Preface. Part I: Regional Perspectives on Integrated Coastal Management. Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the European Union: Prospects for a Common Strategy; S. Belfiore. An Integrated Coastal Management Programme for Central and Eastern Europe and the New Independent States; A. Pickaver. The Diffusion of Integrated Coastal Management in the Mediterranean; M. Prem. The Impact of Integrated Coastal Management Pilot Projects on National Systems in the Mediterranean Region; A. Pavasovic. Part II: Country Perspectives on Integrated Coastal Management. U.S. Ocean and Coastal Policy: Blueprint for the New Decade; B. Cicin-Sain. An Evaluation of Integrated Coastal Management in the UK; R. Ballinger. Integrated Coastal Management in France: A Geographical Perspective; A. Miossec. Integrated Coastal Management in Spain: Focus on the Mediterranean; J.L. Suárez de Vivero. Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Israel; V. Brachya. The Italian Coastal Master Plan; G. Scabbia, A. Vallega. The Scenario of the Italian Coastal Area in the Context of the Surrounding Countries: The RAMOGE Agreement; G. Fierro. Part III: Integrated Coastal Management in the Adriatic Region. A Review of Coastal Area Management in Slovenia; S. Mezek, M. Bricelj. Prospects for Integrated Coastal Management Development in Croatia; A. Randic. Economic Integration and Regional Economic Development in Northern Adriatic Region; R. Vodopivec. USA-Adriatic Cooperation in Coastal Affairs; A. Frankic. University-Industry Cooperation in Environmental Management and Sustainable Development; A. Kornhauser. The Recreational Use and Abuse of the Coastline of Slovenia: Issues in the Management of Coastal Tourism; A.Gosar. Part IV: Special Issues and Tools in Integrated Coastal Management. Enabling Mechanisms for Integrated Coastal Management: Matching Theory and Practice; J. van der Weide, M. van Koningsveld. Quality Control in Coastal Geographical Information Systems; D. Bartlett, E. Bruce. Coastal Erosion in the Black Sea: The Experience of the Black Sea Environmental Programme; N. Panin, S. Nicolaev. Coastal Dynamics and Sustainability: The Case of Low-Lying Coasts; A. Sánchez-Arcilla, J.A. Jiménez, H.I. Valdemoro, V. Gracia. The Role of Regional Economic Agreements in Marine Resource Conservation; G. Cid. Appendix A: Workshop Summary and Recommendations. Appendix B: Workshop Participants. Subject Index.
Sustainable Coastal Management: A Transatlantic and Euro-Mediterranean Perspective / Edition 1by Biliana Cicin Sain, Igor Pavlin, Stefano Belfiore
Pub. Date: 09/30/2002
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Recent assessment of progress in coastal management at the national level shows an impressive growth of efforts after the 1992 Earth Summit, particularly in Europe and the Mediterranean. This book contains regional surveys of coastal management progress in Europe and the Mediterranean since 1992, discussion regional trends, development sin decision making, and
Recent assessment of progress in coastal management at the national level shows an impressive growth of efforts after the 1992 Earth Summit, particularly in Europe and the Mediterranean. This book contains regional surveys of coastal management progress in Europe and the Mediterranean since 1992, discussion regional trends, development sin decision making, and cooperative activities. It then goes on to assess national progress towards coastal management, including the development of national coastal management systems, efforts at coordinated planning and management, and the development and use of environmental codes of practice. It then examines selected priority issues in the Northern Adriatic: economic integration and regional economic development, international scientific and technological cooperation in marine affairs and coastal tourism. Finally, the book covers the use of GIS in coastal environments and coastal engineering, the role played by scientific information in coastal policy, and the importance of free trade agreements.
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