Using Social Science Data and Tools
Click below and go to the Digital Coast to get the selected data, tools, and methods that relate to the social sciences and how they can be applied to coastal management issues.
Use the tools below to see social science data already incorporated, and available for exploration.
A visualization tool used in project planning, policy making, and communication efforts.
What’s in your county? These snapshots combine social and economic information with other data sets to quickly display information, with no data manipulation needed. Snapshots put county-specific data into easy-to-use handouts with charts and graphics.
Enables users to interact with Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW) data using maps, charts, and graphs to see changes across time, place, and sector.
The Economics: National Ocean Watch (ENOW) data set now covers 2005 to 2010. Select appropriate data for a project with the ENOW Data Wizard.
Social and economic data are used to map areas of high human vulnerability to sea level rise.
A map-based interface allows users to quickly determine economic characteristics for a wide variety of coastal management jurisdictions.
Concise explanations are presented on the linkages between key social data sets and the health of the nation’s coastlines. State-level facts and detailed statistics are delivered through interactive visualizations about coastal communities, ecosystems, and the economy.
Methods, tools, data, and case studies are included that relate to the use of social data in the natural resource management field.