Tati Atia Ngangun's scientific contributions

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ABSTRAK Keterbatasan faktor produksi seperti trip melaut, bensin, minyak tanah, oli, tenaga kerja dan jasa rumpon dalam menjalankan usaha perikanan tangkap mini purse seine di Desa Sathean berdampak pada keuntungan usaha. Kondisi ini menuntut pemilik usaha harus mampu mengelola usahanya, terkait penentuan jumlah faktor produksi yang sifatnya terbat...
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Southeast Maluku District was one of the largest producers of seaweed in Eastern Indonesia, but the production and number of farmers have decreased significantly since 2013 due to the effective use of information center in the region. This has been discovered to be as a result of the tangible and intangible factors affecting the satisfaction of the...
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Partner of the community partnership program on this study is a group of cassava chips processing located in the village of Ibra, Southeast Maluku district. Partners can be classified into economically productive societies, but they still face many problems in the production and marketing process. The purpose of this activity was to increase the in...
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The low profits of mini purse seine in Sathean Village will have an impact on the business risks being carried out. The new paradigm states that the relationship between risk and profit levels is quadratic; too much risk can lead to the loss and even destruction of a business. Thus, the fisherman of mini purse seine business owners in Sathean Villa...
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One of the main resources for the economic development of coastal are marine ecotourism. Although for developing country such as Indonesia and especially for an area that located far from a big city like Kei Islands in Maluku, development of marine ecotourism might face a greater challenge than any other places. Considering the potential for multip...
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Each section of coastal area from village area to deep sea has particular fisheries and marine activities. Therefore requirements for knowledge, skill, and risk are distinct between each scape. Based on this notion we divided seascapes based on three different area, first is village area to mangrove and coconut trees before coast area, second is ar...

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... As mentioned by Hamid et al. (2020), the amount of money circulating specifically in the fisheries sector was already relatively low even before the pandemic in Kei Islands, which was averagely less than IDR1 billion (y-o-y) for the Langgur market located in Southeast Maluku Regency, and approximately IDR1 billion for the Tual Market located at Tual City. In fact, the average amount of money potentially generated by each village from fishery was between IDR100 million to approximately IDR250 million before the COVID-19 pandemic taking place (Picaulima et al. 2017). ...
... However, the scale and frequency of such transportation are limited. Despite the recent growth in the eco-tourism sector in the region, a substantial improvement of transportation facilities has not been made [68]. 3 For example, about 80% of household income is derived from fishing in the study area. ...