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Integrated Coastal Zone Management for Coral Reefs

Decision Support Modeling (World Bank Technical Paper)

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Published by World Bank Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental & ecological science,
  • Environmental science,
  • Geography,
  • Industrial quality control,
  • Management of land & natural resources,
  • Coastal Ecology,
  • Decision Support Systems (Engineering),
  • Science,
  • Nature,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Wildlife,
  • Engineering - Industrial,
  • Life Sciences - Ecology,
  • Case studies,
  • Coastal zone management,
  • Coral reef conservation,
  • Coral reef management,
  • Decision making,
  • Integrated coastal zone management

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWorld Bank (Corporate Author), Kent Gustavson (Editor), Richard M. Huber (Editor), H. Jack Ruitenbeek (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11416664M
    ISBN 100821346288
    ISBN 109780821346280

    Perform Environmental Impact Assessments EIAs of all development projects in the terrestrial and aquatic sections of the coastal zone. Therefore, a special and distinct management methodology is required, such as ICZM. Influences such as river systems, may reach far inland increasing the complexity and scale of the zone. Google Scholar Cross-references.

    New York: Routledge. To achieve the principles set out in sustainable types of management a step by step process can be adhered to. Coastal Planning and Management. Cyanobacteria do not have skeletons, and individuals are microscopic.

    The ecosystem approach greatly increases the alignment in management objectives between fisheries and reef conservation, potentially allowing for a collaborative approach with a shared focus on building reef resilience. The ICZM Protocol is a unique legal instrument in the entire international community and the Mediterranean countries are proud of this fact. ICZM Framework[ edit ] Management must embrace a holistic viewpoint of the functions that makeup the complex and dynamic nature of interactions in the coastal environment. These problems may include sea transport, shared fisheries, cross-border pollution transport, multi-country endangered species. Because these control functions typically involve only the fishery sector, they can be handled separately.


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Integrated Coastal Zone Management for Coral Reefs book

Integration within ICZM occurs in and between many different levels, 5 types of integration that occur within ICZM, [6] are explained below; Integration among sectors: Within the coastal environment there are many sectors that operate. Google Scholar Cross-references.

Integrating the needs of coastal ecosystems, humans and natural processes can result in a successful MPA Network plan. Integration among levels of government: Between levels of governance, consistency and co-operation is needed throughout planning and policy making.

Ocean and Coastal Management, 93— It also has a strong focus on incorporating uncertainties, variability, and predicted changes into fisheries management. Google Scholar 8. Programme initiation for ICZM is usually in response to a perceived use conflict, a severe decline in a resource, or a devastating experience with natural hazards.

It provides institutional and legal framework, focuses on environmental planning and management, coordinates various concerned agencies to work together towards a common objective. Integrated in this way, a multi-sector approach could jointly guide the activities of the key economic sectors under an effective coastal planning and management system.

United Nations Environment Programme. FAO have identified the following principles for EAFM: Fisheries should be managed to limit their impact on the ecosystem to the extent possible.

Such reserves are a necessary component of coastal resource stewardship. Together they ensure the maintenance of a healthy resource base upon which to build sustainable development.

Proceedings of the International Conference on Coastal Change. In India, remote sensing data, especially Indian Remote Sensing IRS data, having moderate m to high spatial resolution 6 mhave been used to generate database on various components of coastal environment of the entire country.

Coasts being dynamic in nature are influenced differently all around the world. EAFM involves a precautionary approach that encompasses the whole system, rather than being driven by a simple goal of maximizing harvest of a target species.

Once the issues and problems have been identified and weighted, an effective management plan can be made. The iterative science-policy engagement between CZMAI and NatCap helped determine: What ecosystem services are delivered now and under future scenarios?

Snedaker and C. Each year the central Mediterranean celebration is organised in a different country, while other countries organise their own events.

MSP should be an ongoing, iterative process that includes stakeholder participation which leads to management outcomes. EAFM explicitly integrates the broader set of fisheries-related benefits derived from the ecosystem into management considerations, including other — often conflicting — uses of marine resources.

Other groups, such as the Bryozoa have been important interstitial organisms, living between the framework builders.

Jokiel, P. The major advantage of remote sensing data is monitoring of change periodically. Quarry, J. Tangible objectives of ICZM include, for example, supporting fisheries, protecting the community from storm ravages, attracting tourists, promoting public health, maintaining yields from mangrove forests, preserving coral reefs.Many reefs result from natural, abiotic processes— deposition of sand, wave erosion planing down rock outcrops, etc.—but the best known reefs are the coral reefs of tropical waters developed through biotic processes dominated by corals and coralline algae.

Coral reef management in Belize: an approach through Integrated Coastal Zone Management Article (PDF Available) in Ocean & Coastal Management 39(3) · July with Reads. The most threatened regions are Europe with 86 per cent and Asia with 69 per cent of their coastal ecosystems at risk.

According to the World Bank, human impacts on coasts and oceans have destroyed 20 per cent of mangroves, 30 per cent of sea grass beds and 20 per cent of coral reefs. iv Integrated Coastal Zone Management of Coral Reefs: Decision Support Modeling Foreword Everything should be as simple as possible, but not simpler.

– Albert Einstein Coral reefs are sometimes referred to as “canaries of the sea” because of their early warning ability to show near-shore oceanic stress. Because of their biological diver. Integrated Coastal Management plans: guidelines for Pacific Island countries and territories / James Comley and Julien Rochette 1.

Coastal zone management — Oceania. 2. Coastal ecology — Oceania. 3. Coral reefs and islands — Oceania. 4.

Integrated Coastal Zone Management, Belize

Coastal engineering — Oceania. 5. Environmental policy — Oceania. 6. Climatic changes. Integrated Coastal Zone Management of Coral Reefs:Decision Support Modeling: Chapter Chapter 1 - Integrated Coastal Zone Management in theTropical Americas and the Role of Decision Support Models.

Integrated coastal zone management

Chapter 2 - Local Needs and Interventions for Management of Coral Reefs in the Developing Tropical Americas—The Montego Bay Marine Park Case Study.