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Title: Spatial Fishing Migration Patterns of Squid Fishermen at Salura Island Indonesia
Authors: Susiloningtyas, Dewi
Keywords: migrant squid fishermen
spatial migrant patterns
salura island
Issue Date: 16-Jun-2014
Publisher: Asia GIS Association
Abstract: Fishing migration patterns of squid migrant fishermen from Tanjung Luar to Salura Island is an interesting phenomenon in mobility of transboundary. Seasonal fishing migration is very important for the sustanaibility of migrant fishing communities to support their livelihoods. The purpose of this study was to determine how seasonal spatial migration patterns of squid fishermen across differences of outhority areas. This research to determined of fishing migration by squid fishermen for to analyze migration patterns based on social characteristics of squid fishermen and also analyze migration patterns based on fishing activities. The results showed that abundance of squid catch was when the wind came east monsoon season, which was june, july, september, october and november. When the wind came west monsoon season, fishermen did not even dare to do the activity, which periodic months was in december, january to february. This different of condition would be affect to catch of fishermen. Fishermen catch was different related seasonal condition. While at the transition period season such as march to may, only in certain months, they make arrest, which was arround the month of may. Based on different season, catch of fishermen is very fluctuatif and dynamic.
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