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Judul: The Description of Economically Important Macroalga at Intertidal Coastal Area in Manokwari, West Papua
Penulis: Hendrik Victor Ayhuan  || email:
Jurnal: Prosiding PERMAMA 2012 Vol. 1 no. 1 - hal. 271-286 Tahun 2012  [ Prosiding ]
Keywords:  Description, macro alga species, community assemblage, Manokwari coastal area
Abstract: Macroalga, known as seaweed, is a biological resource that has important roles in biological, ecological, and economical aspects as well as in protecting marine biodiversity. This study aimed to describe species of algae (inventory and identification) and community assemblage of macroalgae species surrounding Manokwari coastal area. Collecting data was done during east season period (from June 2011 to September 2011) from two different main coastal areas, mainland and outland coastal area. Twenty eight macroalga species were identified and consisted taxonomically of three divisions, three classes, eleven orders, sixteen families, and nineteen genus. Three divisions of macroalga species were green alga ( ), red alga ( ), and brown alga ( ), which each division comprised with 14 species, 8 species, and 6 species respectively. The total of average density of macroalga species significantly differed between mainland and outland coastal area, which the density and relative density of macroalga species were generally higher in outland coastal areas than mainland coastal areas. The diversity, evenness, and dominance index in Manokwari coastal area showed no significantly difference value among all stations.
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