Amalan sistem tagal dan penjagaan biodiversiti di Sabah

Othman, Normala and Ismail, Sri Rahayu and Ab. Halim, Adlina and Jawan, Jayum and Ibrahim, Nurul Nadia (2007) Amalan sistem tagal dan penjagaan biodiversiti di Sabah. In: Seminar Kebangsaan Sains Sosial : Sains Sosial Teras Pembangunan Modal, 20-21 Mei 2007, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)

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Sistem tagal merupakan satu kaedah penternakan tadahan ikan yang diwarisi secara turun temurun di kalangan masyarakat peribumi Sabah dau kini telah diperluaskan kembali amalannya dalam cara yaug lebih sistematik di bawah kendalian Jabatan Perikanan Sabah. Ia merupakan satu sistem perkongsian pintar (smart partnership) di antara masyarakat dengau pihak kerajaan (Jabatan Perikanan) dalam hal perlindungan (protection), pemuliharaan(reviving/restoring) dan pengurusan (management) sumber perikanan sungai di Sabah. Di bawah sistem tagal ini,ikan akan diberi masa untuk membiak dan hanya ikan yang cukup matang akan ditangkap apabila telah tiba musim untuk "menuai". Dengan cara ini juga pelbagai spesies ikan akan terpelihara daripada ancaman kepupusan. Justeru, kertas ini memperincikan lagi amalan sistem tagal dan kepentingannya dalam penjagaan biodiversili di Sabah.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subject:Fish trade - Sabah - History
Subject:Fisheries - Sabah - History
Subject:Biological diversity
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Human Ecology
ID Code:18722
Deposited By: Erni Suraya Abdul Aziz
Deposited On:01 Mar 2012 06:48
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