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TRADISI SASI DI RAJA AMPAT PAPUA

1Magister Managemen Sumberdaya Pantai, Indonesia

2Fakultas Perikanan dan Kelautan Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia

3Fakultas Teknologi Kelautan dan Perikanan Nadhatul Ulama Cirebon, Indonesia

Published: 1 Oct 2016.
Editor(s): Ratna Asmarani

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Raja Ampat is one of the districts in Papua which has the potential of the best biodiversity in the world. The conservation system in Raja Ampat is called sasi, which is a local tradition to close the fishing season at a certain time. The tradition is important for the fish to reproduce, so that natural resources can be sustainable in Raja Ampat. Sasi is based on the absorption ratio of fish catch, and it is devided into intended sasi and deliberate sasi. Sasi can be conditional or unconditional. Sasi is beneficial because local tradition can be maintained, while adding the catch of fishermen and increasing revenues for tourism
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Keywords: biodiversity; Raja Ampat; sasi; tourism

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