E3S Web Conf.
Volume 147, 2020The 3rd International Symposium on Marine and Fisheries Research (3rd ISMFR)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||10 February 2020|
Production and Maximum Sustainable Yield of fisheries activity in Hulu Sungai Utara Regency
Balai Riset Perikanan Perairan Umum dan Penyuluhan Perikanan, Jln. Gub. HA Bastari, No.08 Jakabaring, Palembang, Indonesia
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Production and fishing activities of inland waters in the Hulu Sungai Utara Regency (HSU) have a large contribution to fulfill the food needs for the local people in South Borneo. A total of 65% of the inland waters in the HSU Regency are floodplains. This research aimed to describe the production of capture fisheries products from 2010 to 2016, the catch per unit of effort (CPUE), the estimation of maximum sustainable (MSY), the biodiversity of fish species in the flood plain waters of Hulu Sungai Utara Regency (HSU). Research and field data collection was carried out throughout 2016, by collecting fishing gears and catch data from fishermen at Tampakang Village and Palbatu Village. The highest fish production was found in 2014, which reached a value of 2053 tons/year, and tended to decline in the following year. The highest catch per unit of effort per year was found to be in 2014 (151.65 tons/effort), and significantly dropped in 2016 (36.05 tons/effort). The Maximum Sustainable Yield (MSY) analysis obtained a value of 2103.13 tons/year with an effort value of 16.57 for standard fishing gear. The research identified 31 species of fish and the largest composition was baung (Mystusnemurus) and Nila (Tilapia nilotica).
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