Dr. Ir. Budy Wiryawan, M.Sc


NIDN: 002316211

Publication:

Expertise: Fisheries Management, Fisheries Oceanography, Marine Protected Areas.

Education:

  • Ir. (IPB University, 1986)
  • Post Graduate Diploma (Humberside College of Higher Education, UK, 1989)
  • M.Sc. (University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, 1990)
  • Dr.rer.nat with Cumlaude on Biological Oceanography (Christian Albrecht University, Kiel, Germany, 1997)

Research:

  1. Developing sustainable small-scale fisheries livelihoods in Indonesia: Trends, enabling and constraining factors, and future opportunities, 2021.
  2. IMPLEMENTATION PROSPECTS FOR TRACEABILITY OF SHRIMP FISHERIES IN CILACAP OCEANIC FISHING PORT, 2021.
  3. Implementation of Tuna Traceability in Ocean Fishing Port of Nizam Zachman Jakarta, 2021.
  4. Assessing and managing data-limited fisheries, 2021.
  5. Resource Status of Yellowtail Fish (Caesio cuning) in Karimunjawa waters: An Approach with Spawning Potential Ratio, 2021.
  6. Fisher and trader responses to traceability interventions in Indonesia, 2020.
  7. Catch per unit effort dynamic of yellowfin tuna related to sea surface temperature and chlorophyll in southern Indonesia, 2020.
  8. Responses of Indonesian tuna processing companies to enhanced public and private traceability, 2020.
  9. DEVELOPING A FUNCTIONAL DEFINITION OF SMALL-SCALE FISHERIES IN SUPPORT OF MARINE CAPTURE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA, 2020.
  10. Evaluating data-limited fisheries for grouper (Serranidae) and snapper (Lutjanidae) in the Coral Triangle, eastern Indonesia, 2020.
  11. Transforming traditional management into contemporary territorial-based fisheries management rights for small-scale fisheries in Indonesia, 2020.
  12. SUSTAINABILITY STATUS OF THE GILLNET FISHERING KUB IN BARSELA ACEH BASED ON INSTITUTION AND POLICY DIMENSIONS, 2020.
  13. Formulating a Definition of Small-Scale Fisheries to Support Capture Fisheries Management in Indonesia, 2020.
  14. IMPACT OF FISHING ON ECOSYSTEMS: THE FOUNDATION OF SUSTAINABLE FISHERY MANAGEMENT, 2020.
  15. Enhancing coastal livelihoods in Indonesia: an evaluation of recent initiatives on gender, women and sustainable livelihoods in small-scale fisheries, 2019.
  16. The resilience of small fishermen’s livelihood in Maya Island Indonesia; a case study on purse seine capture fisheries, 2019.
  17. Dynamics of ornamental fish catch in Bio FADs, spatially and temporary, at Uloulo coastal waters, Luwu District, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2019.
  18. Cost-benefits of grouper Epinephelus fuscoguttatus (Forsskål, 1775) stock enhancement and sea-ranching in Indonesia, 2019.
  19. Clustering characteristics of small-scale capture fisheries in North Kayong District, 2019.
  20. Octopus Fishery Sustainability Evaluation with EAFM (Ecosystem Approach To Fisheries Management) indicators at Banggai Laut Regency, 2019.
  21. DYNAMICS OF CATCHING BARONANG (Siganus sp.) ON SPATIAL-TEMPORAL LIVING FADS IN ULOULO COASTAL, LUWU REGENCY, 2019.
  22. Fisher responses to private monitoring interventions in an Indonesian tuna handline fishery, 2018.
  23. Identification of work posture risks in purse seine fisheries, 2018.
  24. Coral larval dispersal model on conservation area of Kapoposang Marine Tourism Park, 2018.
  25. SRA small-scale fisheries in Indonesia: benefits to households, the roles of women, and opportunities for improving livelihoods. 2018.
  26. ESTIMATION OF FLYING FISHING AREA WITH SATELLITE IMAGES IN ACEH WATERS AROUND PIDIE JAYA, 2018.
  27. Alternative harvest control rules for multi-fleet and multi-species tuna fisheries under data-poor conditions in Eastern Indonesia, 2018.
  28. Our MPAS Sharing Plans Investments and Responsibilities, 2018.
  29. Strategi Pengelolaan Perikanan Gurita di Kabupaten Banggai Laut, Provinsi Sulawesi Tengah, 2018.
  30. The fisheries livelihoods resilience check (FLIRES check): A tool for evaluating resilience in fisher communities, 2017.
  31. Financial Review of Gillnet Fishermen’s Joint Business Group (KUB) in Beach South West (BARSELA) Aceh, 2017.
  32. The concept of Fishery Management Rights as a tool for sustainable fisheries management in Indonesia, 2017.
  33. Performance of the gillnet fisherman joint venture group (KUB) in Barsela Aceh, 2017.
  34. Productivity of Fishing Gears Operated Around Deep Sea Fish Aggregating Devices, 2017.
  35. Superior Commodity and Fishing Technology Selection in Anambas Island Regency, 2017.
  36. Sustainability for reef fish resource based on productivity and susceptibility in Wangi-Wangi Island, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2017.
  37. Development of coastal water monitoring technology in Wakatobi regency, Indonesia, 2017.
  38. Characteristics of Beach Seine Fishery of East Java: Facing Ministerial Decree of Marine Affairs and Fisheries No. 2/2015, 2017.
  39. The role of coastal and small islands zonation plan for management of marine protected area: The Indonesian case, 2017.
  40. Private provision of public information in tuna fisheries, 2017.
  41. Ecosystem approach to reef fisheries management in Weh Island, Nangroe Aceh Darussalam, 2017.
  42. Olfactory response of tiger grouper (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus) to artificial bait, 2017.
  43. The analysis of tuna resource utilization level with spawning potential ratio method in Sendangbiru Waters, 2017.
  44. Perceptions of the utilization of the map of fishing areas in the waters of Sendang Biru Malang, 2014.
  45. Sustainability of Tuna Fisheries in the Waters of Sendangbiru, Malang Regency, 2017.
  46. The fisheries livelihoods resilience check (FLIRES check), 2017.
  47. Analysis of the use of water quality data for coastal zoning planning, 2016.
  48. Variations in size and catch distribution of white spotted rabbit fish (Siganus canaliculatus) on bio-FADs from spatially and temporary point of view, at Luwu District, 2016.
  49. Fishing zone in Karimunjawa National Park, 2016.
  50. Estimated Catch Per Standard Effort Unit and Proportion of Yuwana in Tuna Fishery in Southeast Sulawesi, 2016.
  51. FADS LIFE AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH SPATIAL-TEMPORAL FISH COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN COASTAL LUWU DISTRICT, 2016.
  52. Bio-economic Model of Squid Fisheries in the Waters of Bangka Regency, 2016.
  53. An Internal and External Analysis of Small-scale Coastal Fisheries Management in Tegal City, 2016.
  54. THE ANALYSIS OF TUNA RESOURCE UTILIZATION LEVEL WITH SPAWNING POTENTIAL RATIO, 2016.
  55. Institutional development strategy through Interpretive Structural Modelling (ISM) for gillnet fisher group in Barsela Aceh, Indonesia, 2016.
  56. The effect of sirdam installation on the free surface of liquid cargo on the hatch model of live fish transport vessels, 2016.
  57. CAPTURE FISHERIES EFFICIENCY IN SMALL ISLANDS REGENCY SITARO ISLANDS, 2016.
  58. Closing the incentive gap: the role of public and private actors in governing Indonesia’s tuna fisheries, 2016.
  59. Strategies for overcoming poverty for ‘bagan’ subordinates in West Sumatra, 2016.
  60. Bio-economic model of squid fisheries in the waters of Bangka Regency Bangka Belitung Islands Province, 2016.
  61. Living FADs and their relationship to the spatial-temporal structure of fish communities on the coast of Luwu Regency (Bio-fads and Its Association with Spatio-temporal Fish Community, 2016.
  62. Fishing zones in Karimunjawa National Park, 2016.
  63. Impact of Nickel Mining on Fishing Areas in Indonesia) Waters of East Halmahera Regency, 2016.
  64. Parasite fauna of white-streaked grouper, Epinephelus ongus (Bloch, 1790) (Epinephelidae) from Karimunjawa, Indonesia, 2016.
  65. Linking indicators for ecosystem approach to fisheries management and management of marine protected area effectiveness in Anambas Island, Indonesia, 2015.
  66. Comparing different small-scale tuna fishery suppliers: A case study on trolling line and pole and line in southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2015.
  67. Length-weight relationships of squid Loligo chinensis in the waters of Bangka Regency, the Province of Bangka Belitung Island, Indonesia, 2015.
  68. A path analysis of sustaining small scale fishing industry in Indonesia, 2015.
  69. Fishing-induced groupers stock dynamics in Karimunjawa National Park, Indonesia, 2015.
  70. Improvement of fish length estimates for underwater visual census of reef fish biomass, 2015.
  71. Analysis of production factors of small-scale fisheries using arad nets in Tegal City, 2015.
  72. Bio-economic status of shrimp resources in Cilacap Regency, 2015.
  73. Potential and risk of grouper (Epinephelus spp., Epinephelidae) stock enhancement in Indonesia, 2015.
  74. Social economics characteristics of coastal small-scale fisheries in Tegal City, 2015.

Awards & Achievements:

  1. Head of Board Advisor Yayasan Masyarakat dan Perikanan Indonesia, 2020.
  2. Satyalencana Karya Satya 30 Year, 2019.
  3. Satyalencana Karya Satya 20 Year, 2010.
  4. Satyalencana Karya Satya 10 Year, 2006.
  5. The Training Course for Marine Debris Survey, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, 2018.
  6. Expert Forum on NCICD (National Capital Integrated Coastal Development), 2018.
  7. Tribute to Innovators and Authors, IPB University, 2015.
  8. Research funding from Conservation international, USAID, 2012.
  9. Delegation Certificate for Sulu Sulawesi Ecoregion Tri National Meeting, 2009.
  10. Environmental Impact Assessment Compiler (Penyusun AMDAL), 2008.
  11. Doctoral Program Examiner, 2009-2010.
  12. Internal Auditor, 2009.
  13. IPB University Outstanding Lecturer Finalist, 2009

Prof. Dr. Ir. Gondo Puspito, M.Sc


NIDN: 0024056309

Publication:

Expertise: Fishing Gear Technology & Fishing Gear Dynamics.

Education:

  • Ir. (IPB University, 1987)
  • M.Sc. (Hokkaido University, Japan, 1995)
  • PhD. (Hokkaido University, Japan, 1998)

Research:

  1. Utilization of Penaeid shrimp resources in Ciletuh Bay, Palabuhanratu based on area suitability analysis. 2020.
  2. The use of high power LED (HPL) in the floating bagan fishery in the Madura Strait. 2020.
  3. Correction of the vertical line hook size to catch small pelagic fish in the waters of the Semau Strait. 2019.
  4. The effect of the type and color of the artificial longline bait on the catch of small pelagic fish. 2019.
  5. Electrofishing is safe and selective for catfish catching. 2019.
  6. The effect of the outer net eye enlargement on the trammel net catch. 2019.
  7. TEST LED DIP LIGHTS ON GILL NETS AS AN EFFORT TO INCREASE CATCH RESULTS. 2019.
  8. Combination of hook size and artificial bait color to increase huhate catch. 2018.
  9. Selection of lamp reflector construction and fishing time of lift net. 2017.
  10. Introduction of high power LEDs in the tancap fishery. 2017.
  11. Modification of trammel net construction: Efforts to increase catch. 2017.
  12. Reconstruction of lobster folding trap entrance. 2016.
  13. The use of a light emitting diode in a dip lamp chart. 2016.
  14. Reinforcement of light in the chart using a conical reflector as an effort to increase the catch of squid. 2016.
  15. Effect of modification of the escape gap on the selectivity of folding traps in catching mud crabs (Scylla spp.). 2016.
  16. Trammel net slack correction. 2016.

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