2018
DOI: 10.33751/jsi.v1i01.678 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Fish provides many benefits for humans, such as food and ornamental fish. Lake fish in West Java is increasingly threatened due to environmental degradation. This study aimed to record the diversity of fish species and its potency in Cilodong Lake, Depok. The parameters measured were the diversity of fish species by Shannon Wienner index, and the physical chemical of water quality that were pH, DO, BOD, COD, TOM, temperature, brightness, and depth. This research found 12 species consumption fishes, and 5 speci… Show more

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“…This range of values was relatively the same as the study of Nugroho (2002), which showed a TOM value of 5.76-11.55 mg/L. However, the TOM parameter at Cibuntu Pond with an average value of 8.46 mg/L was still lower than the TOM value at Cilodong Pond, ranging from 14.8-21.7 mg/L (Prihatini, 2018). According to Wetzel (2001), such shallow waters tend to be the accumulation of organic materials and nutrients from the surrounding land, which flow water to the waters.…”
Section: Total Organic Matter (Tom)supporting
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“…This range of values was relatively the same as the study of Nugroho (2002), which showed a TOM value of 5.76-11.55 mg/L. However, the TOM parameter at Cibuntu Pond with an average value of 8.46 mg/L was still lower than the TOM value at Cilodong Pond, ranging from 14.8-21.7 mg/L (Prihatini, 2018). According to Wetzel (2001), such shallow waters tend to be the accumulation of organic materials and nutrients from the surrounding land, which flow water to the waters.…”
Section: Total Organic Matter (Tom)supporting