1 edition of Legal and economic strategies for shorelines management found in the catalog.
Legal and economic strategies for shorelines management
by Division of Marine Resources, University of Washington in Seattle
Written in English
|Statement||chairman, Robert F. Goodwin ; editors, Barbara J. Miller, Robert F. Goodwin.|
|Series||WSG-WO ; 75-3, Washington sea grant publication -- 75-3.|
|Contributions||Goodwin, Robert F., Miller, Barbara J., University of Washington. Coastal Resources Program., Washington Sea Grant Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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[Robert F Goodwin; Barbara J Miller; University of Washington. Division of Marine Resources.; University of Washington. Institute for Marine Studies. Coastal Resources Program.; Washington Sea Grant Marine Advisory Services.;]. Growing recognition of the similarities in wetland and riparian area functioning and the differences in their legal protection led the NRC in to undertake a study of riparian areas, which has culminated in Riparian Areas: Functioning and Strategies for Management.
The report is intended to heighten awareness of riparian areas commensurate. Coastal Management: Global Challenges and Innovations focuses on the resulting problems faced by coastal areas in developing countries with a goal of helping create updated management and tactical approaches for researchers, field practitioners, planners and policymakers.
This book gathers, compiles and interprets recent developments, starting. Coral Triangle - Management Strategies. CTSP assists in setting up and managing Marine Protected Areas, to conserve reefs and fish, protect shorelines, improve fisheries catches for locals, and enhance quality of life for communities.
Legal and Policy gaps in the management of the live reef food fish trade in the Coral Triangle. Evolving Management and Planning at Project Shorelines 15 CHAPTER 2: PRE-PLANNING ACTIVITIES Shoreline Use Classification Strategies 31 Shoreline Management Policies, Permits, and Guidelines 33 legal right to build on or occupy project property.
Marine debris is a global pollution problem affecting marine life, maritime commerce and environmental quality. Scientists, policymakers and the public must be knowledgeable about the source, impact and control efforts if effective solutions are to be developed.
Marine Debris addresses the origin of persistent solid waste in the ocean, from urban and rural discharges to waste from ships and. Implementation of a new management approach for sheltered shorelines could minimize further loss of the benefits associated with maintaining more natural shorelines.
The prevailing practice of installing bulkheads and similar structures to combat real and perceived erosion problems is, for the most part, the inadvertent result of policies and. Living shorelines require space and time to work.
Wetlands are generally "thicker" than linear armoring strategies such as levees, so they need more land. They also require management, monitoring and time to become established. Unknowns. Living shorelines are naturally adaptive to sea level rise, as long as two conditions are present.
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Stands of Phragmites in Impoundments 27 Long-Term Management and. Monitoring 29File Size: 5MB. constitute a legal or complete reference to the vast array of federal, state, and/or local laws that may be management strategies. Small personal changes may produce bigger, cumulative changes in water quality beaches, shorelines, and waterways.
GOALAND OBJECTIVES The goal of the Good Mate program is to raiseFile Size: 2MB. Each North Sea country has its own legal and institutional arrangements for coastal governance.
The legal frameworks relating to the coastal zone are complex and diverse, and further complicated by the federal structure or devolution within countries (Gibson ).France has specific legislation for the coastal zone (Loi Littoral ).The UK has passed the Marine and Coastal Access Cited by: 5.
The state Office of Planning distributes a Special Management Area Guidebook (DBEDT, a) and the Hawaii Ocean Resources Management Plan (DBEDT, b), which explain Hawaii's coastal permitting regime and draw on innovative coastal management strategies respectively.
The Department holds multi-agency hazard avoidance workshops for the public Cited by: Coastal zones exemplify the environmental pressures we face: their beauty attracts settlement, they offer potential for diverse economic activities, and they are sensitive natural habitats for important species, as well as providing a range of ecosystem services.
They are also extremely vulnerableBrand: Springer Netherlands. Clarendon Blvd. Suite Arlington, VA Philippine Law on Shorelines. National legal and policy framework provides for convergence of national and local coastal management approaches Open access regime Community-based resource management institutionalized as essential element of coastal management approaches Strategies: Regulation of sand and coral mining Protection and.
Collectively, all these strategies help reduce the leakage of low-value/single-use plastics into terrestrial and aquatic environments and subsequent formation of microplastics from their degradation.
Regardless of the most modern waste management systems available, leakage of single-use throwaway products and packaging by: East Africa is among the most environmentally diverse regions of the continent, and this diversity is reflected in its hydrology.
The steppe plains, home to much of the region’s great wildlife, are defined by scarcity of rainfall and surface water resources.
Within this sea of aridity, mountain peaks such as Kilimanjaro, Kenya, and Meru induce large amounts of rainfall and give rise to Author: Matthew V. Bender. How the Environment Agency and local councils are developing shoreline management plans to manage the threat of coastal change.
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