Comprehensive Spatial Data on Biological Resources and Uses in Southeastern Coastal Waters of the U.S.
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SubjectSpatial ecology--Southeastern States; Marine biodiversity conservation--Southeastern States; Coastal ecology--Monitoring--Southeastern States
This study was part of a broader initiative by the Governors’ South Atlantic Alliance to begin a comprehensive spatial management plan and provide information critical to that effort through a Regional Information Management System. The primary objectives of the SCDNR component were to develop and assemble various regional databases that provide information on the distribution and relative abundance of key biological resources and evaluate the distribution and level of activity (where relevant) of selected human uses. The purpose of this document is to provide a brief description of the GIS data layers developed by the SCDNR or assembled from other sources, and how they were analyzed.
Boynton, J. B.
Van Dolah, Robert F.
Arendt, M. D.
Reichert, M. J.
Marine Resources Research Institute (S.C.)
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