Integrated management in coastal lagoons of highly complexity environments: Resilience comparative analysis for three case-studies
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Knowledge AreaIngeniería e Infraestructura del Transporte
PublisherElsevier Science Ltd.
Bibliographic CitationGarcía-Ayllón, S., Integrated management in coastal lagoons of highly complexity environments: Resilience comparative analysis for three case-studies, Ocean & Coastal Management (2016), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2016.10.007
Integrated lagoon management
Enclosed coastal seas are usually high environmental value territories that are located, in many cases, indeveloped countries often subjected to a large catalog of anthropic activities such as tourism, agricultureor industry. These more difficult to manage cases are precisely those that require more complexmechanisms to both diagnose their needs as well as to implement measures that allow the cohabitationbetween existing activities and the preservation of the natural values of these territories.This article analyzes the link between the lagoon and such activities from a multidisciplinary approach.This new perspective is raised toward implementing integrated analysis methodologies using indicatorsthat determine global diagnostics capable of being compared from one lagoon to another in differentparts of the world. To this end, a comparative study has been developed of three highly complex caseslocated in three different continents: the Salton Sea in America, the Mar Menor in Europe and the ...
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