International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2016, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part A
The potential assessment environment friendly aquaculture of small-scale fishermen as a conservation strategy seagrass beds in coastal areas of Tanjung Luar East Lombok, IndonesiaAuthor(s):
Abdul Syukur, Mahrus, Syachruddin ARAbstract:
Environment friendly cultivation is a significant strategy for small-scale economic development. The goal is to solve the problems of small-scale economies that could play an active role in the conservation of seagrass beds. Data were collected through observation and interviews were analyzed statistically. The main indicators to support environment friendly is a potential rabbit fish (Siganus sp) stock adequate; shares lobster species Panulirus ornatus and Panulirus homarus 25.256/month; and sufficient sources of natural feed available from around the cultivation environment. The impact of small-scale cultivation for conservation of seagrass beds as actively contributing to preventing the use of destructive and improve an agreement among the farmers for environmental security around cultivation. In this case, the environment-friendly farming by small scale may be recommended as a solution for economic development and as a strategy for the conservation of seagrass beds in the area of research.Pages: 22-27 | 907 Views 95 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Abdul Syukur, Mahrus, Syachruddin AR. The potential assessment environment friendly aquaculture of small-scale fishermen as a conservation strategy seagrass beds in coastal areas of Tanjung Luar East Lombok, Indonesia. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2016; 4(2): 22-27.