Overview of Indonesia fisheries sector: Java and Bali island



  • Sapto Andriyono Interdisciplinary Program of Biomedical, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Pukyong National University 48513, Republic of Korea


Fisheries, Biodiversity, Marine Resources, Molecular Information


As the hot spot of marine biodiversity, Indonesia becomes the world's spotlight in the management of natural resources, especially fish resources. Management of fishery resources in Java and Bali is very important because development in Indonesia is still centered on the island of Java. Capture fisheries in Java Island and some parts of Western Indonesia have been overfishing and need to get serious attention, while in Central and Eastern Indonesia that still has abundant fishery resources it is necessary to manage so as not to experience similar things such as illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing activities. One of the efforts of marine resource management has been done is through the conservation area approach that is now beginning to feel the benefits. Nevertheless, the documentation of Indonesia's marine fishery resources is still very limited, especially at the level of molecular information. Therefore, there is a need for simultaneous research and study supported by all aspects.


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How to Cite

Andriyono, S. (2018). Overview of Indonesia fisheries sector: Java and Bali island. International Journal of Life Sciences & Earth Sciences, 1(1), 39-48. https://doi.org/10.31295/ijle.v1n1.12