By Hubert-Jean Ceccaldi, Yves Hénocque, Yasuyuki Koike, Teruhisa Komatsu, Georges Stora, Marie-Hélène Tusseau-Vuillemin
The fifteenth Franco-Japanese Symposium of Oceanography “Marine productiveness, Perturbations and Resilience of Socio-Ecosystems,” prepared by way of the long-standing companions Société franco-japonaise d'Océanographie de France and Société franco-japonaise d'Océanographie du Japon, reviewed the affects of usual (storms, typhoons, earthquakes, tsunamis, etc.) and man-made (pollution, constructions in coastal components, aquaculture, tourism, activities, diving, etc.) perturbations inflicted on coastal and marine environments. The Symposium tested the resilience of affected socio-ecosystems in addition to governance responses for those global/local environments.
This booklet collects forty three chosen papers, written by means of specialists from a number of universities and examine institutes in either international locations. It addresses the wishes of marine sciences researchers (natural and social sciences), decision-makers and coastal sector managers, and different stakeholders fascinated about coastal and marine socio-ecosystems.