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Fisheries and Society
ISSN : -     EISSN : 2797104X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.35635
Core Subject : Agriculture,
Fisheries and Society is a journal of research and community empowerment which publishes a peer-reviewed article of the original papers, short communications, and reviews relating to fisheries science and community empowerment. Fisheries and Society accepted the articles with the topic on aquatic ecosystems, aquatic resources management, fish processing, fishing gear technology, socio-economics of marine fisheries, ichthyology, aquatic ecology, ecotourism, marine invertebrate, marine biology, marine ecology, fish genetics, population dynamics, resources assessment, conservation of aquatic resources and legislation, aquaculture, nutrition, pollution, fish health, and Community Empowerment.
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Species composition, density, gonad maturity stage and size of sea urchin at Wakatobi Archipelago, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia Nurqadri Syaia Bakti; La Nane
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 1, 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (240.419 KB) | DOI: 10.35635/fs.v1i1.2

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Sea urchin is echinoderm that body surface is covered with the spines. Sea urchin gonad has been consumed along time by the people at Wakatobi Archipelago. Sea urhin species is worried will be degraded. On the other hand, there is no study on species composition, density, size and maturity stage of sea urchins on Tolandono Island and Sawa Island, Wakatobi Regency. The purpose of this study was to determine the species composition, abundance, size and maturity level of sea urchin gonads. Sea urchin density was calculated with a 10 × 10 m transect quadrate. The data was analyzed by descriptive qualitatively. The results showed that in Tolandono Island and Sawa Island there were 4 types of sea urchins, namely Tripneustes gratila, Echinotrix calamaris, Diadema setosum and Echinoemetra sp. The size of urchin Tripneustes gratilla is ranging between 2.5 cm and 8.5 cm with the density 2 Ind./100 m2. Meanwhile, the gonad maturation stage (TKG) of Tripneustes gratila is at a 4.8 cm and spawned at a size 8–8.5 cm. TKG I is in the size range of 4.8–5 cm, TKG II is at 5.9–6.2 cm, TKG III is 6.4–6.6 cm, TKG IV is 6.8–7.5 cm and TKG IV is 6.8–7.5 cm. V in size 8.5 cm.
Training on how to make floating cage net for sea urchin culture at Desa Pisou, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Alfi Sahri Remi Baruadi; Sumrin Sumrin; La Nane
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 1, 2021
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Sea urchin is an abundant fisheries resources in Pisou Village, Pagimana District, Central Sulawesi. This abundance is caused by the high productivity of sea urchins and the lack of utilization by the local community. The high density of sea urchins causes the poor quality of gonad and taste. This is mainly caused by the insufficient availability of food in the nature that can be only improved by aquaculture. This community empowerment was conducted in the Pisou Village for 5 weeks from February-March 2020. The aim of this program is to cultivate sea urchins in improving the quality of sea urchin gonad by aquaculture. Another goal is to educate the local fishers on how to culture and utilized the gonad a seafood and crackers. The result of this activity is the availability of floating net cages at Desa Pisou Village that can be used for sea urchin cultivation.
Analysis of the relationship between length and weight, gonad maturity level, gonad maturity index and fecundity of the yellowstripe scad (Selaroides leptolepis Cuvier, 1833) Miranti Khairunisa Abudi; La Nane
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 1, 2021
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Yellowstripe scad (Selaroides leptopleptis) is an economically important fish species from small pelagic fishery resources in TPI, Tenda Village, Hulonthalangi Subdistrict, Gorontalo City. Gonad Maturity (TKG), Gonad Maturity Index (IKG), and condition factors of yellowstripe scad. The results of the research yellowstripe scad (Selaroides leptolepis) between males and females have a gonadal maturity index (IKG) of 0.013%–0.025%, with the number of gonadal maturity levels (TKG) I is 24, TKG II is 22, TKG III is 10 tail, TKG IV is 1 individual and TKG V is 5 individuals. The value of relationship value between length and weight of yellowstripe scad (Selaroides leptolepis) is W=0,3945L1,0487 with a value of b<3 (negative allometric). The relative condition factors varied from 0.9051–1.069. Meanwhile, the fecundity of yellowstripe scad (Selaroides leptolepis) ranged from 23.760-78.000 eggs.
Suritech (sea urchin technology): accelerating and increasing the production process of sea urchin gonad in Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia La Nane; Syamsu Alam Ali
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 1, 2021
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Suritech (sea urchin technology) is a technology machine for threshing sea urchin spines for the production of sea urchin egg kukure. Sea urchins are echinoderms whose entire body surface is covered with venomous spines. The purpose of this study was to determine the speed, capacity and production of sea urchin eggs based on the Suritech machine. The purpose of this research is to provide information on how to manufacture suritech machines in managing sea urchins. The Suritech machine is capable of producing 100 sea urchins per 4 minutes or 36.000 urchin per day. The production of sea urchin eggs by the Suritech machine is able to beat the production of sea urchin eggs in Japan, which is only around 27.000 tons per day. Thus, the use of the Suritech machine as a thresher of sea urchin spines is expected to increase fishermen's income and position South Sulawesi as the center of sea urchin egg production in Indonesia.
The types of marine biota that live in the mangrove ecosystem, in the village of Kombot, South Bolaang Mongondow Regency Ogin Sutanto Mokoagow; Tiara Septiani Lawadjo
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 1, 2021
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Mangrove ecosystem is a transitional ecosystem between land and sea or with waters around river mouths. In the mangrove habitat there is at least one life cycle of various species of fish and invertebrates. Primary production in the waters around the mangroves is quite high for water fertility. Leaves, twigs, flowers, and other parts of the mangrove are utilized by macrofauna, such as crabs and then decomposed by various types of microbes attached to the bottom of the water and together form a food chain. The detritus is then utilized by various aquatic animals, therefore the mangrove ecosystem is an important habitat for marine organisms. The purpose of writing this article is to provide information and knowledge for readers about the types of marine biota that live in the mangrove ecosystem, which is located in Kombot Village, Pinolosian District, South Bolaang Mongondow Regency.
The Abundance of Sea urchins (Echinoidea) In The Waters of South Leato And Blue Marlin, Dumbo Raya Subdistrict, Gorontalo City Moh Asriadi; La Nane
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 5, 2021
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The purpose of this study was to find out the abundance of sea urchins in the waters of South Leato Beach. The study was conducted in the waters of Blue Marlin Beach and South Leato Beach, Dumbo Raya Subdistrict, Gorontalo City in November 2021 with two sampling stations. Data retrieval is done using direct observation methods at two stations. Data collection is done by installing a transect of 1×1 meter with the transect distance of each point is 10 meters starting from the edge of the island's waters towards the sea. After that, data is carried out in the form of observations of sea urchin types and counting the number of individuals of each type of sea urchin in the transect. The data collection in this study was conducted in just 1 day. The type of sea urchin found on leato beach is 3 types, namely, Echinothrix Calamaris (white thorns), Dianema Setosum (black thorns) and Echinothrix Calamaris (striped brown thorns). Types of sea urchins found on the blue marlin beach are 3 types, Tripneustes gratilla (collector's sea urchin), Burrowing urchin (porcupine that digs) and Diadema savignyi (Long sea urchin).
Achievement of a healthy and prosperous village for Modelomo Village and Mohungo Village in Boalemo Regency as part of the Village Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Asri Silvana Naiu; Nikmawatisusanti Yusuf
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 6, 2021
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SDGs (Suistainable Development Goals) Village is an integrated effort to realize village without poverty, hunger, village that care about health, village that grow evenly, village that care about the environment, village that care about education, women-friendly village, networked village, culturally responsive village to accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. The achievement of an environmental care village in Modelomo Village is motivated by the condition of the village environment which is far from clean, and concern for reaching a health care village in Mohungo Village by seeing the number of stunting cases which is quite high. These two villages are neighbors and are located in Tilamuta District, Boalemo Regency. The community service activities were carried out by the Village Development Program KKN undergraduate students, each of which amounted to 15 people for each village, which was carried out in mid-September to early November 2021. The method used is to provide education about the importance of environmental cleanliness for oneself and environmental comfort, invite the community to dredge garbage and mud, build waterways, initiate the creation of a waste bank, make organic and non-organic waste bins and propose a plan to procure a waste fleet to the Modelomo village government. In Mohungo Village, besides students providing education through outreach to the village community, especially pregnant women and those with toddlers, they also build healthy kitchens to process healthy and nutritious food
Increasing community participation of the Botumoito village as an effort to achieve the village SDGs through KKN build a village Sri Nuryatin Hamzah; Sitti Nursinar; Femy M Sahami
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 6, 2021
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a global action plan that aims to end poverty, reduce inequality, and protect the environment. The success of the National SDGs is highly dependent on the success of the Village SDGs. One of the approaches taken to achieve the success of the village SDGs is through the Real Work Lecture (KKN) build village, where this program provides the broadest opportunity for the community to participate in village development facilitated by students. KKN build village program was carried out in Botumoito Village for seven weeks, from September to November 2021. The purpose of implementing this KKN build village program was to encourage the community to contribute to the development and foster a responsive attitude of the village government to the potential opportunities and problems in the village. This activity has succeeded in increasing the awareness of the people of Botumoito Village to participate in village development and has succeeded in facilitating the preparation of the Village Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJM Desa) to achieve the Village SDGs.
Small scale fisheries supply chain of Lambangan village, Banggai regency Sayuti Mohamad Sayuti Djau; Asruddin Asruddin
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 6, 2021
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a global action plan that aims to end poverty, reduce inequality, and protect the environment. The success of the National SDGs is highly dependent on the success of the Village SDGs. One of the approaches taken to achieve the success of the village SDGs is through the Real Work Lecture (KKN) build village, where this program provides the broadest opportunity for the community to participate in village development facilitated by students. KKN build village program was carried out in Botumoito Village for seven weeks, from September to November 2021. The purpose of implementing this KKN build village program was to encourage the community to contribute to the development and foster a responsive attitude of the village government to the potential opportunities and problems in the village. This activity has succeeded in increasing the awareness of the people of Botumoito Village to participate in village development and has succeeded in facilitating the preparation of the Village Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJM Desa) to achieve the Village SDGs.
Increasing competitiveness of fishery products in supporting the achievement of village SDGSs through participatory and innovative programs in Bone Pantai district, Bone Bolango regency Erlansyah Erlansyah; Emiliyan Mamuki; Mukhlisnah Djalil; Rustam Anwar
Fisheries and Society Volume 1 Issue 6, 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35635/fs.v1i6.17

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Tihu Village, located in Bone Pantai district, is one of the coastal villages of Tomini Bay where Tihu village is a village that has abundant fishery potential, but has not been utilized optimally. Through community service programs, community empowerment is carried out, especially mothers to utilize fish potential for into processed products that can support the welfare of the community. The purpose of this activity is to provide training to mothers with participatory learning techniques and direct practical assistance in the field. The method applied in the implementation of service activities in Tihu Village is through training methods with participatory learning techniques and direct practice of processing fish into odeng or Korean fish cake. The output of this activity is the creation of processed fish products in the form of odeng or Korean fish cake. The long-term target is that processed fish products can be an alternative source of livelihood that can improve the community's economy.

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