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The impact of the use of refined petroleum on potential pollution in mangrove allows the presence of lead metal (Pb) in the Sangihe Islands Restoration and Learning Center and the use of mangroves in the Sangihe Islands Restoration and Mangrove Learning Center as a place of learning has not been carried out to the full. Therefore, in this regard, a study was carried out by analyzing Pb metals in sediments, Gastropod shells and Bivalvia shells in the research subsystem zone of the Sangihe Islands Restoration and Mangrove Learning Center which were then designed into learning designs using a model of problem based learning. The research method used is an exploratory method. Pb metal analysis was performed using an Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer instrument resulting in an average Pb metal in sediments was 0.402 ppm, in Bivalvia shells was 0.04283 ppm and Gastropods shells was 0.0654 ppm. Based on the results of the analysis, it can be concluded that the presence of Pb metal in sediments, Bivalvia shells and Gastropod shells then yields four main questions in the learning design with Sub-Impacts of the Use of Petroleum using the problem based learning model.
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