Pengelolaan ekosistem mangrove berbasis co-management di Desa Pasarbanggi, Kabupaten Rembang, Jawa Tengah Co-management mangrove ecosystem in the Pasarbanggi Village, Rembang District, Central Java

Ahmad Muqorrobin, Fredinan Yulianda, Taryono Kodiran, Departemen Manajemen, Sumber Daya Perairan, Fakultas Perikanan, Ilmu Kelautan
2013 Bonorowo Wetlands   unpublished
Muqorrobin A, Yulianda F, Taryono Kodiran T. 2013. Co-management mangrove ecosystem in the Pasarbanggi Village, Rembang District, Central Java. Bonorowo Wetlands 3: 114-131 . Mangrove is one of coastal's important ecosystems that have benefits and it is utilized by many stakeholder. This particular study aimed to (i) identify and analyze condition of mangrove resources and host of users, (ii) analyze the role and function of each stakeholders, and (iii) identify and analyze the forms of
more » ... he forms of comanagement of the mangrove ecosystems management in Pasarbanggi village, Rembang district. Mangrove vegetation data was performed using a quadratic transect method and data collection was done with purposive sampling interviews. Data obtained from the mangrove vegetation cover density, frequency, cover, and importance value index of mangroves. Stakeholders were analyzed using matrix of interests and influence determined by criteria and indicators of interest and influence. The results showed that five species of mangrove that exist in the area are Avicennia marina, Rhizophora mucronata, Rhizophora apiculata, Rhizophora stylosa and Sonneratia alba. This spesies are recommended to mangrove rehabilitation of the site. Whereas based on stakeholder analysis, there are 16 stakeholders which are classified into 4 group i.e. subject, key players, crowd, dan by standers. According to co-management spectrum, mangove management pattern of Pasarbanggi village is still in a consultative level. Therefore, it's required to improve management pattern to be cooperative level.
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