Sea as a provider of natural resources productive, Ecologically snail barkis linked to the land and sea as well as other ecosystems (mangroves and seagrass). The snails are close to the bark of the ecosystem. The purpose of this study was to determine the type of bark associated with seagrass seagrass conservation in the region.This study will be carried out for 6 months from December 2013 to May 2014. Locations of researched in the waters of the Village Bintan regency of Malang making is divided into 3 stations where each station there are 3 transects and each transect there are 5 plots /transect observation 1x1m2. Regresion Linier = y 5,143 +0,0069×1 Enhalus acoroides -0,103×2 Thalassia heprinchi -0,232×3 Cymodocea serullata. When the density of seagrass Enhalus acoroides increased by one unit then the bark density value increased by 0,0069 units assuming other variables remain. When the density of seagrass Thalassia heprinchi, increased by one unit then the bark density value decreased by -0,103 units assuming other variables remain. When the density of seagrass Cymodocea serullata, increased by one unit then the value of the density of bark fell by -0,232 units assuming other variables remain.
Key Words: Association Gonggong (Strombus sp) with Seagrass in Conservation at
Malang Rapat Bintan.
Asosiasi Gonggong (Strombus Sp) dengan Lamun di Wilayah Konservasi Lamun Desa Malang Rapat Kabupaten Bintan