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Outdoor Recreation and Public Perceptions of Presc...

NCCOS scientists define ecosystem services value broadly as social, cultural, and economic benefits provided by natural resources and ecosystems to people. Conserving coastal places provides both monetary and non-monetary benefits ...

Outdoor Recreation in Coastal Virginia

Taskinas Creek, a small tributary of the York River (Virginia). Credit: NOAA. Understanding who visits coastal and marine areas and why is crucial for natural resource managers. However, this information ...


Big Data Provides Big Insights in York River Recre...

Cartop boat launch pier at Machicomoco State Park (Credit: Sarah Gonyo) Outdoor recreation is important for improving quality of life, well-being, and local economies, but quantifying its value without direct ...

StoryMap Highlights Climate Adaptation Responses o...

Homes on New Hampshire’s seacoast protected by a seawall. Credit: Heidi Duncan, 2016 Rising Tides Coastal Adaptation Workgroup Photo Contest, People's Choice Award. NCCOS scientists have published a story map ...

Scientists Use Land Use, Demographics Data to Mode...

The NOAA National Status and Trends Program (NST) monitors and characterizes the nation’s coastal waters at risk of contamination by anthropogenic inputs. NCCOS social scientists further characterize and model relationships ...


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