Coastal Management

coastal zone is the interface between the land and water. These zones are important because a majority of the world's population inhabit such zones. Coastal zones are continually changing because of the dynamic interaction between the oceans and the land. Coastal management is defence against flooding and erosion and techniques that allow erosion to claim land. Any activity taking place in the coastal zone, which has a specific purpose. It includes Management for nature conservation, Management of recreational activityHabitat and species restoration.  Coastal management will be aimed primarily at local government, which is responsible for managing large areas of public coastal land and beaches, and preserving the qualities and amenity that make many of these areas so precious. State Government, Traditional Owners, national and state marine park managers, port authorities, and operators who manage specialist areas of the coast and tidal water, will also find the policies and supporting information useful in guiding management decisions about activities and resources in the coastal zones.

  • Sustainable Use Of Resources
  • Biodiversity Conservation
  • Ecological Restoration
  • Shoreline erosion protection
  • Climatic Change and Coastal Infrastructure
  • Coastal Water Quality Management
  • Structural And Soft Engineering Technique

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