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Training Manual: Coastal Management and Conservation

Applications in the Mediterranean region

Edited by Elisabeth Conrad and Louis F Cassar

With contributions by Louis F Cassar, Elisabeth Conrad, Charles Galdies and Stephanie Vella

vii + 67 pages. 2007.

ISBN: 978-99909-44-34-1

Training Manual
The multi-faceted nature of the coastal environment poses varied challenges to those involved in its management. This didactic publication provides broad introductory overviews of key concepts and techniques relevant to coastal management, including conservation strategies, ecosystem management, stakeholder involvement and participation, landscape ecology, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), environmental economic instruments, and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), amongst others.
 

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