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ANALYZING THE EFFECT OF INDIAN OCEAN DIPOLE PHENOMENON TO THE ANOMALIES DISTRIBUTION OF SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN WEST SUMATERA Nabila Afifah Azuga; Musrifin Galib; Elizal
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 3 No 3 (2020): Desember 2020
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Universitas Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.3.3.260-270

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The waters of West Sumatera that face directly into Indian Ocean is strongly influenced by Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) phenomenon which caused an anomaly of sea surface temperature (SST) and affect rainfall intensity in the West Sumatera Province. This research was aimed to know the effect of IOD on the distribution and anomaly of SST and rainfall intensity in West Sumatera. Data processing methods in this research is using statistical and descriptive. The data used in this research are NOAA OI-SST, Dipole Mode Index (DMI), and rainfall data from BKMG. The results showed that IOD positive occured in October 2018 and the IOD negative occured in July 2016. During the positive IOD, SST distribution values were 28 ˚C – 28,8 ˚C and SST anomaly values were ​​-1,2 to -0,4, in the negative phase the distribution of SST values were 29,8 ˚C – 30,35 ˚C and the SST anomaly values were 0,15 to 0,7. The rainfall intensity during positive IOD phase is 157 mm/month and during negative IOD phase is 525 mm/month.
PEMBERDAYAAN KELOMPOK PKK DAN MASYARAKAT MELALUI PEMANFAATAN BUAH PEDADA (Sonneratia caseolaris) DI DESA SEPAHAT, KECAMATAN BANDAR LAKSAMANA, KABUPATEN BENGKALIS Irvina Nurrachmi; Musrifin Galib; Dessy Yoswaty; Bintal Amin; Nursyirwani; Ragiel Ramadhan; Sari R. Al Haura; Rahma I. Utami; Dewi A. Mahmudah; Zurya Hanifa; Ilham Yurestira; Melania Syahada; Rajiv R. Putra; Ernanda P. Darmawan; Muhammad Hafizh
Journal of Rural and Urban Community Empowerment Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)
Publisher : Fakultas Perikanan dan Kelautan Universitas Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (505.672 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/jruce.2.1.56-62

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Pedada fruit is a mangrove fruit that lives in brackish waters which grows a lot in coastal areas, especially in Bengkalis Regency, namely Bandar Laksamana District, Sepahat Village. The base of the pedada fruit is wrapped in flower petals, and is non-toxic. Sepahat villagers rarely consume Pedada fruit directly because of its sour taste, so a lot of it is wasted. The fruit contains untapped nutrients. Besides being able to be consumed directly, Pedada Fruit can also be processed into high-value food products such as jam, syrup, and candy because of its high vitamin C content. By seeing this potential, an idea emerged to make the Pedada fruit food processing technology as a high-selling product. The purpose of this community service activity is to provide great added value in terms of the results of food product technology, thereby increasing economic value and income for the Sepahat Village Community, as well as increasing the knowledge of the community. The method used in this activity was counseling on the benefits and processing of Pedada fruit. This activity produces processed pedada fruit products in the form of syrup, jam, and candy as well as increasing the creativity of human resources in Sepahat Village, Bandar Laksamana District, Bengkalis Regency to create a food product home industry.
ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF BLOOD CLAMS (Anadara granosa) IN COASTAL WATERS OF MEKARBARU VILLAGE KEPULAUAN MERANTI Hendra; Efriyeldi efriyeldi; Musrifin Galib
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.3.1.11-19

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This research is expected to find out how abundance and distribution of blood clams (Anadara Granosa) in coastal waters of Mekarbaru village, Kepulauan Meranti District. In good conditions or during the season in a particular month there is more capture compared to when it is not in season. Analyze using descriptive analysis research methods using survey methods. The materials used in this study were blood clam samples (A.granosa), and aquades for tool rinsing. The results of this study can be concluded that the average abundance of blood clams of A. granosa in the coastal waters of Mekarbaru Village, Kepulauan Meranti District is different. The highest average blood clam abundance was found at station III which was 21.86 Ind / m2 and the lowest was at station II which was 19.63 Ind/m2. The size distribution of blood clams A. granosa can be seen that dominating is the size of <25 mm (small), while the size of 25-30 mm (Medium) is only found at each station. The abundance of small blood clams A. granosa is influenced by the content of sediment organic matter and water quality in the coastal waters of Mekarbaru Village, Kepulauan Meranti Regency.
ANALYSIS OF YELLOWFIN TUNA (Thunnus albacares) FISHING GROUND BASED ON SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND CHLOROPHYLL-A IN THE WEST SUMATERA WATERS Ridwan Habibullah; Mubarak; Musrifin Galib
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.3.3.236-247

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This research was conducted on September 2019 in west Sumatera waters which was aimed to find out the level of aquatic productivity, to analyze the yellowfin tuna fishing ground and to find out the corelation between sea surface temperature (SST) and chlorophyll-a with the total catch of yellowfin tuna. In conducting the research, survey and spatial analyze were used as the method. The highest total catch of yellowfin tuna was on October 2019 with the total 60.610 kg and the CPUE 166 kg/trip. On the other hand, the lowest total catch was on June with the total 18.080 kg and CPUE 92,7179 kg/trip. Based on the result of the CPUE, October is the best month for fishing. The correlation coefficient between SST and total catch in 2018 was -0.69 which mean there was a negative correlation. Meanwhile, the correlation chlorophyll-a with the total catch was 0.65 which mean the corelation between both variables were not good
MICROPLASTIC DISTRIBUTION IN SEDIMENTS IN COASTAL OF PARIAMAN CITY, WEST SUMATERA PROVINCE Kalfin Putra Triau Sianturi; Bintal Amin; Musrifin galib
Asian Journal of Aquatic Sciences Vol 4 No 1 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/ajoas.4.1.73-79

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Pariaman City is a tourist destination in West Sumatra which in turn may be vulnerable to plastic waste pollution. This study was conducted in February 2020 in the coastal area of Pariaman City with the aim to determine the type and abundance of microplastic and to determine if there are any differences in the number of microplastics between stations and between depths of the sediment. The Survey method was applied and collected data from the field as well as from laboratory analysis were then analyzed and discussed. The results of the study showed that the type of microplastics found from the studied area were fragments, films, and fibres. The most common type found was fibre (59.01 %). The average abundance of microplastics at each station ranged from 178.89 – 235.56 particles/kg of dry sediment. The lowest abundance was at station 1 and the highest was at station 3. The average abundance of microplastic at 0-10 cm depth of dry sediment layer was 199.26 particles/kg and 220.00 particles/kg of dry sediment at 10-20 cm depth. ANOVA and t-test analysis showed that the quantity of microplastic between stations and between two different depths was not significantly different (p >0,05).