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Latest issueVolume 8, Issue 1 (2024)

This issue is in progress but contains articles that are final and fully citable.

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  • Labakkang District is the only coastal district in Pangkep Regency that has the potential for salt pond business activities. The people's salt farming business is a business that has been carried out by the people in this area for a long time, but there are several problems, namely the large amount of unused land, low quality of salt, low selling price and lack of market absorption, therefore a study is needed to see the sustainability status of the business. the. This research aims to determine the sustainability status of people's salt businesses in Labakkang District, Pangkep Regency. The analytical method used in this research is sustainability status analysis with "SIOS" (sustainability index of salt) modified from the Rapfish analysis program. to find out the sustainability status of the people's salt business. Based on the results of the analysis of sustainability status using the sustainability index approach, it shows that the value of the ecological dimension (85.98), the economic dimension (80.79) and the institutional dimension (75.91) are all included in the sustainable category, while the value of the social dimension is (57.63). falls into the moderately sustainable category.

    • Abdul RaufAbdulRauf
    • Kamil YusufKamilYusuf
    • Muhammad YunusMuhammadYunus
    • Andi Muhammad Ilham RaufAndiMuhammad IlhamRauf
    Research article Open Access
    Vol 8, No 1, P: 1-8
  • Graphical abstract

    Sea grapes (Caulerpa racemosa) is a variety of green algae grown in coastal areas with bioactive compounds that have been used by humans as antitumors, antivirals, and antimicrobials. The coastal regions of Lohia district of Muna, including part of Buton Strait, and the western part of Muna district, specifically in the North Tiworo District of Muna West district, which is part of Tiworo Strait, cultivate sea wine. The purpose of this research is to identify the compounds contained in the sea wine grown in the waters of Buton Strait in Muna district, Lohía district, and Tiworo Strait in Muna West District of Tiworo North district. The methods used in this study are observation and determination of the sample take point, sampling, sample preparation, and identification of sample compounds using a spectroscopic photometer. It was found that the samples from the Buton Strait contained saponins, alkaloids, and tannins, with a water content of 15.13%, an ash content of 26.37%, a protein content of 5.24%, a fat content of 0.16%, and carbohydrates making up 53.10%. The samples from the Tiworo Strait, on the other hand, contained saponins, alkaloids, and tannins, with a water content of 15.35%, an ash content of 22.9%, a protein content of 5.20%, a fat content of 0.14%, and carbohydrates making up 56.62%.

    • Anshar AnsharAnshar
    • Mosriula MosriulaMosriula
    Research article Open Access
    Vol 8, No 1, P: 9-14
  • Graphical abstract

    Seagrass ecosystem is a coastal ecosystem where seagrass grows as the dominant vegetation and can live permanently below sea level. Of course, the existence of human activities that do not care about the coastal environment has an impact on changes in seagrass communities in supporting coastal ecosystems. This study aims to determine the structure of the seagrass community in Terkulai Island Waters, Tanjungpinang City, this research was conducted in May 2023. Determination of the sampling point was carried out using the purposive sampling method with 4 stations that have seagrass distribution. Observation of seagrass was carried out using the modified line transect method where the line transect was placed at the starting point where seagrass was found until the end point was not found, the transect placement was chosen based on the longest area of the seagrass stretch and as a benchmark the transect placement was squared 50 x 50 cm then each line transect length was divided by 10% to get the squared distance between transects. The results of the study found 3 types of seagrass in the waters of Terkulai Island namely Enhalus acoroides, Thalassia hemprichii, Halophila ovalis. Seagrass Thalassia hemprichiii has the highest density when compared to other seagrass species with density values ranging from 764 to 1928 shoots/m2. If categorized, the value of seagrass cover at each station is included in the medium category. For seagrass biomass the Enhalus acoroides type is larger when compared to other seagrass species. The results of PCA (Principal Component Analysis) showed that seagrass cover was closely related to the environmental parameter characteristics of depth, brightness, salinity.

    • Fatma Chairda YaniFatmaChairdaYani
    • Susiana SusianaSusiana
    • Aditya Hikmat NugrahaAdityaHikmatNugraha
    • Rochmady RochmadyRochmady
    Research article Open Access
    Vol 8, No 1, P: 15-20
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    Calcium is a mineral that can be found in the shells of sea urchins. Calcium supplementation in pill form is commonly encountered within the community, derived from both animal and vegetable sources. The objective of this study is to investigate the physico-chemical properties of calcium derived from the shells of the sea urchin species Diadema setosum. The research was conducted between April 2023 and June 2023, involving sample collection on BarrangLompo Island and subsequent testing at the Chemical Laboratory of Pangkep State Agricultural Polytechnic. The study methodology employed entailed conducting experiments within a controlled laboratory setting where distinct treatment media were utilized. Specifically, the treatments employed were denoted as Treatment A, characterized by a temperature of 1000 °C, and Treatment B, characterized by a temperature of 500 °C.The findings of the study conducted on calcium derived from sea urchin shells (Diadema setosum) revealed that the calcium exhibited two distinct colors, namely dark brown and light brown. Additionally, some samples possessed an odor, while others were odorless. Furthermore, the texture of the calcium was observed to be smooth. The average yield values for treatment A and treatment B were determined to be 1.49 and 1.80, respectively. Moreover, the average water content values for treatment A and treatment B were found to be 1.29 and 1.06, respectively. Lastly, the average calcium content values for treatment A and treatment B were measured to be 83.30 and 78.20, respectively. Based on the results of statistical analysis, it is evident that there is no statistically significant disparity observed in the yield, water content, or calcium content of sea urchin shell calcium flour (Diadema setosum).

    • Hasrianti HasriantiHasrianti
    • Harianti HariantiHarianti
    • Awaluddin AwaluddinAwaluddin
    • Zul KhairiyahZulKhairiyah
    Research article Open Access
    Vol 8, No 1, P: 21-27
  • Kinship among the people of Mattampa Walie village in Bone can be created because values, norms and trust between fellow communities are still upheld. The concept of social capital has three important elements, namely trust, values and networks, which can place special emphasis on the causal relationship between social capital and community welfare. The research uses a qualitative approach with a case study type. Data collection was carried out using observation, interview and documentation techniques. Data analysis techniques are carried out by reducing data, presenting data and drawing conclusions. The research results show that strong social capital, supported by trust, solid social networks, and the values of mutual cooperation, is an important foundation in strengthening solidarity and togetherness in the Mattampa Walie Village community. It is hoped that this will be an impetus for better development, as well as increasing the welfare and resilience of families in preparing strong human resources.

    • Muhammad SabiqMuhammadSabiq
    • Sakaria SakariaSakaria
    • Arisnawawi ArisnawawiArisnawawi
    Research article Open Access
    Vol 8, No 1, P: 29-33
  • This research tries to describe the existence of values and norms in the fishing community of Mattiro Bone Village. This research was conducted on Bontosua Pangkep Island. This research is a mix method. Data and information were obtained through in-depth interviews and limited observations from five informants determined by snowball sampling. The questionnaire was also distributed to 15 respondents. The data was then analyzed qualitatively to explain research data and facts. The existence of fishing communities is measured by the social capital they possess in the form of values and norms. The research results show that the existence of the values and norms of the fishing community on Bontosua Island is a community that is open or accepting of the values and norms that enter their community. The people of Bontosua still adhere closely to the values and norms that exist in their area, this is proven by several attached data such as a high level of mutual respect and a high level of mutual assistance. The research results also show that the community still accepts the arrival of outside parties, in this case the government and outside communities, if their aims and objectives are good for the fishing community on Bontosua Island.

    • Sakaria SakariaSakaria
    • Muhammad SabiqMuhammadSabiq
    • Arisnawawi ArisnawawiArisnawawi
    Research article Open Access
    Vol 8, No 1, P: 35-41
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    This study aims to determine the frozen shelf life of Lawa’ Mairo by analyzing the total plate number. This research was carried out in June 2022, the manufacture and testing of Lawa 'Mairo was carried out at the Laboratory of the Fishery Product Quality Application Center, Makassar, South Sulawesi. This research is classified as quantitative research with experimental method, with four treatments (storage time). Three lengths of frozen storage, namely 1 day, 3 days, and 5 days, as well as 0 days as control (fresh lawa' mairo). Data analysis used the t test to see the effect of storage time on microbial growth and the effect of sensory values on treatment. The results of this study indicate that the shelf life of frozen lawa' mairo from ALT testing that has been carried out is classified as safe for consumption. Lawa’ mairo can last as long as in cold or frozen conditions. Based on the t test, the storage time was declared to have a significant effect on microbial growth in frozen lawa' mairo products. The results of the sensory test on the hedonic scale showed that the panelists' preference level was highest on fresh lawa' mairo (0 days storage). Based on the panelists' assessment of frozen lawa' mairo, there was a change in taste due to an oxidation process during the storage period. Based on the t test performed, it is stated that it has a significant effect between the sensory values of the hedonic scale on the storage time (p<0.05).

    • Rasmini RasminiRasmini
    • Aryanti SusilowatiAryantiSusilowati
    • Zul KhairiyahZulKhairiyah
    Research article Open Access
    Vol 8, No 1, P: 43-47

Latest Research articlesVolume 8, Issue 1 (2024)

This issue is in progress but contains articles that are final and fully citable.
  • ISSN: 2598-8298 (Medium online)
  • Journal title: Akuatikisle: Jurnal Akuakultur, Pesisir dan Pulau-Pulau Kecil
  • Journal Initials: Akuatikisle
  • Abbreviation: Akuatikisle: J. Aqua. Coast. & Isle
  • First Year published: 2017
  • First Volume published: Volume 1 Issue 1
  • Frequency: Semiannually — (2 Issue in 1 Volume per year)
  • Coverage Year: 2017 to present
  • Coverage Volume: Volume 1 — Volume 8 (present)
Publishing options: OAOpen Access
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May 2024

Editor-in-chief: Rochmady, Center for Coastal and Isle Research, Indonesia

Akuatikisle: Jurnal Pesisir dan Pulau Kecil organized by Sangia Publishing part of Sangia Research Media and Publishing in collaboration with Department of Aquaculture, Wuna Agricultural Sciences University established the Centre for Coastal and Small Island Studies (CSISC) Indonesia. Centre for Coastal and Small Island Studies (CSISC) Indonesia has a mission to promote the scientific research of coastal and isles scope and all its aspects and disseminate to the public the knowledge gained.

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Manuscripts published in the scope of science; aquaculture, fisheries biotechnology, feed and fish nutrition, marine microbiology, marine aquaculture, fishery technology, fisheries biology, population dynamics, fisheries sensing, fishing, marine ecology, fish ecology. All fields of science in the development of coastal fisheries and small islands (see Aim & Scope).


In one volume of Akuatikisle: Jurnal Pesisir dan Pulau Kecil divided into two editions, which are published in the 1st May and 2nd November each year. Articles are written in Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian language) OR English. Title and Abstracts must be in English.

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