5 edition of Coastal zone management: multiple use with conservation. found in the catalog.
|Statement||The authors: Lincoln D. Cathers [and others] Editor: J. F. Peel Brahtz.|
|Series||University of California engineering and physical sciences extension series|
|Contributions||Cathers, Lincoln D., Brahtz, John F., ed.|
|LC Classifications||HT391 .C52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 352 p.|
|Number of Pages||352|
|LC Control Number||74178141|
The third approach is a recent development. It consists of the establishment of a large, multiple use protected area with an integrated management system providing levels of protection varying throughout the area. Ideally this integration should extend to co-ordinated management of marine and terrestrial areas in the coastal zone and beyond. Coastal Zone Management1 is expected to be included among the identified priority themes. A multiple-use, system-oriented modes of coastal ecosystem management principles. NACOMA will provide a framework to address some development and implementation of decentralized biodiversity and coastal conservation, inter-sectoral cooperation and.
Conservation Project, which has identified MPAs as a priority theme for attention. The Coastal Zone Management Centre (CZMC) of the Netherlands - supported project on Capacity building in MPA management in the Western Indian Ocean region. Implemented in collaboration with WIOMSA, the project aimed at providing training in skills, techniques. As an example compare to other countries we have comprehensive legal system on coastal zone management laws alone, to safe guard coastal resources. management of multiple use forests for sustainable production of wood and management of forests with community participation. It is mainly involved in promoting the conservation and.
Floodplain management is a community-based effort to prevent or reduce the risk of flooding, resulting in a more resilient community. Multiple groups with a stake in protecting their communities from flooding carry out floodplain management functions including zoning, building codes, enforcement, education and other tasks. The Coastal Zone Management Act of (CZMA; Pub.L. 92–, 86 Stat. , enacted Octo , 16 U.S.C. §§ –, Chapter 33) is an Act of Congress passed in to encourage coastal states to develop and implement coastal zone management plans (CZMPs). This act was established as a United States National policy to preserve, protect, develop, and where possible, restore or.
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Coastal zone management: multiple use with conservation. New York, Wiley-Interscience  (OCoLC) Online version: Coastal zone management: multiple use with conservation. New York, Wiley-Interscience  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lincoln D Cathers; John F Brahtz.
Book Review: Coastal zone management: Multiple use with conservation. J.F. Peel Brahtz, (Editor). Wiley, New York — London,pp., £ Author: Robert L. Bish. The concept of conflict of use is basic to the fields of coastal zone management 48 and land use planning; as ocean uses increase and intensify, that concept has been similarly recognized as relevant in sea or ocean use management.
49 Often incompatibility is demonstrated in practice as sectoral-based decisions are implemented and negative. Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) is an interdisciplinary and adaptive process to promote sustainable management of coastal zones (ComEC, ). ICZM involves the development and implementation of a coordinated strategy for the allocation of resources to achieve sustainability in coastal areas (Mee, ; Sorensen, ).
Brahtz, J. F., Coastal Zone Management: Multiple use with Conservation. New York: John Wiley & Sons, p. Google Scholar. Coastal zone management: Multiple use with conservation. J.F. Peel Brahtz (Editor), Wiley, Chichester, pp., £ This book contains seven chapters focusing on multiple use resources, conservation and protected areas, and environmental dilemmas on the coasts.
The first chapter discusses the coastal goods and services, the observed changes in coastal zones, and their effects on fisheries, tourism, small islands and coral reefs, climatic change, and coastal zone management.
Conservation of this species should be given high priority and be seen as an important part of integrated coastal zone management. Establishment of multiple-use management areas with controlled ecotourism and several priority sites declared as strict reserves seems to be the most effective conservation approach.
anticipates resource impacts and offers solutions. The primary aim of coastal zone management is to provide for sustainable use of the resources of the coastal commons. A major benefit of the unified coastal zone management approach (integrated, multiple-use oriented) over the traditional sectoral (single-use) approach is that it provides a.
The Act No 27/ on management of coastal zone and small island regarded as ICZM policy framework with Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries appointed as leading agency.
MULTIPLE USES OF THE COASTAL ZONE. The coastal zone is used extensively and increasingly for a large number of activities. These multiple uses are not always compatible and may result in a wide array of problems for resource users and decision-makers.
Coastal land is used for human settlement, agriculture, trade, industry and amenity. Population migration to the coastal zone has increased by 50 to 70 per cent. Conflicts of inhabitation and use are escalating rapidly. Single use is economically risky if not unsound.
In traditional societies multiple‐use has been exercised successfully. Concentration among today′s users should lead to an acceptable balance and to sustainable situations.
Sustainable multiple‐use and management of the coastal zone Sustainable multiple‐use and management of the coastal zone Roger H. Charlier; Constance C.P. Charlier Population migration to the coastal zone has increased by 50 to 70 per cent. Conflicts of inhabitation and use are escalating rapidly.
Coastal zones are critical multiple-use resources, under pressure from constant demands from different sources - conservation, economic growth and social welfare.
This book identifies the dilemmas of managing conservation and development in coastal areas. Coastal zones are critical multiple-use resources, under pressure from constant demands from different sources - conservation, economic growth and social welfare.
This book identifies the dilemmas of managing conservation and development in coastal areas. It offers important information on the management, conservation and social implications of coastal resources. The authors present a. Development of coastal zone policies that recognise the right to acces for local communities to coastal resources.
Development of coastal management methodologies that recognise social justice and specifically embrance pro-poor policies and environmentally balanced use of the coastal resource.
as an important part of integrated coastal zone manage-ment. Establishment of multiple-use management areas with controlled ecotourism and several priority sites declared as strict reserves seems to be the most effective conservation approach.
In order to be successful, con-servation and management policies need to recognize. Coastal zones are critical multiple-use resources, under pressure from constant demands from different sources - conservation, economic growth and social welfare.
This book identifies the dilemmas of managing conservation and development in coastal areas. New models are needed to move planners toward multiple-use, systems-oriented modes of management, based on precautionary approaches and ecosystem management principles. Wide adoption and implementation of integrated marine and coastal area management (IMCAM) are necessary for effective conservation and sustainable use of marine and coastal.
About the Commission. Oregon's Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC), assisted by the department, adopts state land-use goals and implements rules, assures local plan compliance with the goals, coordinates state and local planning, and oversees the coastal zone management program.
Get this from a library! Making waves: integrating coastal conservation and development. [Katrina Brown; Emma L Tompkins; W Neil Adger] -- "This book is important reading for researchers and students in geography, development studies and environmental planning and also for practitioners in natural resource management and coastal zone."Coastal Zone Management: Multiple Use With Conservation," edited by J.
F. Peel Brahtz, pages, $ John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Publishers, Third A v en u e, New York, N.Y. There are demands on the coastal z one by diverse groups. To develop good policies and viable objectives, regional planners must.Coastal Zone Management Handbook comprises the first complete manual on coastal resource planning and management technology.
Written by an international consultant, this handbook reflects a global perspective on the natural resources, sensitivities, economics, development, productivity, and diversity of coastal zones.
The emphasis is on tropical and subtropical coastal ecosystems, but the.