|Statement||by Adam Cole-King and Oliver H.King.|
|Contributions||Cole-King, Adam., King, Oliver H., World Wide Fund for Nature (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
In Alternative Ecological Risk Assessment the author, Lawrence V. Tannenbaum, provides a critical review of current practices in the ecological risk assessment field and proposes alternatives that are supported by established science and keen observation. It is hoped that this approach will pave the way to a greater understanding of what appropriate and useful ecological assessment for Cited by: 8. Chemical risk analysis. A practical handbook. Martel, B. Penton Press. Managing risk in shipping. UK P&I Club. Nautical Institute. Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas (PSSAs). IMO. Manual on Chemical Pollution - Section I – Problem Assessment and Response Arrangements. IMO. Shipping lanes are designed to confine vessel traffic to specific areas. This helps create regular traffic patterns while avoiding potentially dangerous locations (such as shoals) or culturally or environmentally sensitive areas (such as intensive hunting areas or large bird colonies). Shipping lanes also help prevent accidents, because Cited by: The County wishes to create an environmentally sensitive MDP, consistent with the sustainability principles developed by the Beaverhills Initiative (BHI). In order to develop environmentally sustainable MDP policy areas, more information was required regarding the environmental constraints and opportunities across the County as a whole.
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