Coastal Ocean Space Utilization III by R.B. Abel, S. Connell, N. Della Croce

By R.B. Abel, S. Connell, N. Della Croce

Bobbing up out of The 3rd foreign Symposium held in New Jersey, this ebook represents the cutting-edge in ocean administration. From the Baltic to the Caribbean, from the Adriatic to the Atlantic, the issues of ocean administration are absolutely mentioned, and recommendations made to satisfy the demanding situations of the following decade. This e-book may be of enormous curiosity and use to an individual operating in coastal and ocean administration and is a useful paintings reference.

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To reconcile economic development with the protection of marine resources, specific projects will be formulated (in agreement with competent authorities) for a) Support in the form of compatible fishing methods b) Reorganization of access channels and safety of traffic c) Compatibility of nautical/pleasure-craft activities d) Starting up of an ecological vessel for marine monitoring 4. To improve marine-coastal utilization, projects will be developed for a) Quantity-quality adaptation for efficiency of purifiers b) Maintaining efficiency of purifiers c) Development of sea transport as an alternative and integration of coast system d) Improvement of tourist and leisure activities through (1) (2) (3) (4) Creation of nautical berths other than marinas Creation of pedestrian and bicycle ways Temporary receptivity Culture and practice of marine activities VARIOUS REGIONAL ACTIVITIES IN PROGRESS AND DECISIONS AWAITING THE “ENVIRONMENT PROJECT” The proposal of the so-called “environment project” will not die from benign neglect because it is being implemented in an area which is already involved with various activities to be developed and reformed.

Agreement with the Ministry of Merchant Navy for Marine Ecosystem and Eutrophication Monitoring This agreement, whose administrative steps are now being completed, was signed by the Ministry of Merchant Navy and the Regional Council. It provides for a three-year survey to monitor the marine ecosystems involved and the area’s eutrophication. This agreement stems from Art. 3 of Law Act n. 1982, which sets forth that “oceanographic, chemical, biological, microbiological and commodity-related data and any other information required to fight against all forms of pollution, to manage coastal areas and to protect marine resources also from an ecological point of view” should be collected.

2. Monitor waters to control eutrophication through samplings at 500 and 3,000 m from the shore. Sampling will be performed from transects located in the proximity of polluting sources such as harbors, canals, rivers, or coastal settlements identified in the territory. 3. Monitor bivalves by sampling mollusks as indicators of coastal water pollution levels, with particular reference to the following parameters: total and fecal coliform count, fecal streptococci, salmonella, mercury, cadmium, and highmolecular-weight chlorinated hydrocarbons.

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