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Title: Pressures on the Nigerian Coastal Zone: Its Environmental need for Sustainable Resources
Authors: Umana, U.A.
ASFA Terms: Coastal zone
Environment management
Issue Date: Oct-2000
Citation: Sustainable Development of Coastal Zones and Instruments for its Evaluation. International Conference Oct. 22-27, 2000. Bremershaven, Germany. p. 174-177
Abstract: A coastal zone contains a range of natural envionments that man uses in different ways to provide a variety of goods and services. Some of these goods (e.g. oil and gas, fish and mangrove wood) and services (e.g. recreational values of beautiful beaches) are tangible and marketable. Other such as nutrient flows, waste reception and stabilization functions are less tangible.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/348
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