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Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan
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JURNAL TEKNOLOGI PERIKANAN DAN KELAUTAN diasuh oleh Fakultas Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan, Institut Pertanian Bogor dengan jadwal penerbitan 2 (dua) kali dalam satu tahun dengan tujuan menyebarluaskan informasi ilmiah tentang perkembangan teknologi perikanan dan kelautan,antara lain: teknologi perikanan tangkap, teknologi kelautan, inderaja kelautan, akustik dan instrumentasi, teknologi kapal perikanan, teknologi pengolahan hasil perikanan, teknologi budidaya perikanan dan bioteknologi kelautan.
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SHORELINE CHANGE ANALYSIS OF THE SOUTH WEST COAST AT TERNATE ISLAND, NORTH MOLUCAS PROVINCE Angkotasan, Abdul Motalib; Nurjaya, I Wayan; Natih, Nyoman M N
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Research is a Shoreline Change Analisis along the South West Coast Ternate Island, North Molucas Province. This study aims to assess the shoreline changes from 2001 to 2011. The research was motivated by the reality on the Southwest Coast Ternate Island, accured abrasion and sedeimentasi to residential areas. There has been no comprehensive study on the extent of shoreline change is happening, and what are the factors that cause these changes. The purpose of this study was to analyze shoreline changes that occur in the Southwest Coast Ternaet island. Shoreline change analysis is done using two approaches that use DHI MIKE LITPACK models and digitized images using Landsat 7 ETM+. The results of image analysis used as a benchmark to validate the model output DHI MIKE LITPACK. Mixed model analysis results collated with the results of image analysis showed patterns of changes in the contour of the same coastline. Based on the analysis model, showed the highest abrasion occurs distasiun C (Sasa Coast) as far as 83.67 m and sedimentation occurred at station B as far as 45.69 m, based on the results of image analysis the highest abrasion occurred at station C of 27.14 m and sedimentation occurred at station E of 24.09 m . The amount of abrasion and sedimentation is affected by wave action that occurs and sand mining activities by the community in Southwest coast of the island of Ternate.
SEAGRASS DIVERSITY IN BANTEN BAY, THE PROVINCE OF BANTEN Satrya, Citra; Yusuf, Muhammad; Shidqi, Muhandis; Subhan, Beginer; Arafat, Dondy; Anggraeni, Fitryah
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Seagrass ecosystem is one distinguish component, which has an important role in tropical ecology. Seagrass also known as a potential organisms that contain bioactive compounds as raw material for medicine, so its distribution is important to be analyzed. The aim of this study were to provided information about distribution, diversity, density, and percent cover of seagrass in Banten Bay. This study was conducted by Line Intercept Transect (LIT) method at three station. There are five species of seagrass that were found in Banten Bay, namely: Cymodocea rotundata, Cymodocea serrulata, Enhalus acoroides, Halophila ovalis, dan Thalassia hemprichii. The highest density of seagras found at Tunda Island (193 individu/m2), and the lowest found at Panjang Island (44 individu/m2). The highest percent cover of seagrass found at Kalih Island (90%), while the lowest found at Panjang Island (62.5%). Enhalus acoroides is the most dominant species of seagrass that found on Banten Bay. The percent cover of seagrass inform that seagrass ecosystem in Banten Bay relatively healthy/wealthy.
THE EFFECT OF LIGHT ON SURVIVAL AND GROWTH RATE OF TRANSPLANTED SOFT CORAL LOBOPHYTUM STRICTUM (OCTOCORALIA: ALCYONACEA) IN RECIRCULATION SYSTEM Subhan, Beginer; Soedharma, Dedi; Arafat, Dondy; Madduppa, Hawis; Rahmawati, Fadillah; Ervinia, Ayu; Bramandito, Aditya; Khaerudi, Denny; Ghozali, Ahmad Taufik
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The current research was conducted to investigate the effect of light on growth of soft coral Lobophytum strictum. This species was transplanted and reared in two different ponds, uncovered pond (with light penetration) and covered pond (no light penetration. A total of 16 coral fragments was placed on each pond. Both, the survival rate and the growth rate were significantly different on the effect of light (P<0.05). The soft coral on the uncovered pond was survive up to 12 weeks (100%), followed with increased length (from 5,95 to 10,04 cm) and width (from 5,27 to 6,84 cm) of the transplanted coral fragments. Conversely, the soft coral in the covered ponds showed survival rate of 62,5% (up to 8th week), with decreased length (from 8,25 to 5,25 cm) and width (from 9,14 to 4,86 cm) of each fragments during the period of study.
RELATIONSHIP CHLOROPHYLL-A CONCENTRATION AND SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE WITH PRIMARY PELAGIC FISH CATHES IN JAVA SEA FROM MODIS SATELLITE IMAGES Putra, Ega; Gaol, Jonson Lumban; P. Siregar, Vincentius
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This research aims to study spatial and temporal variation of chlorophyll-a concentration and sea surface temperature as well as his relationship with pelagic fish catches in Java Sea. The results showed in 2006th-2010th sea surface temperaturerice occurs by 1°C which monthly average range between 27,9°C – 31,4°C. Sea surface temperature are relatively higher in transitional seasons compared to west season and east season. Chlorophyll-a concentration in area of research ranging from 0,22 mg/m³- 1,15 mg/m³. Chlorophyll-a concentration value each month fluctuates follow wind of progress. Maximum value of chlorophyll-a concentration happening in wesh season and minimum value occurs in transitional season 2. Layang scad, banyar fish and eastern little tuna has a negative response to sea surface temperature especially in east season. As for sardine fish and fringescalle sardine show absence of a direct relationshop between sea surface temperature with CPUE value catches. Sardine fish and fringescalle sardine show any positive response to rising chlorophyll-a concentration, while for layang scad, banyar fish and eastern little tuna an increase value of chlorophyll-a concentration does not have a direct impact on rising CPUE value of third type of this fish.
MODEL OF CAPTURE FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT BASED ON MINAPOLITAN CONCEPT IN NORTH GORONTALO DISTRICT Baruadi, Alfi Sahri R; Simbolon, Domu; Purbayanto, Ari; Yusfiandayani, Roza
JURNAL TEKNOLOGI PERIKANAN DAN KELAUTAN Vol 2, No 2 (2012): Mei 2012
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Fishery resources at NorhGorontalo disrict was huge. The potential of Fishery Management Area from Laut Sulawesi to Pasicific Ocean includes around 590.970 ton of pelagicdivided into175.260 ton large pelagic, 384.750 ton small pelagic and the other kind of fish around 30.960 ton. On the other hand, the utilization of fishery resources still minimun that was only 46%. Government at North Gorontalo made capture fisheris as a main program to improve society welfare to minimize the lack of fishery resources utilization. The government should be aware of this situation to formulate and decide each policy. Policy that has been applied in this recent year in NorthGorontalo district was Minapolitan and it was held by the Indonesia Ministry of Marine and Fishery joined with Local Government. So, research of development fishery capture based minapolitan model was needed to designed a policy model as a guide to decide a capture fisheries policy. Methodology that using in this research was surplus production analysis to analyze the fish resource, proper tools to capture fish analysis, and SEM (Structure Equation Modeling) analysis. The result of this research showed that the utilization of fishery resources still lack under MSY (Maximum Sustainable Yield). Some of programs that should be developed were purse seine, hand line tuna,liftnet, hand line, and payang. The objective of minapolitan policy was creating local economic growth and increasing capture fisheries production and guarantee the quality of capture fisheries.
SHRIMP FARMS SUITABILITY EVALUATION IN CIJULANG AND PARIGI, CIAMIS, WEST JAVA) Syaugy, Afwan; Siregar, Vincentius P; Arhatin, Risti Endriani
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Selection of wrong location fishponds will cause the problems, such as increasing the cost of construction, operational, and may cause environmental degradation. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the land suitability for shrimp farms considering the coastal and river border planning maps in Kecamatan Cijulang and Parigi. This study uses the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to determine the level of compliance of existing shrimp farms in the area. The parameters taken into calculated are: land use; soil texture; soil type; land slope; distance from the river; distance from the shore; water pH, and salinity. The result of the spatial analysis was added by limiting factor coastal and river border, so the extensive shrimp farms area is 23.8 ha divided into three classes of suitability, namely very accordance (11.7 ha or 49.0%); accordance (1.0 ha or 4.3%), and not in accordance (11.1 ha or 46.6%). There are no shrimp farms in the area of conditional suitability. The existing farm in this region is almost entirely located in the area that should be a river border. In order to keep a sustainable shrimp farms management, it is needed a good cooperation between the management of the shrimp farms and the government.
PHYTOCHEMICAL COMPOUND AND TOXICITY OF SEAGRASS ENHALUS ACOROIDES AND THALASSIA HEMPRICHII FROM PRAMUKA ISLAND, DKI JAKARTA Dewi, Citra S.U.; Soedharma, Dedi; Kawaroe, Mujizat
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Some of marine bioactive research has been done using seagrass, such as Enhalus acoroides and Thalassia hemprichii. Respect to the bioactive compound in Enhalus acoroides and Thalassia hemprichii as medicine, and other pharmaceuticals, it is necessary to observations phytochemical components and toxicity level. This study informs the toxicity level and phytochemical compounds which is contained in Enhalus acoroides and Thalassia hemprichii from Pramuka Island, Jakarta. Phytochemical test of Enhalus acoroides and Thalassia hemprichii showed that there are containing flavonoids, alkaloids, and steroids. Toxicity test wich is conducted with Brain Shrimp Lethal Toxic (BSLT) method showed that methanol extract of Enhalus acoroides is highly toxic with LC50 = 5.74 ppm, while the n-hexane extract of Enhalus acoroides is not toxic, indicated by LC50 = 1309.42 ppm.
EFFECS OF LENGTH TRIP AND TOTAL HAULING TO FISH CATCHES ON SMALL SCALE GILLNET FISHERIES IN PEKALONGAN, CENTRAL JAVA Wiyono, Eko Sri
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The high competition among fishermen have resulted decreasing fish catches. To ensure the continuity of his activity, fishermen perform a variety of fishing strategies such as adding a length time of fishing trip at the sea and increasing the number of hauling. To assess the impact of both factors have been conducted research on gillnet small-scale fisheries (<10GT) in Pekalongan fishing port. Results of this study indicate that length of fishing trip have influence on both total and per species fish catches. Although length of fishing time more longer, result of this study showed that length of fishing trips do not affect to the fish price. On the other hand the results of this study indicate that the number or frequency of hauling apparently had no effect on either total catch or per species.
STRATEGY OPERATING FISHERMAN FISHING IN KARIMUNJAWA, CENTRAL JAVA Wiyono, Eko Sri; Kartawijaya, Tasrif
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Reef fishery is one of the main activities of fishermen in the tropic area. Changing of economy and ecology has resulted in changes in revenue and operating strategies of fishing. Fishermen have used a variety of strategies to maintain their activity. To examine this problem, we conducted the reseach in Karimunjawa, Central Java. The results of this study suggest that fish composition, fishing gear productivity and fishing gear which used by fishermen have changed over the period 2003 - 2005 and from 2009 to 2011. When during period of 2003 - 2005 fising trip of gear was dominated by muroami, then in the period 2009 - 2011 fishing trip dominated by speargun (arrows). These changes, thought to be caused by changes in market demand especially yellow tail (Caesio sp), the fishing operations cost and catches both in number and composition of fish.
APPLICATION OF SEAWEED AS A NATURAL BIOFILTER POND WATER TO REDUCE THE LEVEL OF DISEASE ON VANNAMEI SHRIMP (Litopenaus vannamei) Rahmaningsih, Sri
JURNAL TEKNOLOGI PERIKANAN DAN KELAUTAN Vol 2, No 2 (2012): Mei 2012
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Fish farmers in the Tuban district mainly vannamei shrimp farmers face tough environmental conditions for shrimp growth, this is caused because of the large industrial district of factories such as Tuban PT Semen Gresik, TPPI plant located in the north sea of Tuban where waste can affect the quality pond water either directly or indirectly. Including shrimp farmers in the village Kenanti, Tambakboyo district and almost all farmers are along the northern coast of Tuban is predicted to feel the effects of contamination originating from the sea, not to mention emanating from the pond itself (waste internal), so natural that the current level of success in aquaculture, especially shrimp vannamei shrimp is very low. The success rate in vannamei shrimp culture, especially in intensive shrimp culture is largely determined by the quality of water used in cultivation and also the technology that has been used. Use of seaweed as a natural biofilter in vannamei shrimp culture is a simple technology that is easy to be implemented. Seaweed is a plant that absorbs water degradation of organic material for growth, thereby reducing the risk of rising water of organic material that would be required to maintain shrimp. And brightness temperature greatly affect the success of a biofilter Iaut grass because the two components will be the rate of photosynthesis of algae and the rate of absorption of organic materials. From the approach used in the implementation of this program is to disseminate the application of technology use seaweed as a natural biofilter at a group of farmers in sub distric of Tambakboyo through training, then held a pilot pond so fish farmers in adopting this technology can be more easily understood.

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