| West Maui Coastal Uses Participatory Mapping Project : human uses map book : results from participatory coastal use mapping workshops, Honolua-Wahikuli Region, West Maui, Kaunoa Center, Lahaiana, August 10-13th, 2011 - :906 | Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP)
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West Maui Coastal Uses Participatory Mapping Project : human uses map book : results from participatory coastal use mapping workshops, Honolua-Wahikuli Region, West Maui, Kaunoa Center, Lahaiana, August 10-13th, 2011
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    2012
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West Maui Coastal Uses Participatory Mapping Project : human uses map book : results from participatory coastal use mapping workshops, Honolua-Wahikuli Region, West Maui, Kaunoa Center, Lahaiana, August 10-13th, 2011
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    Coral Reef Conservation Program (U.S.)
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    "This map book contains cartographic products derived from the West Maui Human Coastal Use Mapping project conducted at the Kaunoa Senior Center in Lahaina, Maui from Thursday, August 10th to Saturday, August 13th, 2011. Data was obtained through a participatory GIS workshop designed to gather spatial data on human uses of the coastal and nearshore marine environment adjacent to the Honolua to Wahikuli watersheds, in western Maui. The project was intended to fill a critical information gap regarding the spatial distribution and intensity of human activities in the Hawaii Coral Reef Strategy priority site in order to better inform coastal and marine planning and management activities. This effort was undertaken as a partnership between multiple NOAA line offices, including the Pacific Islands Regional Office (PIRO), the Pacific Services Center (PSC), the Office of Coastal Resource Management (OCRM), the Coastal Services Center (CSC) and the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC), working together with the Hawai'i Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR). Primary funding for the project is from NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program, with in-kind support from Hawaii State Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR), NOAA partner offices, and the Kaunoa Senior Center. Mapping results were processed by NOAA's Pacific Services Center (PSC). A total of 47 workshop participants, as well as facilitators from NOAA and DAR, were involved during the three workshop days. Participants were selected based on their familiarity with a wide rage of locations across West Maui and their expertise in the various human uses and activities occurring in this region. They represented a wide range of overlapping backgrounds relating to marine resources: resource stewards, fishermen, tourism industry experts, watermen/women, natural resource managers, educators, cultural practitioners, scientists, residents, and local business owners"--Introduction.

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