Date of Award
Master of Arts in Marine Affairs
The coastal zone of Israel is facing an ever-growing pressure of varied and conflicting land uses. Spreading urbanization, from Nahariya in the north to Ashkelon in the south, gnaws agricultural areas; the needs for commercial ports and industrial plants stand in conflict with recreational uses of the seashore and, as described before, the natural conditions of land shelf structure, topography and climate, are favourable for both industry and residence so that the narrow stretch of the coastal zone attracts more and more of them.
Professorsky, Sophia, "The Mediterranean Coast of Israel: A Planner's Approach" (1973). Theses and Major Papers. Paper 146.