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Considering Concepts and Principles of Marine Spatial Management for Sustainable Use of Marine Resources
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  • Journal title : Ocean and Polar Research
  • Volume 33, Issue 4,  2011, pp.497-506
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology
  • DOI : 10.4217/OPR.2011.33.4.497
 Title & Authors
Considering Concepts and Principles of Marine Spatial Management for Sustainable Use of Marine Resources
Lee, Moon-Suk;
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 Abstract
The rapid industrial and technological development has made the human activities for the utilization of marine resources more complex. Marine spatial management is a space-based approach. It is a comprehensive and integrated management approach. The ultimate goal of marine spatial management is the "sustainable use" of marine resources. The partial approach is applied in the existing marine spatial management, mainly coastal zones which involves integrated approach. Also this showed various limitations including restricted mostly to coastal zones, and limitation to implementation tools. However, for marine spatial management to have a reasonable approach that attaches importance to the relationship between humans and the holistic ecosystem, it is important to internalize a central principle in marine spatial management that focuses on the sustainable use of marine resources. In the present study, four central principles are proposed that will eventually be applied through marine spatial management planning tools. These principles are 1) the establishment of a cooperative decision making and planning system that is based on stakeholder participation; 2) scientific assessment of the current status and impact on the basis of ecology, sociology, and economics; 3) reasonable and optimal spatial assignment based on the forecasting of future-use characteristics and environmental changes; and 4) ascribing importance to the implementation of the results of rational planning processes.
 Keywords
marine spatial management;integrated coastal zone management;sustainable use;marine space;marine use;ecosystem-based management;
 Language
Korean
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