Potensi makroinvertebrat bentik sebagai penunjuk biologi di ekosistem sungai rekreasi

Translated title of the contribution: Potential of benthic macroinvetebrates as a biological indicator in recretional river ecosystem

Ahmad Abas Kutty, S. Norashila Mohd Fauzi, Nurhafizah-Azwa, Aweng Eh Rak, Sharifah Aisyah Syed Omar

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Abstract

A study was conducted to determine benthic macroinvertebrates diversity and it biological indicator potential at Sungai Mendak, Hulu Terengganu. Benthic macroinvertebrate and water sampling was under taken at five different locations and triplicate samples were collected from each site. Dissolved oxygen (DO), temperature, pH and conductivity were measured in situ by using YSI 556, whereas for chemical oxygen demand (COD5), total suspended solids (TSS), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) and ammoniacal-nitrogen (NH3-N) were analysed in the laboratory. As regards to Malaysian water quality index (WQI), Sg. Mendak was categorized in class I which is very clean river. Most of water quality parameters values were not differ significantly (p>0.05) between sites. A total of three classes, nine orders, 37 families and 1788 macroinvertebrate were identified. Canonical correspondent analysis (CCA) test demonstrates that water quality parameters namely canopy, TSS and river substrates have significant influence on macroinvertebrates present and distribution. Baetidae and Chironomidae exhibited excellent adaptation with the studied habitat and were recorded at high composition at each station. As regards multivariate statistical analysis, Baetidae is the most potential biological indicators based on distribution pattern, density and it correlation with environmental factors.

Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)42-57
Number of pages16
JournalSerangga
Volume24
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019

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macroinvertebrates
macroinvertebrate
Baetidae
rivers
total suspended solids
water quality
ecosystems
ecosystem
river
canonical analysis
ammonium nitrogen
biochemical oxygen demand
chemical oxygen demand
Chironomidae
multivariate analysis
dissolved oxygen
statistical analysis
environmental factor
conductivity

Keywords

  • Biological diversity
  • Freshwater ecosystem
  • Water quality index (WQI)

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Insect Science

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Abas Kutty, A., Norashila Mohd Fauzi, S., Nurhafizah-Azwa, Rak, A. E., & Omar, S. A. S. (2019). Potensi makroinvertebrat bentik sebagai penunjuk biologi di ekosistem sungai rekreasi. Serangga, 24(1), 42-57.

Potensi makroinvertebrat bentik sebagai penunjuk biologi di ekosistem sungai rekreasi. / Abas Kutty, Ahmad; Norashila Mohd Fauzi, S.; Nurhafizah-Azwa; Rak, Aweng Eh; Omar, Sharifah Aisyah Syed.

In: Serangga, Vol. 24, No. 1, 01.01.2019, p. 42-57.

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Abas Kutty, A, Norashila Mohd Fauzi, S, Nurhafizah-Azwa, Rak, AE & Omar, SAS 2019, 'Potensi makroinvertebrat bentik sebagai penunjuk biologi di ekosistem sungai rekreasi', Serangga, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 42-57.
Abas Kutty A, Norashila Mohd Fauzi S, Nurhafizah-Azwa, Rak AE, Omar SAS. Potensi makroinvertebrat bentik sebagai penunjuk biologi di ekosistem sungai rekreasi. Serangga. 2019 Jan 1;24(1):42-57.
Abas Kutty, Ahmad ; Norashila Mohd Fauzi, S. ; Nurhafizah-Azwa ; Rak, Aweng Eh ; Omar, Sharifah Aisyah Syed. / Potensi makroinvertebrat bentik sebagai penunjuk biologi di ekosistem sungai rekreasi. In: Serangga. 2019 ; Vol. 24, No. 1. pp. 42-57.
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