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With over four billion people living in coastal areas and numbers growing rapidly the need to understand and appreciate the issues involved in managing these areas is critical. Coastal areas are one of the most dynamic global environments and are being constantly re-shaped by both natural processes and the demands of economic development. They have both economic and environmental value and are consequently areas where conflicting demands create the need for complex management and planning strategies. With the increasing threat of rising sea levels, the demand for the sustainable management of coastal areas will become even more critical.

With over four billion people living in coastal areas and numbers growing rapidly the need to understand and appreciate the issues involved in managing these areas is critical. Coastal areas are one of the most dynamic global environments and are being constantly re-shaped by both natural processes and the demands of economic development. They have both economic and environmental value and are consequently areas where conflicting demands create the need for complex management and planning strategies. With the increasing threat of rising sea levels, the demand for the sustainable management of coastal areas will become even more critical.

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