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A critical evaluation of selected shoreline management tools
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    University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation, ; Virginia, Council on the Environment, ; United States, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management,
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    Executive summary -- Introduction -- Methodology -- Evaluation of selected management tools -- Summary and conclusions -- References.

    "Virginia coastal localities have available to them a variety of potential land use tools and techniques to manage nonpoint water pollutants. This report reviews and critically evaluates a selective set of techniques against four key criteria: 1) technical effectiveness (at reducing nonpoint water pollutants); 2) political acceptibility; 3) administrative cost and complexity; and 4) ease of enforcement. Each technique is reviewed and assigned a low, moderate, or high rating based on these criteria. A summary table is provided at the end of the report."--Executive summary.

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    Funding: Office of Ocean and Coastal Resources Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.;
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