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The Correlation Of Fishingtrip Frequencies Of Gillnetter On The Amount Of Logistic Needed In Different Monsoon Seasons Zain, Jonny
Jurnal Ilmu Perairan ( Aquatic Science ) Vol 8, No 2 (2010)
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This study was carried out in March to April 2010 at Dumai fishing base. It aimed to learnthe correlation of fishingtrip frequencies of gillnetter on the amount of logistic needed indifferent monsoon seasons (i.e. north and west monsoon seasons). Field survey methods wereapplied and regression analysis was used for further analysis.The result showed that there were strong correlation between the fishingtrip frequenciesand the logistics needed for both seasons. Moreover, the correlation index of the fishing trips andthe logistics, in term of fuels and ice, was lower in the west monsoon season than the eastmonsoon season. In contrast, the correlation index was bigger in term of the freshwater for thetrips for both monsoon seasons. The linier regression lines for each analysis were Y = 153.34 X –23.044 for Fuels; Y = 255.9 X + 37.785 for Ice; Y = 168.05 X + 6.5913 for freshwater during thewest monsoon, while Y = 159.95 X – 29.826 for fuels; Y = 314.59 X + 61.927 for Ice; and Y=154.47 X – 14381 for freshwater during the east monsoon.Key word: fishing trip frequency, fishing logistic
Studi Tata Letak Fasilitas di Pelabuhan Perikanan Nusantara Brondong Kabupaten Lamongan Propinsi Jawa Timur Zain, Jonny
Jurnal Ilmu Perairan ( Aquatic Science ) Vol 7, No 2 (2009)
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This study was conducted on August 2008 in Brondong Fishing Port, Lamongan District, East Java Province and survey method was used. The aims of this study was toobserve spatial planning facilities based on fishing and fishermen supporting activities andtried to obtain some solutions on issues were found. The result show, spatial planningfacilities on Brondong fishing port are relatively appropriate where each facility locate onit’s space those improve efficiency and affectivity facilities. Some issues were found;Brondong fishing port had large fisheries activities since it has large number of fishingvessel landed and others activities then its capacity.
THE INFLUENCE OF FEED DIFFERENCES ON CAPTURE RESULTS IN THE PUBE CAPTURE IN THE RANTAU BARU VILLAGE PANGKALAN KERINCI DISTRICT OF PELALAWAN RIAU PROVINCE Asfariani, Dila; Brown, Arthur; Zain, Jonny
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 7, No 1 (2020): Edisi 1 Januari - Juni 2020
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AbstractThe study of the influence of different bait on the catch of bubu (kabam pantau) was conducted 10 days on May 1 to May 10 2019 in Rantau Baru Village, Pangkalan Kerinci District, Pelalawan Regency, Riau Province. This study aims to compare the bait on the trap fishing tool (Kabam pantau) namely coconut pulp (U1), rice bran bait (U2) and Kroto ant egg bait (U3) to the catch. The method used is an experimental fishing method to support this method by collecting data through direct observation, interviews and documentation. Data that is processed and processed using t test analysis. The three types of bait used there are effects of providing different types of bait on the catch. Coconut pulp feed (U1) obtained the results of the number of 548 individuals with a weight of 2080 grams, rice bran bait (U2) in the number of 1228 individuals with a weight of 3450 grams, and Kroto ant egg bait (U3) with 1222 individuals with a weight of 3435 grams.Keywords: Effect of Bait,Floating Bubu, Catch Results
STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF FISHERIES FACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE EAST BARAN VILLAGE MERAL DISTRICT KARIMUN REGENCYRIAU ISLANDS PROVINCE Putri, Maisa Dela; Zain, Jonny; Syaifuddin, Syaifuddin
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 7, No 1 (2020): Edisi 1 Januari - Juni 2020
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Abstract                     This research was conducted from April to May 2019 aims to determining the type, size and capacity of fishery facilities needed by fishermen inEast Baran Village  with the method used in the form of a survey method. The results showed that the infrastructure of fisheries that exist in the East Baran Village is The Fish Landing who have the means as piers, port pool, parking lots, warehouses, canteen and UPT Fisheries, in addition to the means of support fisheries that exist in the East Baran Village include factory ice, and gas stations that are outside TPI.To support all fishery activities in the TPI of East Baran Village, the length of the unloading pier with a size of 6.09785 meters and the length of the mooring dock is 32.224375 meters.For the amount of fishing needs in TPIEast Baran Village, it is divided into 57.5 liters of diesel fuel, 1412.5 kg of ice and 1025,167 liters of fresh water in one day. Keywords: Facilities, Longline, Fisherman Opinion 
STUDI PEMANFAATAN FASILITAS POKOK PANGKALAN PENDARATAN IKAN TIKU KABUPATEN AGAM PROVINSI SUMATERA BARAT Amalia, Etika; Syaifuddin, Syaifuddin; Zain, Jonny
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 5 (2018): Edisi 1 Januari s/d Juni 2018
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ABSTRACTThe research was conducted in PPI Tiku Agam, West Sumatra Province in January 2018 with survey method. This research was conducted to obtain information about the on the type, condition, existence,  and capacity of basic facility of Fish Landing Base (PPI)  Tiku Agam District, West Sumatra Province. All information is useful to know the condition and the level of utilization of basic facilities in PPI Tiku. From the technical calculation, the utilization rate of the facility shows that the land utilization rate is 10.24% with the total land area of PPI Tiku is 2.89 ha. The utilization rate of dock facilities is 0% with a dock length of 150 m wide 8 m of closed construction and is jetty type jetty. The utilization rate of depth of harbor pool is 100 % with area of 5 ha and depth of pond is needed that is 1,89 m and to the unused pond 1.30 m.Keywords : PPI Tiku, basic facility, study of utilization of facility
STUDI BAHAN DAN KONSTRUKSI KAPAL PERIKANAN JARING INSANG DI KOTA DUMAI, PROPINSI RIAU Zain, Jonny
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 38, No 1 (2010): Februari 2010
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This research was carried out on May to August 2005 in Dumai city,which was conducted by the survey method. The research purposes are toappraising construction, type and criteria of gill-netter construction materials. Theappraisal was conducted with compare the research result on constructionguidance of Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia (BKI).Based on the research’s result were showing the generally objects of theresearch unsuitable with standard construction of wooden ship by BKI. Those areattributable the principle dimensions of the ships are not sufficient. Meanwhile,the wood types of gill-netter’s construction were used is suitable with theguidance of BKI.
Evaluation Of The Use Of Facilities In Port Of Fisheries Nusantara Sungailiat Bangka Belitung Province Zain, Jonny; ', Kholijah; ', Syaifuddin
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This research was conducted in December 2013 at the street Yos Sudarso Number.50 Village Sungailiat, District Sungailiat, Bangka, Bangka Belitung Province. The purpose of this study was to determine the types of facilities as well as the size and condition of the facilities in the archipelago Sungailiat fishing port, determine the level of utilization of fishing port facilities in the archipelago Sungailiat and find solutions to the problems of utilization of fishing port facilities in the archipelago Sungailiat. While the benefits are expected to know the truth from the facility, activity in the archipelago Sungailiat fishing port as well as a source of information for the fishing port of the archipelago and the subsequent research, especially in areas related ie Evaluation Utilization Facilities Archipelago Fishery Port Sungailiat province of Bangka Belitung. Facilities that have analyzed the utilization rate is 26.57% pier, harbor pool facilities, spacious pools to the port that is 95.29%, while the depth of the pool is 129% port, the fuel tank facilities utilization rate is 4.78%, the ice needs facilities utilization rate was 81.42%, and freshwater facilities utilization rate is 126.90%.Keywords: Facility Type, Condition of Facilities, Facilities Utilization Rate, Fishing Port Facilities Archipelago Sungailiat
EVALUATION UTILIZATION FACILITIES FISH LANDING BASE (PPI) DUMAI OF DUMAI CITY RIAU PROVINCE Sibarani, Elfrida; Zain, Jonny
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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This study was conducted in March 2014, at the Fish Landing Base (PPI) Dumai Dumai Riau Province. The purpose of this study was to determine the level of utilization of the facilities available in the PPI Dumai.Facility utilization rates in the PPI Dumai consists of docks 237.19%, 140.98% of pond harbor area, harbor pool 58.75%, 47.54% auction room, fuel tanks 41.17%, 128.54% ice factory and 144.65% fresh water tank. Where the evaluation of the utilization of the facilities in 2014 is increasing compared to the use of the facilities in 2005.Keyword : Evaluation, facilities, fish landing bases
Study On Time Efficiency of Unloading Time of The Purse Seiner at Fishing Port of PT. Hasil Laut Sejati, Riau Islands Province Zain, Jonny
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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This research was conducted on Agustus 2013 at the fishing port of PT. Hasil Laut Sejati, Batam city Riau Islands Province. The method used was a survey method. The purpose of this study is to know the efficiency level for unloading time of purse seiner in fishing port of PT. Hasil Laut Sejati and factor influenced. The result shows that the efficiency level of unloading time around 56,98% - 72,73% with uploading efficiency time was 64,65% in average. There are seven free variables influence time efficiency for unloading time with value r=0,897 and R2=89,7%, thus the diversity of free variable gives the contribution to diversity assess for time efficiency is equal 89,7%.Keyword : Efficiency, fishing port, purse seine, unloading time
Comparison of the stability of the boat with and without the use of cadik Zain, Jonny; Hutauruk, Ronald . M; ', Syafriadi
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2014
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This study was conducted on 24 April to 7 May 2013, which took place in the village of Lohong. The purpose of this study was to assess the stability of the boat with and without the use of cadik over the stability curve Hidromax software. The method used in this study is asurvey method. Boat primary measure obtained is 8 m LOA, LPP 6 m, 7 m LWL, loaded 0.6 m,0.8 m high and 1 m wide boat. results of the analysis indicate that the boat using cadik rate stability is better than that not using cadik boats, where the maximum heigh tis 0,429 GZ cadik boats rad m-high and boats without cadik GZ is 0.262 m-rad, the difference is caused by the addition of cadik because the cadik on the boat could improve the stability of the boat and if the boat motion, cadik also reserve buoyancy for the boatKeywords: stability of the boat, cadik, software Hidromax
Co-Authors ', Jevi ', Kholijah ', Kusniwati ', Nardi ', Rumiyati ', Syafriadi ', Syafruddin ', Syaifuddi ', Syaifuddin ', Usman ', Yuliana Adi, Chintami Puspita Agustian, Harry Alit Hindri Yani Amalia, Etika Ameliawati, Ameliawati Andita, Praja Kusuma Armita, Rika Fina Arthur Brown Aryani, Nova Asfariani, Dila Astuti, Febry Astuti, Renti Atia, Yaumil Bayu Setiarbi, Bayu Betri NurJannah Bustari, Bustari Bustari, Bustari Chris Hadinata, Chris Elfrida Sibarani Elkana Ritonga, Elkana Erly Novida Dongoran Ester Desi Susanti, Ester Desi Esy Lisnasari, Esy Harahap, Alpin Septiyan Harahap, Alpin Septiyan Hefrafis, Hefrafis Helmi Insyani, Helmi Hutauruk, Ronald M. Hutauruk, Ronald M. Indah Ayu Lestari Manulang Irwandy Sofyan, Irwandy Irwandy Syofyan Isnaniah, Isnaniah Joel, Daud Hasian Juwita Insani Saragih Khoiru Rohmatin Lilis Winarti, Lilis Lina, Renta Muhammad Fauzi Faruza, Muhammad Fauzi Muhammad Irwan, Muhammad Mutiara Rindu, Mutiara Nia Kurnia Nofrizal Nofrizal Nova Fatma Hatta Novela, Noval NUR ARIFAH Nuriza, Muthia Ayu Nurmala, Dwita Nursahira, Nursahira Oktarina, Cahni Pareng Rengi Pertiwi, Diana Putri Polaris Nasution Purwaningsih Kaban, Purwaningsih Puspa Dewi Primsa Putri Dewi Putri, Maisa Dela Putri, Mulyani Indah Rendra Triardi Rinova Hutabarat, Rinova Ronal M Ronald . M Hutauruk Ronald M H, Ronald M Ronald M Hutauruk Ronald Mangasi Hutauruk Rosidah Hafni, Rosidah Sibarani, Monalisa Berliana Silaban, Novi D Silaban, Rahel Angel R. Simamora, Fivi Fransisca Sinaga, Irwan Sutrisno Eko Hadmojo, Sutrisno Eko Syaifuddin Syaifuddin T. Ersti Yulika Sari Tanjung, Yenni O. Tumangger, Riah Ukur Wandini, Ganda Ayu Yudi Aditya Yulyana, Yulyana Yunizariani, Mai Zikrillah, Muhammad