Lachmuddin , Sya’rani and Asriyanto, Asriyanto and Basuki, Rahardjo (2009) THE EVALUATION OF FISH LANDING PLACE SUPPORTING CAPABILITY OF KLIDANG LOR BATANG REGENCY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CATCHING FISHERY. Jurnal Pesisir . pp. 1-15. (Unpublished)



Abstract The research has objectives of studying the supporting capability of several existing facilities as primary facilities, functional facilities and supporting facilities. As soon as formulating its development strategy. The used method is by using the descriptive method; the data collected consist of primary and secondary data. Primary data are collected through observation, measurement, and direct structured interviews aimed to the respondents that have been previously determined, meanwhile, secondary data are obtained from the involved governmental and private institutions. The secondary data collection process is limited only in the period of 2003-2007. The parameter of the aspects of the fish landing place are analyzed by using the formula of “Fishery Harbour and Fish Landing Place Operational Facility Standardization”, the development of fishery is analyzed by using the descriptive analysis, meanwhile, to determine the development strategy, it uses SWOT analysis. From the research results, it can be found that the necessity of primary facilities, such as, the length of the pier is 168,62 m, meanwhile, the existing pier measures 174 m; the dock area is 11.076,25 m², however, the existing dock area is as much as 8.700 m². The average depth of water ways, measured at the low of water surface (LWS) at the estuary area is 2,01m, dock is 2,46 m, and berthing area is 2,65 m. From the measurement, the average width of water ways is 40 m, meanwhile, the requirement for boat traffic (two way traffic) is only 34,02 m. Meanwhile, the minimum depth standard for the estuary area for small-sized boats is 1,59 m, medium-sized boats is 2,63 m, and large-sized boats is 3,46 m. For the dock area, small-sized boats is at least 1,49 m, medium-sized boats is 2,53 m, and large-sized boats is 3,36 m. For the berthing area, the minimum depth for small-sized boats is 1,39 m, medium- sized boats is 2,43 m, and large-sized boats is 3,26 m. The functional and supporting facilities have been quite adequate. The SWOT analysis shows that the development strategy uses the Strength-Opportunity (SO) strategy. The concluded of research, that the depth of water ways at the estuary (ZI), thus, its depth should fulfill the minimum requirements for all sizes of over-loaded boats. If the minimum depth has not been fulfilled yet, therefore, the boats should wait for the rise of water surface (high tide) until it reaches the edequate limit or the rehabilitation of existing facilities should be conducted. The development strategy uses strength to utilize opportunity, suited to the conditions and participation level of the stakeholders. Keywords: Supporting capability of fish landing place, fishery development, development strategy 2

Item Type:Article
Subjects:Q Science > Q Science (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences > Department of Marine Science
ID Code:768
Deposited By:mr heru kartiko prihartono
Deposited On:01 Oct 2009 11:50
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