By: MG Barrett (Editor)
327 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
The objective of coastal management is the preservation of coastal resources whilst simultaneously satisfying the sometimes conflicting requirements of protection, development, usage and conservation. This book emphasises the integrated approach.
- Setting the scene - Pressures on the zone - Coastal heritage - Development pressures - Framework for planning and management - Planning options in response to change - Engineering sympathetic solutions - Case Studies - Conclusions
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