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Efektivitas Pengolahan Limbah Domestik di Instalasi Pengolahan Air Limbah (IPAL) Suwung-Denpasar, Bali Rarasari, Desak Made Goldyna; Restu, I Wayan; Ernawati, Ni Made
Journal of Marine and Aquatic Sciences Vol 5 No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Fakultas Kelautan dan Perikanan Universitas Udayana

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Denpasar City and Badung Regency has a very large population growth rate, diversity, and intensity of development activities that produced domestic waste which if not properly managed, causes burden and damage to the aquatic environment. Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Suwung-Denpasar is one of the wastewater treatment business for waste management center from the area around Denpasar, Sanur, and Kuta. Based on the data analysis was known that the waste generated has not been appropriate environmental quality standards so that will affect the quality of the water. The aim of his research is to investigate the effectiveness of domestic wastewater treatment conducted in March - April 2017 by observation method in process and effectiveness measurement of waste water treatment. The processing begins with the distribution of waste in Denpasar and Sanur areas that are channeled to the bar screen and then collected to the inflow pumping station to be channeled to the receiving tank including waste from the Kuta area. Subsequent waste flows into the chamber grit to be filtered and taken to the aeration pond for 2 days then to the sedimentation pool for 16 hours and flowed to the effluent canal. The results showed the percentage of effective waste treatment in oil and fat restoration 85%, detergent 62%, and BOD 57%, while not effective in ammonia change because only reduced 26%, DO and H2S are not in accordance with environmental quality standards.
KEANEKARAGAMAN LAMUN DAN MAKROZOOBENTOS SEBAGAI INDIKATOR KONDISI PERAIRAN PANTAI SINDHU, SANUR, BALI Sara Wijana, I Made; Ernawati, Ni Made; Ayu Pratiwi, Made
ECOTROPHIC : Jurnal Ilmu Lingkungan (Journal of Environmental Science) Vol 13 No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Master Program of Environmental Science, Postgraduate Program of Udayana University

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Sindhu Beach is part of the Sanur beach area. Sanur area is one of 11 strategic national tourism areas in Bali. Beach tourism activities have the potential to cause degradation of coastal ecosystems. Ecosystem changes can be determined using bioindicators. This study aims to determine the condition of the Sindhu Coast waters ecosystem based on seagrass diversity and macrozoobenthos as indicators. This research was conducted in November 2019 at Sindhu Beach. Seagrass observations and macrozoobenthos sampling were carried out at four stations with three replications at each station. Data and samples were collected using the quadratic transect method. Eight species of seagrass were found in Sindhu Beach with a percentage of cover between 16.33% - 63.37% and density between 1572 ind / m2 - 3314.4 ind / m2. The average value of the seagrass diversity index was 1.24, the average uniformity index was 0.78, and the average dominance index was 0.32. Types of macrozoobenthos found were 23 species with abundances ranging from 2.33 ind / m2 - 28.33 ind / m2. The average value of macrozoobenthos uniformity index is 1.50, the average diversity index is 0.68 and the average dominance index is 0.36. Based on the index value shows that the waters of Sindhu Beach are in good condition or there is no ecologically significant pressure.
STRUKTUR KOMUNITAS EKOSISEM PADANG LAMUN PADA DAERAH INTERTIDAL DI PANTAI SANUR, BALI Pratiwi, Made Ayu; ERNAWATI, Ni Made
ECOTROPHIC : Jurnal Ilmu Lingkungan (Journal of Environmental Science) Vol 12 No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Master Program of Environmental Science, Postgraduate Program of Udayana University

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Coastal ecosystem is a productive ecosystem and has high ecological and economic value. Coastal ecosystem components, consist of coral reefs, seagrass beds, mangroves and various types of biota. The seagrass ecosystem is one of the most unique coastal ecosystems because the seagrass can live well in high salinity conditions. Seagrass ecosystem in Bali Island has many adventages and widely used for marine tourism activities. One of the marine tourism sites, that take advantage of the beauty of the seagrass ecosystem in Bali is Sanur beach. The utilization of seagrass ecosystem for marine tourism activities might be influence the structure of seagrass community. Therefore, the study about Community Structure of Seagrass Ecosystem at Intertidal Area in Sanur Beach is very important to carried out in order to investigate the structure of the seagrass ecosystem community. Samples were taken in the intertidal zone at six observation stations. At each station, it was conducted three times perpendicular repetition to the shoreline. Seagrass observation was done by using quadratic transect (50 × 50 cm). The types of seagrass found in Sanur Beach were 6 species, namely Cymodocea serrulata, Cymodocea rotundata, Halophila ovalis, Halodule uninervis, Halodule pinifolia, and Syringodium isoetifolium. Cymodocea serrulata is a seagrass-type found in every observation station, and it able to live well in Sanur Beach water characteristics. The highest average of seagrass species density is shown by the Cymodocea serrulata species of 175.11 stands/m2, while, the highest average of seagrass species density is shown by the Halodule pinifolia species of 27.33 stands/m2. The average of diversity, uniformity and dominance index at Sanur Beach reach 0.8682; 0.7347; and 0.4987, respectively. In Sanur Beach area, the seagrass has high uniformity value and stable community. The instability community has been found at station 2 when the dominance of Cymodocea serrulata species was occurred. Keywords: Community structure; Sanur Beach; seagrasse cosystem
Are Zooxanthellae Really Sensitive? Response of Zooxanthellae Size Exposed to Several Pollutants Ambariyanto, Ambariyanto; Wijayanti, Diah Permata; Munasik, Munasik; Purnama, Puji Eka; Ernawati, Ni Made; Ko'ou, Alferd Y.; Hudatwi, Mu’alimah
ILMU KELAUTAN: Indonesian Journal of Marine Sciences Vol 23, No 1 (2018): Ilmu Kelautan
Publisher : Marine Science Department Diponegoro University

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Pollution is one of the important issues faced by marine resources including zooxanthellae, which is known to be very sensitive to environmental changes. Some pollutants have been reported to have adverse effects on zooxanthellae, however, their sensitivity in regards to changes on cell size of these algae has not been widely explored. This study examined the effects of pollutants on the sensitivity of zooxanthellae through changes in size. Zooxanthellae were isolated from corals Porites lutea, Acropora aspera, and Montipora digitata collected from Panjang Island, Jepara, Indonesia. These algae were exposed to pollutants i.e. heavy metals (Cu, Cd, Pb) and nutrients (ammonium and phosphate) at concentrations of 5,10,15 ppb and 5,10,15 μM, respectively. Zooxanthellae size were measured five hours after pollutants exposure. The results showed that all treatments reduced the size of zooxanthellae. Algae isolated from P. lutea are the least affected by pollutants and the highest percentage cell size reduction was found in phosphate treatment. However, reduction on the size of algae were not statistically significant. These results indicate that in relation to reduction in the size, zooxanthellae are not sensitive to pollutants. Keywords: Zooxanthellae, pollutants, sensitivity, size reduction
Profile of Leachate and Sea Water in The Waste Processing Area Suwung, Denpasar, Bali Iswari, Pande Kadek Ari; Ernawati, Ni Made; Restu, I Wayan
Advances in Tropical Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences Vol 5 No 2 (2021): ATBES
Publisher : Institute for Research and Community Services Udayana University

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This study aims to determine the profile of leachate, and seawater in the Suwung waste processing area (TPA Suwung). The method used in this research was descriptive quantitative. The results showed a high profile of untreated leachate with a TSS value of 9.407 mg/L, pH with a value of 8.17, DO with a value of 0.063 mg/L, BOD with a value of 375.5 mg/L, and COD with a value of 5.776 mg/L. The treated leachate with a TSS value of 4,987 mg/L, pH with a value of 8.52, DO with a value of 0.063 mg/L, BOD with a value of 321.9 mg/L, and a COD value with a value of 3.069 mg/L. Meanwhile, the seawater profile was classified as good with parameter values of TSS with a value of 76 mg/L, DO 7.54 mg/L, pH 7.54, BOD with a value of 13.6 mg/L, COD with a value of 64 mg/L. The existence of TPA Suwung has a negative impact and influence on seawater in the area. Revitalization efforts are needed to carry out leachate water treatment so that the effluent quality can be improved for the quality of water around TPA Suwung.
A SERVICE PERSPECTIVE OF LUXURY TOURISM Armoni, Ni Luh Eka; Ernawati, Ni Made; Jendra, I Wayan
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
Publisher : Pusat Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (P3M) Politeknik Negeri Bali

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This paper reporting the service aspect of luxurious tourism, is a part of a broader study identifying elements constitute luxurious travels. It is a qualitative study involved 48 respondents who are members of 7 different Facebook travel groups. Data collection was conducted by posting a discussion topic on luxury travels to the Facebook groups. It is identified that service of luxurious tourism products is premium and personalized, wherein VIP handling is not a special service, rather a basic standard that needs to be met for elite customers. It is the ability to satisfy customers beyond expectation, exclusive supreme products only few people can afford, which is not easy to be provided.  Nevertheless, above and beyond the design and the delivery of the exclusive high quality services and after performing the very best effort; luxurious service sometimes means serving customers with heart and sincerity reaching the human side of people; meeting the needs of high class customers intuitively, when facing and anticipating matters beyond human control. It is expected that the analysis could enrich the discourse on luxurious tourism products, assist in resolving the puzzle of a perfect service, perfecting the imperfect.
PENGARUH PARIWISATA TERHADAP KEHIDUPAN SOSIAL BUDAYA PESISIR di Kawasan Taman Nasional Bali Barat dan Taman Wisata Pulau Menjangan Ernawati, Ni Made
Sabda: Jurnal Kajian Kebudayaan Vol 6, No 1: 2011
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Budaya Universitas Diponegoro

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Province of Bali is the main destination for foreign tourists to Indonesia. Bali's tourism sector is most developed with diverse attractions such as the natural attractions of West Bali National Park and Menjangan Island Marine Park. Development of Tourism in West Bali National Park and Menjangan Island Marine Park has positive and negative impacts which are not significant to the economy and socio-cultural life of the local community because most people are not dependent on the tourism sector.
LUXURY TOURISM: A PERSPECTIVE OF FACILITIES AND AMENITIES Sukmawati, Ni Made Rai; Ernawati, Ni Made; Mastiani Nadra, Nyoman
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
Publisher : Pusat Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (P3M) Politeknik Negeri Bali

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The purpose of this study is to conduct a discussion on facilities and amenities of luxury tourism. It is a qualitative study exploring the opinions of travelers on luxury tourism. The study participants consist of 48 respondents who are members of 7 different Facebook travel groups. Data collection was carried out by posting a topic of discussion on luxury travels to the Facebook groups. The results indicate that the conventional way of understanding luxury tourism is highlighted by top class facilities and amenities. These include 5 star and above standard of accommodation, chartered flight, private jet and yacht, butler and limousine service, and spectacular structures. However, contemporarily, luxurious travel is defined more broadly, it does not always connote, e.g. marble bath tub with gold plated tap, it could mean anything comfortable or ease. Luxurious facilities and amenities in tourism are defined differently by different market segments either first, middle or lower class. Thus, there is always a luxurious element for any travel regardless of its class, e.g. a private toilet in the Himalaya is considered as a luxury; there is a luxury for shoestring travelers. It is expected that the analysis could widen the perspective and enrich the discussion on luxury tourism.
GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURES AND AUTHENTIC CULTURE AS ATTRACTIONS OF VISCRI COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM IN ROMANIA Voda, Mihai; Sok, Saroun; Nakanjakko, Noeline; Mwanje, Denis; Ernawati, Ni Made
Jurnal Internasional Ilmu Pengetahuan Terapan bidang Pariwisata dan Events Vol 2 No 2 (2018): December 2018
Publisher : Pusat Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (P3M) Politeknik Negeri Bali

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This article aims at presenting a discussion on Viscri tourist attractions in Romania which could add to the existing discourse on Viscri community-based tourism (CBT) and could become an input for the community members and other stakeholders of the CBT site. Using the cultural and natural heritage provides Viscri CBT site with a strong base for its tourist attractions. Nonetheless, using authentic culture as tourist attraction creates a paradox; the community-based tourism site is expected to keep its originality while development is the aim to be achieved by the tourism development project. This issue needs to be tackled by Viscri management for the sustainability of Viscri as a community and tourist site. Some efforts have been undertaken in terms of physical structures, which could be followed by other members of the community. A more comprehensive and well-planned step is required and it should be communicated to the people on how the paradox is resolved.
HUMAN RESOURCE SUPPORTING COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM Ernawati, Ni Made; Sudhana, IG Fajar Pranadi; Sudarmini, Ni Made
MEDIA BINA ILMIAH Vol 13, No 3: Oktober 2018
Publisher : BINA PATRIA

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Artikel ini membahas tentang proses pengembangan sumber daya manusia pendukung pariwisata berbasis masyarakat (PBM) di Desa Pohsanten Kabupaten Jembrana Propinsi Bali Indonesia. PBM masih berada pada tahap awal pengembangan dan kompetensi bidang kepariwisataan masih kurang. Artikel dikembangkan berdasarkan pada hasil observasi dan partisipasi langsung yang dilaksanakan pada saat pegabdian masyarakat yang dilaksanakan oleh penulis bersama anggota tim pengembangan lainnya dari Jurusan Pariwisata Politeknik Negeri Bali. Pengembangan sumber daya manusia pendukung kepariwisataan terdiri dari aktivitas untuk membentuk pemahaman, training dan workshop  berkenaan dengan berbagai kompetensi pendukung  operasional PBM. Pengembangan sumber daya manusia yang diselenggarakan, menunjukan hasil yang cukup substasial, ini terlihat dari kemampuan yang ditunjukan oleh masyarakat dalam memberikan pelayanan yaitu: menyiapkan makan dan minum, menyediakan penginapan bagi pengunjung, dan mengorganisasikan kegiatan berwisata di Desa Pohsanten. Namun demikian keterampilan yang baru tumbuh masih perlu dipertajam dan dilatih untuk mencapai tingkat sumber daya manusia bidang kepariwisataan yang professional. Diharapkan, hasil studi dapat dimanfaatkan sebagai masukan bagi stakeholders PBM dalam menyediakan produk dan jasa yang berkualitas bidang kepariwisataan khususnya PMB. Secara akademik hasil penelitian akan menambah referensi kajian kepariwisataan terutama yang terkait dengan sumber daya manusia pendukung PBM.