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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Fluctuation of NO3-N and PO4 Elements in The Traditional Pond Area at Tides

( Vol-5,Issue-2,February 2019 )

Author(s): Abdul Malik, Kadarwan Soewardi, Ridwan Affandi, Sigid Hariyadi, Majariana Krisanti



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Page No: 104-110
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.22161/ijaems.5.2.2

Keywords:

high tide, low tide, nitrate, phosphate, traditional pond.

Abstract:

Traditional pond technology depends on nature in management, such as filling and disposal of pond water utilizing the time of low and high tides. The food for traditional pond technology comes from nature. The availability of nutrients such as N and P greatly determines the productivity of pond. The study was aimed to determine the fluctuations of N and P elements in traditional pond areas at tides. This research was conducted with purposive sampling method and laboratory analysis for several water parameters. The results showed that pH ranged from 7 to 8 both at low tide and high tide. The average value of nitrate (NO3) from five locations was extended from 0.106 to 1.495 mg/l. The value of silica (Si) ranged from 5,287 to 10,876 mg/l in low tide. Orthophosphate at low tide ranged from 0.027 to 0.090 mg/l, the highest value was in the coast station and the lowest was in the sea station. Whereas the value of nitrate (NO3) and orthophosphate in high tide ranged from 0.830 to 1.495 mg/l and 0.039 to 0.090 mg/l. Nutrients were abundant enough to support the growth and development of primary producers. So, the waters in this region include fertile waters.

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