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Carbon Storage on Different Species of Seagrass on Tourist Destination Areas: A Measure of Disturbed and Undisturbed Environments

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@article{IJASEIT14785,
   author = {Ni Luh Watiniasih and I Wayan Nuarsa and I Made Merdana and Agus Dharma and I Nyoman Gde Antara and I Nyoman Budiarsa},
   title = {Carbon Storage on Different Species of Seagrass on Tourist Destination Areas: A Measure of Disturbed and Undisturbed Environments},
   journal = {International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology},
   volume = {11},
   number = {3},
   year = {2021},
   pages = {1224--1231},
   keywords = {Carbon sequestration; global warming; seagrass; anthropogenic disturbance; Bali.},
   abstract = {

Carbon absorption and storage, known as carbon sequestration, have reduced global warming through photosynthesis. Seagrass beds in coastal ecosystems have high plant productivity and are found to have the ability to reduce the effect of global warming due to the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere. Due to the anthropogenic effect, decreasing environmental quality, such as tourism, may affect seagrass diversity and growth, therefore its carbon contents. This study investigates the ability of seagrass species as carbon storage and their diversity in a common tourist destination area referred to as disturbed habitat, located at Sanur and an area that is less disturbed, referred to as undisturbed habitat. Samples were collected from 3 transects 50m in length that were placed on each site. Three plots, each measuring 0.5 x 0.5 m, were employed on each transect. The number of individuals of each species and the percent plant coverage were measured on each plot. Plant biomass and carbon content were extracted in the Lab and divided into below- and above-ground. The result shows that eight species were found at Sanur and only four from Samuh sites. On average, the percentage of plant coverage was higher at the Samuh site. Samuh site. The plant biomass and carbon storage were lower at Samuh than at the Sanur site. Species differences from each site affect the plant biomass, so the carbon content. Anthropogenic activities are not the only ones to determine the carbon storage of seagrass, but rather the species morphology.  

},    issn = {2088-5334},    publisher = {INSIGHT - Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development},    url = {http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=14785},    doi = {10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.14785} }

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%A Watiniasih, Ni Luh
%A Nuarsa, I Wayan
%A Merdana, I Made
%A Dharma, Agus
%A Antara, I Nyoman Gde
%A Budiarsa, I Nyoman
%D 2021
%T Carbon Storage on Different Species of Seagrass on Tourist Destination Areas: A Measure of Disturbed and Undisturbed Environments
%B 2021
%9 Carbon sequestration; global warming; seagrass; anthropogenic disturbance; Bali.
%! Carbon Storage on Different Species of Seagrass on Tourist Destination Areas: A Measure of Disturbed and Undisturbed Environments
%K Carbon sequestration; global warming; seagrass; anthropogenic disturbance; Bali.
%X 

Carbon absorption and storage, known as carbon sequestration, have reduced global warming through photosynthesis. Seagrass beds in coastal ecosystems have high plant productivity and are found to have the ability to reduce the effect of global warming due to the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere. Due to the anthropogenic effect, decreasing environmental quality, such as tourism, may affect seagrass diversity and growth, therefore its carbon contents. This study investigates the ability of seagrass species as carbon storage and their diversity in a common tourist destination area referred to as disturbed habitat, located at Sanur and an area that is less disturbed, referred to as undisturbed habitat. Samples were collected from 3 transects 50m in length that were placed on each site. Three plots, each measuring 0.5 x 0.5 m, were employed on each transect. The number of individuals of each species and the percent plant coverage were measured on each plot. Plant biomass and carbon content were extracted in the Lab and divided into below- and above-ground. The result shows that eight species were found at Sanur and only four from Samuh sites. On average, the percentage of plant coverage was higher at the Samuh site. Samuh site. The plant biomass and carbon storage were lower at Samuh than at the Sanur site. Species differences from each site affect the plant biomass, so the carbon content. Anthropogenic activities are not the only ones to determine the carbon storage of seagrass, but rather the species morphology.  

%U http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=14785 %R doi:10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.14785 %J International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology %V 11 %N 3 %@ 2088-5334

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Ni Luh Watiniasih,I Wayan Nuarsa,I Made Merdana,Agus Dharma,I Nyoman Gde Antara and I Nyoman Budiarsa,"Carbon Storage on Different Species of Seagrass on Tourist Destination Areas: A Measure of Disturbed and Undisturbed Environments," International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 1224-1231, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.14785.

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TY  - JOUR
AU  - Watiniasih, Ni Luh
AU  - Nuarsa, I Wayan
AU  - Merdana, I Made
AU  - Dharma, Agus
AU  - Antara, I Nyoman Gde
AU  - Budiarsa, I Nyoman
PY  - 2021
TI  - Carbon Storage on Different Species of Seagrass on Tourist Destination Areas: A Measure of Disturbed and Undisturbed Environments
JF  - International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology; Vol. 11 (2021) No. 3
Y2  - 2021
SP  - 1224
EP  - 1231
SN  - 2088-5334
PB  - INSIGHT - Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development
KW  - Carbon sequestration; global warming; seagrass; anthropogenic disturbance; Bali.
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Carbon absorption and storage, known as carbon sequestration, have reduced global warming through photosynthesis. Seagrass beds in coastal ecosystems have high plant productivity and are found to have the ability to reduce the effect of global warming due to the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere. Due to the anthropogenic effect, decreasing environmental quality, such as tourism, may affect seagrass diversity and growth, therefore its carbon contents. This study investigates the ability of seagrass species as carbon storage and their diversity in a common tourist destination area referred to as disturbed habitat, located at Sanur and an area that is less disturbed, referred to as undisturbed habitat. Samples were collected from 3 transects 50m in length that were placed on each site. Three plots, each measuring 0.5 x 0.5 m, were employed on each transect. The number of individuals of each species and the percent plant coverage were measured on each plot. Plant biomass and carbon content were extracted in the Lab and divided into below- and above-ground. The result shows that eight species were found at Sanur and only four from Samuh sites. On average, the percentage of plant coverage was higher at the Samuh site. Samuh site. The plant biomass and carbon storage were lower at Samuh than at the Sanur site. Species differences from each site affect the plant biomass, so the carbon content. Anthropogenic activities are not the only ones to determine the carbon storage of seagrass, but rather the species morphology.  

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Carbon absorption and storage, known as carbon sequestration, have reduced global warming through photosynthesis. Seagrass beds in coastal ecosystems have high plant productivity and are found to have the ability to reduce the effect of global warming due to the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere. Due to the anthropogenic effect, decreasing environmental quality, such as tourism, may affect seagrass diversity and growth, therefore its carbon contents. This study investigates the ability of seagrass species as carbon storage and their diversity in a common tourist destination area referred to as disturbed habitat, located at Sanur and an area that is less disturbed, referred to as undisturbed habitat. Samples were collected from 3 transects 50m in length that were placed on each site. Three plots, each measuring 0.5 x 0.5 m, were employed on each transect. The number of individuals of each species and the percent plant coverage were measured on each plot. Plant biomass and carbon content were extracted in the Lab and divided into below- and above-ground. The result shows that eight species were found at Sanur and only four from Samuh sites. On average, the percentage of plant coverage was higher at the Samuh site. Samuh site. The plant biomass and carbon storage were lower at Samuh than at the Sanur site. Species differences from each site affect the plant biomass, so the carbon content. Anthropogenic activities are not the only ones to determine the carbon storage of seagrass, but rather the species morphology.  

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