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Judul: Persepsi Stakeholder Terhadap Pengembangan Perikanan - Studi Tentang Perikanan Pelagis Kecil di Teluk Piru Maluku
Penulis: A. Tupamahu & R. Huwae  || email:
Jurnal: Amanisal Vol. 1 no. 1 - hal. 38-50 Tahun 2010  [ Perikanan & IK ]
Keywords:  Stakeholder perseption, fisheries development, AHP
Abstract: In order to facilitate sustainable and responsible development as well as involve stakeholders in fisheries, tools like the multi-criteria decision making techniques can be used to assist the decision makers.The analytic hierarchy process (AHP) is one of those tools which can involve stakeholders and identify their priorities of relevant objectives, criteria and development options, and in this way assist in achieving more sustainable and responsible fisheries. The objective of this research is to know some stakeholder perseptions to the sustainable small pelagic fisheries development in Piru bay Maluku. The study have been conducted until September to October 2007in Piru bay Maluku. The factors of small pelagic fisheries development in Piru Bay were as follows potential of fish resources, fishing technology, facilities, market potential, human resources, fishing season, and controlling. The aim priorities of small pelagic fisheries development were the sustainable of fisheries fishing scale, the increased of fishermen income, the contribution of facilities, the sustainable of fish resources, the marketing of fish catch in Piru, the enhanced of officer job, and the improved of local income. The options of fisheries development decision in Piru bay included the built up of sustainable fishing technology, the increased of fishing scale produductivity, the extended of coastal fishing port and its accessibility, and improved of human resources. The results of analysis of stakeholder perseptions showed that development options were main concerned on the increased of fishing scale productivity, and the extended of coastal fishing port and its accessibility.
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