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Sustainable Management of Scarce Resources in the Coastal Zone Abu Kir Bay, Alexandria. M. El Raey; Samir Nasr and Omran Frihy. Site Location. Resources. Physical Tourism, Land and underwater Archeology, ecotourism Agricultural, Food and fisheries International road

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sustainable management of scarce resources in the coastal zone abu kir bay alexandria

Sustainable Management of Scarce Resources in the Coastal ZoneAbu Kir Bay, Alexandria

M. El Raey; Samir Nasr and Omran Frihy

resources
Resources
  • Physical
  • Tourism, Land and underwater Archeology, ecotourism
  • Agricultural, Food and fisheries
  • International road
  • Natural gas and Industrial harbor
problems
Problems
  • Shortage of services for residential areas
  • Lack of institutional capability for monitoring and pollution control
  • Shortage of urban services, solid waste management and wastewater treatment and disposal facilities
  • Estuarine Sedimentation
  • Low awareness among population and local decision makers
  • High unemployment rates
  • Interference of land use
  • Marine industrial pollution
  • Water logging and water bogging
  • Fertile Soil removal
  • Climate change
  • Radioactive sediments
approach
Approach

Planning an ICZM program through:

  • Monitoring by remote sensing and ground based techniques and identifying hot pollution spots.
  • Identifying and assessing changes in the area by high resolution imageries
  • Building and analysis of a GIS for the region (topography, layers of vegetation and types, wetland, aquaculture, archeology, residential, industrial installations, land based pollution sources…)
  • Putting forward an integrated coastal zone management plan for development and identifying suitable areas for tourism projects.
  • Carrying out a strategic environmental assessment of the plan.
  • Promoting and communicating the study as a pilot study that can be replicated at other similar areas along the coast.
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