Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Law, Social Sciences and Education, ICLSSE 2020, 10 November, Singaraja, Bali, Indonesia

Research Article

Coastal Resources Potential in Seririt District, Buleleng Regency

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.10-11-2020.2303366,
        author={Ahmad  Rinaldi and I Putu Ananda Citra},
        title={Coastal Resources Potential in Seririt District, Buleleng Regency},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Law, Social Sciences and Education, ICLSSE 2020, 10 November, Singaraja, Bali, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={ICLSSE},
        year={2021},
        month={1},
        keywords={coastal areas; coastal resources; potential},
        doi={10.4108/eai.10-11-2020.2303366}
    }
    
  • Ahmad Rinaldi
    I Putu Ananda Citra
    Year: 2021
    Coastal Resources Potential in Seririt District, Buleleng Regency
    ICLSSE
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.10-11-2020.2303366
Ahmad Rinaldi1,*, I Putu Ananda Citra1
  • 1: Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Indonesia
*Contact email: arinaldi073@gmail.com

Abstract

This research was conducted in the coastal area of Seririt District with the aim of 1) Describing the potential of coastal resources in each of the Coastal Villages in Seririt District. The method used in this research is interview and observation. Sampling using purposive sampling technique, because this research is related to the potential of coastal resources and coastal areas, so that will be purposive and used as samples are fishermen who are coastal communities. The samples used in this study for interviews were fishermen and those who were observed were the coastal areas of Seririt District. The data taken in this study is the potential of coastal resources in the Seririt District. The data analysis used in this research is a technical descriptive qualitative analysis. The results showed: 1) coastal resources in each Coastal Village in Seririt District include: (1) biological resources, namely: fisheries potential, coral reefs, and turtles, (2) non-biological resources, namely: sand and seawater, (3) artificial resources, namely: canoes, canoe engines, and fishing equipment, (4) environmental service resources, namely: marine tourism (canoeing), diving or snorkeling, turtle release attractions, and dolphin attractions.