Coastal Recreation Management: The Sustainable Development of Maritime Leisure

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Tim Goodhead, David Johnson
Taylor & Francis, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 332 pages
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The maritime environment includes both the water resource of the terrestrial coast, and estuarine and coastal inshore waters. This book, for undergraduate students and those training in the field, relates the need to manage water-based leisure activities with the need to manage the maritime environment on which they depend.
 

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Contents

Maritime Leisure Jenny Anderson
3
The Need for Leisure
23
Wind Waves and Tides
43
Limitations for Coastal Recreation Helen Pickering
69
Water Quality and Pollution Sue Lewey
93
Planning and the Provision of Marine Recreation
115
Small Craft Equipment Operation and Organizations
141
Sea School Management Tim Goodhead
161
Marinas and Yachting Tim Goodhead Nicholas Kasic
181
Commercial Harbour Operations and Recreation
201
A Comparison with Inland Waters
225
Regional Strategies for Coastal Recreation Tim Badman
247
Coastal Management Plans David Johnson
273
Legislation or SelfRegulation Ian Harris Zelda Hill
297
Summary
323
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