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Coastal resource use and management in a village of northern Vietnam

Le, Thi Van Hue.

Coastal resource use and management in a village of northern Vietnam

a thesis

by Le, Thi Van Hue.

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Published by Shaker Pub. in Maastricht .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Giáo Lạc (Vietnam),
  • Vietnam,
  • Giáo Lạc,
  • Giáo Lạc.
    • Subjects:
    • Natural resources -- Vietnam -- Giáo Lạc -- Management.,
    • Mangrove forests -- Vietnam -- Giáo Lạc -- Management.,
    • Marine resources development -- Vietnam -- Giáo Lạc.,
    • Coastal zone management -- Vietnam -- Giáo Lạc.,
    • Giáo Lạc (Vietnam) -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementsubmitted by Le Thi Van Hue.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC444.Z65 L42 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 260 p. :
      Number of Pages260
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3374046M
      ISBN 109042302445
      LC Control Number2004462153
      OCLC/WorldCa56794303

      Applying the Resource Management Domain (RMD) concept to land and water use and management in the coastal zone: case study of Bac Lieu province,Vietnam Article Jul If the management rights for all of this unallocated forest were transferred to communities, a total of m hectares could be brought under community management, or about 25% of Vietnam’s total forest area. 2. HISTORY The collectivization policies of the s established agricultural co-operatives in the villages of northern Vietnam.

      learning about and communicating aquatic resource-use systems. Aquatic resources management includes the concentration and capture of wild fish, rural aquaculture and foraging for aquatic resources such as crabs, prawns, snails, insects, aquatic plants, etc. in paddies and other water bodies. An interactive map of Vietnam with all my guides, posts, articles, reviews, and videos marked on it, including direct links from the map to all my content. The Vietnam Coracle Map will help readers navigate the content on my website, in order to get to the information they are looking for. Continue reading →.

      the other. Because mangroves in Vietnam are classified as protection forest, they cannot be allocated to households or communities through the regular “r ed book” process. In Thanh Hoa, CARE used a community-based approach with a management board overseeing community planting, maintenance, and management of mangroves.   Although Northern Vietnam gets fewer visitors than Ho Chi Minh City and the coastal cities in the south, this is a region of the country not to be missed. Not only is the region home to Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital, it is also where you’ll find breathtaking bays, stunning rice .


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