): (June 2016)
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Troll and hand line tuna fisheries is one of the major fishing gears landed in Labuhan Lombok coastal fishing port (PPP Labuhan Lombok) west Nusa Tenggara Barat province.  Both fisheries are strongly associated with fish aggregating devices (FAD’s). The main fishing ground is Indian Ocean southern part of this province.  Several source of data has been collected regularly. Data analysis comprised of monthlycatch and effort data samples based onport monitoring program during 2012 to 2015. The result showed the diclining of CPUE of yellow fin and skipjack tuna presumably related to fishing intensity of fleets and its variability that landed in PPP Labuhan Lombok.  The increasing CPUE of skipjack tuna in 2014 was predicted due to increasing aggregation around the FADs. Constrasting seasonal fishing index pattern between yellowfin and skipjack tuna foundin 4-month cycles, started in January.A length-weight relationship suggested that yellowfin tuna caught bysmall-scale fisheries were performing allometric growth pattern (b=2.963, r2=0.9737).
CURRENT STATUS OF THE POLE-AND-LINE FISHERY IN EASTERN PART OF INDONESIA Widodo, Agustinus Anung; Wudianto, Wudianto; Satria, Fayakun
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 22, No 1 (2016): (June 2016)
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The promotion of pole-and-line fishery for a selective gear operating in the Indonesian tuna management area is considered as the proper policy in response to the increasing market demand with tuna eco-labeled. Appropriate information in addressing the current status of the pole-and-line fishery in Indonesia is an important step in order to support the promotion. Data used to describe the fishery were obtained through scientific port sampling program in collaboration between RCFMC and WCPFC in 2010 to 2014 and also scientific observer onboard program collaboration RCFMC and CRAC Co. Ltd. in 2013. The results show that presently the number of pole and line fleets was decreased significantly and remain about 232 fleetsin Sorong, Bitung and Kendari and Larantuka. The national annual total catch of pole-and line during 1980 – 2013 was recorded between 24,000 and 160,000 tons per year (average 98,117 tons per year). This value is estimated to contribute about 20% of Indonesia annual total catch of tuna in FMAs713-717. The pole-andline catch rates based at Bitung, Kendari and Sorong were fluctuated in each year with the range respective between 8.79 and 17.93 tons/trip/vessel, 4.78 and 5.36 ton/trip/vessel and about 7,99 ton ton/trip/vessel. Pole-and-line fishery operated in Indonesian FMAs 713-717 is considered as selective fishery, with > 80 % catches of skipjack in matured stage. The tuna-live bait fish ratio in Indonesian pole-and-line was 4.41 :1, then an improvement of live bait ratio as well as its management is required.
ROLE OF SUB SURFACE TEMPERATURE, SALINITY AND CHLOROPHYLL TO ALBACORE TUNA ABUNDANCE IN INDIAN OCEAN Novianto, Dian; Susilo, Eko
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 22, No 1 (2016): (June 2016)
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The swimming layer is one of the important factors to get maximum catches, especially on tuna longline effort. The vertical abundance of the albacore tuna was investigated based on catch data and 3-DINDESO Ocean Model data, such as sub-surface conditions of sea water potential temperature (Temp), salinity (Sal) and mass concentration of diatoms and flagellates expressed as chlorophyll (Chl) in the Eastern Indian Ocean period 2014-2015. Combining he statistical method of generalized additive model (GAM) was performed to analysis in this study. There were seven GAM models that generated with the number of ALB vertical abundance as a response variable, and Temp, Sal, and Chl as predictor variables. Sal has highly significant (P < 0.001) while Chl and Temp significant (P < 0.01) to ALB vertical abundance. Deduced from GAMs, indicated that a negative effect of Sal on the number of ALB was observed at salinity >34.52 psu. There was a positive effect of salinity on the number of ALB, which was from 34.30 to 34.47 psu and Chl showed a positive effect of this variable on the number of ALB caught occurred between 0.01 mg/m3 and 0.12 mg/m3 in the region of high confidence level where negative effect on > 0.13 mg/m3. While ALB catches abundance varied in the temperature range with the highest frequency at 24.0-24.9 °C. Sal was the most important environmental variable to the number of ALB vertically caught, followed by Chl and Temp.
MANGROVE OF BERAU: ECOLOGICAL CONDITION, FISHERIES, AND MANAGEMENT OPTIONS Yuniarti, Ivana; Triyanto, Triyanto; Wijaya, Nirmalasari Idha; Lestari, Fajar Sumi; Setiawan, Fajar; Sutrisno, Sutrisno
Indonesian Fisheries Research Journal Vol 22, No 1 (2016): (June 2016)
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Mangrove area of Berau District, East Kalimantan Province is an important buffering zone for Derawan Islands. It also becomes a distinctive habitat for commercial fisheries commodity. Land conversion into shrimp ponds has threatened its sustainability. This paper summarizing its ecological condition, fisheries, and management options presents a guideline for the decision makers about what strategies can be applied in conserving the mangrove sustainability. Overall, the ecological condition is proven to support sustainable fisheries practice; such as shrimp and crab silvofisheries. Moreover, the calculation of firewood economic value shows that a sustainable commercial firewood production is another option that can be established to support local economic activities. In addition, a well managing ecotourism may be considered by local government considering its potential for local economic growth.

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