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SEDIMENT FRACTIONS AND ORGANIC MATERIALS IN THE DUMAI RIVER ESTUARY WATERS, RIAU, INDONESIA Nedi, Syahril; Manik, Yolanda; elizal, Elizal
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (297.669 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.1.1.66-71

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The purpose of this researched was to analize the consistency of organic material and sediment fraction on estuary in dumai river. The research was with purposive sampling on four stutions. The analysis of sediment fraction in estuary in dumai river had been dominated by mud substract. The result mean size wened very fine sand, of consistency organic material is ranging 7,37 - 24,01 mg/l. The result sorting value wered poorly kurtosis value were ektremly leptokurtic, and skewness dominant value were negative. Difference of fine grafain and type of sediment on estuary in Dumai River had effect by physics and chemical factor.
ANALYSIS CONCENTRATION OF NITRATE, PHOSPHATE, SILICATE AND RELATIONSHIP WITH DIATOM ABUDANCE IN WATERS TANJUNG TIRAM DISTRCTS BATU BARA REGENCY OF NORTH SUMATERA PROVINCE Hidayat, Rahmad; Nedi, Syahril; Nurachmi, irvina
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
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Input of nutrients into the waters from various human activities (residential, agriculture and industry) has the potential to cause changes in the physical, chemical and biological conditions of the waters. The study aims to determine the relationship of concentrations of nitrate, phosphate and silicate with the abundance of diatoms in the Tanjung Tiram waters. The method used is the survey method, the determination of the location of sampling is done by purposive sampling, data analysis (multiple regression). Based in the results of laboratory analysis nitrate concentrations ranged from 0,0819 – 0,1167 mg/l, the phosphate concentration ranged from 0,1002 – 0,1526 mg/l, and silicate concentration ranged from 0,04447 – 0,5418 mg/l. The abundance of diatoms in Tanjung Tiram waters ranged from 156,9 – 302,8 ind/l. The results of statistical analysis of the relationship of nitrate, phosphate and silicate with the abundance of diatoms are expressed in terms of equation Y = 350,906 – 58,065Nitrate– 2644,624phosphate+ 440,363Silicate. This statement explains the concentration of nitrate, phosphate related negative (-) to the abundance of diatoms and silicate positive (+) related to the abundance of diatom. This condition shows that the nutrient concentration in these waters is relatively high so that it affects the abundance of diatoms.
ANALYSIS OF NITRATE, PHOSPHATE AND CONCENTRATION ABILITY OF DIATOM (Bacillariophyta) PLANKTONIK IN THE SUMATERA PROVINCE OF WEST NIRWANA BEACH Tampubolon, Theresia; Nurrachmi, irvina; Nedi, Syahril
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
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This research was conducted in August 2018 with the aim to determine the concentration of nitrate and phosphate in the waters of Nirwana Beach, find out the type and abundance of diatoms found in the waters of Nirwana Beach, and determine the relationship of nitrate and phosphate concentrations to diatoms in Nirwana Beach waters. Determination of sampling location using purposive sampling, namely by taking into account the conditions and conditions of the research area. Sampling of nitrate and phosphate using a sample bottle measuring 100 ml then given preservatives and diatom samples using a bucket and filtered with plankton net no.25 and preserved with 4% lugol solution as much as 3-4 drops and analysis was carried out at the Marine Chemistry and Marine Biology Laboratory , Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Affairs, University of Riau. The results showed nitrate concentration in Nirwana Beach waters ranging from 0.5 mg / l - 0.3 mg / l. And phosphate concentration in the waters of Nirwana Beach ranges from 0.19 mg / l - 0.08 mg / l. In the coastal waters of Nirvana there are 16 species of diatoms found. The highest abundance of diatom species from all species found was Cosconidiscus sp with an average of 4263 ind / l per station. While the lowest abundance of species is Melosira sp, Thalassionema sp, Neodelphinies sp, Rhizossolenia sp and Cocconeis sp with an average of 73.5 ind / l. Diatom diversity index (H ') in Nirwana Beach waters is classified as moderate and community stability is categorized as moderate, there is no type that dominates the uniformity index (E) Nirwana Beach waters are still balanced and there is no competition for food or places. and phosphate with an abundance of diatoms which in this case means that the higher the concentration of nitrate and phosphate, the more abundance of diatoms.
CONTENTS OF NITRATES, PHOSPHATES, SILICATES AND MISTAKES DIATOMS (Epiphytic) IN SEAGRASSES (Thalassia hemprichii) WATERS NIRWANA BEACH KECAMATAN TELUK NIBUNG KOTA PADANG SUMATERA BARAT PROVINCE Rachmadani Rambe, Sakinah; Nurachmi, irvina; Nedi, Syahril
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
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Epiphytic diatoms are diatoms whose lives are associated with plants, one of which is seagrass. Nitrates, phosphates and silicates are needed to support growth and development, especially epiphytic which attaches to seagrass leaves. The research was conducted in May 2018 in the waters of Nirwana Beach, Teluk Nibung Subdistrict, Padang City, West Sumatra Province. The aim of this study was to determine the relationship of nitrate, phosphate, and silicate content to the abundance of diatoms. The method used in this study is the survey method. Taking diatom samples is done by grinding the surface of seagrass leaves using a brush, while sampling nitrates, phosphates and silicates is done using a water sampler. The results of this study indicate that nitrate concentrations ranged from 1,250-1,255 mg / l, phosphate 0,031-0,570 mg / l and silicate 1,180-1,700 mg/l. The total abundance of diatoms ranges from 459-3446 ind / cm2, where the diatom genus that dominates at each station is Navicula, Isthmia, and Stephanopyxis. Based on statistical analysis shows that the content of nitrate, phosphate, and silicate has a positive relationship to the abundance of epiphytic diatoms.
THE EFFECT OF GIVING DETERGENTS TO THE GROWTH OF Azolla microphylla IN BRACKISH WATER Presti Parbo, Annisa; Effendi, Irwan; Nedi, Syahril
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
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This research conducted on March to April 2019 with the aim of knowing the effect of detergent on the growth of A. microphylla. The results showed wet weight growth ranging from 2-23.81 grams (control) and 1.43-8.35 grams (addition of detergent). Absolute weight growth ranges from 3.63-8.47 grams and 1.77-3.28 grams. Growth in the number of colonies between 39.66-295 colonies and 37.66-98.33 colonies. Growth doubling time day 3-23 and 3.63-7.66 days. The growth of wet weight and the number of colonies of A. microphyla increased in each data collection on the control treatment media, while the addition of detergent treatment increased on the day 5 and day 10 and on the day 15 and day 20 decreased.
ANALYSIS CONTENT OF ORGANIC MATTER IN SEDIMENT AND ABUNDANCE OF MACROZOOBENTHOS IN TELUK BUO PADANG WEST SUMATERA Putra Utama, Rinol; Nedi, Syahril; Tanjung, Afrizal
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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This research was conducted in May 2018 in the waters of Teluk Buo, Padang, West Sumatra. The purpose of this study was to determine the environmental quality of the Teluk Buo waters, especially to determine the abundance of macrozoobenthos and determine the relationship between sediment organic matter and abundance of macrozoobenthos. The method used in this study is a survey method. The results of the study note that the waters of the Teluk Buo are included in the medium polluted criteria with a diversity index (H ') ranging from 2.18-3.43, dominance index (C) 0.10-0.32 and uniformity index (e) 0.51-0,78. Abundance ranges from 80-240 ind/m2 with the number of macrozoobenthos species found there are 9 species of gastropods and 5 species of bivalves. The relationship of sediment organic matter content to macrozoobenthos abundance was included in the moderate criteria with a correlation coefficient (r) -0.382.
SEDIMENT ORGANIC MATTER AND MAKROZOOBENTHOS ABUDANCE IN WATERS OF PURNAMA DUMAI Gurning, Misael; Nedi, Syahril; Tanjung, Afrizal
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 3 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (738.829 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.2.3.214-223

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This research was conducted at April 2019 in Waters of Purnama Dumai. The aim of the study was to analyze the content of organic sediment and macrozoobenthos abundance and the relationship of organic sediment with macrozoobenthos abundance. The method used was a survey method consisting of 4 stations with 3 replications at each station. Sampling was carried out in the field and then taken to the Marine Chemistry Laboratory for analysis of sediment and organic material fractions. The results showed that the average content of organic sediment material in Waters of Purnama Dumai is 66,47 % and the content of organic sediment material between different stations is not significantly different (P>0,05) while the abundance of macrozoobenthos is 32 ind/m2 and the abundance of macrozoobenthos between stations was not significantly different (P>0,05). The relationship between the organic matter content of sediments and the abundance of macrozoobenthos has a value (r) = 0,235797 which means it has a weak relationship.
ANALYSIS CONCENTRATION OF SURFACTANT ANIONIC AND THE RELATION WITH DIATOM ABUNDANCE IN BUNGUS WATER, PADANG WEST SUMATERA Rukiana; Nedi, Syahril; Nurachmi, irvina
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.3.1.1-10

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This research aims to analyze surfactant anionic concentration and diatom abundance that has been implemented at May 2018 in Bungus rivers, Padang. This Research were conducted in survey method, four station were eshtablished with three replication of each sampling station. Analysis of surfactant anionic and diatom content was done at Chemistry Oceanography Laboratory and diatom identification was performed at Biology Oceanography Laboratory. The results showed that surfactant content in the waters ranged from 0,309-0,773 ppm and diatom abundance based on laboratory test on ranged 40,7407-81,4815 Ind/l. The correlation of surfactant and diatom content in waters by using linear regression y = Y = 94.56 -66.8x with correlation coefficient r = 0,809 and correlation water quality parameters with diatom abundance by using multiple linear regression Y= 787,189 -238,828X1 -9,032X2 -6,185X3 +5,371X4 +303,081X5 -35,631X6 with determination regression 0,995 and correlation coefficient r = 0,997.
ANALYSIS OF NITRATE CONCENTRATION, PHOSPHATE AND SILICATE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ABUNDANCE OF PLANKTONIC DIATOMS IN MERAL WATERS, KARIMUN DISTRICT Rozalina; Nedi, Syahril; Nurachmi, irvina
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 3 No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.3.1.60-68

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Input of nutrients into the waters from various human activities (residential and industry) has the potential to cause changes in the physical, chemical and biological conditions of the waters. The study aims to determine the relationship of concentrations of nitrate, phosphate and silicate with the abundance of diatoms in the Meral waters. The method used is the survey method, the determination of the location of sampling is done by purposive sampling, data analysis (multiple regression). Based in the results of laboratory analysis nitrate concentrations ranged from 0,033 – 0,051mg/l, the phosphate concentration ranged from 0,076 – 0,086 mg/l, and silicate concentration ranged from 0,043 – 0,052 mg/l. The abundance of diatoms in Tanjung Tiram waters ranged from 90,3 – 208,3 ind/l. The results of statistical analysis of the relationship of nitrate, phosphate and silicate with the abundance of diatoms are expressed in terms of equation y = 58,460 + 904,562Nitrate – 251,562phosphate + 1573,489Silicate. This statement explains the concentration of nitrate, silicate positive (+) to the abundance of diatoms and phosphate related negative (-) to the abundance of diatoms. This condition shows that the nutrient concentration in these waters is relatively high so that it affects the abundance of diatoms.
POPULATION DENSITY AND LENGHT-WEIGHT REALTIONSHIP IN MANGROVE GASTROPOD Cerihidea cingulata AND Littoraria scabra OF PANGKALAN SESAI VILLAGE, DUMAI CITY Bariddah, Sania; Nasution, Syafruddin; Nedi, Syahril
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 3 No 3 (2020): Desember 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.3.3.193-201

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Cerithidea cingulata and Littoraria scabra are type of snail that use mangrove ecosystems as one of their habitat. Dumai is one of the industrial cities in the province of Riau, where various kinds of human activities can disrupt the ecosystem of mangroves and its associated biota. This research was conducted in October 2018 in the Mangrove Forest Area (PAB) of Pangkalan Sesai village of Dumai City, aiming to determine population densities and length-weight relationship of C. cingulata and L. scabra. The method used in this study is a survey method. Sampling was conducted by using the line transect method, where each station consists of 3 transects and each transect consists of 3 sampling points as replications. The results showed the population density of C. cingulata and L. scabra snails was higher than at stations near the Dumai river estuary compared with the population near by mangrove forest and length-weight relationship showed that the growth patterns of both C. cingulata and L. scabra were allometric negative and have strong correlation value.
Co-Authors ', Elizal A.A. Ketut Agung Cahyawan W Abdullah ' Afrizal Tanjung Al Usman Andhini, Nadia Andika Sitohang Anthony Hamzah Aqil Fikar Rivai Aras Mulyadi Aras Mulyadi Aritonang, Desy Novela Azhara Diana Bambang Pramudya Bariddah, Sania Barnes Silitonga Besri Nasrul Bintal Amin Bintal Amin Brilliant Esye Lousiana Damai S Harefa Denny B Hutagaol, Denny B Dessy Yoswaty Dianti Farhana Kamasela Edy T S Sihombing Effendi, Musanif Efriyeldi ' Efriyeldi, Efriyeldi Elizal ' Elizal, Elizal ESTY KURNIAWATI Etty Riani Fajri Ramayori Febri Wando Situmorang Feliatra ' Fuad, M Anwar Gurning, Misael Herlin Margaretha Situmorang Irvina Nurachmi Irvina Nurrachmi Irvina Nurrachmi Irwan Effendi Irwan Irwan Islamiati, Bening Jumahat Siregar, Jumahat Lazuardi, Andika Manik, Yolanda Manik, Yolanda Manuwoto Manuwoto Mayang Shintana, Mayang Michael Prawira, Michael Muhammad Amien Musrifin Ghalib Mutia, Safira Nababan, Sumiati Friesledi Nursit Wijayanto Nursyirwani Nursyirwani Pasaribu, Ridwan Saiful Basri Paul Rozeki Sinaga Presti Parbo, Annisa Puspita, Sarah Putra Utama, Rinol Putri, Rahmi Delima Rachmadani Rambe, Sakinah Rahmad Hidayat Rasmiati, Eva Rica Purnama Sari Ridowan Kolif Rifardi ' Rio Aprialis Safitra Riska Khaironisa Ronaldy Saputra Simamora, Ronaldy Saputra Rukiana Sihaloho, Elpon Simanjuntak, Benny Ly Sofyan Husein Siregar Suardi ' Sumiati Friesledi Nababan Suriyanto Suriyanto Syafruddin Nasution Syukri Fajar Tampubolon, Theresia Tengku Rahma Lopi Tomi Suhendra Wage Pranowo Yenisustri Ani Yulina Sari Yunus, Budi Andri Yusni Ikhwan Yusni Ikhwan Siregar Yusni Ikhwan Siregar Zulkifli '