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Economic analysis and profile of the Oregon coastal zone

Oregon. Coastal Conservation and Development Commission. Special Economic Study Team.

Economic analysis and profile of the Oregon coastal zone

by Oregon. Coastal Conservation and Development Commission. Special Economic Study Team.

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Published by The Commission in [Florence, Or.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oregon.
    • Subjects:
    • Coastal zone management -- Oregon.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesEconomic survey and analysis of the Oregon coastal zone.
      Statementprepared by Special Economic Study Team of the Oregon Coastal Conservation and Development Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT393.O7 O74 1974
      The Physical Object
      Pagination459 p. in various pagings :
      Number of Pages459
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4857693M
      LC Control Number75622962

      This book assesses the dimensions of our scientific knowledge as it applies to environmental problems in the coastal zone. The volume contains 10 papers that cover different aspects of science, management, and public policy concerning the coastal zone. Brian Blankespoor works in the Development Economics Data Group, World Bank. His work includes the production of geospatial (GIS) data and the development of methodological improvements.

      The Oregon Coastal Program’s expertise and support of coastal hazard planning efforts is highly valued by state agencies and local governments. The Office for Coastal Management recommends the coastal program continue its important efforts to better prepare Oregon for existing and future coastal hazards. The Coastal Zone is defined here as the area extending from the Washington border to the California border, between the crest of the coast range, and three miles out to sea. The State of Oregon is a major landowner in its own coastal zone. O acres of forests, parks and estuaries are managed by state agencies.

        The Washington-Oregon coastal zone is a classical Eastern Boundary Current region. The area is extremely productive, the productivity dependent on near-shore infusions of nutrients into surface layers during wind-driven coastal upwelling. The Washington-Oregon coastline is much more regular than areas off California or off the East Coast, where. Conducting work on the Oregon State Parks Economic Contribution Analysis project for the Oregon Coast, Columbia Gorge, and Willamette Valley Regions. This includes additional cleaning of data, as.


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Economic analysis and profile of the Oregon coastal zone by Oregon. Coastal Conservation and Development Commission. Special Economic Study Team. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This watershed-based coastal zone was first expressed in by the Oregon Legislature. Within this zone, the Oregon Coastal Management Program applies to the land and water areas, except on lands owned by the federal government or held in trust under Indian tribal jurisdiction.

View an interactive map of the Oregon Coastal Zone. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND PROFILE OF THE OREGON COASTAL ZONE Funded by: Pacific Northwest Regional Commission Vancouver, Washington and State of Oregon, Department of Economic Development Salem, Oregon Contract No. RD Prepared by: Special Economic Study Team of the Oregon Coastal Conservation and Development Commission G.

Anthony. Economic analysis and profile of the Oregon coastal zone; Creator: Oregon. Coastal Conservation and Development Commission. Special Economic Study Team; Resource Type: Technical Report; Date Available: T+; Date Issued: ; Non-Academic Affiliation: Oregon Explorer; Subject: Coastal zone management -- Oregon; Rights.

The book specifically deals with the analysis of the effects of the fundamental drivers, ecological connectivity, and root causes of coastal resource and environmental challenges using key economic concepts, principles and paradigms.

The application of economic concepts to understand the causes of coastal zone. Economic analysis is well suited to inform protected resources management in marine and coastal environments.

The purpose of this review is to provide a connection between the challenges facing managers of marine protected resources and specific forms of economic analysis that can help address them. Oregon’s Office of Economic Analysis (OEA) groups these counties as a regional “North Coast” economy.

This economy has an agricultural base but also specializes in fishing (representing 62% of statewide commercial fishing value), dairy products (in Tillamook County specifically), and timber (mostly logging) [8].

The Oregon Coastal Atlas is a multi-group project that has the ambitious goal of being a useful resource for the various audiences that make up the management constituency of the Oregon Coastal Zone. The project is a depot for traditional and digital information which can be used to inform decision-making relating to the Oregon Coastal Zone.

Coast Region. The Oregon coast is not only a gateway to the Pacific Ocean, its home to must-see tourist destinations; home to the West Coast's largest commercial fishing fleet, the NOAA Fleet Headquarters and is emerging as an area of economic growth for manufacturing and export businesses.

The Southwest Coast is known for its natural beaches and recreation, and is. A "microclimate" is the climate of a very small area that differs from the surrounding area. Oregon's coast encompasses three hardiness zones as classified by the U.S.

Department of Agriculture – Zone 8B (Astoria to Florence), Zone 9A (Florence to Cape Blanco State Park) and Zone 9B (Cape Blanco State Park to Brookings.). A single projection of population growth from the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis through was used across all policy scenarios.

Subsequent toa constant population growth rate was used allocating a total of approximat new residents into the county by (Oregon Office of Economic Analysis, ). Downloadable (with restrictions). Integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) has evolved as a key mechanism for the delivery of sustainable development objectives within coastal regions.

Yet, despite significant advancements in ICZM application over recent years, one of the most noticeable weaknesses of ICZM performance has been a failure to adequately account for the. The U.S. Small Business Administration just released detailed data on the actual Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans/grants across the country.

Individual business information is now public for loans in excess of $, while general characteristics (amount, zip code, industry) are available for loans of smaller sizes. Oregon Kicks Off Public Process for Coastal Habitat Protection OFFICE FOR COASTAL MANAGEMENT (OCM) The state of Oregon is updating its year-old plan for managing its coastal rocky habitat, which makes up about 41% of the state’s coastline.

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Regulations must not only address fishing, recreation, and. The Oregon Coastal Zone Management Association (OCZMA) is a voluntary nonprofit association of more than 40 coastal units of government on the Oregon Coast. The OCZMA is organized under ORS and comprised of counties, cities, ports, soil and water conservation districts (SWCDs), and the Coquille Indian Tribe.

Since its inception as the Oregon. Coast Region Economic Development Organizations. Oregon Cascades West Economic Development District Queen Avenue, SE, Suite A Albany, OR Central Coast Economic Development Alliance PO Box Depoe Bay, OR Clatsop Economic Development Resources (CEDR) North Roosevelt Seaside, OR Columbia County Economic.

O gigabytes of high-resolution elevation data covering Oregon’s entire coastal zone are available. These types of data are critical for all types of modeling, including those that predict The economic data provided by the Digital Coast managers used NOAA Digital Coast’s Coastal Change Analysis Program data for accurate.

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Founded inOCZMA is a bi-partisan organization organized under ORS Coastal Economics. People respond to policy, risks and changes in environmental quality. Coastal economic analysis – understanding and modeling behavioral responses created by changes in coastal policy and/or realization of risk - is needed to fully understand the effect that adaptation and mitigation measures have on resilience metrics.