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Coastal systems and sustainable development in Africa. Proceedings of a UNESCO regional seminar on human impacts on coastal ecosystems, their response and management problems ROSTA, Nairobi, 5-9 April 1993
(1995). Coastal systems and sustainable development in Africa. Proceedings of a UNESCO regional seminar on human impacts on coastal ecosystems, their response and management problems ROSTA, Nairobi, 5-9 April 1993. UNESCO Reports in Marine Science = Rapports de l'Unesco sur les sciences de la mer, 66. UNESCO: Paris. vii, 187 + annexes pp.
Part of: UNESCO Reports in Marine Science = Rapports de l'Unesco sur les sciences de la mer. UNESCO: Paris. ISSN 0253-0112, more

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  • Oyieke, H. A. (1995). Distribution ecology and the impact of human activities on some Gracilaria species of the Kenya coast, in: Coastal systems and sustainable development in Africa. Proceedings of a UNESCO regional seminar on human impacts on coastal ecosystems, their response and management problems ROSTA, Nairobi, 5-9 April 1993. UNESCO Reports in Marine Science = Rapports de l'Unesco sur les sciences de la mer, 66: pp. 139-147, more

Abstract
    The UNESCO Regional Office for Science and Technology in Africa (ROSTA) has compiled, within this issue of UNESCO Reports in Marine Science, various scientific papers presented during the Regional Seminar on Human Impacts on Coastal Systems, their Responsee and Management Problems, held at ROSTA (United Nations Office, Gigiri, Nairobi, Kenya) from 5 to 9 April 1993.The objectives of the Seminar, convened within one year of UNCED's adjournment, were inter alia: to bring together a selected group of scientists to exchange ideas and to discuss their achievements, problems and future strategies; to recommend measures aimed at mitigating adverse human impacts in order to improve the balanced co-existence of coastal populations and marine ecosystems; to contribute to the further promotion of marine science and management of the coastal zone in the region by the publication of the Seminar's proceedings, as well as to give added impetus to objectives and relevant conclusions of UNCED.

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