POLA SPASIAL DAN TEMPORAL KESUBURAN PERAIRAN PERMUKAAN LAUT DI INDONESIA
Pelagic and demersal fishes will be live well in the waters which have a lot of their food which is indicated as ocean productivity. The sea surface productivity could be detected by Aqua-MODIS Satellite.This satellite data could inform us the sea surface chlorophyll- a content which is the one of ocean productivity parameters. Understanding spatial and temporal distribution pattern of sea surface productivity in Indonesian seas will help us to understanding the pelagic economic fish availability in the seas, and then will help the fishermen to catch fish at the right place and time. This study use Aqua-MODIS Satellite data, July 2002-December 2006, to produce monthly and seasonal sea surface chlorophyll-a distribution in Indonesian seas. It appears that there are difference patterns for monthly and seasonal ocean productivity in some Indonesian seas. At certain month and season, some of Indonesian seashave the high productivity meanwhile it is low for the others. In West Monsoon, the high productivity concentrated on in northwest part of Indonesian seas that is around Malaka Strait, Natuna Sea, Karimata Strait and Java Sea. In East Monsoon it concentrated on in Southeast part.
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