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Ningaloo Cluster Project 3: Social and economic assessment of tourism along the Ningaloo coast: a dynamic modelling approach

Australian Ocean Data Network
Beckley, Lynnath (Point of contact) Brooker, Michelle (Point of contact) Davis, John (Point of contact) Gazzani, Flavio (Point of contact) Holliday, David (Point of contact)
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The project will deliver a dynamic model of Ningaloo incorporating socio-economic, and load implications of tourism that can be integrated with an ecological model of the region. The study will involve the collection and processing of socio economic data from tourists and the host communities of Exmouth, Coral Bay and Carnarvon.

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Statement: Original record compiled for the Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI), Project 3.8, 2008. Originally sourced from several databases compiled by WA DEC Marine Science Branch of projects relevant to the marine parks of WA. Variable metadata information was available.

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David Wood
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Michael Hughes
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Karen Schianetz: The University of Queensland (UQ)
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Marg Deery: Victoria University (VU)
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Liz Fredline: Griffith University
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Larry Dwyer
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Ray Spurr: The University of New South Wales (UNSW)
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Tod Jones: Curtin University of Technology
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Karin Schianetz: The University of Queensland (UQ)

Modified: 06 2008

Data time period: 2006 to 2009

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114.19,-21.66 114.19,-23.61 113.5,-23.61 113.5,-21.66 114.19,-21.66

113.845,-22.635

text: westlimit=113.5; southlimit=-23.61; eastlimit=114.19; northlimit=-21.66

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