Glaeser, Bernhard and Glaser, Marion ORCID:, eds. (2023) Coastal Management Revisited: Navigating towards Sustainable Human-Nature Relations. . Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, 297 pp. ISBN 978-1-5275-9267-4

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The book presents an overview and historic perspectives of a novel scientific field coming of age today: coastal and ocean management. It covers diverse and changing issues, ranging from conflict resolution to governance and ethical-political imperatives, natural disasters and climate change, culminating in coastal and ocean typologies, the basis for a future theory of coasts and oceans. Eighteen chapters, written by two main authors in cooperation with international experts, review 25 years of research. The authors address challenges to society related to global change issues that have been generated by human activity in both temperate (Sweden, Germany and the United States) and tropical regions (Brazil, Indonesia). Ultimately, the book documents the maturation of a field and responds to changing societal needs and scientific outlooks. It gathers recent analyses along with important earlier research, with a foreword by Biliana Cicin-Sain and Richard Delaney, globally renowned as coastal and ocean experts in theory and practice.

Document Type: Book
Programme Area: PA3
Research affiliation: Social Sciences > Social-Ecological Systems Analysis
Date Deposited: 22 Feb 2023 09:41
Last Modified: 22 Feb 2023 09:41

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