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Environment and Livelihoods in Tropical Coastal Zones Managing Agriculture-Fishery-Aquaculture Conflicts

Edited By: CT Hoanh, TP Tuong, JW Gowing and B Hardy
309 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Environment and Livelihoods in Tropical Coastal Zones
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  • Environment and Livelihoods in Tropical Coastal Zones ISBN: 9781845931070 Hardback Jul 2006 Out of stock with supplier: order now to get this when available
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This book focuses on the challenges people face in managing agricultural crops, aquaculture, fisheries and related ecosystems in inland areas of coastal zones in the tropics of Asia, Africa, Australia and South America. These challenges can create conflicts in the use of natural resources between different stakeholders. Through many case studies, the book discusses the nature of the conflicts and identifies what is known and not known about how to manage them. For example, some case studies relate to the trade-offs between enhancing agricultural production by constructing embankments to keep out saline water and maintaining not only the variety of rural livelihoods but also brackish aquatic biodiversity. Other case studies provide the lessons learnt from the conversion of mangrove forests to shrimp farms.


- Land and Water Management in Coastal Zones: Dealing with Agriculture-Aquaculture-Fishery Conflicts, J W Gowing, T P Tuong and C T Hoanh,
- Adapting to Aquaculture in Vietnam: Securing Livelihoods in a Context of Change in Two Coastal Communities, C Luttrell, Overseas Development Institute, UK
- Livelihood Systems and Dynamics of Poverty in a Coastal Province of Vietnam, M Hossain, IRRI, Philippines, T T Ut, Nong Lam University, Vietnam and M L Bose, WorldFish Center, Philippines
- Social and Environmental Impact of Rapid Change in the Coastal Zone of Vietnam: an Assessment of Sustainability Issues, J W Gowing, T P Tuong, C T Hoanh and N T Khiem, An Giang University, Vietnam - Brackish-Water Shrimp Cultivation Threatens Permanent Damage to Coastal Agriculture in Bangladesh, M Rezaul Karim
- Coastal Water Resource Use for Higher Productivity: Participatory Research for Increasing Cropping Intensity in Bangladesh, M K Mondal, Bangladesh Rice Research Institute, T P Tuong, S P Ritu, Bangladesh Rice Research Institute, M H K Choudhury, Proshika Manobik Unnyan Kendra, Bangladesh, A M Chasi, HEED, Banglades, P K Majumder, Department of Agricultural Extension, Bangladesh, M M Islam,and S K Adhikary, Khulna University, Bangladesh - Coastal Shrimp Farming in Thailand: Searching for Sustainability, B Szuster, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
- Tracing the Outputs from Drained Acid Sulphate Floodplains to Minimize Threats to Coastal Lakes, B C T Macdonald, I White, L Heath, Australian National University, J Smith, University of New South Wales, Australia, A F Keene, Southern Cross University, Australia, M Tunk,s Tweed Shire Council, Australia and A Kinsela, University of New South Wales, Australia
- From Conflict to Industry-Regulated Best Practice Guidelines: a Case Study of Estuarine Floodplain Management of the Tweed River of Eastern Australia, I White, M Melville, University of New South Wales, Australia, B C T Macdonald, University of Newcastle, UK, R Quirk and R Hawken, Condong Sugar Mill, Australia, M Tunks, D Buckley, R Beattie, New South Wales Sugar Milling Co-operative Limited, Australia, L Heath and J Williams, New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, Australia
- Mangrove Dependency and the Livelihoods of Coastal Communities in Thailand, E B Barbier, University of Wyoming, USA
- Mangroves, People and Cockles: Impacts of the Shrimp-Farming Industry on Mangrove Communities in Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador, P Ocampo-Thomason
- Interrelations among Mangroves, the Local Economy and Social Sustainability: A Review from a Case Study in North Brazil, U Saint-Paul, Centre for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Germany
- Mangrove: Changes and Conflicts in Claimed Ownership, Uses and Purposes, M-C Cormier-Salem, IRD/MNHN, France
- Comparing Land-Use Planning Approaches in the Coastal Mekong Delta of Vietnam, N H Trung and L Q Tri, Can Tho University, Vietnam, M E F van Mensvoort and A K. Bregt, Wageningen University, Netherlands - Applying the Resource Management Domain (RMD) Concept to Land and Water Use and Management in the Coastal Zone: Case Study of Bac Lieu Province, Vietnam, S P Kam, WorldFish Center (WFC), Philippines, N V Nhan and V T Be Nam, Integrated Resources Management Center (IRMC), Vietnam, T P Tuong, C T Hoanh, and A Maunahan, IRRI, Philippines
- 16 Developing a Consultative Bayesian Model for Integrated Management of Aquatic Resources: an Inland Coastal Zone Case Study, E Baran, WorldFish Center, Cambodia, T Jantunen, Phnom Penh, Cambodia and P Chheng, Inland Fisheries Research and Development Institute, Cambodia
- 17 Aquatic Food Production in the Coastal Zone: Data-Based Perceptions on the Trade-off between Mariculture and Fisheries Production of the Mahakam Delta and Estuary, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, P A M van Zwieten, Wageningen University, Netherlands, S A Sidik, Noryadi, I Suyatna and Abdunnur, University of Mulawarman, Indonesia
- Managing Diverse Land Uses in Coastal Bangladesh: Institutional Approaches, M Rafiqul Islam, Program Development Office for Integrated Coastal Zone Management, Bangladesh
- Widening Coastal Managers' Perceptions of Stakeholders through Capacity Building, M Le Tissier and J M Hills, University of Newcastle, UK
- Can Integrated Coastal Management Solve Agriculture-Fisheries-Aquaculture Conflicts at the Land-Water Interface? A Perspective from New Institutional Economics, C Brugere, FAO of the United Nations, Italy - Responding to Coastal Poverty: Should We Be Doing Things Differently or Doing Different Things? J Campbell, E Whittingham and P Townsley, University of Exeter, UK
- Achieving Food and Environmental Security: Better River Basin Management for Healthy Coastal Zones, S Atapattu and D Molden, International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka

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Dr. Chu Thai Hoanh is a Principle Researcher on Water Resources at the International Water Management Institute (IWMI). He holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences from the International Institute for Aerospace and Earth Sciences (ITC) and Wageningen University in the Netherlands. He has over 30 years of experience in research and management with varied subjects in water resources and agriculture planning, including hydraulic and water quality modelling, crop modelling, land use optimization, and assessment of climate change impacts in many countries as India, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Philippines, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Particularly he contributed to several studies in the deltas, including land use policies, tradeoffs between rice and shrimp production systems, and water management in the Mekong and Ganges Deltas. He is author, co-author or editor of over 30 refereed journal articles, book chapters or books, and over 100 technical reports and papers in conference proceedings.

Edited By: CT Hoanh, TP Tuong, JW Gowing and B Hardy
309 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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