The Economic Benefits Associated with Florida's Artificial Reefs

@article{Ropicki2021TheEB,
  title={The Economic Benefits Associated with Florida's Artificial Reefs},
  author={Andrew Ropicki and Chuck Adams and Bill Lindberg and John M. Stevely},
  journal={EDIS},
  year={2021}
}
Florida has the most permitted artificial reefs in the nation. This publication presents the results of several studies to determine the economic benefits of artificial reefs. It is intended as a helpful reference for resource managers, coastal community and state government agencies, reef user groups including fishers and divers, and Extension agents. 

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