Minggu, 12 April 2015


Swamp. Swamp is an area of ​​low land which always has a sensitivity of stagnant water at a certain time and throughout the year. Swamp water sources include rainwater, water overflow due to the propagation of tides and water overflow flooding upstream. Based on water resources, wetlands can be divided into tidal marsh and nonpasang downs. Tidal marsh is low land water bodies dipengaruh by tidal movement. Tidal marsh water bodies in direct contact with the river so that the acidity is reduced. Habitat conditions are relatively fertile and inhabited by more aquatic organisms. Species composition of aquatic fauna that inhabit the marsh area is dominated by the river fish. Moving water bodies in accordance with the movement of the tide. This opens the possibility to apply the method of raising fish in the river, which is the method cage and tidal pools. While nonpasang receding swamp called the Valley is an area that has a low sensitivity and stagnant water from rainfall or overflow flooding upstream. Nonpasang bog downs have a stable water bodies and water acidity levels are still high that only organisms that are resistant to high acidity that can live. In other words, the body of non-tidal water ra relatively thin. The population of aquatic biota dominated swamp fish, which is a type of fish that are resistant to acidity and low oxygen content such astringent, catfish, cork, toman, gouramis, carp, and damselfish. Maintenance methods that can be applied is rain-fed pond (pond rainfed) and lowland farms

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