Adaptation To Climate Change Through Economic Valuation Of Coastal And Marine Resources Ecosystems To Yellowfin Tuna Fisheries: Empirical Study In Cilacap, Central Java

Tri Putri Kurniawati, Izza Mafruhah


Cilacap is a seaside area, which has the privilege of being ayellowfin tuna-producing area in Central Java Province. This capacity must be used continuously to support development in the Cilacap area and is useful for building community welfare so that it can be created. Therefore, information on the economic value of yellowfin tuna fisheries is needed which will be used as a basis for the development of yellowfin tuna in the future. come. Writing by identifying the benefits of coastal and marine ecosystems, as well as knowing climate change that is happening to the yellowfin tuna fishery in the ultimate objective of writing is Cilacap.. Data that is secondary comprises data on the amount of yellowfin tuna production, which is the type of data needed. Methodology with Benefit Transfer. The research sample used a stratified random approach. The benefit value of yellowfin tuna is Rp. 1,195,475,369, - consisting of a direct use value reaching Rp. 77,000,000, - an indirect use value reaching Rp. 1,070,425,423, the value of the optional benefits reaches Rp. 36,572,823, -Inherited the benefit value of Rp.7,700,000, - shows the results of the analysis. The climate will affect the catch of yellowfin tuna on the welfare of the fishing community in Cilacap seen from the results of the analysis.

Keywords: Adaptation; Benefit Transfer; Climate change.

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