Oregon's coastal marine recreational fishing community : The state of communication with the fisheries management community Public Deposited

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  • The Pacific Northwest and Oregon in particular, have a rich fishing history. There are several fishing communities that rely on the resources found within Oregon waters. This research project explores communication in one particular fishing community, the coastal marine recreational fishing community (CMRFC) and the fisheries management community (FMC). Objectives of the project included: * characterizing formal and informal existing communication methods used by the FMC and the CMRFC, * identifying the current state of communication between the FMC and CMRFC, * determining each communities perceived effectiveness of the current communication methods, * Identifying barriers to communication between the FMC and the CMRFC, and * identifying ways to improve the current state of communication between the communities.
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