1.Processing water quality as a measure of status and value to the aquatic ecosystem that supports the dynamic interaction between the components of biotic and / or abiotic components.

  1. Study of morpho-edafik factors as well as components biotic and / or abiotic water as a measure of the status of aquatic ecosystems.
  2. Analysis and evaluation of water quality as a measure of the status of aquatic ecosystems that support aquatic biotic components.
  3. Evaluation and prediction of the dynamics of aquatic ecosystems associated with water degradation (pollution) and water enrichment (eutrophication).
  4. Management of water quality in aquatic ecosystems is open in an effort to maintain, use and / or improve the use value of marine resources by way of control, restoration, and rehabilitation.
  5. Management of water quality in aquatic ecosystems covered through efforts to maintain the condition, repair, and improve the quality of waste water as well as biota live media, physics, chemistry, and biology (bioremediation).
  6. Water quality management system with waste minimization (recirculation and optimized utilization of water / reused).
  7. Study of increasing the value of water as a growing medium in order to optimize the formation and development of the biomass of organisms in aquatic ecosystems.
  8. Analysis and evaluation of the status of aquatic ecosystems trofodinamik and prediction of marine productivity.

2.Development techniques and methods in the use and utilization of plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and aquatic microorganisms as forming the biomass in order to determine the level of fertility waters

  1. Identification, determination and evaluation of plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and aquatic microorganisms to assess the degree of eutrophication of aquatic ecosystems.
  2. The study of plankton, benthos, aquatic vegetation and aquatic microorganisms as a member of biotic components that play a role in the process of production of an aquatic ecosystem.
  3. Applications plankton, benthos, aquatic vegetation and aquatic microorganisms as bio-indicators of fertility waters.
  4. Isolation plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and aquatic microorganisms from natural aquatic environments.
  5. The application of science and innovation of new techniques for plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and aquatic microorganisms in order to obtain an optimal and sustainable productivity.

3.Development techniques and methods in the use and utilization of plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and aquatic microorganisms as bio-indicators in order to determine the level of water pollution

  1. Identification, determination and evaluation of plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and microorganisms waters to assess the level of degradation of the aquatic ecosystem.
  2. The study of plankton, benthos, aquatic vegetation and aquatic microorganisms as a member of biotic components that act as recyclers (decomposer) in the process of recovering himself an aquatic ecosystem.
  3. Applications plankton, benthos, aquatic vegetation and aquatic microorganisms as bio-indicators of water pollution.
  4. Isolation plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and aquatic microorganisms from aquatic environments have been degraded.
  5. The application of science and innovation of new techniques for plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and microorganisms in the water to improve water quality in order to increase the value of marine resources.
  6.  Utilization of plankton, benthos, aquatic plants, and aquatic microorganisms to study the status and value to the aquatic ecosystem.

4.Development science and method of determining the water carrying capacity to support optimal and sustainable productivity

  1. Open water carrying capacity assessment and / or closed in terms of the capacity of water as a growing medium biota
  2. Analysis and evaluation of carrying capacity of open water and / or covered by the designation of water as a resource that is directly utilized, as well as the fulfillment of ecologically comfort biota that grows and develops in the optimal and sustainable water.
  3. Prediction achievements of open water carrying capacity and / or covered by the designation of water as a resource that is directly utilized, as well as the fulfillment of ecologically comfort biota that grows and develops in the optimal and sustainable water.

5.Formulasi an integrated water management model based on the carrying capacity and optimum productivity

  1. The study of the dynamics of the water quality in aquatic systems open and / or closed, and the way it is managed.
  2.  Planning and determination of water resource management program and policy management of water resources.
  3. Formulating an integrated water management model taking into account the ecological capacity by combining the carrying capacity and resilience of themselves naturally from aquatic ecosystems are exploited so that utilization can be sustained with optimal productivity.