Proceedings of the 1st International Conference Postgraduate School Universitas Airlangga : "Implementation of Climate Change Agreement to Meet Sustainable Development Goals" (ICPSUAS 2017)

Anisakidae as a Bioindicator Candidate in Response of Environmental Damage

Authors
Hartanto M. Raharjo, Setiawan Koesdarto, Qabilah C. K. N. Sumarsono, Febrina D. Permatasari, Zafitri N. Wastomi, Nurul S. A. Sari
Corresponding Author
Hartanto M. Raharjo
Available Online August 2017.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icpsuas-17.2018.82How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Anisakidae; Infestation rate; Bioindicator; Environmental damage
Abstract

Increasing of environmental damage in coastal and marine areas can affect the presence of marine ecosystem and fishery products such as reduces type of fishes, and decline of fishes obtained from the sea. This will certainly affect the socio economic in coastal areas, especially on groups of fishermen and traders. So to prevent the occurrence of environmental damage in coastal and marine areas, it is necessary an early warning system. Anisakidae have the potential as an early warning system as it works as bioindicator. This research was expost facto research with purposive sampling from two different areas in East Java, between January and March 2016, thirty sample of groupers from coastal Probolinggo as areas exposed to anthropogenic effects and thirty sample from coastal Tuban as areas far from anthropogenic effects. The results showed that Anisakidae in groupers between sample from coastal Probolinggo and coastal Tuban had the different level of parasitological indexes. Prevalence from coastal Probolinggo only 10%, with infestation rate very low 2. It's different with the sample from coastal Tuban with prevalence 80% and infestation rate 5.9. From data analyze with Mann Whitney test showed significantly different for Anisakidae infestation in groupers between two areas. This research showed areas exposed to anthropoghenic effects have low infestation rate of Anisakidae if compare with areas far from anthropogenic effects. With knowing the infestation rate of Anisakidae people and goverment can measure and overcome the environmental damage effect in coastal and marine areas.

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TY  - CONF
AU  - Hartanto M. Raharjo
AU  - Setiawan Koesdarto
AU  - Qabilah C. K. N. Sumarsono
AU  - Febrina D. Permatasari
AU  - Zafitri N. Wastomi
AU  - Nurul S. A. Sari
PY  - 2017/08
DA  - 2017/08
TI  - Anisakidae as a Bioindicator Candidate in Response of Environmental Damage
BT  - Proceedings of the 1st International Conference Postgraduate School Universitas Airlangga : "Implementation of Climate Change Agreement to Meet Sustainable Development Goals" (ICPSUAS 2017)
PB  - Atlantis Press
SP  - 374
EP  - 376
SN  - 2352-5398
UR  - https://doi.org/10.2991/icpsuas-17.2018.82
DO  - https://doi.org/10.2991/icpsuas-17.2018.82
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