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Historical Annotations

  • Frank Ahlhorn
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Part of the Wasser: Ökologie und Bewirtschaftung book series (WÖW)

Abstract

Despite the fact that the use and to some extent the “management” of the coastal zone started long time ago it is not easy to set a starting point for the beginning of integrated coastal zone management. For example, in the late nineteenth century in Northern Germany civil engineers started to draw plans for the straightening and deepening of river channels – see Franzius (1888/1991). Many years before, men started to build dikes and to reclaim land from the sea and rivers to enhance the territory of emperors and simultaneously the fertile area to be used by peasants (Kramer and Rohde, 1992, van de Ven, 1993).

Keywords

Coastal Zone Environmental Impact Assessment Reporting Period Coastal Zone Management Integrate Coastal Zone Management 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Frank Ahlhorn
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  1. 1.Küste und Raum - Ahlhorn & Meyerdirks GbRVarelGermany

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