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Watershed and coastal mapping mapbook : Utulei, Faga'alu, Fatumafuti, 2014


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Title:
Watershed and coastal mapping mapbook : Utulei, Faga'alu, Fatumafuti, 2014
Author(s):
United States, National Marine Fisheries Service
United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
Coral Reef Conservation Program (U.S.)
Corporate Name:
United States, National Marine Fisheries Service
United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
Coral Reef Conservation Program (U.S.)
Dates of Publication:
2014
Abstract:
This map book contains cartographic products derived from the American Samoa Watershed and Coastal Mapping project for Fatumafuti, Faga'alu, and Utulei villages, conducted in American Samoa in January 2014. These maps are based on information gathered through participatory mapping workshops held in each village, where participatory GIS methods were used to generate spatial data on coastal and watershed uses and characteristics. The project is intended to fill a critical information gap regarding human activities and issues relating to water quality in these coastal watersheds, which include a NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program priority watershed site, in order to better inform planning and management activities.
Keywords:
Coastal mapping
Coral reef conservation
Management
Marine resources
Watershed management
Watersheds
Place Keywords:
American Samoa
Local Corporate Name:
NMFS (National Marine Fisheries Service)
CoRIS (Coral Reef Information System)
Type of Resource:
Professional Paper
Note:
This map book contains cartographic products derived from the American Samoa Watershed and Coastal Mapping project for Fatumafuti, Faga'alu, and Utulei villages, conducted in American Samoa in January 2014. These maps are based on information gathered through participatory mapping workshops held in each village, where participatory GIS methods were used to generate spatial data on coastal and watershed uses and characteristics. The project is intended to fill a critical information gap regarding human activities and issues relating to water quality in these coastal watersheds, which include a NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program priority watershed site, in order to better inform planning and management activities.
2014
Project no. 169
NMFS (National Marine Fisheries Service)
CoRIS (Coral Reef Information System)
Library
1618
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