Edited By: Leontine E Visser
248 pages, 25 b/w illus
Examines the issues involved in managing coastal zones. Contributors to this volume argue that coastal zones pose a developmental rather than a management challenge and require a multidisciplinary response from the social and natural sciences.
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Leontine Visser is Professor of Rural Development Sociology at Wageningen University and Research Centre. As an anthropologist, she focusses on the use of and access to natural resources. She is team leader of the Centre for Maritime Research (MARE) of UvA/WUR.
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