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How Gulf of Mexico communities are affected by aquaculture

Published on: 06/07/2024
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Researchers from NCCOS and the Gulf Integrated Ecosystem Assessment Program developed a suite of socioeconomic indicators to help track how communities in the Gulf of Mexico might be affected by the placement of new offshore aquaculture. Learn more: https://coastalscience.noaa.gov/news/indicators-for-tracking-impact-of-offshore-aquaculture-on-local-communities/

Sarasota Bay waterfront and John Ringling Causeway
Table of socioeconomic indicators divided into four categories: demographics, economics, fishing activity, and working waterfronts

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