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Key words: Individual component, esturine, human dwellings, eco-system, industrial activity and biological.
1. It is emphasized that conservation plan of beaches and adjacent area including areas within the tidal reach should have proper policy backing in the direction of protection, rehabilitation and management.
2. Beaches and mangrove formations as-a-whole are vulnerable to changes drastically at certain segments. They have been indicated with a view to take early steps for correctives to be implemented.
3. Encroachment in varied forms is not uncommon all along the coastal Karnataka. The human dwellings and their unregulated activity along the No Activity Zone' have reached a stage to tell upon the quality of beaches and the estuariene banks supporting mangroves.
4. Loss of biomass along the beaches and mangrove habitats should be compensated by afforestation. This will help the locals to get their fuel needs and concurrently conservation of beach and mangrove zone.
5. Unregulated human dwellings, agricultural operations, fish farming are detrimental for conservation practices and they create repercussions and lead to the impoverishment of beaches and mangrove ecosystems and their destruction.
6. Aqua farming has become a seasonal affair in the coastal Karnataka. Their dual role is in producing paddy during monsoon and prawn farming during non-monsoon months. This regular practice has created saline lands to a certain extent.
7. Publicity and awareness among the locals has to be initiated by audio-visual methods to emphasise the importance of natural settings in their day-today life and conservation of the quality of beaches and mangroves.
8. Local people must be made to understand that by protective devices they will have the chance to get assured supply of fuel or fodder, which they can plan for.
9. Coastal areas selected or released for varied special purposes like tourism, afforestation, park system, fishing harbours, offshore disposal of industrial effluents should be notified to prevent their use for any other purposes than earmarked.
10. The responsibility for the beach management be placed at village level and the working procedures to be co-ordinated by a committee chaired by the Distrcit Administration and associated by Ecology and Environment, Forest, Revenue, water resources, Rural Development and Panchayath Raj, Fisheries, Agricutural and Public Works departments, local environmentalists. The maintenance of the quality of the beaches should be the responsibility of the local authorities with close links with the officials of the zilla Parishad.
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