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Jurnal Segara
ISSN : 19070659     EISSN : 24611166     DOI : -
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Jurnal SEGARA (p-ISSN: 1907-0659, e-ISSN: 2461-1166) adalah Jurnal yang diasuh oleh Pusat Riset Kelautan, Badan Riset dan Sumber Daya Manusia Kelautan dan Perikanan (BRSDMKP), Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan – KKP, dengan nomenklatur baru Pusat Riset Kelautan, Badan Riset dan Sumber Daya Manusia Kelautan dan Perikanan, KKP dengan tujuan menyebarluaskan informasi tentang perkembangan ilmiah bidang kelautan di Indonesia, seperti: oseanografi, akustik dan instrumentasi, inderaja,kewilayahan sumberdaya nonhayati, energi, arkeologi bawah air dan lingkungan.
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Estimation of Sediment Distribution Based on Bathymetry Alteration (2014-2016) in the Inner Bay of Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia Rahmawan, Guntur Adhi; Gemilang, Wisnu Arya; Wisha, Ulung Jantama; Dhiauddin, Ruzana; Ondara, Koko
Jurnal Segara Vol 15, No 2 (2019): Agustus
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15578/segara.v15i2.6956


The development of Ambon city is centered around Ambon Bay. As the major area of marine and social activities, changes occurred directly affect to seawater degradation. Sedimentation is the main issue that has been occurring. Marine ecosystem can be potentially hampered by the high rate of sedimentation in the Inner Bay of Ambon (TAD). This study aimed to determine the distribution of sediment volume within the bay. Bathymetry of TAD was surveyed using transducer (Echosounder Echo track CVM Teledyne Odom Hydrographic Single Beam), which the depth of certain position was connected to GPS to record all the position data accurately. The field data are then analyzed spatially modelled in the form of 2D and 3D maps, overlaid with the past bathymetry data to calculate the bathymetry alteration and sediment volume estimation during 2014-2016. The depth of TAD in 2014 ranged between 0 – -42 meters, while, in 2016 the water depth slightly changed to 0 – -44 meters. The reduction of the water depth is observed in the 25 – 125 m from shoreline, where the bed thickness changes observed ranging from 0.1 - 1.4 m. Total volume of sediment augmentation reaches 13,236,182 m3 that covers about 67.67 Ha. Tidal current, that ranged averagely from 0-1.2 m/s, has a tremendous influence on sediment transport in TAD. The bay mouth, that is a semi-enclosed enclosed area, triggers sediment accumulation due to the weak tidal current transport. If ongoing, these conditions may endanger the environment and biota survival ability.
Coastal landform and its indicative risk of changes through integrated satellite and on ground observations for coastal development and revitalisation in Pati, Central Java Solihuddin, Tubagus; Salim, Hadiwijaya Lesmana; Mustikasari, Eva; Heriati, Aida
Jurnal Segara Vol 15, No 2 (2019): Agustus
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15578/segara.v15i2.7864


An appropriate foreshore management should take into account coastal processes based on physical and biological features of the particular coastal environment. This study aims to determine the coastal landform and its instability and susceptibility through satellite study, thematic map, and groundtruth checking. The coastal landform of Pati is typified by the muddy coast with ~1 km tidal mudflat moving seaward and coastal plain moving landward. Mangrove ecosystem, mainly Avicennia, intermittently occurs along the coast of Pati resting on muddy substrates where tributaries drain off water from the hinterland. The coastal plain is largely occupied by salt and/or fish ponds. Considering the geological condition, coastal characteristic, and oceanographic processes, the coast of Pati has medium to high-risk level of landform changes with shoreline changes greater than 1 m/yr and 5 to 10 yearly coastal inundation driven by the erosion and sedimentation. The study provides insight in recognising time and space scale of an indicative risk of landform changes and its driving processes for the coastal management and planning purposes.

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