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Author(s): Lubis MZ, Anurogo W


Aceh Journal of Animal Science ABOUT THE JOURNAL: Aims and Scope Editorial Team Reviewer Team FOR AUTHORS: Guideline for Author Publication Ethics Google Scholar Citation ONLINE SUBMISSION: PAPER TEMPLATE: INDEXED BY: DOAJ SINTA - S3 PORTAL GARUDA Free counters! USER Username Password Remember me HOME ABOUT LOGIN REGISTER CATEGORIES SEARCH CURRENT ARCHIVES ANNOUNCEMENTS Home > Vol 1, No 2 > Lubis Fish stock estimation in Sikka Regency Waters, Indonesia using Single Beam Echosounder (CruzPro fish finder PcFF-80) with hydroacoustic survey method Muhammad Zainuddin Lubis, Wenang Anurogo Abstract Sikka regency waters including fishery management with a high utilization status so that the necessary stages of an intensive monitoring and research potential of fish resources. This study aimed to obtain the estimated value of stock biomass and density of fish resources with the acoustic method. Quantitative data obtained will be a source of current information on the state of fish resources in the Sikka regency waters, Indonesia. The research was conducted in May 2015. Acoustic data retrieval, using instruments CruzPro fish finder PcFF-80 with sound velocity of 1516 m / s, power 2560 Watt, and method in survey acoustic use hydroacoustic long transect. The horizontal distribution shows a fluctuation striking at research location has the highest salinity levels in the range of 29.3-29.8 psu. Total biomass of fish in this study showed more the number is at a depth of 11-20 m that is 2,008 tons/km and at a depth of 1-10 m have the total fish biomass is 12.33 tons/km, single detection is done using a single target hydroacoustic show more dominance at a depth of 11-20 m in Sikka regency waters, MTB, Indonesia in May 2015. Number of data from results obtained by looking at the relationship between the number of the data with the total biomass in 1-10 m depth has equation Y = 0.0967x + 0.0486 with R2 is 0.0464 (4%) , while at a depth of 11-20 m has a regression equation is Y = 0.0003x + 0041 with the R2 is 0.0091 (0.9%). Variations in the data or the detection of single targets have variations over the data that is at a depth of 11-20 m with the lowest regression is 0.9%.