Bioeconomic Analysis on Squid (loligo sp) Resources Use in the 718 Fishery Management Area (FMA)

Surono Surono, Dewi Susiloningtyas, Ono Kurnaen Sumadhiharga

Abstract


In order, to maintain the balance of squid resources it is necessary to evaluate the level of utilization with the ability to be used as a basic for security in sustainable resource management of squid. The purpose of this study has to determine the optimal level of resource utilization of squid on the basic of bio-economic considerations. The research was conducted at Nizam Zachman Ocean Fishing Port of Jakarta (PPSJ) and Muara Angke Port. The main focus of the research the fishermen aboard the squid nets and squid fishing line that catch the squid in FMA 718 and landed the catch in DKI Jakarta Province. Method used is the quantitative research method and case study. The management of squid resource use based on the condition of MEY has seen to provide better solution in resource management in terms of environment or community resource and economy. The utilization rate of squid fishery resources in FMA 718 since 2006 until 2015 has not been over than Total Actualy Catch (TAC), meaning the utilization of squid resources has not been overfished and can still be developed.


Keywords


Bioeconomic; Optimal Management; Squid; FMA 718.

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