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Integrated Information Management System for coastal and marine environment : Guide to establishing IIMS

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The Integrated Information Management System for Coastal and Marine Environment (IIMS) is a desktop database application, which manages a relational database of environmental data. IIMS will provide timely data recording and updating of information for management and technological intervention, and to facilitate data sharing via the Internet. 
This Guide to Establishing IIMS provides an easy-to-follow instruction and user manual for environmental managers involved in integrated coastal management (ICM) and pollution hotspot sites of PEMSEA. It is a generic guide, and users are advised to make modifications according to local situations. The intention is not to prescribe ways but help system coordinators, administrators and data collectors on establishing IIMS.
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