E3S Web Conf.
Volume 322, 2021International Seminar on Fish and Fisheries Sciences (ISFFS 2021)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Fish Capture and Fishing Gear|
|Published online||11 November 2021|
Estimated production, catch per unit effort, biological aspects of tuna, skipjack, and small tuna in North Sumatra
1 Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science, Udayana University, Indonesia
2 Research Institute for Tuna Fisheries, Denpasar, 80334, Indonesia
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Tuna and like species resources are like other renewable resources. The level of exploitation of these resources dramatically affects their ability to maintain their numbers and abundance in the water. Fishery management policy should be conducted based on a scientific-based approach. This research aims to collect data related to tuna fisheries and the like, including data collection aspects of coaching, the composition of catches, and the biology of tuna catches in 2020. Research location in North Sumatra. The results showed that the estimated value of skipjack tuna (SKJ) of 232,823 tons, yellowfin tuna (YFT) of 23,682 tons, frigate tuna (FRI) is 40,949 tons, and Kawakawa (KAW) is 1,374 tons. SKJ, as of 6.149 samples, have length class 18-60 cmFL, CPUE highest in April and lowest in August. FRI of 1.619 samples with a lengthy class between 17-44 cmFL, CPUE highest in October and lowest in December. YFT of 1.060 samples with a lengthy class 18-60 cm, CPUE highest in April and lowest in March. Kawakawa of the 1.530 samples has length class 25-54 cm, with the highest CPUE in April and lowest in March and July.
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