Search for dissertations about: "coastal communities"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 59 swedish dissertations containing the words coastal communities.

  1. 1. Towards Collaborative Coastal Management in Sri Lanka? : A study of Special Area Management planning in Sri Lanka's coastal region

    Author : Ingegerd Landstrom; Bo Malmberg; Erik Westholm; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : Social and economic geography; participation; partnership; local governace; coastal management; natural resource management; community; coastal zone; coastal region; Hikkaduwa; Sri Lanka; Kulturgeografi;

    Abstract : This thesis is concerned with the efforts to bring about a greater degree of local community participation in the use and management of Sri Lanka's coastal land and natural resources. Through the application of the Special Area Management (SAM) strategy in geographically distinct areas along the coast, the aim is to create collaborative arrangements - partnerships - that will enable coastal communities and local governments to work together with the Sri Lankan state and share responsibility and authority over the management of coastal land and natural resources. READ MORE

  2. 2. Patterns of small-scale coastal fisheries and local fisheries management in Tanzania : adaptation to a changing climate

    Author : Mathew Ogalo Silas; Martin Gullström; Hans W. Linderholm; Mattias Sköld; Patrick Polte; Christina Hicks; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; Small-scale fisheries; tropical coastal seascape; nearshore-offshore linkages; coastal ecosystems; fish catch landings; communities; adaptation; climate change; fishing overfishing; Marine Ecotoxicology; marin ekotoxikologi;

    Abstract : Coastal habitats like mangroves, seagrass meadows, coral reefs, and adjacent offshore waters constitute an important part of the tropical coastal seascape. They provide conducive environmental conditions for fish and other marine animals, which serve as food and income for coastal communities around the world. READ MORE

  3. 3. Coastal Communities on the Move : House and Polity Interaction in Southern Ostrobothnia 1500 BC-AD 1

    Author : Peter Holmblad; Karin Viklund; Henrik Asplund; Umeå universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Community archaeology; Settlement archaeology; Landscape archaeology; Environmental archaeology; House society; Local polity; Bronze Age; Pre-Roman Iron Age; Subsistence practices; Habitation practices; Political economy; Ostrobothnia; Finland; Archaeology; North European; Arkeologi; nordeuropeisk; Archaeology; arkeologi;

    Abstract : This work attempts to seek new insights in understanding the archeological phenomena traditionally labelled as the western Bronze Age and the coastal Pre-Roman cultures of Finland (1500 BC-AD 1), by studying the phenomena from a socioeconomic interaction and practice oriented community perspective. The basic line of thought is that it was the everyday life of the local agents and their interactions that constituted the local communities. READ MORE

  4. 4. Biotic interactions in fish and mysid communities : studies in two Baltic coastal areas

    Author : Sture Hansson; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES;

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  5. 5. Fish in the coastal seascape : exploring ecological processes and connectivity for conservation of temperate fish communities

    Author : Thomas Staveley; Martin Gullström; Mats Björk; Regina Lindborg; Emma Jackson; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; seascape ecology; landscape ecology; seagrass; marine habitats; fish; spatial analysis; connectivity; conservation; Sweden; temperate; Marine Ecology; marin ekologi;

    Abstract : The need to understand patterns and processes in the marine environment has never been so profound as today, particularly as anthropogenic pressures upon coastal regions are drastically affecting habitats and species across a vast range. One approach to further understand these patterns and processes is through the use of seascape ecology methods. READ MORE