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Managing Britain's Marine and Coastal Environment Towards a Sustainable Future

Edited By: Hance Smith and Jonathan Potts
309 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Routledge
Managing Britain's Marine and Coastal Environment
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This collection, featuring an impressive list of contributors, covers themes including maritime history; environmental issues; public policy; technology and resources as well as open sea development and management.

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Introduction " Part 1: The maritime world "1. Peoples of the Sea: the British maritime world "Hance Smith and Jonathan Potts "2. Technology and resources "Jonathan Side Part 2: The open sea "3. Oil and gas" David Pinder "4. Fisheries management at the Millennium: perspectives from an island community "Ian Napier "5". "Ocean waste disposal: an acceptable option in the new Millennium? "Martin Angel "6. UK marine science at the millennium "David Pugh Part 3: The coast "7. The development of fishing communities with special reference to Scotland "James Coull "8. Challenges and opportunities for coastal recreation and tourism "David Johnson "9. On the edge: coastal planning and management "Rhoda Ballinger "10 . Shoreline management: the next generation "Jonathan Potts and David Carter "11. Designing a safeguard system for the marine environment: what do we really want? "Duncan Huggett "Epilogue: putting sustainability into practice "Bob Earll "Index

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Edited By: Hance Smith and Jonathan Potts
309 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Routledge
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