volume 11, issue 1, P9-22 2009
DOI: 10.3755/jcrs.11.9
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Abstract: Coral reef functions provide ecological, social and economic benefits to coastal communities. Thus, the role of linkage between ecological and socioeconomic information is increasingly recognized in the decisionmaking process of sustainable coral reef management. Under the circumstances, socioeconomic value of coral reefs among coastal communities, namely Akajima Island, was evaluated. For the evaluation, a questionnaire survey was conducted with the local people. The result shows that most of the local people…

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