Coastal management



Coastal Case Studies

Research case studies provide real examples of how coastal issues have been identified and addressed. While each issue is individual to each place and the stakeholders, these case studies may give general guides as to the various ways that applied research may provide solutions. 

Tasmania: Derwent Estuary Program

Building institutional capacity to utilise and transfer science into decision-making is a challenge in contemporary coastal zone management. There are fundamental limits, mostly imposed by time and human capacity, to incorporating even the most appropriate and well-targeted science into policy development and planning and management decisions.

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