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Akuatik: Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan
ISSN : 19781652     EISSN : 26565498     DOI : -
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Akuatik merupakan jurnal sumberdaya perairan yang diterbitkan secara berkala oleh Fakultas Pertanian, Perikanan dan Biologi Universitas Bangka Belitung. Jurnal ini memuat makalah hasil penelitian, catatan hasil penelitian, artikel ulas balik, dan ulasan penelitian mengenai oseanografi, limnologi, biologi perairan, produktivitas perairan, pencemaran perairan, lingkungan pesisir dan masalah lainnya yang relevan.Terbit perdana pada bulan April 2007 yang selanjutnya akan terbit secara berkala dua kali dalam satu tahun.
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ANALISIS STRUKTUR DAN KOMUNITAS LAMUN SEBAGAI HABITAT PENYU DI PANTAI KAHYAPU KECAMATAN ENGGANO PROVINSI BENGKULU PURNAMA, DEWI
Akuatik: Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan Vol 7 No 2 (2013): AKUATIK : Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan
Publisher : Department of Aquatic Resources Management, Faculty of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Biology, University of Bangka Belitung

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This study is a preliminary research about.seagrass as an important shallow marine biota at Desa Kahyapu Beach, Enggano, North Bengkulu. This research used survey method. The study revealed that seagrass reticence at Kahyapu seashore about 80-95%. There are only two species of seagrass were found in this region: Enhalus accoroides and Cymodocea sp. The density of Enhalus accoroides in three observation sites ranging from 655 to797.5m2, while Cymodocea sp ranging from 388 to 471/m2. Physics and chemistry analysis show that Kahyapushore have a good criteria for growth and development of aquatic organism including seagrass. The average of aquatic temperature, velocity, clarity, acidity and dissolved oxygen consecutively are 32°C, 0.72m/dt, 100%, 34.3 ppm, and 7.4 mg/l. Organic suspension in sediment ranging from 15.6 to 22.7 mg/I and the solid particle suspension about 13.9 -22 mg/l.
STUDI PERBANDINGAN KOMPOS DARI DAUN TUMBUHAN DENGAN C/N RASIO BERBEDA TERHADAP ADSORPSI LOGAM BERAT TIMAH HITAM (PB) PADA MEDIA BUDIDAYA IKAN PRASETIYONO, EVA
Akuatik: Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan Vol 7 No 2 (2013): AKUATIK : Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan
Publisher : Department of Aquatic Resources Management, Faculty of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Biology, University of Bangka Belitung

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Lead  (Pb)  is non-essential heavy  metal  that  is toxic  to cultured fishes.  Culture media  containing Pb lead to health  impacts  on  cultured fishes  or even  death.    Compost is a material  that  can be used  to adsorb  Pb  due to its humic  acid and fulvic  acid content.  Compost with  a C I N ratio of different raw materials  will  lead  to different content  of substances.  This  study  aims to compare the leafs of gamal  and Api-api  used  as raw material to produce the  compost and  its  properties to  adsorb   Pb  in  fish  culture   media.   The  experiment design   used  a  completely randomized design  to  determine the  best level  of gamal  leaves  and  Api-api leaves  compost,   then  followed by multiple comparison test to find the best type  of compost to adsorb  the Pb. The results  showed  that the best type  of compost to adsorb the Pb in cultivation  media was gamal leaf compost at 9 g/1.  Water treatment  with all kinds of compost and its level,  low Pb content in fish meat,  the survival rate and the growth,  except  the leaf compost gamal level of 5 g/1.
IDENTIFIKASI DAN UJI FITOREMEDIASI BEBERAPA TUMBUHAN AIR ASAL KOLONG PASCA PENAMBANGAN TIMAH SUSANTI, IDHA; AMINAH, SITI; MUNAWAR, MUNAWAR
Akuatik: Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan Vol 7 No 2 (2013): AKUATIK : Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan
Publisher : Department of Aquatic Resources Management, Faculty of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Biology, University of Bangka Belitung

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Phytoremediation, an emerging cleanup technology for contaminated soils, groundwater, and wastewater that is both low-tech and low-cost to remove, contain, or render harmless such environmental contaminants as heavy metals, trace elements, organic compounds, and radioactive compounds in soil or water.  Bangka Island has some environmental problem that caused tin mining activities. One of them is the formation of pits that have an impact on the carrying capacity of land resources and environmental quality. The aims of research were to identify some native aquatic plants from tin-mined pit and to test some selectable native aquatic plants for bioremediation on medium treatment. Bioremediation tested have been done using 4 selectable plants on 5  combinations of water and medium treatment.  The experiment is conducted with 4x5 designs of random factorial pattern and three replications. The measured parameters were: contents of heavy metal (Pb, Cu,  Zn) of water,  plant canopy and root;  fresh weight ratio of the root/canopy, total fresh weight plant; total dry weight plant; DO; and pH. Field surveys in several districts of Bangka (Pemali and Riding Panjang)  found  some potential aquatic plants for phytoremediation. There were 14 species from 11 genuses. Most of them were Cyperacea.  They were species in Pemali and Riding Panjang pit ponds. The selectable plants which used for phytoremediation test were E. ochrostachys, L. articulata, S. cucullata,  dan T. angustifolia The phytoremediation treatment showed 4 aquatic plants had good potential for phytoremediation. Based on the heavy metals measurements of Pb, Cu, and Zn, L.  articulata  was the best plant to accumulate Pb metal (317,35 ppm), and T.  angustifolia  was the best  plant to accumulate Cu and Zn metals (43,55 and 167,25 ppm). Both were phytoaccumulation plants and using phytoextraction mechanism. The selectable plants could increase the DO value and pH rising on the medium treatment
STRUKTUR KOMUNITAS IKAN KARANG DI PERAIRAN SEKUNYIT KECAMATAN KAUR SELATAN KABUPATEN KAUR T, ZAMDIAL
Akuatik: Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan Vol 7 No 2 (2013): AKUATIK : Jurnal Sumberdaya Perairan
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The aim of this research  is to know the community  structure  of coral fish in Sekunyit waters South Kaur District,  Regency of Kaur.  This research was conducted  at 3 m depth on the west continental  shelf of South Kaur Disrict.  Data of coral reef fishes was obtained with Visual Census Method that used Reef Resources  Assessment (RRA)  Method  that  was  depeloved  from  Manta  Tow  Method.  This  research  focused  on  species  abundance, diversity  indexs (H),  dominance  index (C) and uniformity  index (E): Abundance  of coral reef fishes at Sekunyit Waters  is 4.987  fish/ha consists  of 79 species  arid 17  families.  Under the category  of mayor  fish is obtained  as many as 6 families major fish with 39 species,  12_ families target fish with 29 and l families indicator fish with 11 species.  The  data  analysis  of coral  reef fishes· condition    was  determined  with    diversity  index  (H  ')=  3.91, dominance  index (C) = 0.03 and uniformity  index (E) =  0.85. The value of diversity,  dominance  and uniformity indexs showed that the communities  of coral reef fishes and waters condition at Sekunyit Waters is stable

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