Demographic baseline report of U.S. territories and counties adjacent to coral reef habitats
Kristen M. Crossett, Christopher G. Clement, Steven O. Rohmann, United States. National Ocean Service
U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service, 2008 - Nature - 65 pages
This report is a compilation and synthesis of information from existing sources, focusing on recent demographic, economic, and population projection variables of resident populations in U.S. jurisdictions adjacent to coral reef habitats. Variables reported on include: population and density, population and adjacent coral reef habitat, gender, age, place of birth, race/ethnicity, language, education, income, employment, housing, development and tourism.
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