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Title: Tanzanian Coastal and Marine Resources: Some Examples Illustrating Questions of
Authors: Francis, J.
Bryceson, I.
ASFA Terms: Coastal zone
Marine resources
Issue Date: May-2000
Publisher: IUCN
Citation: Lessons Learned: Case Studies in Sustainable Use, Chapter 4 : p. 76-102
Abstract: The coast of Tanzania is characterised by a wide diversity of biotopes and species, typical of the tropical Indowest Pacific oceans, and the peoples living there utilise a variety of its natural resources. Because of the extent of the diversity and variety, several different examples are used by this study to elucidate the complexity of issues and multiplicity of management responses related to use of coastal and marine resources. It emerges that coastal management requires an integrated cross-sectoral approach to address the wide array of interrelated issues involved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/760
Related document: http://www.iucn.org/themes/sustainableuse/docs/ll/...
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