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Integrated assessment for catchment and coastal zone management: The case of the Humber
Andrews, J.; Beaumont, N.J.; Brouwer, R.; Cave, R.; Jickells, T.; Ledoux, L.; Turner, R.K. (2005). Integrated assessment for catchment and coastal zone management: The case of the Humber, in: Vermaat, J.E. et al. (Ed.) Managing European coasts: past, present and future. pp. 323-353. dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-27150-3_18
In: Vermaat, J.E. et al. (Ed.) (2005). Managing European coasts: past, present and future. Environmental Science Series. Springer: Berlin. ISBN 3-540-23454-3. 387 pp., more
In: Environmental Science Series. Springer-Verlag: New York, more

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Keywords
    Catchment area; Coastal zone management; Environmental assessment; ANE, British Isles, England, Humberside, Humber Estuary [Marine Regions]; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Andrews, J.
  • Beaumont, N.J., more
  • Brouwer, R.
  • Cave, R.
  • Jickells, T.
  • Ledoux, L.
  • Turner, R.K.

Abstract
    In the context of the Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC), EU Member States are required to introduce water quality objectives for all water bodies, including coastal waters. Given the impact of catchment fluxes on coastal water quality, decision-making at the catchment scale is essential. This chapter investigates the use of integrated assessment as an overall decision-support process and toolbox in the Humber estuary.

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