SCIENTIFIC WORK

Author
Sitti Nursinar
Subject
- Perikanan
Abstract
Abstract. Botutonuo Waters, Bone Bolango Regency, is an area that has coral reef potential for marine tourism practices. However, high human activity such as destructive fishing practices and increasing population in coastal area causes the coral reef ecosystem to be stressed and damaged. One of the alternatives that can be implemented to protect and conserve coral reefs is through coral transplantation. This study was conducted to provide information about the success of transplantation using the spider module. The experiment was conducted for two months by placing ten spider modules in the water. A total of 60 coral fragments were used where six coral fragments were tied to each module. Coral growth monitoring was carried out every two weeks for four times. The results revealed that the absolute growth of corals for two months of observation showed positive results, namely 1.52 cm. The growth rate of the transplanted corals was 0.19 cm/week or 0.03 cm/day. The survival rate of transplanted corals was 100% and is included in the category of high transplant success rate. Key Words: Botutonuo waters, coral reef, growth, spider, survival rate.
Publisher
Turnitin
Contributor
Turnitin
Publish
2021
Material Type
ARTIKEL
Right
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