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SEBARAN LOGAM BERAT TERLARUT DAN TERENDAPKAN DI PERAIRAN TELUK JAKARTA Anma Hari Kusuma; Tri Prartono; Agus S Atmadipoera; Taslim Arifin
Jurnal Teknologi Perikanan dan Kelautan Vol 6 No 1 (2015): MEI 2015
Publisher : Fakultas Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan

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Jakarta Bay is a crowded area with many activities so that a gathering place for pollutants from the land that is transported through the 13 rivers that flow in Jakarta. The purpose of this research is to explain the process and sources of heavy metal with to compare distribution profile heavy metal in water and sediment in Transitional Season I and Transitional Season II in the Jakarta Bay. The research heavy metal in water and sediment in Jakarta Bay was conducted in September 2014. Analysis of heavy metal in water and sediment use procedure (APHA 2012). The results showed hydro-oceanographic condition in the Jakarta Bay for current velocity range from 0.002-0.028 m/s to wards west and southwest, the wind speed range 4-17 knot blowing to the southwest and tidal tipe of single of riding the tide of 0,84 m. The temperature range 28.9-30.2 °C, salinity range 29.5-30.6 psu, acidity (pH) range 7.80-8.17 and suspended solid (TSS) range 25-68 mg/l. Heavy metals in water for Pb range 0.006-0.016 ppm, Cd range 0.001-0.003 ppm, Cu range from 0.001-0.005 ppm, Ni range 0.001-0.016 ppm and Zn range 0.003-0.097 ppm. Heavy metal in sediment for Pb range 24.86-59.32 ppm, Cd range 0.32-3.49 ppm, Cu range 11.42-67 ppm, Ni range 19.80-39.85 ppm and Zn range 26.14 to 241.01 ppm. Distribution of heavy metal in water and sediment to indicated the sources of heavy metal in the Jakarta Bay largely derived input material from the terrestrial.
Specific Growth Rate of Chlorella sp. And Dunaliella sp. According to Different Concentration of Nutrient and Photoperiod Mujizat Kawaroe; Tri Prartono; Adriani Sunuddin; Dahlia Wulan Sari; Dina Augustine
Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Perairan dan Perikanan Indonesia Vol. 16 No. 1 (2009): Juni 2009
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Light and nutrient are factors that support the microalgae growth rate besides COB2B, temperature, and salinity. Microalgae growth of Chorella sp. and Dunaliella sp. were observed to determine the influences of different nutrient concentration and photo period. Microalgae cultivation was located at laboratory using 100 mL Erlenmeyer. The specific growth rate of microalgae was observed for different nutrient concentration and photo period of light treatments. Using Guillard/f2 nutrient, the highest specific growth rate for Chorella sp. was 0.227/d and 0.289/d for Dunaliella sp. The highest microalgae specific growth rate influenced different photo period was 0.39/d and 0.329/d, respectively. Finally, the highest specific growth rate for both cultivated species of microalgae was observed at 2V nutrient concentration and 24 hour period of light treatment.Keywords : Spesific growth rate, photoperiod, nutrient, Chlorella sp., Dunaliella sp.
CHARACTERISTICS OF LIPID BIOMARKERS (N-ALKANES, FATTY ACIDS, STEROLS, N-ALKANOLS AND ISOPRENOID) IN ESTUARINE SEDIMENTS OF MUARA ANGKE JAKARTA BAY AND CILINTANG-UJUNG KULON Mohammad Agung Nugraha; Tri Prartono; Harpasis Slamet Sanusi
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Kelautan Tropis Vol. 6 No. 2 (2014): Electronik 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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ABSTRACT Lipid biomarkers as specific organic compounds can be used to evaluate the possible contribution of organic carbon from different sources or to trace the biological origin of molecules. The purpose of this research was to assess the contribution of sedimentary organic of origin based on the characteristics of lipid biomarkers in the Muara Angke Estuary-Jakarta Bay and Cilintang-Ujung Kulon.  Single sediment sample were collected at the 10 cm deep from the top sediment.  Those samples were extracted by soxhlet apparatus and fractioned prior to GC-MS analysis.  All of those sediment showed different characteristics of biomarker (n-alkanes, fatty acid, sterol,n-alkanols and isoprenoid). They indicated the different of contribution of organic material inputs influenced by the activity of the upland and surrounding the estuary. Keywords: estuary sediment, GC-MS, lipids biomarkers
Relationship Between Light Intensity and Abundance of Dinoflagellate in Samalona Island, Makassar (Keterkaitan Intensitas Cahaya dan Kelimpahan Dinoflagellate di Pulau Samalona, Makassar) Albida Rante Tasak; Mujizat Kawaroe; Tri Prartono
ILMU KELAUTAN: Indonesian Journal of Marine Sciences Vol 20, No 2 (2015): Ilmu Kelautan
Publisher : Marine Science Department Diponegoro University

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Cahaya merupakan salah satu faktor penting dalam proses fotosintesis dinoflagellate dan pertumbuhan variabilitas harian. Intensitas cahaya memengaruhi aktivitas fotosintesis dan kelimpahan dinoflagellate. Studi ini bertujuan untuk menunjukkan pola kecenderungan kelimpahan dinoflagellate dan klorofil serta lama penyinaran terhadap kelimpahan dinoflagellate di Perairan Pulau Samalona. Penelitian dilakukan dengan menginkubasi sampel dinoflagellate kedalam botol sejak pagi-sore hari dengan inkubasi waktu pengamatan setiap 2 jam dengan ulangan sebanyak 3 kali. Pengambilan mencakup kelimpahan dinoflagellate, nutrient dan intensitas cahaya dalam perairan. Analisis data menggunakan regresi linear sederhana. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa nilai intensitas cahaya berkisar antara 50–3000 lux; kelimpahan dinoflagellate berkisar antara 9–1105 sel.L-1, dan kandungan klorofil a lebih dominan dengan kisaran  0.00069–0.50321 µg.L-1. Intensitas cahaya mempengaruhi kelimpahan dinoflagellate, namun pengaruh kandungan nutrient sangat kecil terhadap kelimpahan dinoflagellate. Pola kelimpahan dinoflagellate bervariasi dari pagi hingga sore hari yang dipengaruhi oleh intensitas cahaya dalam melakukan proses fotosintesis serta kondisi lingkungan lain seperti klorofil a dan nutrient. Hasil penelitian ini memberikan informasi variasi temporal harian kelimpahan dinoflagellate di Pulau Samalona, Makassar.
Karakteristik Biologi Populasi Kerang Sepetang (Pharella acutidens) di Ekosistem Mangrove Dumai, Riau Efriyeldi Efriyeldi; Dietriech G Bengen; Ridwan Affandi; Tri Prartono
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 40, No 1 (2012): Februari 2012
Publisher : Fakultas Perikanan dan Kelautan, Universitas Riau

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Characteristic of population biology of the “sepetang” clam has been studied inDumai mangrove ecosystem from November 2010 to October 2011. This researchwas to study the patterns of the population growth, mortality and recruitment ofthe clam P. acutidens. Sampling was monthlyfrom plot 1 m x 1 m quadratictransects. The result showed that growth pattern of P. acutidens was negativeallometric with asymptotic length (L∞) 92.71 mm.The annual growth coefficient(K) and total mortalitywere 0.59 and 1.87 per year, respectively. The naturalmortality was probably related to environmental condition. The recruitmentoccurred every month, the peaks occurred on April (15.93%) and August(13.16%).
OPTIMIZATION BACTERIAL DENSITY AND FERTILIZER DOSAGE FOR BIOREMEDIATION OF OIL CONTAMINATED SANDY BEACH: A CASE OF CILACAP, INDONESIA Yeti Darmayati; Harpasis S. Sanusi; Tri Prartono; Dwi Andreas Santosa; Ruyitno Nuchsin
BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology Vol. 24 No. 3 (2017)
Publisher : SEAMEO BIOTROP

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Bioremediation, involving biostimulation and/or bioaugmentation, is a promising method to overcome oil spills in Cilacap coastal waters. Cilacap coastal area has high risk on oil pollution. This study investigated the stimulatory effect of nitrogen concentration, bacterial density and the composition of bacterial culture in enhancing oil degradation in this area. The applications of 4 different concentrations of Slow Release Fertilizer (SRF) and 2 different densities of bacterial cells in the form of single (RCO/B/08_008) and mixed culture were employed in microcosm experiments for 28 days. The efficacy of combining bacterial culture and fertilizer application in various concentrations was also tested. Oil degradation, bacterial growth and environmental parameters were monitored periodically during the experiments. The results showed that oil degradation rate was more influenced by nutrient concentration (biostimulation) than bacterial number or culture composition (bioaugmentation) added. The efficacy of biostimulation in degrading oil was better than that of bioaugmentation. Biostimulation increased oil degradation up to 6.4 times higher than the control. The optimum of fertilizer concentration added was 7.5 mg N/g (C:N ratio of 1,000:75), which increased depletion rate both in biostimulation-only and the combination of biostimulation with bioaugmentation up to 6.4 and 7.5 times higher than the control, respectively. It is suggested that bioremediation of oil-contaminated sandy beach in Cilacap would be optimal by employing a combination of Slow Release Fertilizer at concentration having C/N ratio = 1,000 : 75 and RCO/B/08_008 culture at density of 0.5 x 108 cells/mL (100% homology with Alcanivorax sp. TE-9).