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Estimation of the utilization rate of fish resources in the northern coast of Java, Indonesia

Indonesia capture fishery potential is so abundant that it can be expected to become the leading sector of the national economy, therefore the potential must be utilized optimally and sustainably to increase public income and state revenues that lead to the welfare of the people. Fish resources on t... Full description

Journal Title: Aquaculture Aquarium, Conservation & Legislation, Dec 2018, Vol.11(6), pp.1807,1809-1824
Main Author: Yusrizal, Eko
Other Authors: Wiyono, Domu , Simbolon, Iin , Solihin, Iin
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title: Estimation of the utilization rate of fish resources in the northern coast of Java, Indonesia
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  • Yusrizal, Eko
  • Wiyono, Domu
  • Simbolon, Iin
  • Solihin, Iin
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  • Nature Conservation
  • Mollusks
  • Crustaceans
  • Fishing Effort
  • Fisheries
  • Fish
  • Fishing
  • Coral Reefs
  • Commercial Fishing
  • Composition
  • Coastal Environments
  • Pelagic Fish
  • Reef Fish
  • Demersal Fish
  • Fisheries
  • Fishing
  • Reef Fish
  • Preservation
  • Fishery Resources
  • Utilization
  • Total Allowable Catch
  • Fishing
  • Fisheries
  • Fish
  • Fishing Technology
  • Coral Reefs
  • Fisheries Management
  • Fishery Management
  • Stocks
  • Crustaceans
  • Abundance
  • Sustainability
  • Abundance
  • Abundance
  • Coral Reefs
  • Fishing
  • Utilization
  • Ports
  • Coral
  • Fishing
  • Fisheries Management
  • Fish
  • Aquatic Crustaceans
ispartof: Aquaculture, Aquarium, Conservation & Legislation, Dec 2018, Vol.11(6), pp.1807,1809-1824
description: Indonesia capture fishery potential is so abundant that it can be expected to become the leading sector of the national economy, therefore the potential must be utilized optimally and sustainably to increase public income and state revenues that lead to the welfare of the people. Fish resources on the northern coast of Java are in the Fisheries Management Area (FMA) 712. This study aims to determine the potential for sustainable, fishing effort and utilization level of fish resources on the northern coast of Java. Improving fishing technology will be related to the problem of fish stocks abundance, so it needs to be studied about the amount of stock abundance and determination of the Total Allowable Catch (TAC) in order to utilize the resources optimally while maintaining the stock preservation in nature. The method used to determine the level of utilization is to use the maximum potential sustainably according to the Schaefer model. The composition of fish resources on the northern coast of Java is small pelagic fish of 39%, big pelagic fish by 13%, demersal fish by 28%, 5% crustaceans, 12% mollusca, and coral reef fish 3%. The level of utilization of Euthynnus affinis is 1.092 and of Rastrelliger 1.108, which meansover-exploittion (fishing effort must be reduced) while of Lutjanus bitaeniatus is 0.704, Caesionidae is 0.7, Portunidae is 0.717 and Teuthida is 0.674 which are fully exploited (arrest effort is maintained with a strict monitor) from the government.
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descriptionIndonesia capture fishery potential is so abundant that it can be expected to become the leading sector of the national economy, therefore the potential must be utilized optimally and sustainably to increase public income and state revenues that lead to the welfare of the people. Fish resources on the northern coast of Java are in the Fisheries Management Area (FMA) 712. This study aims to determine the potential for sustainable, fishing effort and utilization level of fish resources on the northern coast of Java. Improving fishing technology will be related to the problem of fish stocks abundance, so it needs to be studied about the amount of stock abundance and determination of the Total Allowable Catch (TAC) in order to utilize the resources optimally while maintaining the stock preservation in nature. The method used to determine the level of utilization is to use the maximum potential sustainably according to the Schaefer model. The composition of fish resources on the northern coast of Java is small pelagic fish of 39%, big pelagic fish by 13%, demersal fish by 28%, 5% crustaceans, 12% mollusca, and coral reef fish 3%. The level of utilization of Euthynnus affinis is 1.092 and of Rastrelliger 1.108, which meansover-exploittion (fishing effort must be reduced) while of Lutjanus bitaeniatus is 0.704, Caesionidae is 0.7, Portunidae is 0.717 and Teuthida is 0.674 which are fully exploited (arrest effort is maintained with a strict monitor) from the government.
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