Rapfish Analysis (Rapid Appraisal for Fisheries) for Sustainability of Lobster (Panulirus Sp.) in Coastal Cilacap With a Blue Economy Approach to Maritime Security

Authors

  • Nabilah Rizqia Ramadhanty National Security of Indonesia Defense University, Aquatic Resource Management of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Jayeng Ferdi Setiawan Aquatic Resource Management of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Rudiyanto National Security of Indonesia Defense University
  • Widodo National Security of Indonesia Defense University
  • Kristijarso National Security of Indonesia Defense University
  • Sarifah Aini International Partnership Office of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Angkasa Putra International Partnership Office of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Putra Arisandi International Partnership Office of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries

Keywords:

RAPFISH, lobster, EAFM, sustainability

Abstract

Based on the results of the sustainability analysis of the EAFM domain for the management of lobster fisheries on the coast of Cilacap, it is necessary to carry out a comparative analysis to describe the sustainability status of each domain and the interrelationships between each indicator used. In addition, it is necessary to measure the indicators that are the main factors in determining the status of the domain. Four security concepts, namely sea power, marine safety, blue economy, and human security. All of this information is expected to be used as material for a stronger analysis in determining policy priorities in the next chapter. RAPFISH (Rapid Appraisal for Fisheries) is an analytical method to evaluate the sustainability of fisheries in a multidisciplinary manner based on the technique of ordination (putting something in the order of measurable attributes) with Multi-Dimensional Scaling (MDS). Monte Carlo analysis is used to determine the stability of the RAPFISH ordinance results, Laverage analysis is carried out to find out what attributes are sensitive from all dimensions used. The results obtained from the testing of this chapter are the sustainability status of each management dimension in general is in moderately sustainable status with an average score of 54.56. The dimension with the lowest level of sustainability is the dimension of fish resources and the highest dimension is the dimension of fishing techniques.

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2021-12-31

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Nabilah Rizqia Ramadhanty, Jayeng Ferdi Setiawan, Rudiyanto, Widodo, Kristijarso, Sarifah Aini, Angkasa Putra, & Putra Arisandi. (2021). Rapfish Analysis (Rapid Appraisal for Fisheries) for Sustainability of Lobster (Panulirus Sp.) in Coastal Cilacap With a Blue Economy Approach to Maritime Security. American Academic Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 85(1), 41–59. Retrieved from https://www.asrjetsjournal.org/index.php/American_Scientific_Journal/article/view/7268

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