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Zeolite absorption as ammonia filter in waters And the effects on water quality Hasibuan, Saberina; Pamukas, Niken Ayu; ', Nasrizal
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This research was conducted from March to April 2014, for 30 days in Aquaculture circle Quality Laboratory Unit of Fisheries Faculty and Marine Sciences, University of Riau Pekanbaru. The aims of research was to investigate zeolite absorption toward ammonia and it effects water quality by recirculation system to rear of river catfish (Mystus nemurus). The methods used was experiment with 4 treatment and 3 replications. The treatments were P0= control, P1= Dosis 45,48 g/12 litres atau 3,79 g/litres, P2= Dosis 90,96 g/12 litres atau 7,58 g/litres, dan P= Dosis 136,44 g/12 litres atau 11,37 g/litres. The best treatment is P3, the result show that the more zeolit dose so many ammonia absorption. Water parameters recorded as follows pH (5-6 mg/L ), temp (28,7 – 30,2), DO (3,37- 4,88), Ammonia (P3 0,02-0,54 mg/L), CO2 (0,45 – 10,48).Key Words : River Catfish (Mystus nemurus), recirculation, filter, zeolit, water quality
Effect of Fertilizer Faeces On Parameter of Physical Chemistry in Peat Swamp Soil In The Media Pamungkas, Rhino; Hasibuan, Saberina; ', Syafriadiman
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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The research was conducted from March 2014 in the Laboratory Management ofWater Quality, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences University of Riau Pekanbaru.The method used in this study is an experimental method using a Random Block Design(RAL) with one factor, 5 treatments and 3 replications. The treatment used in thisexperiment is P0: Without application of fertilizer faeces (control), P1: faeces fertilizer300g/m2, P2: faeces fertilizer 450g/m2, P3: faeces fertilizer 600g/m2, P4: faeces fertilizer750g/m2. Result showed that the faeces fertilizer amounts affect various physical andchemical water quality and well as soil chemistry of peat, and may increase some of thephysical parameter of water quality and soil chemistry of peat swamp and fainally togood fertility for the growth of organisms in the water.Keyword : Fertilizer faeces, chemistry and physical parameter, water and soil quality
THE ABUNDANCE OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN PONDS OF PEAT SOIL GIVEN DIFFERENT BIOFERTILIZER Putri, Adlia Tri; Hasibuan, Saberina; ', Syafriadiman
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2017
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The research was conducted from August to November 2016, in the peat soil of ponds at Kualu Nenas, Kampar District, Riau Province. Observation of phytoplankton have been done in the Laboratory of Environment Quality of Aquaculture, Aquaculture Department, Fisheries and Marine Faculty. Objective of this study was to determine the best kinds of biofertilizer to increase the abundance of phytoplankton in the peat soil of ponds. Method this research using a Complete Randomized Design (CRD) was one factor with 3 levels of treatment. The kinds of using are P0 (without giving the biofertilizer), P1 (biofertilizer from chicken feses 9,4 kg m-2), P2 (biofertilizer from cow feses 9,4 kg m-2) and P3 (biofertilizer from human feces 9,4 kg m-2). The best of treatment of this research was the P3 (biofertilizer from human feces 9,4 kg m-2). Phytoplankton abundance this treatment is 5.331 individu/L, rather than of the other treatment. The water quality parameters in this research is good, especially of temperature 27-32 0C, pH 5-7, dissolved oxygen 2,7-5,7 mg/L, nitrate 2,54-3,61 ppm and orthoposfat 1,50-2,26 ppm. Then, carbon dioxide is highly 12,90-29,98 mg/L refering for the Quality Standart of Aquaculture.Keywords: Biofertilizer, Azotobacter sp., Phytoplankton, Water quality
The Effect of Biofertilizer Mixture From Human and Cow Faeces to Physical Parameter of Soil and Water Patin Fish Culture Media in Peat Ponds Agusta, Dian Asa; Syafriadiman, Syafriadiman; Hasibuan, Saberina
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 25, No 2 (2020)
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This research was conducted in October-December 2019 which took place at Peat Land of Kualu Nenas Village, Tambang Distric, Kampar Regency, Riau Province and in Soil Laboratory at Agriculture Faculty, Integrated Laboratory, Marine Chemistry Laboratory with Environmental Quality Laboratory at Fisheries and Marine Faculty of Universitas Riau. The objective of this research is to get a best dose of biofertilizer mixture from human and cow faeces to physical parameter of soil and water Patin fish culture media in peat ponds. The results of this research indicated that P4 (biofertilizer mixture of human biofertilizer 80% with cow biofertilizer 20%) is a best treatment (peat soil colour 10YR 3/1 brownish black, crude fiber of peat soil 5,43%, bulk density of peat soil 0,147 g/cm3, turbidity of peat water 74,14 NTU, total suspended solid of peat water 49,67 mg/L, absolute weight of Patin fish 17,3 g, absolute lenght of Patin fish 4,4 cm, and survival rate of Patin fish 86%). The porosity of Peat Soil, the best treatment is in P0 (control). The temperature of peat water that range from 26-29oC is still classified as optimal for aquatic organism.
PENGGUNAAN KAPUR CaCO3 PADA TANAH DASAR KOLAM IKAN BERBEDA UMUR DI DESA KOTO MESJID KABUPATEN KAMPAR Saberina Hasibuan; Syafriadiman Syafriadiman; Tardilus Tardilus
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 40, No 2 (2012): Juli 2012
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The research was conducted from April until June 2012 at Soil and WaterQuality Management Laboratory Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty of RiauUniversity. The aim of the research is to know effect of CaCO3 lime to the pondbottom soil of chemical fertility and the water quality. The method usedexperiment and randomized block designs with 1 factor is CaCO3lime, with 5level of treatments doses of CaCO3 lime from 0 g/m2, 6.67 g/m2, 56.00 g/m2,112.00 g/m2, and 168.00 g/m2, and 2 groups is new pond age (0-4 years old) andold pond age (5-10 years old).The result indicated that the some doses of CaCO3 lime to increase in pHsoil pond age 0-4 years and 5-10 years is 168.00 g/m2 (P4). These conditionsresulted increased of initial pH range from5.0-5.8to6.7-7.1, C-organic about0.75%, N-total of approximately 0.07%, KPK approximately3.2 to 3.8me/100g,C/N ratioaround10.0 to 11.1. Thewater quality improvementin bothagegroupsoccurred frompH 5.7to 7.7, increased of turbidity, hardness, increased ofdissolved oxygenat pond age5-10 years old and concentration ofnitrateinthepondage of 0-4 years old.Keywords : CaCO3lime, chemical fertility, soil quality, water quality
Studi Awal Bioekologi Ikan Geso (Hemibgrus wyckii, Bagridae) Aryani, Netti; Hasibuan, Saberina
Jurnal Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 21, No 2 (2016)
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Nowadays, geso fish Hemibagrus wyckii Bagridae is extinction The objective of this research is to analyze the distribution of length and weight of Geso fish, water quality parameter as the characteristic of Geso habitat and reproduction aspect which is the basic data to perform the domestication process. To know the distribution of length and weight of Geso fish, the samples were taken from three research locations, namely Kampar Kanan River, Kampar Kiri River and Koto Panjang Reservoir, each with 15 individual, To analyze the reproduction aspect of Geso fish required 45 samples and to get the data of Geso fish habitat characteristic was taken once monthly water samples in June, July and August 2015 in three research sites, Kampar Kanan River, Kampar Kiri River and Koto Panjang Reservoir. The results showed that the average length of total and weight of geso fish from Kampar Kanan River (491.93 mm, 1390.83g) and Kampar Kiri River (489.73 mm, 1338.97g) was higher than that of Koto Reservoir Length (286.60 mm; 1078 g). The water quality parameters that are the main differentiator between the three habitats are nitrite, nitrate, electric conductivity and COD. Fecundity of geso fish ranges from 2943-9558 eggs with egg diameter ranging from 1.04 to 2.81 mm. Gonad Somatik Index (IGS) of geso female fishingTKG IV between 2.73-3.97%and males between 1.22-2.00%.
Pemanfaatan Vermikompos Yang Berbeda Terhadap Perubahan Parameter Kimia Pada Media Tanah Gambut Purba, Constantine; Hasibuan, Saberina; ', Syafriadiman
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2017
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This research was conducted from January to March 2017 located atPeat Moss Village of Kualu Nenas, District of Tambang, Kampar, Riau. The aimof this study was to know the best type of vermicompost to change the chemicalparameters of peat soil as pond bottom soil such as pH, soil organic matter content(KBOT), total N, total P, total K, C/N ratio and water chemical parameters such aspH, Dissolved oxygen (DO), Free carbon dioxide (CO2), Nitrate, Orthophosphateand Ammonia. The method used in this study was an experimental method byusing Completely Randomized Design (RAL) of one factor with four treatmentsand three replications. The treatments in this study were without vermicompost(P0), human vermicompost (P1), cow vermicompost (P2), chicken vermicompost(P3).The results showed that best treatment during the study was P1 (humanvermicompost) with pH 6.47, KBOT 59.69%, total N 2.79%, total P 2.33%, totalK 1.53% and C/N ratio 16.59. Furthermore, for the range of water chemistryparameters during the study was still good with pH ranges from 5.6 to 6.8, DOranged from 2.3 to 3.3 mg/L, CO2 ranged from 9.96-18.99 mg/L, nitrate 10,43mg/L, orthophosphate 6,76 mg/L, ammonia 0.08 mg/L.Keyword: Vermicompost, chemical parameters, peat soil
The Production of Striped Catfish (Pangasius hypophthalmus) In Intensive Cultivation Reviewed Water Quality Parameters of Red Yellow Podzolic In Different Age Nirmala '; Saberina Hasibuan; Niken Ayu Pamukas
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2016
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This study aims to determine the striped catfish production intensive cultivation reviewed from parameters of water quality pond with a red-yellow podzolic in different ages. The method used in this study is the experimental method using a completely randomized design (CRD) using 1 factor, 4 levels of treatment and 3 replications, , with the treatment are: P1 (intensive pond of catfish aquaculture aged 0-5 years), P2 (intensive pond of catfish aquaculture aged 6-10 years), P3 (intensive pond of catfish aquaculture aged 11-15 years) and P4 (intensive pond of catfish aquaculture aged 16-20 years). The results showed that the striped catfish production in P4 (pond aged 16-20 years) is the best treatment which has a high production of 6.4 kg/m2, with the survival rate of 66,7% and low feed conversion ratio of 1.9%, and supported by water quality parameters were classified as good, namely: temperature between 27,600C, the brightness of 24.03 cm, 6.4 to 7.3 of pH, 3.74 mg/L of oxygen demand, ammonia of 0.21 mg/L, orthophosphate 1.05 mg/L, nitrate 1.03 mg/L, alkalinity total 100.5 mg/L, free carbon dioxide of 9.49 mg/L, and total organic material of 7.23 mg/L. Parameter water quality is relatively good for striped catfish farming.Keywords: Production of striped catfish (Pangasius hypophthalmus), Water Quality
The effect of urea manuring addition with different doses on the abundance of density Nannochloropsis sp. Hasibuan, Saberina; Pamukas, Niken Ayu; ', Riduan
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2015
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This research has been conducted from the February 28th until March 14th, 2015 at laboratory of the Marine Aquatic Culture Center of Batam, Setoko Island, District Bulang, Barelang. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of different doses of urea for the growth of Nannochloropsis sp. The method used in this research was experimental method by using a completely randomized design with four treatments and three replications. The treatment in this study were P0 ( control ), P1 ( Urea fertilizer dose of 40 ppm, 20 ppm TSP, Za 50 ppm, 10 ppm EDTA ), P2 ( urea fertilizer dose of 60 ppm, 20 ppm TSP, Za 50 ppm, 10 ppm EDTA ), and P3 ( 70 ppm dose of fertilizer urea, TSP 20 ppm, 50 ppm Za, 10 ppm EDTA ). The results showed that the best growth of Nannochloropsis sp. was that on P3 treatment with growth density of 42.872 cells / litersKeyword :Nannochloropsis sp,growth of density, urea fertilizer
INFLUENCE GIVING RICE BRAN IMMERSION AT CHICKEN MANURE MEDIA ON THE ABUNDANCE Daphnia magna Putri, Yulia Eka; Pamukas, Niken Ayu; Hasibuan, Saberina
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2015
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The research was conducted on 1-15 May 2015 in Environment QualityAquaculture Laboratory. The purpose of this research to know the influence ofrice bran immersion at chicken manure media on the abundance Daphnia magna.The method of research used experimental method with Completely RandomizedDesign (RAL) with five treatments and three replication. The treatments withgiving rice bran immersion at chicken manure media: rice bran control (0 ml/L),D1 (3 ml/L), D2 (5 ml/L), D3 (7 ml/L), D4 (9 ml/L). The result shown rice brangave the highest abundance population of Daphnia magna and best giving is 3ml/L rice bran immersion with top average abundance 569 ind/L.Key word: Daphnia magna, rice bran immersion, chicken manure, abundance