Community management of coastal resources, southern Thailand

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Chansnoh, P. (1993)
  • Journal: Naga, volume 16, issue 4, pages 10-12
  • Subject: Resource management, Coastal zone management, Popular participation, Fishing villages, Sociological aspects, Thailand, | Management | Fisheries
    • jel: jel:Q00

The involvement of communities with the assistance and support of government and non government organizations on the management of the coastal resources in Southern Thailand are discussed. The 3 most important resources, mangrove, seagrass and coral, create a complex coastal ecology. Several man-made activities causing the deterioration of this resources are also presented.
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