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Sea Use Planning: A Case Study of the Yellow Sea

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Title:Sea Use Planning: A Case Study of the Yellow Sea
Authors:Huang, Yunlin
Contributors:Morgan, Joseph R. (advisor)
Geography and Environment (department)
Yellow Sea
marine resource management
sea use planning
marine environmental protection
show 11 moremaritime transportation safety
marine transportation
petroleum resources
marine dumping
pollution control
ocean zones
ocean engineering
urban planning
area planning and development
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Date Issued:Dec 1993
Publisher:[Honolulu] : [University of Hawaii at Manoa], [December 1993]
Abstract:This dissertation addresses the important utility of sea use planning in dealing with transboundary marine issues such as marine living and non-living resource management, marine environmental protection, and maritime transportation safety in semi-enclosed or enclosed seas. The study uses the Yellow Sea as a special region for a detailed case study.
Theoretically, the study focuses on structuring a framework for sea use planning. Practically, it focuses on defining special marine policy and ocean zones for the Yellow Sea to protect seriously-exhausted marine fishery resources and the decreasing marine environmental quality, explore and exploit offshore petroleum resources, and guarantee the safety of maritime transportation. To avoid and reduce possible sea use conflicts is of concern and approaches to a regional cooperation are sought.
A geographical approach toward ocean management is used in this study: a geographic grid system has been devised and applied to the study for better managing the marine issues in the Yellow Sea.
Description:PhD University of Hawaii at Manoa 1993
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 292–307).
Pages/Duration:xv, 307 leaves, bound ; 29 cm
Rights:All UHM dissertations and theses are protected by copyright. They may be viewed from this source for any purpose, but reproduction or distribution in any format is prohibited without written permission from the copyright owner.
Appears in Collections: Ph.D. - Geography

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