Participatory GIS to inform coral reef ecosystem management: Mapping human coastal and ocean uses in Hawaii

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The category “culturally significant activities,” was included in the initial list for West Hawaii, but project participants and organizers decided not to create final maps for this category given the challenges involved in mapping it (discussed in Section PGIS as a method for mapping human coastal and marine activities: Scale and appropriateness). W. Craig, T. Harris, D. Weiner (Eds.), Community participation and geographical information systems, Taylor and Francis, New York, London (2002), pp. 357–366 Incorporating fishermen’s local knowledge and behavior into Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for designing marine protected areas in oceania Human dimensions of the ecosystem approach to fisheries: An overview of context, concepts, tools and methods M. Poffenberger (Ed.), Keepers of the forest: Land management alternatives in Southeast Asia, Ateneo de manila University Press, Manila (1990), pp. 119–133 ,in: J.E. Waddell, A.M. Clarke (Eds.), The state of coral reef ecosystems of the United States and pacific freely associated states: 2008, NOAA technical memorandum NOS NCCOS 73, NOAA/NCCOS Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment’s Biogeography Team, Silver Spring, MD (2008), p. 569 Towards participatory geographic information systems for community-based environmental decision making Of intractable conflicts and participatory GIS applications: the search for consensus amidst competing claims and institutional demands W. Craig, T. Harris, D. Weiner (Eds.), Community participation and geographic information systems, Taylor and Francis, London and New York (2002), pp. 270–282 W. Craig, T. Harris, D. Weiner (Eds.), Community participation and geographical information systems, Taylor and Francis, London and New York (2002), pp. 173–191 Seeking good governance in participatory-GIS: a review of processes and governance dimensions in applying GIS to participatory spatial planning Geo-information tools for participatory spatial planning: fulfilling the criteria for ‘good’governance? Assessing participatory GIS for community-based natural resource management: claiming community forests in Cameroon Making sense of human ecology mapping: an overview of approaches to integrating socio-spatial data into environmental planning K.B. Ghimire, M.P. Pimbert (Eds.), Social change and conservation: Environmental politics and impacts of national parks and protected areas, Earthscan Pulications Ltd., London (1997), pp. 297–330 What makes a “successful” marine protected area? The unique context of Hawaii’ s fish replenishment areas Spatial organization of environmental knowledge: conservation conflicts in the inhabited forest of northern Thailand Incorporation of spatial and economic analyses of human-use data in the design of marine protected areas State of Hawaii (Ed.), Hawaii coral reef Strategy: Priorities for management in the main Hawaiian islands (2009) Honolulu, HI Collaborative engagement of local and traditional knowledge and science in marine environments: a review Enhancing participation: experiences of participatory geographic information systems in Shanxi province, China W. Craig, T. Harris, D. Weiner (Eds.), Community particiaption and geographic information systems, Taylor and Francis, London and New York (2002), pp. 3–16 A Hawaiian term referring to traditional land and sea divisions in Hawaii, which generally encompassed the entire watershed and waters offshore, acknowledging the linked nature of human actions upstream and in the ocean. The project was an inter-agency collaborative effort involving representatives from multiple NOAA Offices (the Pacific Islands Regional Office, Pacific Services Center, Marine Protected Areas Center, and Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center), as well as the Hawaii State Division of Aquatic Resources. Complete definitions for each use are available in the final map books created for each project site. The final products for West Hawaii are available at: http://marineprotectedareas.noaa.gov/dataanalysis/hi_coastal_use/, and for West Maui at: http://www.hawaiicoralreefstrategy.com/index.php/westmaui#West_Maui_Coastal_Use_Mapping_Project. Source. Here you can find a full bse of Vector Maps of England in Adobe Illustrator.”

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