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ARTICLES Systematic Review of Recent Social Indicator Eﬀ orts in US Coastal and Ocean Ecosystems (2000–2016) Victoria C. Ramenzoni and David Yoskowitz ABSTRACT: Aft er Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina, governmental organizations have placed the development of metrics to quantify social impacts, resilience, and commu- nity adaptation at the center of their agendas. Following the premise that social indica- tors provide valuable information to help decision makers address complex interactions between people and the environment, several interagency groups in the United States have undertaken the task of embedding social metrics into policy and management. While this task has illuminated important opportunities for consolidating social and behavioral disciplines at the core of the federal government, there are still signifi cant risks and challenges as quantifi cation approaches move forward. In this article, we dis- cuss the major rationale underpinning these eff orts, as well as the limitations and con- fl icts encountered in transitioning research to policy and application. We draw from a comprehensive literature review to explore major initiatives in institutional scenarios addressing community well-being, vulnerability, and resilience in coastal and ocean resource management agencies. KEYWORDS: governance, ocean and coastal resources, policy, resilience, social indicators, vulnerability Th e demand for
Environment and Society – Berghahn Books
Published: Jan 1, 2017
Keywords: governance;ocean and coastal resources;policy;resilience;social indicators;vulnerability
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