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Perspectives in coastal-dune-management towards a dynamic approach
Wanders, E. (1989). Perspectives in coastal-dune-management towards a dynamic approach, in: van der Meulen, F. et al. (Ed.) Perspectives in coastal dune management: proceedings of the European Symposium Leiden, September 7-11, 1987 The Netherlands. pp. 141-148
In: van der Meulen, F.; Jungerius, P.D.; Visser, J. (Ed.) (1989). Perspectives in coastal dune management: proceedings of the European Symposium Leiden, September 7-11, 1987 The Netherlands. SPB Academic Publishing: Den Haag. ISBN 90-5103-025-8. 334 pp., more

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Document type: Conference paper

Keywords
    Utility functions; Marine

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  • Wanders, E.

Abstract
    Modern management plans should take into account the restoration and/or development of natural processes rather than protect stable spatial structures or patterns in a landscape. This kind of process-management' should form the framework within which utility functions of the terrain are to be evaluated and allocated. The dynamic approach has consequences for the size of reserves, the required management expertise and for physical planning.

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