Strategy of the Mangrove ecosystem management in efforts to combat abrasion in the Bantan District case of the Mangrove ecosystem in Teluk Papal Village, Bantan District, Bengkalis Regency, Indonesia
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2019 - Volume 13 Issue 1, pp. 75-82
  • Published Online: 06 Feb 2019
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Reference: Zulkarnaini, Ariandi D, Syahril. Strategy of the Mangrove ecosystem management in efforts to combat abrasion in the Bantan District case of the Mangrove ecosystem in Teluk Papal Village, Bantan District, Bengkalis Regency, Indonesia. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(1):75-82.

Abstract

Mangroves in the Teluk Papal Village are in a community that grow naturally. Mangrove conditions in the Teluk Papal Village in some areas have been damaged as a result of beach abrasion, land conversion into plantations, and community logging. Damage to the mangrove area is expected to increase in the future. Therefore, it is necessary to research about the mangrove damage by monitoring the change of the mangrove area and to analyze the leading factors as to why this damage is occuring. The purpose of this study is to assess the level of damage and factors which cause mangrove damage, to calculate the total economic value and formulate a mangrove management strategy for the Teluk Papal Village, in the Bantan District. The results show that mangrove vegetation in the Teluk Papal Village consists of 10 species, namely Avicennia alba, Rhyzophora mucronata, Thespesia populnea, Sonneratia alba, Excoecaria agallocha, Sonneratia caseolaris, Bruguiera gymnorhyza, Xylocarpus granatum, Rhyzophora apiculata, Nypa fruticans. Based on the results of standardized criteria and guidelines for damage to mangroves KEPMENLH 201 in 2004, mangroves in the Teluk Papal Village are in good condition ( they are very solid and medium). This is based on the amount of tree density per hectare. The leading factor is coastal abrasion due to reduced mangrove vegetation in the front row, land conversion to plantation land and brick production. The estimated economic value of the mangroves is calculated by direct benefits, indirect benefits, benefits of choice and benefits of existence with a financial result of Rp 42.567.271.593.04. Based on the results of economic analysis it shows that the mangrove ecosystem in the Teluk Papal Village has a large economic value which means if there is a change in the mangrove area and its positive (increasing), then the value of the mangrove economy is positive (increased) and vice versa. This condition indicates that the mangrove ecosystem must be maintained so that its ecological, economic, social and environmental functions can be utilized sustainably.

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