Marine and Coastal Spatial Planning

Coastal and marine spatial planning or marine planning is a science-based tool that regions can use to address specific ocean management challenges and advance their goals for economic development and conservation. Just as federal agencies work with states, tribes, local governments, and others to manage forests, grasslands, and other areas, they also can use marine planning to coordinate activities among all coastal and ocean interests and provide the opportunity to share information. This process is designed to decrease user conflict, improve planning and regulatory efficiencies, decrease associated costs and delays, engage affected communities and stakeholders, and preserve critical ecosystem functions and services.

  • Marine policies
  • Mangrove Forest Management
  • Investigations of seashore deposits
  • Geography And Remote Sensing
  • Conservation in Marine Eco systems
  • Consideration of natural life forms

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