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Evolutions in estuary governance? Reflections and lessons from Australia, France and New Caledonia

Daniell, Katherine; Plant, Roel; Pilbeam, Victoria; Sabinot, Catherine; Paget, Nicolas; Astles, Karen; Steffens, Ruben; Barreteau, Olivier; Bouard, Severine; Coad, Peter; Gordon, Anna; Ferrand, Nils; Le Meur, Pierre-Yves; Lejars, Caroline; White, Ian


Estuaries are cradles of life for the communities who live around and within them. They are valued in multiple ways for the services they provide to humans, including food production, recreation, water purification, navigation and amenity. Various groups of stakeholders all place different importance on these values, how their needs and practices interact, and what it means to effectively manage an estuary towards a range of desirable goals. This typically creates value conflicts over how...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2020
Type: Journal article
Source: Marine Policy
DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2019.103704


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