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Integrated coastal zone management: policy issues, approaches and research priorities: a working paper prepared for the Environmental and Natural Resources Policy and Training (EPAT) Project, US agency for International Development
Over the last several decades, Malaysia has experienced rapid industrial growth and urbanization, characterized by high levels of resource exploitation. Much of this development has occurred within the coastal
Building capacity for fisheries research and policy: lessons learned from the Asian fisheries social science research network
The Asian Fisheries Social Science Research Network (AFSSRN) was a long-term effort to build social science research capacity for fi sheries and marine resources in Southeast Asia. The history of the Network is reviewed. ...
A research framework for coastal fisheries co-management institutions
Type: Journal Article
The article highlights objectives and activities of ICLARM's research project on co-management featuring the first step of the project which is the development of a research framework for coastal fisheries co-management ...
Fisheries co-management: a worldwide, collaborative research project
There is a need for rapid and substantial evolution of existing fisheries management systems in developing countries to support sustainable resource use. it is unlikely that local communities can accomplish this change on ...