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Uso del borde costero en el mar interior de la región de Aysén y de Los Lagos: escalas e interacción de los procesos de pesca y acuicultura
Molinet, C.; Arévalo, A.; Díaz, M.; Díaz, P. (2008). Uso del borde costero en el mar interior de la región de Aysén y de Los Lagos: escalas e interacción de los procesos de pesca y acuicultura, in: Lovatelli, A. et al. (Ed.) (2008). Estado actual del cultivo y manejo de moluscos bivalvos y su proyección futura. factores que afectan su sustentabilidad en América Latina. Taller Técnico Regional de la FAO, 20-24 de agosto de 2007, Puerto Montt, chile. FAO Actas de Pesca y Acuicultura, 12: pp. 237-247
In: Lovatelli, A.; Farías, A.; Uriarte, I. (Ed.) (2008). Estado actual del cultivo y manejo de moluscos bivalvos y su proyección futura. factores que afectan su sustentabilidad en América Latina. Taller Técnico Regional de la FAO, 20-24 de agosto de 2007, Puerto Montt, chile. FAO Actas de Pesca y Acuicultura, 12. FAO: Rome. ISBN 978-92-5-306115-0. 359 pp., more
In: FAO Actas de Pesca y Acuicultura. FAO: Roma. ISSN 2071-1026, more

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  • Molinet, C.
  • Arévalo, A.
  • Díaz, M.
  • Díaz, P.

Abstract
    Coastal areas are a highly demanded resource for economic activities such as fisheries,aquaculture, tourism, port services and other activities which require sustainable development and management. In Chile, the management and territorial use of the coastal areas has been promoted by the creation of the National Commission of Coastal Zone Use with the participation of several governmental institutions. The principal
    objectives of this Commission are to ensure the sustainable use of the national coastal zone and support a zoning process. Economic activities carried out along the coastal zone of Chile are regulated by several laws and ministries, under the overall coordination of the Commission. On the other hand, activities such as benthic fisheries (including bivalve molluscs) and aquaculture have clear competitive interactions with other coastal users,
    which must be considered in any zoning process. This paper describes some elements that affect coastal zone use, with particular reference to benthic fisheries and aquaculture, their intra and inter specific relationship and their effect on natural benthic organisms (including bivalves) in southern Chile. Finally the author encourages the promotion of a joint management process through feedback between parties engaged in bivalve aquaculture and the management of natural resources.

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