Home > Explore Data & Reports > National Coral Reef Monitoring Program: Socioeconomic surveys of human use, knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions in Hawaii from 2014-11-11 to 2014-11-26 (NCEI Accession 0161545)

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Edwards, P., J. Loerzel, A. Levine, M. Gorstein, and M. Dillard. 2017. National Coral Reef Monitoring Program: Socioeconomic surveys of human use, knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions in Hawaii from 2014-11-11 to 2014-11-26 (NCEI Accession 0161545). NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. Dataset.

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NCEI Data Archive Accession

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The data in this file comes from a survey of adult residents in Hawaii. The survey was conducted for a random stratified sample of households on the islands of Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai in Hawaii in the year 2014. These data were collected to record baseline human dimensions information and socioeconomic characteristics of Hawaii?s coral reef adjacent populations such as human use patterns, management support/opposition, and knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions of coral reefs/coral reef management. These baseline data are being used as a starting point for socioeconomic monitoring of Hawaii?s coral reefs. Data were collected through the telephone random digit dial survey method, and the total sample size for this survey was 2,240 with a response rate (number of complete interviews divided by the number of eligible reporting units in the sample) of 1.5% and a cooperation rate (proportion of all cases interviewed divided by all eligible units ever contacted) of 28.6%.

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