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Citation:

Gorstein, M., M. Dillard, J. Loerzel, P. Edwards, and A. Levine. 2016. National Coral Reef Monitoring Program Socioeconomic Monitoring Component. Summary Findings for South Florida, 2014. NOAA Technical Memorandum CRCP 25. Silver Spring, MD. 57 pp. doi:10.7289/V5VH5KV5

Data/Report Type:

NOAA Technical Memorandum

Description

This technical memorandum presents the findings from the initial South Florida NCRMP socioeconomic data collection. The report presents preliminary social indicators and provides examples of how indicators can be used to analyze changes over time in a long term setting. The main objective is to lay the groundwork for combining and comparing socioeconomic variables with a goal of developing meaningful indicators that can be used to examine trends in human dimensions of coral reef resources and better understand human influences on effective coral reef conservation. It should be noted that this report presents information that, in many instances, is being collected for the first time. In all instances, the information represents baseline socioeconomic data for the NCRMP. Some of the variables presented in this report identify gaps in information, and we provide suggestions on how these gaps can be addressed in the future”–Purpose of this report.

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