5 edition of Long-term perspective in coastal zone development found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HT395.G42 S292 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|ISBN 10||9783642017735, 9783642017742|
|LC Control Number||2009926866|
Abstract. Coastal hazards have long been present and are evolving due to a variety of different drivers: the long-term threat of climate change, including sea-level rise, adds a new dimension to these problems which is explored by: Interests: sediment dynamics; geomorphology and coastal protection; shoreline evolution in a medium- to long-term perspective; numerical modelling; vulnerability and risk classification of coastal areas; cost and benefit analysis of different coastal erosion mitigation strategies; artificial sand nourishments and integrated coastal zone.
The Partnering for Risk Management and Engagement on the Coast (PRiME-C) cluster brings together the results and experience of 9 Interreg projects working in Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM). The aim of the cluster is to achieve more effective and efficient risk management decision-making and policies across the 2 Seas region. The Long-Term Adaptation Scenarios (LTAS) Flagship Research Programme (–) is a multi-sectoral research programme, mandated by the South African National Climate Change Response White Paper (NCCRP, para ). The LTAS aims to develop national and sub-national adaptation scenarios for South Africa underFile Size: 2MB.
ICZM seeks a long-term and broad-based perspective in coastal management. Creation of a healthy and stable environmental foundation is the goal of ICZM. To this end, Japan’s prowess in technological development can be harness to integrate separate technologies into a coherent mitigation-oriented system of technologies that can enhance the. CRC offers more than 1, publications on topics relating to coastal and marine management, including reports, articles, issue briefs, training manuals, policy papers, presentations, and more. You can search all of our publications by keyword, or use the filters below the Search button to filter publications by year, initiative (issue area.
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Long-term Perspective in Coastal Zone Development Multifunctional Coastal Protection Zones. Authors (view affiliations) Frank Ahlhorn; Book. About this book. Introduction. From February until December the ComCoast project (Combined Fu- tions in Coastal Defence Zones) was carried out within the Interreg IIIB framework.
The. From February until December the ComCoast project (Combined Fu- tions in Coastal Defence Zones) was carried out within the Interreg IIIB framework. The objective of this project was to investigate and to test the options for spatial coastal protection concepts.
The mission statement of. Get this from a library. Long-term perspective in coastal zone development: multifunctional coastal protection zones. [F Ahlhorn] -- The southern coast of the North Sea is mainly protected by a single line of defence against flooding.
The traditional means for heightening. A comprehensive stock-take identified significant trends, including offshore wind development, and made practical suggestions for implementing long-term ICZM processes from the special perspective of spatial planning on the coastal zone and also pointed out a range.
The National Academy of Sciences was established in by an Act of Congress, signed by President Lincoln, as a private, nongovernmental institution to advise the nation on issues related to science and technology. Members are elected by their Long-term perspective in coastal zone development book for outstanding contributions to research.
Marcia McNutt is president. The National Academy of Engineering was established in under the. Understanding the Long-term Evolution of the Coupled Natural-Human Coastal System presents a research agenda meant to enable a better understanding of the multiple and interconnected factors that influence long-term processes along the Gulf Coast.
This report identifies scientific and technical gaps in understanding the interactions and. A National Physical Planning Perspective — the Coastal Sector 17 Ecological Considerations in Coastal Development: Perspectives of the Coast Conservation and Coastal Resource Management Department 33 Investigating the Performance of Coastal Ecosystems for Hazard Mitigation: Policy, planning and future perspectives Coasts in Crisis is a comprehensive assessment of the impacts that the human population is having on the coastal zone globally and the diverse ways in which coastal hazards impact human settlement and development.
Gary Griggs provides a concise overview of the individual hazards, risks, and issues threatening the coastal zone. ICZMP Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan IEC Information, Education and Communication NLTPS National Long-term Perspective Studies NPCS National Planning Commission Secretariat NQA Namibia Qualifications Authority Namibia Vision –.
The development-related loss of coastal land systems, related habitats, and ecosystem services continues to be most remarkable change of the coastal zone. Artificial surfaces in coastal zones have been increasing in almost all European countries. Some km 2 of new urbanized areas were created from to The annual rate of urban.
The Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER is building on the long term legacy of scientific study and ecosystem preservation that have been established by the University of Georgia Marine Institute (UGAMI) on Sapelo Island since and the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve (SINERR) established in Integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) or Integrated coastal management (ICM) is a process for the management of the coast using an integrated approach, regarding all aspects of the coastal zone, including geographical and political boundaries, in an attempt to achieve sustainability.
This concept was born in during the Earth Summit of Rio de Janeiro. Vol. 57, Nitrogen Loading in Coastal Water Bodies: An Atmospheric Perspective.
Vol. 56, Coastal Ocean Prediction. Vol. 55, Ecosystems at the Land ‐ Sea Margin: Drainage Basin to Coastal Sea. Vol. 54, Physical Processes in Lakes and Oceans.
Vol. 53, Buoyancy Effects on Coastal and Estuarine Dynamics. Vol. 52, Eutrophication in Coastal. Three years after the Indian Ocean tsunami, TRINet's focus has changed from rehabilitation to long term development of the coastal zone.
Specifically, TRINet's focus will be on providing information on coastal issues from the perspective of the coastal communities whose livelihoods depend extensively on access to coastal resources. continuing evolution of coastal protection schemes. Unfortunately, however, such is the variety of interested parties concerned with coastal issues, that effective strategic planning is hard to implement.
And yet, with such a large proportion of the world’s population living, working and playing in the coastal zone, cohesive coastal File Size: KB. Coasts in Crisis is a comprehensive assessment of the impacts that the human population is having on the coastal zone globally and the diverse ways in which coastal hazards impact human settlement and development.
Gary Griggs provides a concise overview of the individual hazards, risks, and issues threatening the coastal by: 1. economically, socially and environmentally appropriate interventions and projects in the coastal zone that improve the prospects for human development.
Background. While the districts of Ghana's coastal zone represent only about % of the land area of the country, they are home to. Coastal zone (CZ) is the region where land, ocean and atmosphere interact with each other hence it is dynamic and diverse in nature. This zone is being continually attacked by cyclones, sea level Author: Hafez Ahmad.
Vision the National Long-Term Perspective Study, Volume 1 Mauritius. Ministry of Economic Development and Regional Co-operation, National Long-Term.
New York City Zoning Resolution, three volumes including maps and dividers.($, plus $ for shipping) This edition includes all text amendments from 3/22/16 through 8/9/17, and is the first entire reprint of the Resolution since the Key Terms text amendment in February.
Implementation of Development Projects within the Coastal Zone Merchant Shipping (Oil Pollution) Act of (Act No) relates to oil pollution by merchant ships in the Malaysia.“Local communities don’t have the perspective they need to think about the greater implications of what these bans mean, for property rights, tourism, coastal access.”Author: Lori Weisberg.Book Description.
In this new and highly original textbook for a range of interdisciplinary courses and degree programmes focusing on marine and coastal resource management, readers are offered an introduction to the subject matter, a broad perspective and understanding, case study applications, and a reference source.