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Ecotrophic : Journal of Environmental Science
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ISSN (Print) 1907-5626 - ISSN (Online) 2503-3395
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    • Authors: La Ode Alisyukur, Sunarto Sunarto, Muh Aris Marfai
      Pages: 100 - 110
      Abstract: The coastal zone of South Buton Regency consists of unique ecosystems and abundant natural resources, but facing problems, mainly in terms of conflict between economic needs and ecological aspects. This study aims to set up scenarios for sustainable coastal zone management (SCZM) in South Buton Regency that are synergistic and benefit all stakeholders, without disregarding the principals of ecological conservation. Data were collected by interviews and field observations and were analyzed using prospective analysis method. Comprehensive analyisis were performed encompassing the effects and interactions of key components of the successfulness of the SCZM in South Buton based on the stakeholders desires. Three environmental management scenarios were assessed, namely: the conservative-pessimistic scenario, in which refinements for the key components are at minimum levels, the moderate-optimistic scenario, in which refinements for the key components are about 50%, and the progressive-optimistic scenario, in which all the key components are addressed for refinements. Results of the prospective analysis show that the moderate-optimistic scenario was the most appropriate scheme to be implemented for the sustainable coastal zone management in South Buton Regency, follows by progressive-optimistic and conservative-pessimistic scenarios, respectively. Keywords: Coastal zone; Key components; Prospective analysis; Environmental management
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p01
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: Beny Mustofa, I Wayan Arthana, Ni Luh Watiniasih
      Pages: 111 - 119
      Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine the quality of waters, community structure of phytoplankton and zooplankton around the fishponds waters of Gerokgak Subdistrict. This research was conducted for 2 months, from May to June 2019. There were three sampling locations, namely in Gerokgak, Patas and Sumberkima Villages. The research method used was field research using quantitative analysis of phytoplankton biological indice. The waters condition around the Gerokgak Subdistrict waters was rather polluted, except for the around Sumberkima Village waters. The quality of the waters of Sumberkima Village was better than that of Gerokgak Village and Patas Village waters. Plankton abundance in the waters of Sumberkima Village was slightly low. The highest abundance of plankton in the waters of Patas Village and the lowest in Gerokgak Village waters. The dominant type of plankton was Cyanophyceae (blue-green algae). Keywords: water quality; plankton; species; abundance.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p02
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: Shinta Lestari Santosa, I Nyoman Rai, Wayan Diara
      Pages: 120 - 130
      Abstract: Vegetable cultivation is livelihoods for side Lake Batur communities, Kintamani, Bangli. Hilly natural conditions with a soil texture influenced by the eruption of Mount Batur, 900 m above sea level, and 900-3500 mm high rainfall, causing this region is very suitable for the cultivation of various vegetables, including shallot. One effort to meet the high demand for shallots is that efforts are made to improve cultivation techniques, including fertilizing to improve yields. In modern agriculture, the use of fertilizer is absolutely essential to trigger the level of crop production. The aims is to analyze the combination effect of using of inorganic fertilizer (ZA fertilizer) and organic fertilizer (compost fertilizer) on shallot vegetable cultivation systems on the content of pollutants, N nutrients and onion crop yields on the shores of Lake Batur, Kintamani District, Bangli Regency. The study using RBD with two factors where factor I: provision of organic fertilizer is leaf compost made aerobically (O), consisted of 3 levels, namely: O0 = 0*, O1 = 5* and O2 = 10*and factor II: the application of inorganic fertilizer namely ZA (S) fertilizer, consisted of 3 levels, namely: S0 = 0**, S1 = 50** and S2  = 100**, each repeated 3 times. The parameters observed were the growth and yield of shallots as well as the content of Pb, Zn, Cu and N nutrients in the soil. The nutrient content (N) in the soil, when using chemical fertilizer ZA and compost organic is not significantly different, as well as the results of onion plants, while the content of Pb, Zn and Cu on the use of chemical fertilizer ZA and organic compost, very real different. The highest soil Pb content in S2O1 treatment is 30.07***, the highest soil Zn content in the S2O1 treatment was 28.24***, and the highest soil Cu content in the S1O2 treatment is 17.22***. *= tons/ha **= kg/ha ***= mg/kg Keywords: compost; contents Pb; Zn; Cu of soil; shallot; ZA.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p03
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: Made Armadi, Wayan Suarna, Made Sudarma, Made Sudiana Mahendra, Nyoman Sudipa
      Pages: 131 - 142
      Abstract: Garbage is a problem that must be faced by the community, because garbage is a form of environmental pollution, where garbage can have an impact on public health, such as; odors, floods, destroy aesthetics, fire, greenhouse effect and so on. Household waste management requires active community participation so that the role of the government does not get heavier. Increase community participation in waste management in Denpasar City. In an effort to build the effectiveness of waste management in Denpasar City, it is necessary to develop a community-based waste management model in Denpasar City. The purpose of developing a waste management model is to actively involve the community in managing waste in Denpasar City. This study uses the Interpretative Structural Modeling (ISM) method approach by using elements of the affected community, elements of program objectives, elements of indicators to achieve goals, elements of the main constraints and elements of the institutions involved. In compiling the sub-elements from each element, it involves figures, experts, actors and activists in Denpasar City on community-based waste management. The results of the modeling show that the participatory role of the community is very important in reducing waste through reuse, increasing community involvement and implementing 3R activities. The main obstacle in waste management is the limited facilities and infrastructure for waste management and the unclear waste management organization. Possible changes are that law enforcement and waste regulations must be clear and the involvement of all stakeholders in community-based waste management in Denpasar City. Keywords: model; management; waste; society.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p04
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)
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    • Authors: I Made Sara Wijana, Ni Made Ernawati, Abd Rahman As-syakur
      Pages: 143 - 153
      Abstract: It is very important to know the status of river water quality, in order to determine the direction of resource management which is decreasing in quality according to its allocation. Analysis of the status of the water quality of the Ayung River in Bali Province using secondary data in the form of data on illness results from 2014 to 2018. The number of parameters applied to the fire is 16 parameters with class II water quality standards referring to attachment XII of Bali Governor Regulation No. 16 of 2016 concerning Environmental Quality Standards and Environmental Damage Standard Criteria. The analysis used the Storetic Method (Decree of the Minister of Environment Number 115 of 2003). The results of the analysis show that the status of Ayung River water is at very good, good and moderate levels. The status of the Ayung River's air quality tends to decline from year to year and from upstream to downstream. Status determining parameters are: BOD5, phosphate, phenol, detergent and sulfide. Key words: water quality status; ayung river; storet.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p05
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: Bernadina Paulinda Maku, I Wayan Suarna, I Wayan Diara
      Pages: 154 - 164
      Abstract: Taman Wisata Alam (TWA) Danau Buyan-Danau Tamblingan one of the forest ecosystems that are rich in biodiversity.  The information about carbon stocks stored at the surface of the soil is very important to know in order to improvements can be made to the cultivation technique, plant type selection, and right forest management to maintain and increase carbon stocks. The study aimed: calculating and knowing the factors behind the difference carbon stocks above ground level, litter, and soil at Buyan Lake forest and Tamblingan Lake forest and formulating management strategy of TWA Danau Buyan-Danau Tamblingan for supports increased forest carbon stocks. Whereases the measurements carbon stock at medium, low and high density. To formulate management directives used the SWOT analysis. The result of this study is: carbon stocks in above ground level, litter and soil at Buyan Lake forest smaller than Tamblingan Lake forest, with the following details Buyan Lake forest, was: 613.03 ton/ha, 62.56 ton/ha and 125.443 ton/ha whereas Tamblingan Lake forest was: 768.93 ton/ha, 105.26 ton/ha and 360.711 ton/ha, factors causing differences in carbon stocks at Buyan Lake forest and Tamblingan Lake Forest  is the variety of plants that dominate and the human activity.  Management strategy of TWA is: provide assistance to the community to proposing Izin Pengusahaan Pariwisata Alam (IPPA), facilitated indigenous villages to gain recognition of customary forests and formulated awig-awig as local wisdom in management of TWA Danau Buyan-Danau Tamblingan. Keywords: Carbon stock; Forest management strategies; analysis SWOT; TWA Danau Buyan Danau Tamblingan.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p06
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: I Made Sumarya, Ni Ketut Ayu Juliasih, I Putu Sudiartawan
      Pages: 165 - 180
      Abstract: This research objective examined the source of pollutants, water quality and water pollution level of Buyan Lake. The research conducted field observation to identify the source of pollutants, measuring the water quality and water pollution level of Lake Buyan compared to the standard of environmental quality and damage criteria. This research employed the newest standard measurement and equipment in purpose of water and wastewater inspection. Furthermore, this research used STORET method to analys the pollution level. The results discovered that the pollutant’s source was the settlement and agricultural activities around Buyan Lake. The average value of physical parameters i.e temperature, dissolved residue (TDS), suspended residue (TSS), turbidity and brightness are 23.02 oC; 127 mg.L-1, 4.71 mg L-1, 12.52 JTU; and 133.6 cm respectively. The average values ''of the chemical parameters i.e. pH, DO, BOD5, COD, NO3, NO2, Ammonia and Phosphate are 7.48, 5.95 mg.L-1*, 25.46 mg.L-1*, 42.99 mg.L-1*, 1.25 mg.L-1, 0.054 mg.L-1, 0.158 mg.L-1, and 0.149 mg.L-1 respectively. The average values ''of bacteriological parameters i.e Fecal Coliform and Total Coliform are 32.8 MPN/100 ml and 392 MPN/100 ml. The comparation results showed that DO, BOD5, COD, NO2, ammonia, phosphate, fecal coliform and total coliform exceed the Class I Standard of Water Quality. STRORET analysis confirmed a high level of pollution i.e. -40. The overall results show that Buyan Lake water is in the heavily polluted category due to domestic and agricultural activities.
      Keywords: Buyan Lake; Pollutant Sources; Pollution Level and Water Quality.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p07
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: Nyoman Sudipa, Made Sudiana Mahendra, Wayan Sandi Adnyana, Ida Bagus Pujaastawa
      Pages: 181 - 189
      Abstract: Environmental water quality is very influential on environmental sustainability and tourism in the Nusa Penida Tourism Area. Changes in environmental water quality are influenced by human activities in utilizing environmental resources. As a developing tourism area, Nusa Penida has a source of environmental water from springs, groundwater and has marine waters with biodiversity that become underwater paradise. The method used by analyzing water quality uses a standardized quality approach based on Bali Governor's Regulation No. 16 of 2016 concerning Environmental Quality Standards and Environmental Damage Quality Criteria and to find out the water pollution index using the approach of the Decree of the Minister of Environment No. 51 of 2004, then compared with environmental water quality using environmental water quality tests that have been carried out in the Study of Analysis Regarding the Environmental Impact of the Nusa Penida Tourism Area in 1998.Tests for the quality of sea water, well water and spring water in 2019 each showed relatively better results compared to the results of quality tests for sea water, well water and spring water in 1998. Influential parameters The index of sea water pollution, well water and spring water in Nusa Penida are turbidity parameters, free ammonia (NH3-N) dissolved residue (TDS) and total coliform, respectively.Keywords: environment; quality; water; tourism; Nusa Penida.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p08
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: Chara Bernike, Masahiko Nagai, Takahiro Osawa
      Pages: 190 - 200
      Abstract: Space utilization for measurement of the changes of Earth’s surface is an alternative monitoring technique. Covering a large area with better spatial resolution, comparable accuracy and costly low compared with conventional measurement have made SAR technology more popular in monitoring the subsidence. Land subsidence is the vertical movement of the land surface mainly triggered by fluid extraction, load of construction, geological condition, natural compaction or tectonic activity. Previous researchers have found that Jakarta has experienced land subsidence for decades. On the other hand, rapid urban growth and severe congestion problem in Jakarta are also crucial issues. By providing the first MRT subway, it is expected to be solved the congestion problem. Persistent Scatterer Interferometry Synthetic Aperture Radar (PSInSAR) is one of method to identify the deformation with millimeter accuracy. It was perfectly useful for studied on the land subsidence in consequence of the first MRT subway project in Jakarta. The land displacement monitoring along MRT subway trajectory has been acquired by processing Sentinel 1 and ALOS PALSAR-2. This study was able to investigate the land subsidence by using SARPROZ. Finally, the results of this study indicated that land subsidence occurred in the construction area with the lowest land subsidence rate of -0.6 cm/year and the highest land subsidence rate was -7.3 cm/year. Keywords: PSInSAR; subway; land subsidence; MRT.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p09
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: Cornelia Coraima Lazaren, Made Antara, Ida Ayu Astarini
      Pages: 201 - 213
      Abstract: Seagrass ecosystems in addition to providing economic benefits also have ecological functions, so it is highly recommended to conserve these ecosystems in order to preserve spawning areas, nurseries and habitats for fish and other marine biota. This study aims to identify the condition of seagrass ecosystems in Samuh Beach, Nusa Dua, estimating the economic value of the seagrass ecosystems in Samuh Beach, Nusa Dua and formulating for sustainable management of seagrass ecosystems in Samuh Beach, Nusa Dua. The study was conducted in January-March 2020 at Samuh Beach, Nusa Dua, Bali. Data collected includes secondary data and primary data. Secondary data were collected from related institutions, while primary data were collected through purposive sampling and questionnaires. The analysis used was description analysis, calculation of the economic value of marine resources through a Total Economic Value (TEV) and DPSIR analysis. This study found that the actual condition of the seagrass ecosystem resources in Samuh Beach is currently in the category of less rich/less healthy due to natural factors (substrate conditions) and human activity (anthropogenic). The economic value of seagrass ecosystems at Samuh Beach Nusa Dua, Bali showed the total economic value reached IDR. 327,843,325 per year and seagrass ecosystem management strategies that can be applied in the coastal area of ''Samuh Beach are the development of marine ecotourism, stock enrichment, and rehabilitation of seagrass beds. Keywords: Seagrass condition; TEV; economic valuation; Samuh beach.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p10
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)

    • Authors: Made Ryan Dwiputra, Takahiro Osawa, I Wayan Gede Astawa Karang
      Pages: 214 - 223
      Abstract: The utilization of groundwater unwise leads to problems for the life of sentient beings. The majority of environmental damage, mainly by groundwater utilization, is done or caused by human activities. The land subsidence, drought, seawater intrusion are some examples of damage caused by groundwater utilization unwise. This research aims to estimate land subsidence in southern Bali and analyze groundwater level reduction with land subsidence. The PS-InSAR technique to monitor land subsidence has been carried out in several regions in Indonesia and other countries. In this study, 38 images of Sentinel-1 taken from February 2015 to December 2018 are used to analyze the PS-InSAR technique. Land subsidence is found in Denpasar Utara district and Kerobokan district with deformation in -8 mm to -19 mm and velocity up to -5 mm/year. The utilization of groundwater causing land subsidence in Southern Bali is no significant relationship with coefficient correlation 0,16 and influenced only 2,7%. Limited groundwater data also influences the correlation between groundwater utilization and the occurrence of land subsidence. Keywords: Land Subsidence; Sentinel-1A; PS-InSAR; Southern Bali.
      PubDate: 2020-12-24
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2020.v14.i02.p11
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2020)
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