Consequences of the Deep Dredging Megaproject on the Socio-Ecological System of the Guadalquivir Estuary, Spain
The resources of the Guadalquivir estuary have been managed in recent decades by a sectorial, uncoordinated and short-term planning process, resulting insignificant damage to ecosystems and therefore to the benefits they are able to provide to society. To ensure the sustainability of these resources a territorial view of the estuary is necessary as a point of departure to understand the constant interaction between social and natural systems. The aim of this essay, therefore, is to link the Guadalquivir estuary to the socio-ecological context, as well as to analyze the consequences that sectorial and uncoordinated planning has on the system, as is the case with the deep dredging megaproject.
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