Interactions between human communities and estuaries in the Pacific Northwest: Trends and implications for management

@article{Huppert2003InteractionsBH,
  title={Interactions between human communities and estuaries in the Pacific Northwest: Trends and implications for management},
  author={Daniel D. Huppert and Rebecca L. Johnson and Jessica E. Leahy and Kathleen P. Bell},
  journal={Estuaries},
  year={2003},
  volume={26},
  pages={994-1009}
}
This paper explores social, and economic aspects of coastal communities crucial to the management of estuaries in the Pacific Northwest. These aspects include the changing demographics and economies of coastal communities, and the public perceptions, attitudes, and values pertaining to estuarine ecosystems. Information from Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor in Washington and Tillamook, Yaquina, and Coos Bays in Oregon shows that the coastal communities are growing more slowly than the states overall… 
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