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Managing multiple uses of our oceans

Fulton, B, Smith, T, Sainsbury, K and Haward, M ORCID: 0000-0003-4775-0864 2017 , 'Managing multiple uses of our oceans', in B Mapstone (ed.), Oceans: Science and Solutions for Australia , CSIRO Publishing, Clayton South VIC, pp. 149-157.

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Abstract

Australia is a nation that loves the sea. Coasts, and oceans more broadly, are important as loci of human activity and attract many competing human users, often with conflicting objectives. Little of the oceans is completely untouched by human influences, although most human activities are concentrated along coastlines. Near-shore waters also are where most ocean production and food webs are concentrated.

Item Type: Book Section
Authors/Creators:Fulton, B and Smith, T and Sainsbury, K and Haward, M
Keywords: oceans and coastal management, integrated management
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
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