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Hama Micro Seaweed

Pests and diseases can cause damage to the seaweed, this is because the pest seaweed is seaweed grazer so consumed by pests that exist in the location of cultivation. There is also a pest seaweed that are attached to the thallus kelp, this causes seaweed thallus can not receive nutrients and oxygen available in the water to the optimum because ...

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Factors Substance Causes Water Color

In the provision of drinking water, the color strongly associated with aesthetics. The color of the water can be used as the appropriate type of processing instructions. Based on the cause substances, water color can be distinguished: a) True Color (true color) True colors due to the organic substances in the form of colloids. This color will not change even ...

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Watershed Strategy

Natural resources are an important asset in driving development in an area, so that the management of natural resources becomes a strategic issue to be decided in a fair, transparent and sustainable. Accordance with the spirit contained in Law No. 32 of 2004 on Regional Government, the watershed management strategies that cut across the region are: 1) Build agreement and ...

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Hama Seaweed Fish Beronang

Hama macro is a parasitic organism that is larger than 2 cm contained cultivation location itself and has been in the form of large size / adults. Fish beronang (Siganus spp), is the biggest pests in the cultivation of seaweed. Beronang fish seed has clustered nature of the most serious pests of attack. These fish attack the entire thallus the ...

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Masalah Daerah Aliran Sungai

Peran serta masyarakat sangatlah penting untuk pengelolaan suatu DAS, tidak hanya pada infrastrukur saja, tetapi melalui efisiensi penggunaan air sekitar DAS baik untuk air irigasi maupun domestik, pembuatan sumur-sumur resapan di setiap perumahan/ perkebunan, pembuatan penampung hujan, pencegahan erosi di lahan pertanian dengan membangun terasering dan penanaman tumbuhan yang mempunyai nilai ekonomis sehingga bermanfaat bagi Daerah Aliran Sungai serta bagi ...

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Salinity Factor Water Quality

Salinity is defined as the amount of solid material contained in each kilogram of seawater, assuming all carbonate is converted into oxide form, bromine and iodine replaced by chloride and units of salinity expressed in grams per kilogram, or as thousandths, commonly called “ppt”. Sea water also contains fine droplets in suspension. Most of these substances will be dissolved and ...

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