Coastal household and resource management

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Conference Proceeding

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Households dependent on resources in coastal areas are characterized by a diversity of interrelationships with a complex ecosystem, and decision making concerning coastal zone and fisheries management must account for these complex interrelationships if they are to adequately evaluate social impacts. The paper reviews interactions between the household and coastal resources and presents information based on research in Latin America and Southeast Asia which illustrates the important role this information can play in developing appropriate coastal resource management programs.

Publication Title, e.g., Journal

Coastal Zone: Proceedings of the Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management

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