Nursery Culture of Scallop Seed in a Recreational Marina
This paper describes nursery culture seed in a recreational marina....

Coastal Zone Management for Saman√° Bay: Integrating Community Needs
Samana Bay is the third most important breeding destination for migrating, endangered North Atlantic humpback whales, site of some of the largest remaining mangrove habitats in the Caribbean...

The Diversification of a Louisiana Coastal Community
Up until about 1984 coastal communities in Louisiana were blessed with a rich and growing economic base primarily centered around oil and gas exploration and production. Complementing...

Coastal Planning for Recreation in Denmark along the North Sea Coast
The aim of this article is to describe the background for and planning of the nearshore areas along the Danish North Sea coast, especially on the basis of the high recreational value of...

Commercial Fisheries and Water Dependent Recreations: Conflict and Cooperation
The present status and the regimes of commercial fisheries and water dependent recreations in Japan mainly focused on sport fishing, and the recent development of coordination schemes...

Development of Offshore Breakwaters for the Marine Multipurpose Zone Project
Under these circumstances, the ministry of construction of Japan has launched the marine multipurpose zone (MMZ) project,and is promoting the effective use of seashores facing the open...

Environment for Tourism Promotion in Fishing Ports and Villages
To encourage healthy tourism, fishing ports and villages must offer an attractive and pleasant environment, In addition, areas must be provided where visitors can interact with local residents....

A Study of the Water Environment Improvement about Fishing Villages
In recent years water pollution has become a serious problem in anchorage and other sea areas, as a result of residential waste water from hinterland fishing communities of fishing ports,...

A Study on Fishing Port Structures in Harmony with Fishery Environment
We have reported on the concept of environmentally productive fishing port structures along the coastline of Japan ('91 LONGBEACH). In this paper we present a field model experiment on...

Retrofitting a Detention Facility for Improved Quantity Control
Historically, detention facilities in the U.S. were first designed, constructed and operated for the single purpose of flood control. This led to a second phase, in which recreation and...

Protected Streamflow and Water Uses
The development of protected-streamflow standards is essential for the most desirable and equitable use of stream waters for aquatic habitats, municipal and industrial water supply, and...

Hydropeaking versus Recreation and Environment-The Power Economic Impacts of the Glen Canyon Trade-off

Initial Planning and Implementation of the Telluride Gondola Transit System
Construction on the first phase of a gondola transit system began in the summer of 1992, with the goal of connecting the town of Telluride, Colorado with the Telluride Mountain Village,...

Water Management Plan for Lake Okeechobee
Lake Okeechobee is a large, natural freshwater lake in Southern Florida with a drainage area of about 5,650 square miles. The Corps of Engineers operates and maintains project works on...

Women's Perspectives on Fishing Port Improvement
This research analyses the roles of women in fishing, and attempts to identify current inadequacies in fishing port and village development as related to women's lifestyles. Suggestions...

Use of MARPOL ANNEX V Reception Facilities and Disposal Systems at Selected Gulf of Mexico Ports, Private Terminals and Recreational Boating Facilities
A 1991 survey conducted by the Sea Grant College Programs at Texas A&M Univ and Louisiana State Univ of selected Gulf of Mexico public ports, private terminals and recreational...

On the Ecology and Sustainability of Penaeid Shrimp (Coastal) Fishing in Nigeria
The Nigerian coastline which is about 850-km long is indented with lagoon systems in the West, extensive mangrove swamp and a delta complex (Niger delta) which opens to the sea through...

Man on the Black Sea Coast
The studies of sea coasts have been attracting considerable interest of scientists working on various theoretical and practical problems. This particular zone has been a long-standing...

Pointe Mouillee: a 4600-acre Multiple Purpose Habitat Constructed and Restored in Western Lake Erie, USA
Pointe Mouille, part of a Michigan Wildlife Management Area, is the site of a major restoration project funded and constructed in the late 1970's by the US Army Corps of Engineers and...

Dam Modification for Recreational Boating

 

 

 

 

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