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A process for coastal resource management and impact assessment
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A  process for coastal resource management and impact assessment
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    Coastal Environments, Inc ; Louisiana, State Planning Office, ; Louisiana Coastal Resource Program ; ... More ▼
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    "This report is directed toward a broad audience. It is presented as a management handbook for elected and appointed officials, citizens, and private sector interests which may not be professionally involved in planning. It is also directed to professional planners at the state, regional, and local levels as a way of approaching some unique planning problems of the Louisiana coastal zone ... The objectives of the report are to: 1) Present a background for understanding resource management 2) Present an overview of naturally occurring and manmade physical conditions that may be encountered in the Louisiana coastal area 3) Present a practical procedure for developing a local coastal resource management program 4) Present a systematic approach to resource management 5) Present an approach to assessment of onshore impacts resulting from Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) energy-related resource development."--Page 5.

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    Funding: U.S. Department of Commerce.;
    Funding: Louisiana State Planning Office.;
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