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The development of integrated sea use management

Smith, Hance ORCID: and Vallega, Adalberto 2002. The development of integrated sea use management. [The Development of Integrated Sea Use Management]. Routledge.

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Fisheries, recreation, transportation, mineral extraction ... the world's seas are subject to an incredibly diverse range of uses. Hitherto these have generally been considered on a use by use basis, with a multiplicity of separate organisations involved in government, private and voluntary sectors. The Development of Integrated Sea Use Management looks at the moves towards integrated management of these conflicting uses and of their environmental impacts. Three key starting points for integrated management are identified, namely, the theme of maritime boundary delimitation which governs the allocation of sea space among states; the management of individual uses, which remains a cornerstone upon which integrated management can be built; and the regional basis of integrated ocean management. The content ranges widely over detailed case studies within each sphere, in both developed and developing countries, and from coastal estuaries to the deep ocean.

Item Type: Book
Book Type: Edited Book
Date Type: Published Online
Status: Published
Schools: Earth and Environmental Sciences
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9780203406038
Last Modified: 11 Jul 2023 13:30

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