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Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27211525     DOI : https://doi.org/10.29244/HAJ.1.2.1
Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management (Habitus Aqua J; e-ISSN 2721-1525) is published by Department of Aquatic Resource Management, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, IPB University. Habitus Aquatica is published periodically twice a year, containing the peer reviewed publication of basic and applied research articles in a broad range of subject areas relevant to aquatic and fisheries science. The journal publishes articles, short communications, and reviews that contribute to a scientific understanding in the areas of Aquatic Science including and related to structure and dynamics of aquatic ecosystems, impacts and adaptations to pollution and global changes, socio-economical analysis of environmental benefits, impacts and bioconservation, ecosystems restoration and ecological engineering; and Fisheries Science including fisheries biology, aquaculture, environment, chemistry and biochemistry.
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Pemanfaatan dan musim penangkapan kepiting jangkang (Macrophthalmus japonicus de Haan 1835) di perairan pesisir timur Kota Surabaya Hari Subagio
Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/HAJ.1.1.23

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Fishing activities on the east coast of Surabaya use a variety of simple fishing gear. One who tries to fish by picking crabs as the target of the catch. Fishermen use a sled (skilot) gliding over a stretch of mud to launch a catching target in the form of a sentinel crab (Macrophthalmus japonicus) whose carapace conditions are still soft. Crabs with hard carapace conditions are not captured by fishermen. This study aims to determine the species of sentinel crab resources the target is catching, the location of the catchment area of sentinel crabs and understand the pattern of the fishing season. The method used in the research is descriptive survei method. The study was conducted in February until July 2018. The research location was in the coastal city of Surabaya. Respondents were fishermen caught by sentinel crabs with catchment locations on the east coast of Surabaya City. To determine the type of species, samples were carried out several times on catches, each amounting to 25 sentinel crabs in soft carapace conditions. The location of the captured area is determined by the fishermen, while making a map of the location using the Arcview 3.3 program. The pattern of fishing season is done by determining the value of the Fishing Season Index (FSI). The results of the study are as follows: 1). The types of sentinel crabs that are targeted by fishermen are Macrophthalmus japonicus; 2). The fishing ground of the sentinel crab is on the tidal stretch with a muddy base in the East Coast region of Surabaya at coordinates 7014’24”–7015’05” South Latitude and 112048’09”– 112049’04” East Longitude; 3). The fishing season pattern for sentinel crabs based on the FSI is that the peak season successively takes place in the months: April(612,96%), and May (164,68%). Medium season: July (77,76 %), March (68,61%), February (64,04%), and January (59,47%). Low season: June (42,69%), November (36,59%), August (32,02%), October (18,30%), December (18,30%), and September (4,57%).
Biologi reproduksi lobster pasir (Panulirus homarus Linnaeus, 1758) di Teluk Palabuhanratu Novia Indah Kintani; Isdradjad Setyobudiandi; Yusli Wardiatno
Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/HAJ.1.1.1

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Lobster pasir (Panulirus homarus) adalah salah satu jenis lobster yang banyak dijumpai di Teluk Palabuhanratu. Pengelolaan dengan dasar aspek biologi reproduksi lobster diperlukan dalam menjaga kelestarian sumberdaya lobster pasir di alam. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis beberapa aspek biologi reproduksi dari lobster pasir (Panulirus homarus) di Teluk Palabuhanratu guna mengetahui musim pemijahan dan kondisi penangkapan lobster berkaitan dengan ukuran pertama kematangan seksual (Lm). Penelitian dilaksanakan pada Oktober 2016 hingga Maret 2017. Data yang diamati meliputi panjang karapas dan bobot lobster, selanjutnya dilakukan analisis laboratorium terhadap contoh lobster pasir betina bertelur. Lobster pasir yang diperoleh didominasi oleh dengan panjang karapas 45–50 mm. Ukuran pertama matang kelamin lobster betina sebesar 49,5 mm panjang karapas, dan ukuran pertama kali tertangkap lobster pasir betina dan jantan masing-masing 45,2 mm dan 45,7 mm panjang karapas. Selama bulan pengamatan ditemukan lobster pasir betina bertelur. Fekunditas lobster betina berkisar 25.000 hingga 151.000 butir per individu. Puncak musim pemijahan lobster terjadi pada bulan Oktober.
Sintasan benih ikan patin (Pangasius sp.) dengan perlakuan arang aktif cangkang sawit yang ditransportasikan dengan sistem tertutup Wisnu Murtiadji; Sulmin Gumiri; Renhart Jemi
Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/HAJ.1.1.16

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One of common problem in fishing industry is a high mortality rate of juvenile fish during transportation. The present research aimed to study the characteristics of palm oil activated carbon and its effect on the changes of water quality that can improve the survival rate of juvenile catfish (Pangasius sp.). During study, juvenile catfish was transported for 48 hours by a simulation in the room with two different treatments: water tanks supplied with granulated and powder activated carbon and one control. Results of FTIR analysis showed that the activated carbon contained several functional groups such as Alkanes, Carboxylic Acid and Amina. Activated carbon element content resulted from the SEM analysis consisted of C, O, Si, N, Zr, Cu, Al and K. After transformed as activated carbon, we found that water and organic C contents in oil palm shell decreased and, reversely, the ash content increased. The study revealed that the activated carbon powder was better to improve survival rate of juvenile catfish and maintain water quality compared to granule ones where the survival rates after 48 hour transportation were 47,5%, 11% and 0% with treatments of powdered activated carbon, granulated activated carbon and control, respectively.
Inventarisasi jenis ikan di Sungai Cibanten Kabupaten Serang Forcep Rio Indaryanto; Muta Ali Khalifa; Ani Rahmawati
Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/HAJ.1.1.33

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Daerah Aliran Sungai (DAS) Cibanten berhulu di Situ Cibanten yang merupakan kumpulan mata air dan kemudian mengalir hingga sejauh ± 42,07 Km dan bermuara di perairan Teluk Banten. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menginventarisasi jenis-jenis ikan di DAS Cibanten. Pengambilan sampel dilakukan pada bulan Mei-Juni 2017 dan pada bulan Oktober 2018 di daerah hulu, daerah tengah dan daerah hilir dari DAS Cibanten. Data dianalisis keanekaragaman dengan Indeks Shannon-wiener diversity index dan Index of Biotic Integrity. Selama penelitian didapat 80 ekor ikan dari 6 spesies, yaitu Tor sp., Rasbora aprotaenia, dan Puntius sealei di Hulu DAS; Barbonymus gonionotus dan Pterygoplichthys pardalis di Tengah DAS; serta Dermogenys pusilla di Hilir DAS. Berdasarkan nilai indeks keanekaragaman dan Index of Biotic Integrity, kesehatan ekosistem di DAS Cibanten sudah terganggu terutama di bagian tengah dan hilir.
Pengaruh morfologi pantai terhadap preferensi bersarang penyu sisik (Eretmochelys imbricata, Linneaus 1766) di Pulau Belanda dan Kayu Angin Bira I Putu Agus Widi Pranata; Fredinan Yulianda; Mirza Dikari Kusrini
Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Habitus Aquatica : Journal of Aquatic Resources and Fisheries Management
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/HAJ.1.1.38

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Decreased of population due to illegal hunting makes the hawksbill be a protected animal. In addition, this is allegedly due to presence of environtment parameters that are not in accordance with characteristic in hawksbill nesting habitat with the result that influencing on decreased of hawksbill population. This study purposed to assase the hawksbill nesting habitat and analyse morphology features that suspected influence nesting acativity of hawksbill in Belanda and Kayu Angin Bira island. The research was done on Augst 2017 in Belanda and kayu Angin Bira Island. Any several data was collected, that’s primary (beach slope and width) and secondary (data was collected in the past of 5 years, that’s from 2012 until 2016). The result showed width as the morphological features that influence the nesting preference of hawksbill.

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