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What is Marine Spatial Planning?
Marine spatial planning is a process for coordinating decisions for coastal and ocean activities and environments.
Marine spatial planning uses data on the location of important marine resources, human activities, and other key components to determine the most appropriate locations for particular marine uses.
More Frequently Asked Questions
Ecology's Publication, Marine Spatial Planning: Frequently Asked Questions (PDF, Publication #10-06-010), provides an overview on key questions such as:
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