Close to one-half of all Americans live in coastal counties. The resulting flood of wastewater, stormwater, and pollutants discharged into coastal waters is a major concern. This book offers a well-delineated approach to integrated coastal management beginning with wastewater and stormwater control.
The committee presents an overview of current management practices and problems. The core of the volume is a detailed model for integrated coastal management, offering basic principles and methods, a direction for moving from general concerns to day-to-day activities, specific steps from goal setting through monitoring performance, and a base of scientific and technical information. Success stories from the Chesapeake and Santa Monica bays are included.
The volume discusses potential barriers to integrated coastal management and how they may be overcome and suggests steps for introducing this concept into current programs and legislation.
This practical volume will be important to anyone concerned about management of coastal waters: policymakers, resource and municipal managers, environmental professionals, concerned community groups, and researchers, as well as faculty and students in environmental studies.
Table of Contents
|2 KEY ISSUES RELATING TO WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER MANAGEMENT||53-73|
|3 INTEGRATED COASTAL MANAGEMENT||74-87|
|4 THE PROCESS||88-154|
|5 BENEFITS, BARRIERS, SOLUTIONS, AND IMPLEMENTATION||155-174|
|A THE ROLE OF NUTRIENTS IN COASTAL WATERS||177-202|
|B MICROBIAL PATHOGENS IN COASTAL WATERS||203-230|
|C TRANSPORT AND FATE OF POLLUTANTS IN THE COASTAL MARINE ENVIRONMENT||231-294|
|D ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR CONTROLLING COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL...||295-393|
|E POLICY OPTIONS AND TOOLS FOR CONTROLLING COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL WATER QUALITY||394-430|
|F BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES||431-442|
|G CONTRIBUTORS TO THE COMMITTEE||443-450|
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