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Title: Ireland's Ocean Economy and Resources
Authors: O'Connor, J.
O'Leary, J.
Shields, Y.
Keywords: Aquaculture
Economics
Fishery industry
Marine resources
Marine transportation
Mineral industry
Oil and gas industry
Recreation
Resource development
Seaweeds
Ship technology
Tourism
Trade
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Marine Institute
Citation: O'Connor, J., O'Leary, J. & Shields, Y., 'Ireland's Ocean Economy and Resources', Marine Institute 2005
Series/Report no.: Marine Foresight Series;4
Abstract: Although virtually all of Ireland's trade is by sea, and around 80% of the population live in coastal counties, Ireland's marine resource can more truthfully be described as an under-developed resource, or an under-utilised national asset. It contributes approx. 1% of Ireland's GNP - a much lower proportion than in most other maritime countries. Looking at it another way, Ireland's ocean economy - a well-kept national secret - is a wealth of opportunity, waiting to be discovered. This briefing document sets out to provide a profile of Ireland's ocean economy, and explain why, and how, the country should be seeking to develop its maritime resource in the coming years.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10793/98
ISSN: 1649-590X
Appears in Collections:Marine Foresight Series

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