SUSTAINABILITY STATUS OF THE ECOLOGICAL DIMENSION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MARICULTURE DEVELOPMENT AREA (CASE STUDY IN EKAS BAY, EAST LOMBOK REGENCY, WEST NUSA TENGGARA PROVINCE, INDONESIA)MUH. YUSUF, COCON, SUTRISNO ANGGORO, DENNY NUGROHO SUGIANTO AND INOVASITA ALIFDINI
The phenomenon of a decrease of water environmental quality caused by internal factor, namely uncontrollable mariculture activities as well as external factors relating to the activities of other land use and up-land (mainland) is perceived to be a serious threat to the sustainability of mariculture efforts activities and water ecosystem in general. The purpose of this study is to analyze the sustainability status of the ecological dimension in the management of mariculture development area; and determine priority of policy and management strategies of sustainable mariculture development. The results of study showed that use index values of sustainability status of ecological dimension were in the category less sustainable with the sustainability index value of 44.62. The results of the analysis Leverage and Pareto to 17 (seventeen) ecological dimension attribute indicates that there were 10 (ten) sensitive attributes that most influence on the sustainability status of ecological dimensions. In an effort to improve the performance of area management of mariculture in a sustainable manner, we need concrete strategies through improved performance the sensitive attributes based on the priority scale.
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