Special Management Area Planning in Mississippi's Coastal Zone: The Port Bienville Experience

by Gary J. Cuevas, Mississippi Dep of Wildlife, Conservation, Bureau of Marine, Resources, Long Beach, MS, USA,
Dickie H. Walters, Mississippi Dep of Wildlife, Conservation, Bureau of Marine, Resources, Long Beach, MS, USA,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Coastal Zone '85

Abstract:

In Mississippi, the key state agency charged with the responsibility for coastal wetland protection is the Bureau of Marine Resources, a sub-division of the Department of Wildlife Conservation. At the other end of the spectrum are private firms, entrepreneurs and public development agencies. The primary objectives of these entities are increased economic growth and development to produce jobs and income; thereby contributing to the nation's economic well-being.



Subject Headings: Economic factors | Coastal management | Private sector | Ports and harbors | Aquatic habitats | Wildlife | Wetlands (coastal) | Rivers and streams | Mississippi | Mississippi River

Services: Buy this book/Buy this article

 

Return to search