Indonesia


Overview

Three species are assessed in Indonesia: milkfish, barramundi, and groupers. These three species comprised 98% of Indonesia’s total marine finfish production in 2007. They span the spectrum of performance—from relatively strong (68), to below average (46), to poor (10), respectively. As a result, Indonesia’s country score (66) sits in the middle of the spectrum but seven points higher than the global country average (59).

Indonesia’s milkfish score (68) is among the highest of all performers assessed, largely due to its use of extensive, polyculture-based systems. In contrast, groupers from Indonesia receive the worst performance score (10) of the 44 species-country performers assessed by GAPI. This contrast highlights the suite of performance differences between extensively farmed, low-trophic-level species such as milkfish versus the intensive culture of a high-trophic-level species like groupers. Indonesia’s country score falls to 47 when the cumulative effect of its total assessed production is considered. This is due, in large part, to the generally high density of its coastal aquaculture operations.

Country Scores

species normalised and cumulative gapi score

Species-Country Pairs Assessed


Species-Country Scores

Indicator Radar Graph

Species-Country Indicator Performance

Indicator Radar Graph

Summary of GAPI Scores


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Normalised and Cumulative GAPI Scores
   
Normalised GAPI Score
Cumulative GAPI Score
Country Score
66 47
Countries Average
59 67
 
 
GAPI Score by Species-Country Pair
      Species-Country GAPI Score INPUTS DISCHARGES BIOLOGICAL
      CAP ECOE FEED INDE ANTI BOD COP PARA ESC PATH
Barramundi
Normalised 46 100 39 44 40 42 94 28 5 35 57
Cumulative 86 100 82 84 85 83 99 88 81 87 89
 
Groupers
Normalised 10 0 0 0 0 0 85 28 6 32 3
Cumulative 68 20 62 63 69 59 96 85 78 84 71
 
Milkfish
Normalised 68 98 80 90 61 97 67 28 45 46 39
Cumulative 46 93 56 77 25 93 48 6 16 18 0