1 edition of Managing marine conflicts found in the catalog.
Managing marine conflicts
|Statement||guest editors: J.C. Johnson, R.B. Pollnac.|
|Series||Ocean and shoreline management -- vol. 12, no. 3|
|Contributions||Johnson, J. C., Pollnac, Richard B.|
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The management of marine resources is a politically and culturally driven process, shaped by human livelihoods and perceptions, where notions of both space and place shape policies and decision-making in fundamental ways.
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conflict or, much more frequently, are used to fuel a conflict. Paul Collier, an expert on the economics of civil war, estimates that close to fifty armed conflicts active in Managing marine conflicts book a strong link to natural resource exploitation, in which either licit or illicit exploitation helped to trigger, intensify, or sustain violence.
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List guidelines. This list of ongoing armed conflicts identifies present-day conflicts and the death toll associated with each conflict.
The guidelines of inclusion are: Armed conflicts consists in the use of armed force between two or more organized armed groups, governmental or non-governmental alike.
Potential conflicts arise between the northern goshawk and the Mexican spotted owl, two species of avian predators, when the U.S. Forest Service attempts to manage habitat for one or the other in areas where both species occur.
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