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Hatim Albasri
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PhD Candidate
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+61 414 702 493
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Level 5 East
Biological Sciences South (E26)

UNSW, Kensington 2052

Application of GIS and Remote Sensing to Assess Sustainable Mariculture and Protect Conservation Zones


Establishment of MPA in coastal and marine areas where local communities live within or around the vicinity of imaginary boundary of MPA have been followed by the introduction of controlled and regulated economic activities to fulfil the needs of the communities. Aquaculture has been proposed as one of the sustainable economic aquaculture that can be applied in MPA (TNC and CI, 2012). The application of aquaculture in MPA can be observed by the designation of special aquaculture zones in conservation zones in Indonesia.  With future direction of conservation effort, there will more MPAs established in coastal and marine areas in developing countries to achieve 10% quota set by CBD in 2020 (UNEP-WCMC, 2008). It is then necessary to scientifically measure how effective and beneficial of aquaculture conducted in MPA as a part of the conservation management, how to apply it and to what extent it can be ensured to be sustainable. 

Supervisor: Associate Professor Jes Sammut

Co-supervisor: Dr Jennifer Beer

 

PUBLICATIONS

Hatim Albasri, Suryawati, S.H., and Radiarta, I.N. 2011. Site Suitability Analysis for Seaweed Culture in Gorontalo Province. In Sudradjat et al. (Eds.), Policy Analysis in Developing Aquaculture : 113 - 136. CARD- AMAFRAD - MMAF

Hatim Albasri and Brian Szuster. 2010. Expert and Local Community Evaluations of Site Suitability to Support Mariculture Planning in Indonesia. Environment Asia, Thailand, 3(2) : 109 - 114

Brian Szuster and Hatim Albasri. 2010. Mariculture and Marine Spatial Planning: Integrating Local Ecological Knowledge at Kaledupa Island, Indonesia. Island Studies Journal, Canada, 5(2) : 237 - 250

Hatim Albasri, Wa Iba, La Ode M. Aslan, Sena De Silva and Geoff Gooley. 2010. Mapping of Existing Mariculture Activities in South-East Sulawesi “Potential, Current and Future Status. Indonesian Aquaculture Journal, 5(2) : 173 - 186

Wa Iba, Hatim Albasri, La Ode M. Aslan, Sena De Silva and Geoff Gooley. 2010. Mariculture Site and Species Cultured In Southeast Sulawesi (Poster Presentation). World Global Aquaculture Conference, Thailand.

Hatim Albasri, Adang Saputra, I Nyoman Radiarta, Erlania, and Achmad Sudradjat. 2010. Site Suitability using GIS  for Seaweed Culture and its relationship with nearby Ujung Kulon National Park in Lada Bay, Banten, Indonesia. Proceeding of Aquaculture Technology Innovation Forum, Lampung Province.

I Nyoman Radiarta, Hatim Albasri, Erlania and Achmad Sudradjat. 2010. Site Suitability Analysis for Green Mussel in Lada Bay, Banten Province, Indonesia (Analisis Spasial Kelayakan Perairan untuk Pengembangan Budidaya Kerang Hijau di Teluk Lada, Kabupaten Pandeglang, Provinsi Banten). Proceeding of Aquaculture Technology Innovation Forum, Lampung Province.

I Nyoman Radiarta, Adang Saputra, Hatim Albasri, and Anjang Bangun Prasetyo. 2010 Site Suitability Mapping for Freshwater Aquaculture Development in Malang Regency, East Java Province (Pemetaan Kelayakan Lahan Pengembangan Budidaya Ikan Air Tawar di Kecamatan Wajak, Kabupaten Malang, Provinsi Jawa Timur). Proceeding of 7th Annual National Seminar on Fisheries and Marine Research, 24 Juli 2010. Gadjah Mada University.

Wa Iba and Hatim Albasri. 2009. Are copepods viable options as live food for aquaculture hatcheries?. Indonesian Aquaculture Journal, 4(1) : 65 - 73.

Hatim Albasri. 2009. Site Selection for sustainable Net Cage Grouper Mariculture in Waters off Kaledupa Island, Indonesia (Master Thesis).  Geography Department, University of Hawaii at Manoa-Hawaii- USA.