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1 December 2011 Social and Environmental Impacts: Perceptions and Values of the People Involved in the Occupation Process on the South Coast of Alagoas, Brazil.
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MARTINS, E.C MARTINS, F.C., 2011. Social and Environmental Impacts: Perceptions and Values of the People Involved in the Occupation Process on the South Coast of Alagoas, Brazil. In: Micallef, A. (ed.), MCRR3-2010 Conference Proceedings, Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue, No. 61, pp. 415–416. Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy, ISSN 0749-0208.

This paper proposes a study on the southern coast of Alagoas, in specific areas of the coastal portion, on the perception of psychosocial values involved in the degradation of coastal areas. The study, particularly on local communities, is an attempt to record important information about a fragile environment that is likely to disappear along with popular knowledge about the natural environment and its practical use and management. It must be remembered that the quality of resources in natural environments has finite character, presenting opportunities and constraints and the consequences brought about by the economic effect of tourism generating costs and benefits to people and their environment.

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E.C Martins and F.C Martins "Social and Environmental Impacts: Perceptions and Values of the People Involved in the Occupation Process on the South Coast of Alagoas, Brazil.," Journal of Coastal Research 2011(10061), 415-416, (1 December 2011). https://doi.org/10.2112/SI61-001.50
Published: 1 December 2011
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