NEW MSP-LSI RESEARCH PAPER HAS BEEN PUBLISHED: COASTAL EROSION DRIVEN LAND-SEA INTERACTIONS IN MARITIME SPATIAL PLANNING - A CASE OF BULGARIA

Published: Thursday, 02 December 2021 Print Email

JCC Paper 2021

We are happy to announce, that Center for Coastal and Marine Studies (CCMS) in collaboration with Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines (PSDS), Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC, USA has published a new peer reviewed research paper: Coastal erosion driven Land-Sea Interactions in Maritime Spatial Planning - a case of Bulgaria. The article has been published online first in the Journal of Coastal Conservation (Springer Nature), Special Issue: Sustaining coastal and marine environments in the Anthropocene.

The publication has been a result of the MARSPLAN-BS II project collaboration (2019-2021), Cross-border Maritime Spatial Planning for Black Sea - Bulgaria and Romania, funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund of the European Union via European Commission, DG MARE, Agreement number: EASME/ EMFF/2018/1.2.1.5/01/SI2.806725.

CCMS is leading the activity on Land-Sea Interactions. The paper provides a detailed investigation with specific focus on coastal erosion driven Land-Sea Interactions as a case study in the Shabla Municipality, North Bulgarian Black Sea coast, where the highest rates of the cliff erosion occur.

The paper aims to increase the knowledge and understanding of coastal erosion driven Land-Sea Interactions issues in Shabla Municipality using the best available data, and to utilise the best obtained results in coastal management and Maritime Spatial Planning, towards mitigation measures of coastal erosion impacts. This approach and the tested protocols are also applicable to other coastal change assessments in Bulgaria.

More info can be find on https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11852-021-00841-4

Hits: 705

This Site Uses COOKIES! Read legal notice