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CSI info 15

Monitoring Beach Changes as an integral component of coastal management

Final report of the project on Institutional strengthening of beach management capabilities in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States and the Turks and Caicos Islands

by Gillian Cambers

 

Photo credits: Gillian Cambers

Design and layout: Micheline Turner

Web version: Claire Blackburn

 

Foreword
Table of contents
Executive summary
1 Introduction
2 Objectives and terms of reference
3 Methodology
4 Results of the beach-monitoring capacity-building activities 
5 Issues arising from the workshops on 'Wise Coastal Practices for Beach Management'
6 Discussion: beach-monitoring activities and integrated coastal management
7 Conclusions and recommendations
References
Appendices

Cooperation Agreement
Caribbean Development Bank and UNESCO (GA 82/R)
(UNESCO project 707RLA40)

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UNESCO, 2003. Monitoring beach changes as an integral component of coastal management. Final report of the project on: Institutional strengthening of beach management capabilities in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States and the Turks and Caicos Islands. CSI info 15, UNESCO, Paris, 90 pp.
website: http://www.unesco.org/csi/pub/info/mon.htm

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