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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 6, June 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Heavy Metal Content In Green Mussels And Crabs As An Indicator Of Heavy Metals Presence In The Coastal Waters Of Karawang, Indonesia

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AUTHOR(S)

Luisa Febrina Amalo, Marfian D. Putra, Irza Arnita Nur, Vidya Nur Trissanti, Hefni Effendi, Yusli Wardiatno, Mursalin, Ali Mashar, Hadi Supardi, Audra Ligafinza

 

KEYWORDS

Accumulation, crabs, detection limit, green mussels.

 

ABSTRACT

The assessment of the aquatic environment condition is only by taking a sample of water quality, sometimes not clearly showing the actual alteration. Thus, to find out more about pollution conditions such as the presence of heavy metals in aquatic ecosystems, it requires to be supported by other types of samples, such as metal content in benthic biota and aquatic sediments. This study aimed to analyze the content of heavy metals in green mussels and crabs in the coastal area of Karawang - West Java which is suspected to often receive a variety of pollutants from potential industrial activities resulting in heavy metal contamination. In addition, the two types of benthic biota are often consumed by the community so that the feasibility or safety based on heavy metal content is also important to elaborate. Sampling was focused on 2 locations that often experienced a drastic increase in the abundance of green mussels, namely Sungaibuntu and Cemarajaya Villages. The results of sample analysis showed that Cadmium (Cd), Lead (Pb), and Tin (Sn) were below the detection limit for all samples. Arsenic (As) content was relatively higher in shellfish samples, while Mercury (Hg) levels were higher in crab samples. If viewed from the location of live shells in the water column (with the help of artificial substrate) and crabs in the bottom of waters, the metal content in both samples indicated that Hg accumulated more quickly in the bottom waters whilst As can lasted longer in the water column. When viewed from the viewpoint of consumption eligibility, all heavy metal content in the samples of shells and crabs in the study site still meets the requirements for consumption eligibility based on SNI 7387: 2009 [1].

 

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