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Coastal resources management in Indonesia: legal and institutional aspects
- This research explores legal and institutional aspects of fisheries and coastal resources management. The analysis is based on the principles of integrated fisheries management which includes seven key management factors: (1) information systems; (2) natural resources assessment; (3) natural resources allocation; (4) natural resourcesutilization and protection; (5) process of production; (6) marketing; and (7) MCS (monitoring control and surveillance) systems. This study includes three locations, namely Ameth Village (Nusa Laut Island), Sulamu Village (Kupang Bay) and Kampung Laut (Segara Anakan). Findings indicate that fisheries and coastal resources management in Indonesiais not yet effective. Laws, regulations and policies have been issued by the Government of Indonesia as legal basis for developing marine fisheries management.
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