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29 September 2020 Development Mode of Japanese Marine Industry and its Referential Value
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Yu, Y., 2020. Development mode of Japanese marine industry and its referential value. In: Al-Tarawneh, O. and Megahed, A. (eds.), Recent Developments of Port, Marine, and Ocean Engineering. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 110, pp. 129–132. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

Ocean is a treasure trove containing a huge amount of natural resources. As land resources are reducing dramatically and the exploitation is becoming increasingly difficult, in recent years, the vast ocean has become an important support for the survival and development of mankind, and the marine industry has flourished as well. Based on marine ecological economics and sustainable development theory, this paper expounds the composition of the economy-ecology-society system of the marine industry, adopts basic principles of statistics to conduct a quantitative analysis on the development mode of Japanese marine industry, and reflects on its referential value. The research results show that the overall coordination of the economy-ecology-society system of the Japanese marine industry is in a good state. The Japanese marine industry is quite successful in terms of marine development mode and management methods; however, it still lacks a comprehensive management system to deal with issues such as the coastal ecological environment problem, etc. Through the reflection of the development mode of Japanese marine industry, this paper provides a reference for the development of marine economic and ecological theories, which is of certain referential value for the formulation and implementation of the marine industry development strategy in China's coastal areas.

©Coastal Education and Research Foundation, Inc. 2020
Yao Yu "Development Mode of Japanese Marine Industry and its Referential Value," Journal of Coastal Research 110(sp1), 129-132, (29 September 2020).
Received: 4 April 2020; Accepted: 26 April 2020; Published: 29 September 2020

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