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Unravelling Persistent Problems to Transformative Marine Governance
Frontiers in Marine Science
Coasts are dynamic socio-ecological systems, subject to increasing anthropogenic pressures that present complex challenges for the design of effective coastal and marine governance systems. There are many contributing factors to the unsustainability of the marine environment, including weak governance arrangements. Typically, the management of coastal and marine ecosystems is undertaken in a fragmented way, with responsibilities dispersed across a number of bodies. 'Integrated management' isdoi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00213 fatcat:cxhjwssyl5bovfjigfksjjaqle