Samakia : Jurnal Ilmu Perikanan https://journal.ibrahimy.ac.id/index.php/JSAPI <p>Samakia Journal is one means of disseminating information on research results and science and technology advancement in the fishery field managed by the Faculty of Science and Technology University Ibrahimy. Since 2010, journal issuance is done 2 times a year, ie in February and August. Since 2016 the publication was conducted in April and October.<br><br><br>&nbsp;ISSN<strong> : 2086-3861 - &nbsp;</strong>e-ISSN :<strong> 2503-2283</strong></p> Faculty of Science and Technology University Ibrahimy en-US Samakia : Jurnal Ilmu Perikanan 2086-3861 OCEANOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS IN PROBOLINGGO AS THE POTENTIAL FISHING GROUND OF Sardinella fimbriata https://journal.ibrahimy.ac.id/index.php/JSAPI/article/view/224 <p><em>This research was conducted in October-December 2017 in Probolinggo to determining the potential areas of fishing ground of Sardinella fimbriata by looking at the characteristics of Oceanography in Probolinggo. Research done by survey method to collect primary and secondary data. The data analysis done in a spatial image of MODIS and presented as a oceanographic parameters maps. The results of the analysis showed the waters of Probolinggo oceanographic characteristics are: a) sea surface temperature ranges from 31.3-28.2° C, b) pH 8 ppm, c) salinity between 23%-31%, d) chlorophyll-a 0-4 that shows the chlorophyll-a is high, and e) content of dissolved oxygen (DO) 10 mg/mm3 which indicates that it has a good oxygen for marine life. From the results obtained, the area has finally reached of waters with oceanographic characteristics of the area as a potential fishing ground for Sardinella fimbriata. The potential area of Sardinella fimbriata fishing ground is at madura Strait and waters north of Probolinggo.</em></p> Ully Wulandari Indra Wirawan Maria Agustini Copyright (c) 2018 Ully Wulandari, Indra Wirawan, Maria Agustini https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2018-10-26 2018-10-26 9 2 37 44 10.35316/jsapi.v9i2.224 PHYTOPLANKTON IN HABITATES OF CEMPEDIC FISH (Osteochilus spilurus) IN LENGGANG RIVER, EAST BELITUNG https://journal.ibrahimy.ac.id/index.php/JSAPI/article/view/225 <p><em>Lenggang River in East Belitung regency becomes the natural habitat of Cempedik Fish (Osteochilus spilurus) which is an important economical plankton-feeder fish and has close to the culture of society. The production which still dependent of natural catch makes the description of phytoplankton can be the foundation in fisheries management and developing aquaculture of Cempedik Fish. This study aims to obtain a description of phytoplankton in Lenggang River using quantitative descriptive method. Phytoplankton sampling was conducted during the Cempedik Fishing season in December 2016 with four stations on the Lenggang River based on Cempedik Fish catching location. The abundance of phytoplankton showed values ​​between 3,710 - 8,676 individuals / liter and correlated with the location of Cempedik Fish catch. The dominant index of phytoplankton showed a low value (0.16-0.21) and the uniformity index at the moderate level (0.66 - 0.79) with the Bacillariophyceae Class having the highest dominance.</em></p> Jeny Setiawan Ardiansyah Kurniawan Suci Puspita Sari Andri Kurniawan Yulian Fakhrurrozi Copyright (c) 2018 Jeny Setiawan, Ardiansyah Kurniawan, Suci Puspita Sari, Andri Kurniawan, Yulian Fakhrurrozi http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2018-10-28 2018-10-28 9 2 45 52 10.35316/jsapi.v9i2.225 DETERMINATION OF LEADING FISHERY PRODUCTSPESANTREN BASED USING FUZZY TOPSIS METHOD https://journal.ibrahimy.ac.id/index.php/JSAPI/article/view/226 <p><em>Processed fishery products between one regions and other regions vary depending on the resources in the region which substantially increase added value for the fisheries sector as a whole. Thus the development of Processed fishery products in Situbondo Regency needs to pay attention to the potential of fishery resources and market potential in this region. Situbondo Regency is known as the city of santri because of the hundreds of pesantren with nearly one hundred thousand santri scattered in this area. Pesantren is a unique educational institution. One of the uniqueness is in the form of high militancy and fanaticism from santri, pesantren graduates, communities in pesantren and pesantren sympathizers. This high fanaticism can be converted into a potential market as a target market for processed fishery products at pesantren in Situbondo Regency. Therefore, a study is needed on the development of processed fishery products that can meet the market needs of pesantren in Situbondo. This research was conducted with the aim to determine of superior processed fishery products based on pesantren in Situbondo regency by using Fuzzy TOPSIS method, which is one of the fuzzy multi attribute methods for decision making. The results showed that superior processed fishery products based on pesantren in Situbondo regency were alternative A3 (squid crackers), processed fishery products of the next were alternative A1 (mixed fish crackers) and alternative A2 (tuna crackers).</em></p> Ramli Ramli Budi Setiawan Imam Santoso Siti Asmaul Mustaniroh Copyright (c) 2018 Ramli Ramli, Budi Setiawan, Imam Santoso, Siti Asmaul Mustaniroh https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2018-10-24 2018-10-24 9 2 53 64 10.35316/jsapi.v9i2.226 ICHTYOFAUNA IN THE DOWNSTREAM OF KLAWING RIVER, PURBALINGGA DISTRICT CENTRAL JAVA https://journal.ibrahimy.ac.id/index.php/JSAPI/article/view/227 <p><em>The status and potential of ichtyofauna resources in </em><em>fresh</em><em>waters, especially downstream of the river, must be monitored and evaluated frequently. Land use along the downstream river is often used as mining and industrial activities. The purpose of this study </em><em>was </em><em>to find out </em><em>ichtyofauna </em><em>in </em><em>down stream </em><em>of the Klawing Purbalingga River in Central Java. The study was conducted in January-March 2017 with descriptive exploratory method. Sampling using gill nets with the help of local fishermen. The fish obtained were identified and grouped by family to the species level. The results showed that in the </em><em>down stream </em><em>of the Klawing River there were species diversity consisting of 13 species, 7 families and 13 genera. Ichtyofauna from Cyprinidae family dominate as many as 6 species followed by Bagridae family 2 species. One introduced species of Osphronemus gouramy and one invasive alien fish species Hypostomus plecostomus and other species were indigenous species.</em></p> Taufik Budhi Pramono Diana Arfiati Maheno Sri Widodo Uun Yanuhar Copyright (c) 2018 Taufik Budhi Pramono, Diana Arfiati, Maheno Sri Widodo, Uun Yanuhar https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2018-10-25 2018-10-25 9 2 65 69 10.35316/jsapi.v9i2.227 DEVELOPMENT PRIORITY ON SEAWEED KAPPAPHYCUS ALVAREZII CULTIVATION IN AREA CLUSTER KOLONO DISTRICT KONAWE SOUTH https://journal.ibrahimy.ac.id/index.php/JSAPI/article/view/228 <p><em>Cluster Kolono Konawe South</em><em>, Southeast Sulawesi Province is an area that has the potential of the sea to be developed by seaweed cultivation activities Kappahycus alvarezii, with the benefit of creating regional economic improvement. So far, the development of commercial seaweed cultivation is still lacking so that people's income and local revenue are not optimal. One of the causes is the absence of strategic planning and policy in the development of seaweed cultivation. As a first step, it is necessary to determine the priorities for the development of cultivation K. alvarezii in the Kolono cluster area. The method applied in collecting research data is observation, interviews, and questionnaires. Policy priority scale analysis is determined by the Analytical Hierarchy Process (PHA). The results of the study showed that the cultivation activities of K. alvarezii in the Kolono cluster area, South Konawe District required improvements in several factors, namely the availability of human resources, improvement of the capital system, and the detection of an appropriate aquatic environment. To maintain/sustain the aquaculture business K. alvarezii, some strategic policies are needed. The practical alternative policy that can be done in the short term by the South Konawe District government in the Klater Kolono area is to conduct training and demonstration of cultivation K. alvarezii which includes cultivation design, site selection, planter preparation, seed preparation, maintenance, harvest and post-harvest techniques, processes sales and profit value and capital flow.</em></p> Oce Astuti Emiyarti Emiyarti Arman Pariakan Copyright (c) 2018 Oce Astuti, Emiyarti Emiyarti, Arman Pariakan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2018-10-28 2018-10-28 9 2 70 80 10.35316/jsapi.v9i2.228 ESTIMATION OF COASTAL ASIMILATION CAPACITY BASED ON STANDARD EFFLUENT WASTE NITROGEN AND PHOSFORUS OF SHRIMP CULTIVATION https://journal.ibrahimy.ac.id/index.php/JSAPI/article/view/229 <p><em>This research was conducted in May 2018 in the coastal area of ​​Banyuputih Subdistrict, Situbondo Regency, East Java with the aim of estimating the volume of seawater available in coastal waters and the capacity of coastal waters in assimilating N and P waste load based on N and P effluent standards for cultivation shrimp. The results showed that the coastal waters of Banyuputih had a volume of water available for dilution of N and P wastes of 43,198,298 m<sup>3</sup>. The maximum N and P waste load that can be assimilated by water according to the standard effluent of N waste for shrimp farming is 172, 8 tons and for the P waste load is 17.28 tons. The results of this study can be used as a reference in determining the environmental carrying capacity of coastal waters in the development of intensive shrimp ponds in the study area.</em></p> Abdul Muqsith Nuddin Harahab Mohammad Mahmudi Muhammad Fadjar Copyright (c) 2018 Abdul Muqsith, Nuddin Harahab, Mohammad Mahmudi, Muhammad Fadjar https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2018-10-29 2018-10-29 9 2 81 87 10.35316/jsapi.v9i2.229