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Research Paper | Ichthyology Science | Indonesia | Volume 4 Issue 6, June 2015


Management Model of Sustainability Fisheries at Lake Tempe, South Sulawesi, Indonesian

Haerunnisa [2] | Budimawan [4] | Syamsu Alam Ali [4] | Andi Iqbal Burhanuddin


Abstract: Tempe Lake is a lake in South Sulawesi potential as a producer of fish for local and regional consumption. In the dry season, Administratively, Tempe Lake lies in two areas, namely Wajo and Soppeng. Location of the three lakes adjacent and connected by rivers during the rainy season the water level rises, causing three lakes together. Therefore the aim of this study are 1) Determine the composition of the type and size of fish in Lake Tempe, 2) Analyze the status of sustainability and management strategies based on the social, economic, institutional, fish resources, habitat, and technology, and 3) to formulate policy alternatives in the management of fisheries of Lake Tempe especially endangered fish. The experiment was conducted in October 2012 - March 2013 ( pre - study) in three districts namely Wajo, Soppeng, and Sidrap to identify the composition of fish species in Lake Tempe. Data on the composition of the catch can be obtained in conjunction with the catch - effort data is catching. Data were collected at regular intervals to describe the general composition of catches from each gear from various times and regions in the fishing season. Data should be analyzed carefully in conjunction with environmental fluctuations and changes in environmental conditions that systematically. Research continued in May- August 2014 to determine the spatial and temporal distribution of endemic fish in Lake Tempe and to determine the factors that threaten the extinction of fish endemic to retrieve data directly through six stations. Assessment of the status of conservation of Fisheries in Lake Tempe determined using RAPFISH (Rapid Appraisal for Fisheries Sustainability) developed by Fisheries Center University of British Columbia (Kavanagh, 2001. In RAPFISH analysis conducted several stages, namely 1) Determination of attributes, 2) Sensitivity analysis, 3) Dimensions of sustainability status management, and 4). Multidimensional sustainability status. This study uses 30 attributes of 6 dimensions (social, economic, habitat, fish resources, technology, and institutional) in RAPFISH analysis. Each attribute and criteria in each dimension refers to the manual modification EAFM module (Ecosystem Approach for Fisheries Management). Therefore, it is necessary fisheries research in the field of complex and multidisciplinary. Thus, an assessment of the sustainability or sustainability of fishery resources can not be reviewed in one dimension but involves various dimensions and needed a solution to overcome this. As well as basic data for the determination of policy management and utilization of aquatic resources in order to preservation of endangered fish populations can be sustained


Keywords: Management model, suistainability of fisheries, Tempe lake, EAFM Modul


Edition: Volume 4 Issue 6, June 2015,


Pages: 1939 - 1944


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Haerunnisa, Budimawan, Syamsu Alam Ali, Andi Iqbal Burhanuddin, "Management Model of Sustainability Fisheries at Lake Tempe, South Sulawesi, Indonesian", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4 Issue 6, June 2015, pp. 1939-1944, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SUB155624

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