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Title:Advances in Coastal Ecology: People, processes and ecosystems in Kenya
Authors:Hoorweg, J.
Muthiga, N.
Year:2009
City of publisher:Leiden
Publisher:African Studies Centre
Geographic term:Kenya
Discipline:Environment
Subjects:Fisheries
Mangroves
Resources - management of
Environment - rehabilitation
Abstract:The coastal population of Sub-Sahara Africa is increasing rapidly but coastal zones are fragile environments that are easily disturbed and easily damaged when overexploited. There is need for carefully thought-out management of resources to realize both environmental sustainability and potential socio-economic benefits. This is the fourth volume in a series of conference proceedings on the ecology of the Kenyan Coast, since 1997. These meetings serve as a forum for the exchange of information among scientists, students, policy makers, development agency staff and government officers. This volume contains seventeen papers that were presented at the Coastal Ecology Conference in Mombasa in 2006 with sections on fish and fisheries, mangroves, conservation and management, and ecosystem rehabilitation. (Source: Author Abstract).
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