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Title: National Rivers Authority September 1991 visit to Danish Coastal Authority
Author: National Rivers Authority
Document Type: Monograph
The purpose of the visit was to exchange ideas and compare technical approaches to common flood defence problems. The visit took place on an exchange basis following the visit to NRA - Anglian Region by DCA Engineer Holger Toxvig - Madsen. The Danish Coast Authority was founded in 1973 and given wide reaching powers for the co-ordination of coastal protection and development within the coastal Environment under the Danish Coast Protection Law 1988. The Danish Coast Authority (DCA) is a Government Institution serving the Ministry of Transportation and Public Works in the following: It is the technical advisory body to the Ministry on all coastal engineering matters, also dams, road bridges, tunnels, harbours and marinas for pleasure use, and beach landing stages for the inshore fishing industry.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1991
Publication Place: Bristol
Subject Keywords: PartnershipsCoastal managementCoastsErosion controlDrainage systemsLocal authorities
Extent: n.p. [210]
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