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Évaluation des modes de gestion des cordons dunaires domaniaux au regard des attentes liées à la multifonctionnalité exigée

Abstract : In France, National sand dunes management started in the XIXth century, with the need to fix the sand threatening villages. Today, management is lead to allow the dune to meet human expectations. We can quote, as main functions expected, hinterland protection, biodiversity preservation and the public reception. This study tries to know to what extent national sand dunes management meet dunes multifunctionality expected by society. The goal is to build a tool to assess different ways of management from ONF (Office national des forêts), in relation with the three functions of the dunes (quoted before), in order to adapt them to society expectations. We built an evaluation grid thanks to the literature, professionals of coastal management interviews and application tests. After a first experimentation of this grid on a bundle of 82 dunes portions, we can say that in most cases, local management allows to have best results than expected. It’s difficult to say if one of the management way is better than another. To draw final conclusions of this study, there would be some points of the evaluation grid to change and this grid should be applied to all the national sand dunes from the Atlantic coast.
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Camille Gillet. Évaluation des modes de gestion des cordons dunaires domaniaux au regard des attentes liées à la multifonctionnalité exigée. Ecologie, Environnement. 2015. ⟨dumas-01254995⟩

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