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Jurnal Ilmiah Perikanan & Kelautan

ISSN 2085-5842

Vol. 5 / No. 2 / Published : 2013-11

TOC : 13, and page :193 - 199

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Original Article :

Study of heavy metal lead (pb) in fish, crustaceans and mollusks at the northern coast of bangkalan, madura

Author :

  1. Reza Nurhuda*1
  2. M. Arief*2
  3. Boedi Setya Rahardja *3
  1. Mahasiswa Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan
  2. Dosen Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan
  3. Dosen Fakultas Perairan dan Kelautan

Abstract :

Currently  a  variety  of  activities  and  industrial  activity  at  Bangkalan  increas  the  presence Suramadu  bridge.  It will  provide  an  increasingly  severe  impact  on  the  coastal  environment  (Purnomo, 2007).  In  2010  it has  been  observed  that  the  heavy metal  content  of  lead  at marine  district Bangkalan   average reached 0.083 mg/l. The value has exceeded the maximum threshold of Pb in water that can be used fishing activity is 0.008 mg/l so that the marine district. Bangkalan classified as polluted. The purpose of  this study was to determine levels of heavy metal lead (Pb) in fish, crustaceans and mollusks  in  the northern Bangkalan beaches. This research activity covers observations  in  the  field and analysis laboratory in April-May 2013. Water and sediment sampling conducted at three locations in the waters of the North Coast Klampis, Sepulu and Tanjung Bumi, while samples of fish, crustaceans and mollusks capture for fishermen in the three of subdistrict. The purpose of  this study was to determine levels of heavy metal lead (Pb) in fish, crustaceans and  mollusks  in  the  northern  coast  Bangkalan.  The  research  activities  include  field  observations  and laboratory analysis in April-May 2013. Water and sediment sampling conducted at three locations in  the waters  of  the North Coast Bangkalan  include Klampis  beach, Sepulu  beach  and Tanjung Bumi beach,, while samples of fish, crustaceans and mollusks in the capture of three fishermen in the district later in the analysis of lead content using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry (AAS) in BBLK (Center for Health Laboratory) Surabaya. The results showed that the average content of heavy metals of lead on puffer fish 0.043 ppm, on manyung fish 0.095 ppm, on white shrimp 0.103 ppm, on crab 0.113 ppm, squid and mussels 0.149 ppm 0.08  ppm.  The  content  has  not  exceeded  the  threshold  value  set  by  the  government  (fish:  0.3  ppm; crustaceans :0.5 ppm and mollusks : 1.5 ppm) (SNI, 2009) so it is still safe for human consumption. The average content of heavy metals in sea water is 0.135 ppm and sediment is 0.746 ppm. The content exceeds  the  threshold value  set by  the  government  (water: 0.008 ppm and  sediment: 0.07 ppm) (SNI, 2009) so that in  the long  term is harmful to marine  life  that exist  in the northern waters of  the sea water quality Bangkalan.Water quality parameters in the coastal waters of  the North Sea Bangkalan still in normal condition as habitat for marine life. Water  quality  parameters  are  still  in  good  condition  for  growth  in  aquatic  biota.  Temperature ranges from 28 - 31oC, pH  ranges  from 6-8, dissolved oxygen ranged between 4-6 ppm,  salinity ranged range 25-35 ppm. 

Keyword :

lead, fish, crustaceans, mollusks ,


References :

  1. I. Tallo, (2006). Perbedaan Jenis Dan Kedalaman Pemasangan Atraktor Terhadap Penempelan Telur Cumi-Cumi. Bogor : Tesis. Institut Pertanian Bogor


   


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