Total Economic Value of Segara Anakan Lagoon Area

Lilik Kartika Sari, Luky Adrianto, Kadarwan Soewardi, Agus S Atmadipoera, Endang Hilmi


Segara Anakan covers area of waters, mud flat and mangrove forest provide habitat for life and place of variety of flora and fauna. Segara Anakan is unique and very valuable. Segara Anakan, the coastal area of south of Java, has ecological systems associated with the event of sedimentation due to activities of watersheed above as well as fisheries and system associated with the social actors, social structures and processes. Segara Anakan as a system which provides complex role is a provider of ecosystem services for the surrounding community. The total economic value Segara Anakan region with an area of 14 807 ha area, which includes District Kampung Laut consisting of 4 villages have a total economic value of IDR 106,631,702,769.80 or USD 59,615,745.27 from each ha of mangrove forest.


Mangrove Forest; Segara Anakan Lagoon; Total Economic Value.

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