Book reviews 499 Reference Cook, R.M., Sinclair, A. et al. (1997) Potential collapse of North Sea cod stocks. Nature 385, 521 ± 522. SOPHI E DE S CLER S Biological Sciences, Warwick University, UK Coastal Zone Management Imperative for Maritime Developing Nations (Coastal Systems and Continental Margins, Vol. 3) B.U. Haq, S.M. Haq, G. Kullenberg and J.H. Stel (eds) Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht etc., 1997 ISBN 0-7923-4765-X, NLG 295.00, US$169.00, £99.00 Hard cover, acid-free paper, pp. xiv 394, 21 tables, 20 boxes, 47 ®gures Includes `COSMO Software package, a coastal zone planning module' Geographical index only This book arose from an international workshop on integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) held in Pakistan in 1994. The special focus papers from this workshop have been combined with invited contributions from various specialists around the world to produce a text that aims to serve as a training module in ICZM courses, and as a conceptual framework for coastal management and its application on a worldwide basis. The 20 chapters by a total of 21 authors are grouped into six sections: Part 1 contains three chapters on the Conceptual Framework of Integrated Coastal Zone Management; Part 2 has three chapters on Regional
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