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IKAN TUNA SIRIP KUNING (Thunnus albacores) DI PERAIRAN ZONA EKONOMI EKSKLUSIF INDONESIA SAMUDERA HINDIA SELATAN JAWA TIMUR Hermawan, David; Boer, Mennofatria; Dahuri, Rokhmin; Budiharsono, Sugeng; Farid Ma’ruf, Widodo
Jurnal Harpodon Borneo Vol 5, No 1 (2012): Volume 5 No 1 April 2012
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Stock status of Yellowfin tuna in Indian Ocean on southern water of East Java currently is predicted undergoing overfishing or close to overfishing which is very alarming from sustainability context. A research has been done on Yellowfin tuna fisheries sustainability based on ecology, economy, technology, social and institutional dimensions. Collected data are analyzed using RAPFISH (multidimensional scaling/MDS, leverage analysis, monte carlo analysis), and comparison pairwess analysis to asses multidimensional sustainability of Yellowfin fisheries.Research result shows that Rapfish index for ecological sustainability is 57.83%, whereas economical, technological, social and institutional sustainability are consecutively: 68.14%, 98.03%, 44.89% and 47.88%.  Multidimensional sustainability status assessment result show sustainability index 64.54 %, or Fairly Sustainable. Of those dimensions, social and institutional dimension have the lowest proportion in Yellowfin fisheries in Indian Ocean economic exclusive  zone (EEZ) they are 7.63% and 4.24 %. Keywords: yellowfin tuna, sustainability, EEZ, Rapfish