2006 年 22 巻 p. 33-38
Objective setting for an environmental restoration project and its processes are reviewed to apply adaptive management to the tidal flat at Tokuyama-Kudamatsu Port in the Seto Inland Sea. This project is carried out as one of the leading projects for The Restoration Plan on Marine Environment in the Seto Inland Sea, established by Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and Fisheries Agency in 2005.
In this case study, monitoring and feedback program during and after the project has been proposed. In the program implementation, various stakeholders interested in the project shall share its goal and participate in the program. Since the goal that cannot be evaluated quantitatively is often set conceptually, it is broken down to several clear targets with quantitative success criteria, which are easy to measure and to manage.