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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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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (500.676 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.2.1.1-11

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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.
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.
RELATIONSHIP OF ORGANIC MATERIAL WITH ABUNDANCE OF TOXIC BENTHIC DINOFLAGELLATA ON SEDIMENT IN WATERS OF TELUK BAKAU VILLAGE BINTAN REGENCY, RIAU ISLAND PROVINCE Afrizani, Syafrinaldi; Nurachmi, irvina; effendi, irwan
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
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Dinoflagellata was included in one of microalgae groups which are on waters of the sea and the river, it can be found on detritus floats, sediments, and also swim freely. This research done on May – June 2018 at waters of the mangrove bay village, Bintan Regency, Riau Island Province. The aims of this research was to know relationship between organic material concentration toward abundance of toxic benthic dinoflagellata on sediment. In addition, to analyzed organic material concentratin and amount of abundance of toxic benthic dinoflagellata on sediment in waters of Teluk Bakau. The method used was survey method which is the location of sampling is done by pursosive sampling. Measurement of water quality sampling done at any point, the surface water temperature range 31-33oC, 28-31 ‰ salinity, pH 8-9 and the current speed from 0.045 to 0.051 m / det.Perairan predominantly sandy gravel sediments, making an average of organic materials ditemukn at each station is 0.027%, 0.043%, 0.033%, 0.024%. The result of this research found 3 genus of toxic dinoflagellata, which are Prorocentrum, Gambierdiscus, and Ostreopsis. Poisonous dinoflagelatta can produced a several types of toxic that found the sea. The highest of abundance found at station 2 on 75,615 sel/m2 and the lowest found at station 1 on 35,176 sel/m2. the results of simple linear regression analysis the relationship between the concentration of organic material with the abundance of dinoflagellates has a positive relationship with the regression equation y = 32,913 + 556,13x
ANNALYSIS OF Pb, Cu AND Zn METAL CONTENTS IN RED CHUT-CHUT SNAIL (Cerithidea obtusa) AND SEDIMENT IN MENDOL ISLAND KUALA KAMPAR OF RIAU PROVINCE Sumanti, Susi; Nurachmi, irvina; Ikhwan Siregar, Yusni
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
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The study was conducted in July 2018. Sampling of sedut snails (Cerithidea obtusa) which was carried out in the waters of Mendol Island, Kuala Kampar District, Pelalawan Regency was aimed to determine the differences in the content of Pb, Cu and Zn between slugs and sediments and to know the consumption limits and the level of heavy metal pollution in the waters of Mendol Island. The method used in this study is the survey method. Sampling was determined using purposive sampling. The results of this study indicate the value of the metal content of Pb, Cu, and Zn in sedut snail highest at station 2, respectively: 9,2633 µg / g, 72,040 µg / g, 111,748 µg / g. Whereas for Pb, Cu, and Zn metals, the highest sediment was found at station 2, namely: 23.990 µg / g, 4.795 µg / g, 48.587 µg / g The results of linear regression analysis of Pb metal concentrations in snail meat showed negative results, and the concentration of Zn and Cu metals in snail meat showed positive results. namely Pb with a value of 14.1930 kg / week on Zn metal with a value of 111.7483 kg / week, while Cu metal at station 2 with a value of 72.0400 kg / week
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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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.
EFFECT OF PARTICLE SIZES AND CONTENT OF ORGANIC MATTER SEDIMENT ON EPIPELIC DIATOM ABUNDANCE IN BAYUR BAY WATERS OF WEST SUMATERA Benni; Husein Siregar, sofyan; 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.3.1.49-59

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The aim of this study is to determine the water quality, the particle size (mm) and the organic matter content sediment, the type and abundance of epipelic diatoms, and the effect of particle size and organic matter content of the sediment on the abundance of epipelic diatoms at Bayur Bay Waters. This study was conducted in June - July 2019. The survey method was applied in this study and sampling location determine by purposive sampling. The resullt of measurement of water quality parameter ranged salinity 29 ‰ - 34 ‰, pH 7-8, current speed of 0,10 m/s – 0,53 m/s, temperature 30,330C - 31,670C. The sediment types are grouped into four types, namely gravel, sandy gravel, gravelly sand, and sand. The average of particle size (Mz) ranged -1,37 Ø - 0,80 Ø. The organic matter on sediment ranged 2,46% -6,36%. Eleven species of epipelic diatoms was recorded namely Amphora sp, Cocconeis sp, Diploineis sp, Halamphora sp, Melosira sp, Navicula sp, Nitzschia sp, Pinnularia sp, Stephanodiscus sp, Isthmia sp and Synedra sp. The average value of abundance range 2.836 – 10.812 ind/cm2. Epipelik diatom abundance was not significantly different between the stations. The effect of sediment particle size on the abundance of epipelic diatoms by 34,37%. The effect of content of organic matter sediment on abundance of epipelic diatoms in Bayur Bay Waters by 51,78%.
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.
DISTRIBUSI PENCEMARAN DI PERAIRAN MUARA SUNGAI RIAU, KOTA TANJUNGPINANG, KEPULAUAN RIAU Aras Mulyadi; Sofyan Husein Siregar; Irvina Nurachmi
Jurnal Ilmu Lingkungan Vol 5, No 2 (2011): Jurnal Ilmu Lingkungan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jil.5.2.p.103-113

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Tanjungpinang city has developed so rapidly. This development is feared will give badimpact to the quality of the waters of Riau River Estuary because it deals directly with thevarious activities which taking place in the Tanjungpinang city. This research was carriedout by the method of survey in August 2011; aims to determine the potential and thedistribution of environmental pollution in the waters of Riau River Estuary. Identification ofpollution potential is sourced from marine (marine based) such as fisheries, ship traffic andmooring boats; and from land (land based) mainly urban waste, residential, hotel andrestaurant, tourism, agriculture, industry and mining. The majority of water quality ismeasured has exceeded the quality standard limit of waters Kepmen LH RI. 51/2004 inAppendix III (for marine biota life).