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STUDI TENTANG KOMPOSISI JENIS HASIL TANGKAPAN PURSE SEINE BERDASARKAN LOKASI PENANGKAPAN DI PERAIRAN TANAH BERU KECAMATAN BONTO BAHARI KABUPATEN BULUKUMBA Mirnawati Mirnawati; Alfa F.P Nelwan; Mukti Zainuddin
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol. 6 No. 11 (2019)
Publisher : Hasanuddin University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jipsp.v6i11.6274

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk memetakan lokasi penangkapan ikan di perairan Tanah Beru kecamatan bonto bahari kabupaten bulukumba serta mendeskripsikan komposisi jenis hasil tangkapan purse seine berdasarkan lokasi penangkapan ikan. Penelitian ini diharapkan memberikan informasi jenis ikan yang tertangkap berdasarkan daerah penangkapan khususnya diperairan Tanah Beru kecamatan bonto bahari kabupaten bulukumba. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode studi kasus, data dikumpulkan dengan mengikuti operasi penangkapan ikan secara langsung selama 30 trip operasi penangkapan. Parameter yang diamati adalah deskripsi alat tangkap, alat bantu, metode pengoperasian, jenis ikan dan jumlah hasil tangkapan, dan komposisi jenis hasil tangkapan. Hasil penelitian menjelaskan bahwa komposisi hasil tangkapan tertinggi berada pada interval jarak 1,07- 1,88 km dengan berat total mencapai 1527 kg. sedangkan terendah berada pada interval jarak 1,88 - 2,69 km dengan total hasil tangkapan sebanyak 60 kg. Kata kunci: Perairan Tanah Beru, Kabupaten Bulukumba, Komposisi jenis hasil tangkapan, Purse Seine
Dinamika Perubahan Suhu dan Klorofi-a Terhadap Distribusi Ikan Teri (Stelophorus sp) di Perairan Pantai Spermonde, Pangkep Safruddin Safruddin; Mukti Zainuddin; Joeharnani Tresnati
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol. 1 No. 1 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jipsp.v1i1.64

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The distribution of anchovies (Stelophorus spp) in the Spermonde coastal waters, Pangkep, was studied from satellite remotely sensed environment and catch data, using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Generalized Additive Model (GAM). The goal of this preliminary study was to investigate the relationship between sea surface temperature (SST) and sea surface chlorophyll-a concentration (SSC), and anchovies distribution. To describe their relationship, SST and SSC derived from Aqua/MODIS satellite were overlain with the positions of experimental fishing by local fishermen’s lift net (“Bagan perahu”). The experimental lift net operations were conducted in April to May 2008. The findings of this study showed that most of the anchovies distribution occurred in the coastal area. Anchovies distribution tended to be highest in the specific temperature of 28.8 - 29.3C and chlorophyll-a of 1.5 ‒2.5 mg.m . Furthermore, the SST and SSC in the coastal waters of Spermonde play a great role in determining the variability of the anchovies quantitative distribution in the study area. The results were supported by GAM prediction.  Due to lack of robust data, there is no detailed information on the optimum habitat preference of anchovies. Future work is needed to reveal the preferred habitat of anchovies with the consideration of more oceanographic parameters.
SKIPJACK TUNA IN RELATION TO SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND CHLOROPHYLL-A CONCENTRATION OF BONE BAY USING REMOTELY SENSED SATELLITE DATA Mukti Zainuddin
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis Vol. 3 No. 1 (2011): Elektronik Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis
Publisher : Department of Marine Science and Technology, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, IPB University

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Skipjack tuna is an important species targeting by pole and line fishery in Bone Bay. The distribution and abundance of this species tended to aggregate to the preferred bio-physical environments. To describe the short term relationship between skipjack tuna and oceanographic conditions and to visualize the predicted high catch areas, remotely sensed satellite based-oceanographic sea surface temperature (SST) and chlorophyll-a together fisheries data were used. Results indicated that the highest skipjack CPUEs were mainly found in coastal areas of Palopo and Kolaka both in 2007 and in 2009 during the period of study. The high tuna concentrations corresponded well with chlorophyll-a of 0.15-0.40 mg mg-3 and SST of 29.0-31.5 °C. The preferred ranges provide a good indicator for initially detecting potential skipjack fishing grounds. This study suggested that thermal and chlorophyll fronts as well as upwelling may important mechanisms in explaining the temporal and spatial dynamics of skipjack tuna distribution and abundance in Bone Bay.Keywords: skipjack tuna, potential fishing grounds, satellite images and fronts
ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AREA OF UPWELLING AND POTENTIAL FISHING ZONE IN MAKASSAR STRAIT Safruddin; Novia elvianti; Mukti Zainuddin; Amir Hamzah Muhiddin
Jurnal Ilmu Kelautan SPERMONDE Vol. 7 No. 2 (2021): Published February 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20956/jiks.v7i2.13962

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This study aims to describe the relationship between the upwelling area and the ZPPI area of ​​skipjack tuna using the Generalized Additive Model (GAM) method and to map out the distribution pattern of skipjack in Barru waters, Makassar Strait. The research was conducted in November and December 2020, located in Barru waters, Makassar Strait. The research method used two methods by collecting primary data in the form of catches by following the purse seine fishing operation in Barru and secondary data in the form of satellite imagery data on sea surface temperature and chlorophyll-a. The data were analyzed using the GAM and upwelling area analysis. The upwelling area was obtained from the combination of the referred values of the two parameters. The results showed that sea surface temperature parameters had a significant effect on the catch of skipjack tuna with favored range of 28.5 - 29.7 oC.  Preferred chlorophyll-a ranged from 0.15 to 0.23 mg m-3. We found that the upwelling event in the Flores sea does not have a direct effect on the distribution pattern of skipjack tuna, there is probably a time lag required after upwelling in which in turn has an impact on the distribution of skipjack tuna in the southern Malassar Strait. Keywords: skipjack distribution, Makassar Strait, upwelling area, Flores Sea, potential fishing zone area
Analisis Spasial dan Temporal Hasil Tangkapan Ikan Cakalang (katsuwonus pelamis) dan Thermal Front pada Musim Peralihan di Perairan Teluk Bone Angraeni, Angraeni; Rezkyanti, Nur Indah; Safruddin, Safruddin; Zainuddin, Mukti
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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The main problem facing by fishermen for capturing skipjack tuna is limited information of potential skipjack fishing areas such as the frontal locations. The purpose of this study was to analyze the spatial and temporal skipjack tuna distributions and thermal fronts, and to determine the effect of climate change on their distribution and abundance during transitional seasons. We used a survey method, in which catch and fishing position data were collected by following pole and line fishing operations. This study also collected secondary data that consisted of sea surface temperatures (SSTs) and chlorophyll-a derived from Aqua / MODIS. Fronts were determined by calculating SST gradient, SSTs preferences, chlorophyll-a, bathymetry and distance from coastline, whereas SST anomaly was calculated from the difference between monthly SST and mean SST. We mapped satellite and field data using ArcGIS 10.0. The results showed that the highest catch of skipjack tuna with an average of 205 fish/set were found inOctober 2013, which occurred in the areas of 4 o40S-5o10S and 120o40E-121oE. The locations had a temperature gradient of 0.4oC and chlorophyll-a density from 0,15 to 0,23 mg m-3. Potential fishing areas may associate with negative SST anomalies of -2.1373 - -0.6469oC, reflecting that skipjack tuna tend to be at thermal fronts with relatively lower SST compared with an average of seven years.  
Karakteristik Daerah Potensial Penangkapan Ikan Cakalang di Teluk Bone-Laut Flores Berdasarkan Data Satelit Suhu Permukaan Laut dan Klorofil-A pada Periode Januari-Juni 2014 Zainuddin, Mukti; Safruddin, Safruddin; Farhum, St. Aisjah; Nelwan, Alfa; Selamat, M. Banda; Hidayat, Sarip; Sudirman, Sudirman
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol 2, No 3 (2015)
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ABSTRAKTeluk Bone-Laut Flores merupakan salah satu daerah potensial penangkapan ikan cakalang terbaik di Indonesia timur.  Perairan tersebut menjadi target utama operasi penangkapan bagi nelayan pole and line. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mendeskripsikan karakteristik daerah potensial penangkapan ikan tersebut menggunakan data suhu permukaan laut (SPL) dan klorofil-a pada periode Januari-Juni 2014.  Penelitian ini menggunakan metode survei dengan mengumpulkan data hasil tangkapan dan posisi penangkapan setiap kali melakukan kegiatan penangkapan.  Data SPL dan klorofil-a dari citra satelit Terra/MODIS kemudian diekstrak dari lokasi penangkapan ikan cakalang untuk mempelajari kondisi oseanografi yang sesuai dengan keberadaan ikan tersebut.  Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa hasil tangkapan ikan cakalang tertinggi didapatkan pada bulan Mei yaitu sekitar 138 ekor/setting.  Hasil tangkapan tersebut bersesuaian dengan kondisi SPL berkisar antara 29,75°C dan 30,25°C dan konsentrasi klorofil-aantara 0,125 dan 0,213 mg m-3.  Kenyataan ini menunjukkan bahwa kedua faktor oseanografis tersebut menjadi indikator penting untuk memahami dinamika spasial pergerakan dan konsentrasi ikan cakalang di Teluk Bone terutama pada periode Januari-Juni.
Prediksi Daerah Potensial Penangkapan Ikan Pelagis Besar di Daerah Kabupaten Mamuju Safruddin, Safruddin; Zainuddin, Mukti; Rani, Chair
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
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Large pelagic species such as tuna are known to be abundant in Mamuju Waters,  Makassar Strait.  The distribution and abundance of the fish in that area are expected to be  related to the distributions of sea surface temperature and chlorophyll-a concentration. This study aims to predict spatial and temporal distribution of the species during the period of June 2013-May 2014.  Probability indices used for detection of tuna potential fishing zones (PFZs) were constructed from a model of satellite-based SST and chlorophyll data in relation to tuna fishery. Results showed that the occurrence of tuna species in Mamuju Water were mostly predicted in areas of 118°12’-118°48’ E 1°48’ – 2°30’S with the total area of approximately 7,495 km2.   The potential fishing zones were mainly found in August.  It was likely that tuna potential fishing zones associated with the preferred oceanographic factors throughout the study area.
Karakteristik Daerah Penangkapan Ikan Cakalang Pada Musim Barat di Perairan Teluk Bone Jufri, Adi; Amran, M Anshar; Zainuddin, Mukti
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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The purpose of this study was to characterize potential fishing ground for the skipjack tuna using the oceanographic conditions of sea surface temperature and chlorophyll-a concentrations and catch data, and to describe the level of primary productivity around the skipjack fishing grounds in the Bone Bay. This study used a survey method by collecting primary tuna catch and MODIS satellite image data. The data were analyzed using Empirical Cumulative Distribution Function (ECDF). The model outputs were visualized using ArcGIS spatial analyst.  The results showed that the potential skipjack tuna fishing grounds during the west monsoon ( December -February ) were well characterized  by  the environmental conditions of SST and chlorophyll- a concentration ranged from 29.9 to 31.0 °C and from 0.12 to 0.22 mg m3, respectively. The highest catches for skipjack were found in February in the specific areas of 120°E121°E and 3°S-4°S where the levels of primary production ranged from 5.30 to 11.62 g C/m/ month during the west monsoon. 
Keragaan Biologi Populasi Ikan Cakalang (katsuwonus pelamis) yang Tertangkap dengan Purse Seine pada Musim Timur di Perairan Laut Flores Mallawa, Achmar; Amir, Faisal; Zainuddin, Mukti
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol 1, No 2 (2014)
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Biological performance of skipjack tuna has been done in the Flores Sea during the  southeast monsoon (June - August, 2013).  The objective of the research was to analyze biological performance of skipjack tuna captured by purse seine: including size composition,age classes, growth rate, food habit, gonad maturity and suitable length for capture.  The data for length structure and age class, the growth rate,  food habit, gonad maturity,  and volumetric fecundity estimation were analyzed using Bhattacharya, Von Bertalanffy, propendance index, histological and volumentric methods, respectively. The results showed that (1) the size structure and age class were different according to the fishing ground location and the fishing season, (2) the average size of fishes captured in the western part of Flores Sea was greater than the eastern one, (3) the average length of fishes catched by purse seine without fish aggregation device (FAD, rumpon) was longer than  that of with FAD, (4) the growth rate of skipjack tuna was slow where the growth coefficient was less than 0,5 per year, and the asymptotic length was 106,0 cm FL, (5) the skipjack tuna achieved the mature stage at 45 cm and  at 50 cm length for female and male, respectively, and ready to spawn at 55 cm and 60 cm for male and female , respectively, (6) it was more than 80 % of fishes captured by fishermen in the Flores Sea which were not yet suitable size for fishing.
Dinamika Perubahan Suhu dan Klorofi-a Terhadap Distribusi Ikan Teri (Stelophorus sp) di Perairan Pantai Spermonde, Pangkep Safruddin, Safruddin; Zainuddin, Mukti; Tresnati, Joeharnani
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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The distribution of anchovies (Stelophorus spp) in the Spermonde coastal waters, Pangkep, was studied from satellite remotely sensed environment and catch data, using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Generalized Additive Model (GAM). The goal of this preliminary study was to investigate the relationship between sea surface temperature (SST) and sea surface chlorophyll-a concentration (SSC), and anchovies distribution. To describe their relationship, SST and SSC derived from Aqua/MODIS satellite were overlain with the positions of experimental fishing by local fishermen’s lift net (“Bagan perahu”). The experimental lift net operations were conducted in April to May 2008. The findings of this study showed that most of the anchovies distribution occurred in the coastal area. Anchovies distribution tended to be highest in the specific temperature of 28.8 - 29.3C and chlorophyll-a of 1.5 ‒2.5 mg.m . Furthermore, the SST and SSC in the coastal waters of Spermonde play a great role in determining the variability of the anchovies quantitative distribution in the study area. The results were supported by GAM prediction.  Due to lack of robust data, there is no detailed information on the optimum habitat preference of anchovies. Future work is needed to reveal the preferred habitat of anchovies with the consideration of more oceanographic parameters.