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Spatial Trends in Coastal Socioeconomics

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Spatial Trends in Coastal Socioeconomics data allows users to gain insights into socioeconomic trends in the nation’s rapidly developing coastal regions that can be used to inform decisions on conservation priorities in light of climate change. For more information, contact Digital Coast.

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