Aquaculture in Indonesia

Indonesia produced 490000 tons of shrimp in 2004, which was 8% of the world production for the year. [1] In 1999, 507,513 ha of Indonesia were occupied by aquaculture, 60% of which being bracketed water , 28% being integrated rice – fish farming , and 12% being freshwater ponds. [2]

Inland waters include rivers , lakes , swamps , reservoirs or dams, fields and ponds . [3] Aquaculture can be divided into two types namely brackish water and freshwater fisheries. [3] Indonesian brackish water fisheries in the north coast of Java do a lot, the east coast of Aceh , Riau , North Sumatra and South Sumatra . [3]

References

  1. Jump up^ PingSun Leung; Carole Ruth Engle (2006). Shrimp Culture: Economics, Market, and Trade . Wiley-Blackwell . p. 5. ISBN  0-8138-2655-1 .
  2. Jump up^ J. Kooiman (2005). Fish for Life: Interactive Governance for Fisheries . Amsterdam University Press . p. 94. ISBN  90-5356-686-4 .
  3. ^ Jump up to:c Ahmad Yani.2007.Geografi. Jakarta Grafindo.112

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