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The Human Uses team set out to:

1. Examine patterns of human uses of the marine environment in and around the Marine Futures study locations, and how these uses have changed over time;

2. Review the major perceived drivers of change in human uses of the marine environment;

3. Identify users’ ecological knowledge and socially derived narratives about the health of the marine environment; and

4. Identify users’ perceptions of major issues regarding the sustainable use of the marine environment.

They did this by collating an extensive literature review on existing information then conducting semi-structured interviews with long-term users of the marine environment. For more information on the key findings, please see the final report: Human Use_Marine Futures.

Study areas include Abrolhos Islands, Jurien Bay, Rottnest Island, Capes / Geographe Bay, Broke Inlet, Mt. Gardner, Point Ann, Middle Island.

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Key features of the study design were:

1) A three year, intensive study focusing on the Marine Futures case study areas;

2) Collecting and analysing primary data, and collating and analysing secondary data;

3) Trialling and then refining a sophisticated methodology for human use and value studies related to the marine environment;

4) Developing detailed accounts of human uses and values of the case study areas. This included users’ understanding of how the marine environment has changed over time and the probable drivers of change;

5) Obtaining the views of users of the marine environment on key management priorities.

Created: 24 02 2009

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114.805,-32.295

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118.205,-35

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123.325,-34.035

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