An idealized rural coastal zone management integrating land and water use
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Various countries have formulated special integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) strategies which seek to both manage development and conserve natural resources and integrate and coordinate the relevant people sectors and their functions and roles within the bounds of this rich realm. Concerns that may be addressed by ICZM include: 1) Natural resources degradation; 2) Pollution; 3) Land use conflicts; and, 4) Destruction of life and property by natural hazards. Some prevalent sources of environmental impacts (livelihoods) are listed, together with some recommendations to the concerns which they may raise in relation to coastal zone management: agriculture; aquaculture; fisheries; forestry; human settlements; tourism; and, transport industry.
Dagoon, N. J. (1998). An idealized rural coastal zone management integrating land and water use.
SEAFDEC Asian Aquaculture, 20(3), 18-21. http://hdl.handle.net/10862/1794
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