Mulyadi, - and Pawana Nur , Indah (2011) THE ROAL OF COASTAL COMMUNITIES SUPPORT MANAGEMENT MANGROVE. In: International Seminar on Natural Resources, Climate Change and food Security in Developing Countries, June 27 -28, 2011, Surabaya.

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    The mangrove area has an important meaning in beach ecosystem, both from ecological and economical aspects. For this, the rehabilitation of mangrove forest is done as one effort that aims to maintain and return the mangrove forest function as one of life system supporters, especially in beach area. The most respondent ages of coast people of Gending, Pajarakan, dan Kraksaan districts, Probolinggo Regency are between 30 to 59 years old, i.e. as 86 people or 95.55% indicates that coast people are productive ages so they can be hoped very potential for having role in supporting mangrove ecosystem management of Probolinggo Regency coast. The average respondent educational rates are mostly Elementary School to Senior High School, Le. as 76 people. Generally, human resources of coast people have relatively good education level. Thereby, it can be hoped to have positive potencies for the role of coast people themselves toward the mangrove ecosystem management support of Probolinggo Regency coast. The average most respondents have family burdens two and three people as six people or 6.67 percents. But, there are still three respondents who have not have family burdens. Generally, more and more members help in respondent's jobs. The mangrove ecosystem management strategy of Probolinggo Regency coast is by involving people role (people and people figures) and governmental supports through the models of mangrove forest management strategy, the model of embankment cultivation management by entering mangrove as input resources of production facilities, and ecotourism management by the purpose of improving people income.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Subjects: Q Science > QH Natural history > QH75-77 Ecosystem management
    Divisions: Conference/Seminar > Proceedings International Seminar Natural Resources Climate change & food security in Developing countries (ISNAR-C2FS)
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    Date Deposited: 10 Aug 2012 14:51
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