Aquaculture and its role in Integrated Coastal Zone Management

Aquaculture and its role in Integrated Coastal Zone Management The workshop, “Aquaculture and its role inIntegrated Coastal Zone Management” held inOstende, Belgium in April 2001, aimed to provideinformation to help develop recommendations forwise management of aquaculture in coastal andmarine environments. This paper focuses on thetwo main objectives of the workshop, 1) to aidthe development of stronger interdisciplinarycommunication between the natural and socialsciences and to improve the utility ofavailable scientific information and knowledge;and 2) to promote new perspectives on thesustainable use of coastal areas and naturalresources. The paper also summarizes thedebates following each of the three workshopthematic sessions: aquaculture and ICZM;socio-economic and political dimensions;developing sustainable production systems; andidentifies the key recommendations that may beapplied to the formulation of policy onintegrated aquaculture management in coastaland marine environments. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aquaculture International Springer Journals

Aquaculture and its role in Integrated Coastal Zone Management

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2002 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Life Sciences; Freshwater & Marine Ecology; Zoology
ISSN
0967-6120
eISSN
1573-143X
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1023926421723
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Abstract

The workshop, “Aquaculture and its role inIntegrated Coastal Zone Management” held inOstende, Belgium in April 2001, aimed to provideinformation to help develop recommendations forwise management of aquaculture in coastal andmarine environments. This paper focuses on thetwo main objectives of the workshop, 1) to aidthe development of stronger interdisciplinarycommunication between the natural and socialsciences and to improve the utility ofavailable scientific information and knowledge;and 2) to promote new perspectives on thesustainable use of coastal areas and naturalresources. The paper also summarizes thedebates following each of the three workshopthematic sessions: aquaculture and ICZM;socio-economic and political dimensions;developing sustainable production systems; andidentifies the key recommendations that may beapplied to the formulation of policy onintegrated aquaculture management in coastaland marine environments.

Journal

Aquaculture InternationalSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 10, 2004

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