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Title: 地域沿岸域管理の提案 : 沿岸域における利用者の価値実現
Authors: 敷田, 麻実
Keywords: coastal zone management
circuit model
user-based management
Issue Date: 2002-10
Publisher: 地域漁業学会
Magazine name: 地域漁業研究
Volume: 43
Number: 1
Start page: 19
End page: 40
Abstract: The coastal zone is a complex natural system consisting of a marine and a terrestrial environment. It is used excessively by a variety of coastal users because of its important resources and its unique environment. Thus, the need for successful coastal zone management arises. However, there is no best solution for users involved in the coastal zone because the goals of coastal zone management vary for all users and the authorities concerned. A large number of attempts have been carried out in many coastal states to build optimal coastal zone management. Nevertheless, little attention has been given to why and how a successful coastal zone management has developed in a particular region or district. Therefore, this study attempts to analyze the development of regional coastal zone management system based on several case studies carried out in Japan. Several development stages are observed and their characteristics are described. The author also proposes "a circuit model" that explains transformational changes in management system by focusing on knowledge creation. The model can provide a useful evolutionary design for adaptive management by introducing, transforming and creating knowledge autonomously. The author believes that the model can be a unique and useful tool for designing a local coastal zone management system.
Rights: 本著作物は地域漁業学会の許可のもとに掲載するものです。This material is posted here with permission of the Japan Regional Fisheries Society. Copyright (C) 2002 地域漁業学会. 敷田麻実, 地域漁業研究, 43(1), 2002, pp.19-40.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/16957
Material Type: publisher
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