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COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 25498223     DOI : https://doi.org/10.29244/COJ.5.1
Core Subject : Agriculture, Social,
COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal) memiliki ISSN Online: 2549-8223 adalah Jurnal yang dikelola oleh Pusat Kajian Sumberdaya Pesisir dan Lautan, Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat (LPPM), IPB University, dengan tujuan menyebarluaskan informasi tentang perkembangan ilmiah bidang pengelolaan wilayah pesisir dan lautan di Indonesia. Yang dimaksud dengan perkembangan ilmiah, pengelolaan, inovasi dan teknologi bidang pesisir dan lautan di Indonesia antara lain: Pengelolaan Perikanan, Pengolahan Hasil Laut, Bioteknologi Kelautan, Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Perairan, Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Pesisir dan Lautan, Pemetaan Wilayah Pesisir dan Laut, Hukum dan Sosial Ekonomi Wilayah Pesisir dan Laut, Sistem Sosial dan Ekologi Pesisir dan Lautan, Jasa Ekosistem Pesisir dan Lautan, Konservasi Sumberdaya Pesisir dan Laut serta Pengendalian Pencemaran Lingkungan Pesisir dan Lautan. Berdasarkan Surat Keputusan ISSN LIPI bahwa Coastal and Ocean Journal telah terdaftar dalam ISSN online dengan Nomor SK no. 0005.25498223/JI.3.1/SK.ISSN/2017.03 - 8 Maret 2017. Naskah yang masuk ke COJ akan dicek mengenai pedoman penulisannya oleh Administrasi, apabila sudah sesuai akan direview oleh 1 (satu) orang Dewan Penyunting dan 1 (satu) orang Mitra Bestari (Peer-Reviewer) berdasarkan penunjukan dari Ketua Dewan Penyunting. Keputusan diterima atau tidaknya suatu naskah menjadi hak dari Ketua Dewan Penyunting berdasarkan atas rekomendasi dari Dewan Penyunting dan Mitra Bestari. Jurnal COJ terbit 2 kali dalam 1 tahun (Juni dan Desember) Focus and Scope Pengelolaan Perikanan Pengolahan Hasil Laut Bioteknologi Kelautan Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Perairan Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Pesisir dan Lautan Pemetaan Wilayah Pesisir dan Lautan Kebijakan dan Ekonomi Wilayah Pesisir dan Lautan Sistem Sosial dan Ekologi Pesisir dan Lautan Jasa Ekosistem Pesisir dan Lautan Konservasi Sumberdaya Pesisir dan Lautan Pengendalian Pencemaran Lingkungan Pesisir dan Lautan
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IDENTIFIKASI PERALATAN KESELAMATAN KAPAL PADA KAPAL LATIH KM. JALA JANA 05 DI PARIAMAN, SUMATERA BARAT Ratih Purnama Sari; Lalu Achmad Jani Qhadaffi; Suci Asrina Ikhsan
COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal) Vol. 4 No. 2 (2020): COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal)
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Kapal latih KM. Jala Jana 05 merupakan kapal latih Sekolah Usaha Perikanan Menengah (SUPM) Pariamandimana dalam pengoperasiannya menggunakan alat tangkap pancing ulur (hand line). Aktivitaspengoperasian alat tangkap pada kapal ikan memiliki peluang kecelakaan yang tinggi. Hal ini berlaku jugaterhadap keselamatan pekerja mulai dari aktivitas persiapan baik di pelabuhan, menuju fishing ground,hingga kembali ke darmaga. Aspek yang diamati adalah jenis perlengkapan keselamatan jiwa, peralatanbantu navigasi, alat perlindungan diri beserta jumlahnya. Berdasarkan hasil identifikasi yang dilakukanpada kapal KM. Jala Jana 05 diperoleh bahwa beberapa alat keselamatan diatas kapal dan alat navigasiterdiri dari sekoci/rakit penolong, pelampung penolong (life buoy), baju penolong (life jacket), VFH DSC,pemadam kebakaran, kompas magnet, peta laut, GPS, dan echo sounding device. Alat pelindung diri KM. JalaJana 05 yang terdapat di kapal adalah sarung tangan sebanyak 2 kotak, kacamata kerja sebanyak 3 unit,serta 1 kotak alat P3K.Kata Kunci: kapal latih, KM. Jala Jana 05, Pariaman, peralatan keselamatan
RESPON IKAN KARANG PADA AREA APARTEMEN IKAN DI PERAIRAN TOBOLOLO DAN GAMALAMA KOTA TERNATE Aditiyawan Ahmad
COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal)
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Fish apartment is a management actions to maintain the presence of coral fish that serves as a new habitat well as shelter and spawning. The number of fish apartment at each location is 20 units. The present study aimed at assessment the response of coral fish to the fish apartment based on the species and number of individuals coral fish. Total species found in the area of fish apartment as much as 7 families and 9 species with a total of 241 individual coral fish in the Tobololo, while 12 families and 23 species with a total of 567 individual. Moreover, the juvenile of coral fish is not identified with a size of 2-3 cm, the number of individuals in Tobololo 154 and 275 in Gamalama. The response of coral fish positively to the fish apartment evidenced by an increase in abundance and the percentage of the number and types of coral fish. So that management action with fish apartment approach provides a positive impact on the presence of coral fish as a new habitat and supports the corals juvenile.
KEBUTUHAN PENGELOLAAN WISATA DI PULAU GILI LABAK, SUMENEP: EUFORIA DESTINASI WISATA BARU Fery Kurniawan; Robba Fahrisy Darus; Irfanudin Rizaki
COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal)
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Gili Labak Island has a very beautiful natural potential, both on land and sea. Location close to the mainland make this small island a new tourism destination that is in demand of local and regional travelers and able to create new economic resources. The euphoria is creating new pressures on the environment and coastal ecosystems, especially the lack of detailed tourism management on the island, so that tourists and tourism actors that come in large numbers to perform activities freely without regard to the existing the vulnerability and the carrying capacity of ecosystems. The paper focuses on the impacts and the responses of existing and needed to build sustainable tourism of small island travel. A DPSIR (drivers, pressures, states, impacts and responses) framework is used to explore the causes and consequences on coastal ecosystems of tourism activities that is not managed properly, so the management can be arranged as needed. Detailed zoning system and the ecotourism concept needs to be applied according to the vulnerability, carrying capacity and resilience of the ecosystem of the island. Increasing the capacity of the community and travel must be conducted to ensure the sustainability of tourism and the island management.
EFFECTIVENESS OF SUB ZONE CETACEAN PROTECTION IN MARINE PROTECTED AREAS SAVU SEA NATIONAL MARINE PARK, EAST NUSA TENGGARA Mujiyanto Mujiyanto; Adriani Sri Nastiti; Riswanto Riswanto
COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017): COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal)
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The zonation review and evaluation took into account habitat protection areas and categorised migration routes. In addition, the sustainability of fishery resources is maintained, as people in Savu Sea depend on fishery resources. The objectives of this research are to analyse the effectiveness of sub-zone cetacean protection for Savu Sea National Marien Park. The research stations were watering inside and outside in Savu Sea National Marine Park. The sampling of the research was conducted on 2015 and 2016, collecting data using a zig-zag transect by observation method of collecting data sighting cetacean with single observer platform. The results of sub-zone cetacean protection against Southwest Sumba waters, West Sumba and East Timor Land need to be reviewed if referring the current zoning area. Sub-zone for areas to protect sustainability cetacean need to be adjusted addition and alteration of fishery zone, the area of Southwest Sumba, West Sumba and Central Sumba is ± 445,567.44 ha and ± 239,307.52 ha to around East Timor Land waters. Extensive re-evaluation of existing protection sub-zones is requiring. A review of extent to efectiveness water areas attend the conflict of interest in needs of fisherman to catch and migration route of cetacean.
MANAGEMENT OF SEA RESOURCES BASED ON LOCAL WISDOMS IN CONSERVATION OF ISLAND KEI IN MALUKU TENGGARA REGENCY Natelda R. Timisela; Hellen Nanlohy; Ignatia Dyahapsari
COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017): COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal)
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The aim of research to determine the potential and use of marine resources, describe the values of local wisdom that have relevance to the management of marine resources, and describe forms of marine resource management. The research method used is survey method, by conducting in-depth interviews and focus group discussions. The research location is located in Kei Island conservation area, Pulau-Pulau and the surrounding waters, Southeast Maluku Regency. Data were analyzed descriptively qualitative by describing all variables examined clearly and accurately. The results showed that the Kei Islands have incredible potential of the region, has the potential of fisheries and aquaculture is quite high and the fishery management area of strategic importance. The management of the area with the local wisdom approach of the community is carried out for generations, namely the culture of the sea and the culture of eating together. Local wisdom that is run so far strongly supports the determination of watershed conservation area. The forms of marine resource management in the conservation area is still governed by the rules verbally as is customary informal. The threat to the conservation of marine resources need to be aware through an integrated supervision sustainability of marine resources in order to remain protected, conservation and sustainable development. Keywords management, conservation area, local wisdom, community.
SPATIAL ANALYSIS IDENTIFICATION OF IDEAL AREAS CONSERVATION LOCATION IN TUAL CITY, MALUKU PROVINCE Taufik Abdillah; Christian Novia N. Handayani; Dirga Daniel
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Tual City is the one of eleven districts / cities in Maluku Province. The city includes an archipelago town, has 66 islands divided into 3 island clusters, covering the cluster of Kur islands, Tayando Tam and Dullah. The sea area reaches 19,088 Km2, while the land area is 254.39 km2. The size of the sea in this area indicates the high utilization potential of both fisheries and tourism sector. Based on these, needed resources management the coastal and marine resources effectively, one of them by developing conservation area in coastal area and small islands. Tual City took the initiative to allocate part of its area to be reserved as a marine conservation area. The target of the formation of urban water conservation area Tual is the protection of important marine habitats consisting of coral reefs, seagrass and mangrove, sea turtle nesting beaches and connectivity larvae. This study was conducted to obtain potential locations of marine conservation areas that have high conservation value. Analysis of spatial data using Marxan analysis. This analysis was chosen because it provides the best solution for determining locations that have high conservation value. The results of the study indicate that the area of selected high frequency locations is 125,000 hectares, while 40,000 hectares and 64,000 hectares low. Selected high-frequency locations are in the cluster of Kur islands, Tayando Tam and in the waters north of Mas Island and Bair. Based on this study, the cluster of Kur and Tayando Tam islands become the recommended sites requiring the management of marine conservation areas as they are representative of all conservation targets. Keywords Marine Protected Area, Marxan, and Tual City
IDENTIFICATION OF CONSERVATION PRIORITY LOCATION IN INDONESIA BASED ON LAND-SEA CONNECTIVITY Christian Novia N Handayani; Estradivar; Dirga Daniel; Oki Hadian; Khairil Fahmi Faisal; Dicky Sucipto; Puteri Maulida
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The environment quality around those rivers and canals will affect the health of the coastal ecosystem and biota living in it. Empirically, there is an ecological connection between ecosystem in coastal areas and between coastal areas to the mainland and the high seas. Therefore, marine spatial planning should consider any change on landscape upstream. The aim of this study was to define new locations which have high conservation value based on connectivity between terrestrial and marine. The method used in this study was spatial analysis using systematic conservation planning approach with Marxan as the decision support tool. Marxan works based on scenarios developed by spatial planner. This study was using two primary scenarios: first, consider the existing protected areas; second did not consider the existing protected areas (PAs) to identify the gaps between new priority locations and the existing PAs. The data used in this study were basic spatial data, ecological data, and biodiversity data from various sources. The study area were all islands of Indonesia, devided into seven clusters. Based on those two scenarios, the result of the study shows that there are 108 locations in Indonesia which identified as areas which have high conservation value and also hold potential land-sea connection at once, inside and outside existing protected areas. Based on this study, if in the future the stakeholder have plans to do intervention in those areas primary in conservation field, those identified locations could be considered as new areas. Keywords Spatial analysis, Marxan, Conservation, Connectivity, Land-sea
MARINE PROTECTED AREA NETWORK DESIGN: CASE STUDY OF MALUKU PROVINCE Estradivar; Christian Novia N Handayani; Dirga Daniel; adib Mustofa
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Since 2014, the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries has started to initate the development of MPA Network in several provinces in Indonesia. The objective of this study is to provide scientific recommendations to the government and stakeholders on MPA Network design that maximizes the ecological functions, protects critical marine habitats and maintains fisheries stocks. Multi-stages spatial analysis and larva connectivity modelling using the best available data in a provincial level were applied. Until December 2015, Maluku Province had seven MPAs with a total of 288,414 ha. Based on spatial analysis, those MPAs had good Replication of critical habitats, but low Representation of critical habitats (3,8% from 20% of ideal representation percentage) that were protected within MPAs. Besides that, only five out of seven MPAs that were connected, i.e. the distance between MPAs is less than 100 km, meanwhile the other two MPAs were isolated from other MPAs. Maluku Province also had several nodes of strong larva connectivity values. This study demonstates the potential to develop an MPA Network in Maluku Province under these several considerations: (1) build new MPAs in several locations such as Buru Island, Maluku Barat Daya, Aru Islands, etc. (2) enlarge the existing MPAs, especially the small size MPAs, and (3) strengthen the roles and functions of management bodies in each MPA and promote an integrated management plan development with all MPA management bodies. Keywords MPA Network, Maluku Province, 3K (Representation, Replication and Connectivity), Larva Connectivity
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE WAKATOBI NATIONAL PARK ZONATION SYSTEM AND DYNAMICS OF CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM CONDITION Fikri Firmansyah; Adib Mustofa; Estradivar; Adrian Damora; Christian Novia N Handayani; Jill Harris; Gabby Ahmadia; Amkietiela; Klaas J. Teule; Sugiyanta; Veda Santiadji; Anton Wijonarno; Muhammad Yusuf
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The zonation can be evaluated by observing changes in ecosystem and social status in Wakatobi National Park (Taman Nasional Wakatobi – TNW). Coral reef ecosystem is one of the parameters indicating the effectiveness of zonation system. This study grouped TNW zones into No Take Zone (NTZ – area larang ambil; ZI, ZPB, ZPr) and use zone (UZ – area pemanfaatan; ZPL, ZPU) to determine impact of zonation implementation between 2009 – 2016 on coral reef ecosystem. Three parameters (benthic coverage, fish abundance and fish biomass) were determined by Point Intercept Transect (PIT) and underwater visual census (UVC) methods and all of these data were tested using two-way ANOVA. Hard coral coverage fluctuated between 19 – 32% however, NTZ and UZ had no significant hard coral cover differences (F=2,182, df=1, P=0,14). Abundance of carnivour fish (F=0,53, df=1, P=0,46) and herbivour fish (F=1,98, df=1, P=0,17) were similar between those two zones. Fish bombing and poisoning were two major threats until 2007. However, sand mining and waste management has overcome two previous major threats by 2017. Zonation system and its implementation can be one of mangement effectiveness indicators. Support Wakatobi National Park Authority, it is recommended to apply harvest control rules (HCR), regular patrol and monitoring and stakeholders capacity buiding. Keywords Benthic cover; fish abundance; fish biomass
COASTAL AND MARINE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT EFFORTS THROUGH CONSERVATION EDUCATION AT EARLY AGE IN THE PARI ISLAND, SERIBU ISLANDS Sarah Rosemery Megumi Wouthuyzen; Nurdien Harry Kistanto; agus Hartoko; Sam Wouthuyzen
COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017): COJ (Coastal and Ocean Journal)
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The purpose of this study are to introduce coastal resources conservation education and to examine perception of children aged 8-9 years (second grade) of the elementary school, SDN 01 morning Pari Island and also their parents in managing the sustainable of coatal living resources (SDHP) in the future. A qualitative approach in form of action research is used in this study. Data collection was done by observation method, test (pretest and postest) and non test (observation sheet of student and teacher activity, parent interview and key informant) instruments. All data were then analyzed using descriptive method. Results show that the implementation of SDHP conservation education in children aged 8-9 years effectively improve their knowledge and attitude regarding the effort in conserving and managing the SDHP, which expected that the students become agents of change as they grow into adults. On the other hand, the student’s parents strongly support the teaching of conservation and management of SDHP in the early age, since this age is the golden age for them. Unfortunately, in this study there are still many adults community who are reluctant to teach conservation education of SDHP directly to their children, since they are busy in managing their rapidly growing tourism business. In addition, the subject of conservation education of SDHP is still considered not mandatory to be taught. Keywords Conservation education of SDHP, Early age students (8-9 years), Parents, Pari Island