Research Paper | Ecology | Indonesia | Volume 6 Issue 9, September 2017
Rapfish Analysis to Assess the Status of the Sustainability of Capture Fisheries Systems in Bone Bay
Abstract: Fisheries management area of indonesia (WPPRI-713) which includes sea area strait makassar, the gulf of bone saw, the flores and the bali having broad territorial waters approximately 483.666 km2. The gulf of bone saw is one WPPRI-713 set as the national marine leading ( entity the fishing ground (FG) best resources to potential sustainable fish about 144.320 tons / KKP-RI, 2008), the migration and regional fg the potential (Mallawa & Mahfud, 2009), contributions 12, 06 % fisheries get (PT) ( national committee, 2015). However as a result of the global climate change and exploitation constantly to meet human life whose population is growing, that current, the gulf of bone saw experience symptoms of over-eksploitasi. So to know the latest performance of capture fisheries systems get pelagic analysis was conducted in multi-dimensi rapfish. The analysis rapfish show that on the whole nearly failling grade (sustainable index 53, 76 %), with description each dimension are, ecological 48, 52 %, economic 56, 31 %, social 56, 29 %, technology 58, 01 %, ethic and government 48, 69 %. This result is very important to be a considerant to the gulf of bone body in construct the sustainable strategy.
Keywords: WPPRI-713, Sustainability, capture fisheries systems, multi-dimensi, rapfish, ecology, economy, social, technology, ethics and government, fisheries catch, skipjack, Bone Bay
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 9, September 2017,
Pages: 817 - 826
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Syamsu Alam Ali, "Rapfish Analysis to Assess the Status of the Sustainability of Capture Fisheries Systems in Bone Bay", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 6 Issue 9, September 2017, pp. 817-826, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20176104
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