This title was first published in 2001. Management of coastal zone areas is particularly complicated due to their international nature. Focussing on European coastal zones, this volume examines the various key issues and concerns and highlights the importance of partnership approaches. It details the inter-relationship between the various organizations involved (both governmental and none-governmental), as well as appraising the current national and international legislation and possible future policies. The contributors draw on in-depth case studies from the UK, the Baltic and Hellenic coasts and discuss topics such as international conflicts within the coastal zone, the effectiveness of planning legislation and how to appraise environmental and cultural impacts of changes in coastal zone land use.
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Contents: Partnerships in European coastal zone management, R.W. Dixon-Gough; Council of European activities concerning the protection of coastal zones, M. Déjeant-Pons; The limits of denationalization and self-help in the areas of infrastructure and environmental protection, P.Trappe; Regional and international conflicts within the coastal zone: a case for partnerships and European-wide co-operation, R.W. Dixon-Gough; Interdisciplinary approaches in coastal zone management and floodplain area development, U. Lenk and H. Lenk; The total economic value of the natural resources of the coast, S.Goodman, W. Seabrooke and S. Jaffry; Coastal zone management: the application of networks and databases, T.J. Goodhead; The contribution of town and country planning to the resolution of conflict in the coastal zone, J. Taussik; Partnership in planning and management of the Solent, A. Inder; Re-introduction of salt marshes: preserving the coastline, R.K. Bullard; Capacity in coastal zone management at the University of Portsmouth, J. Taussik; Lytham-St Annes: the decline of a British seaside resort, D.C. Doughty; Coastal zone management in the Baltic area, W.H. Balekjian; Database to estimate changes of land use along the Hellenic coast, J. Kioussopoulos; The problems of coastal zone management in Turkey, F. Narli; Index.
’...highlights the key issues of coastal zone management with the focus on European partnerships and Council of Europe activities.’ Aslib Book Guide ’...this book provides students of maritime studies as well as those involved in managing coastal zones with a useful comparative study of the different approaches to coastal zone managemnet across Europe.’ European Access Plus '...this book fills a usefull role by bringing together a lot of information in one volume.' The Geographhical Journal