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WAMSI 2 - Kimberley Node - Project 2.1.2 - Human values and aspirations for coastal waters of the Kimberley

Australian Ocean Data Network
School of Veterinary and Life Sciences (VLS), Murdoch University ; The University of Western Australia ; The University of Queensland ; Murdoch University
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and 
analyse 
the 
social 
values 
of 
people
 associated
 with 
the 
coastal 
waters 
of 
the
 western 
Kimberley, 
especially 
Indigenous
community 
members 
 2. Map 
these 
values 
so 
they 
can 
be 
included
 in
 decision
 making 
that 
relies 
on 
mapping 
and
 spatially‐based 
decisions. 
 3. Identify 
and
 analyse 
peoples’ 
aspirations
 regarding 
possible 
futures 
for 
the 
western
 Kimberley
 coastline.

 The following data were collected: Social values & preferences data: - Exploratory and descriptive research generating comprehensive baseline social information on values and management preferences from a broad range of stakeholder groups. Data is relevant to informing broad-scale marine and coastal planning. - Spatially explicit data on values and management preferences from a range of stakeholder groups associated with the Kimberley coast. - Spatially explicit data on values, activities and management preferences from tourists at Port Smith. - Spatial data collected as raw polygon (Phase 1) and point mapping data (Phase 2 & 3) for values. For Phases 2 & 3 point mapping data is also available for management preferences. Phase 3 also captured point mapping data on tourist activities. Choice experiment survey data: - Socio-economic information about respondents to the choice experiment survey - Choices between alternative, spatially explicit, management options for the Kimberley coast, these choices can be used to infer people’s preferences for different attributes of the Kimberley coast. Data stored as Geodatabase files (MurdochUni_Kimberley_values.gdb, MurdochUNi_Kimberley_PPGIS2015.gdb, Port_Smith_Karajarri.gdb)*Phase 1* Face to face interviews with associated participatory mapping [interview schedules]. Location: Across the Kimberley: Northern territory border to the southern end of Eighty Mile Beach. Also interviews in Darwin and Perth. (1 June – 16 Dec 2013) *Phase 2* Online PPGIS survey involving online mapping and choice experiment Location: Online surveys: respondents from within and external to the Kimberley engaged. (12 April - 30 June 2015) *Phase 3* Choice experiment data - Kimberley Stakeholders sample: An online survey was conducted with stakeholders across the Kimberley. Respondents were recruited through a wide range of sources across the Kimberley region, and from stakeholder groups. The questionnaire was conducted online, collecting responses to a spatially explicit choice experiment. Location: Across the Kimberley, with some respondents drawn from across Australia (12 April 2015 – 31 June 2015) *Phase 3* Choice experiment data - Panel sample: An online survey was conducted with a panel of respondents from across Western Australia, but the majority of respondents from Perth. Respondents were recruited by an online market research company, to reach a representative sample of WA residents. The questionnaire was conducted online, collecting responses to a spatially explicit choice experiment. Location: Across Western Australia, with most respondents residents in Perth (12 May 2015 – 29 June 2015) *Phase 4* Administered visitor surveys with Karajarri Traditional Lands Association Location: Port Smith area, Eighty Mile Beach (10 days, August 2015)&rft.creator=School of Veterinary and Life Sciences (VLS), Murdoch University &rft.creator=The University of Western Australia &rft.creator=The University of Queensland &rft.creator=Murdoch University &rft.date=2018&rft.coverage=northlimit=-12; southlimit=-21; westlimit=117; eastLimit=129&rft.coverage=northlimit=-12; southlimit=-21; westlimit=117; eastLimit=129&rft_rights=Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Australia http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/au/&rft_rights=*All users must acknowledge the source of the material with the acknowledgment*: Data sourced from Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI) project funded by Western Australian State Government and research partners and carried out by <insert authors> from <insert organisations>&rft_rights=*Suggested attribution for use in citation*: [author(s)], Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI), [author organisation(s)], [year-of-data-download], [title], [data-access-URL], data accessed (YYYY-MM-DD).&rft_rights=*Disclaimer*: WAMSI and its Partners data, products and services are provided as is and WAMSI and its Partners do not warrant their fitness for a particular purpose. WAMSI and its Partners have made every reasonable effort to ensure high quality of the data, products and services, to the extent permitted by law the data, products and services are provided without any warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied, including without limitation any implied warranties of title, merchantability, and fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement. WAMSI and its Partners make no representation or warranty that the data, products and services are accurate, complete, reliable or current. To the extent permitted by law, WAMSI and its Partners exclude all liability to any person arising directly or indirectly from the use of the data, products and services.&rft_subject=environment&rft_subject=society&rft_subject=Human Dimensions | Boundaries | Surveys&rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English Access the data

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*Disclaimer*: WAMSI and its Partners data, products and services are provided "as is" and WAMSI and its Partners do not warrant their fitness for a particular purpose. WAMSI and its Partners have made every reasonable effort to ensure high quality of the data, products and services, to the extent permitted by law the data, products and services are provided without any warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied, including without limitation any implied warranties of title, merchantability, and fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement. WAMSI and its Partners make no representation or warranty that the data, products and services are accurate, complete, reliable or current. To the extent permitted by law, WAMSI and its Partners exclude all liability to any person arising directly or indirectly from the use of the data, products and services.

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The aims of the project are:

1. Describe 
and 
analyse 
the 
social 
values 
of 
people
 associated
 with 
the 
coastal 
waters 
of 
the
 western 
Kimberley, 
especially 
Indigenous
community 
members

2. Map 
these 
values 
so 
they 
can 
be 
included
 in
 decision
 making 
that 
relies 
on 
mapping 
and

spatially‐based 
decisions.

3. Identify 
and
 analyse 
peoples’ 
aspirations
 regarding 
possible 
futures 
for 
the 
western

Kimberley
 coastline.



The following data were collected:
Social values & preferences data:
- Exploratory and descriptive research generating comprehensive baseline social information on values and management preferences from a broad range of stakeholder groups. Data is relevant to informing broad-scale marine and coastal planning.
- Spatially explicit data on values and management preferences from a range of stakeholder groups associated with the Kimberley coast.
- Spatially explicit data on values, activities and management preferences from tourists at Port Smith.
- Spatial data collected as raw polygon (Phase 1) and point mapping data (Phase 2 & 3) for values. For Phases 2 & 3 point mapping data is also available for management preferences. Phase 3 also captured point mapping data on tourist activities.

Choice experiment survey data:
- Socio-economic information about respondents to the choice experiment survey
- Choices between alternative, spatially explicit, management options for the Kimberley coast, these choices can be used to infer people’s preferences for different attributes of the Kimberley coast.

Data stored as Geodatabase files (MurdochUni_Kimberley_values.gdb, MurdochUNi_Kimberley_PPGIS2015.gdb, Port_Smith_Karajarri.gdb)

Lineage

*Phase 1*
Face to face interviews with associated participatory mapping [interview schedules]. Location: Across the Kimberley: Northern territory border to the southern end of Eighty Mile Beach. Also interviews in Darwin and Perth. (1 June – 16 Dec 2013)

*Phase 2*
Online PPGIS survey involving online mapping and choice experiment
Location: Online surveys: respondents from within and external to the Kimberley engaged. (12 April - 30 June 2015)

*Phase 3*
Choice experiment data - Kimberley Stakeholders sample:
An online survey was conducted with stakeholders across the Kimberley. Respondents were recruited through a wide range of sources across the Kimberley region, and from stakeholder groups. The questionnaire was conducted online, collecting responses to a spatially explicit choice experiment.
Location: Across the Kimberley, with some respondents drawn from across Australia (12 April 2015 – 31 June 2015)

*Phase 3*
Choice experiment data - Panel sample:
An online survey was conducted with a panel of respondents from across Western Australia, but the majority of respondents from Perth. Respondents were recruited by an online market research company, to reach a representative sample of WA residents. The questionnaire was conducted online, collecting responses to a spatially explicit choice experiment.
Location: Across Western Australia, with most respondents residents in Perth (12 May 2015 – 29 June 2015)

*Phase 4*
Administered visitor surveys with Karajarri Traditional Lands Association
Location: Port Smith area, Eighty Mile Beach (10 days, August 2015)

Modified: 16 06 2016

Data time period: 06 2013 to 31 07 2015

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Data located on Pawsey

uri : https://data.pawsey.org.au/public/?path=/WA%20Node%20Ocean%20Data%20Network/WAMSI2/KMRP/2.1/2.1.2

Strickland-Munro, J., Kobryn, H., Bayley, S., Moore, S. and Palmer, D. (2016) Human values and aspirations for coastal waters of the Kimberley: Port Smith (Purnturrpurnturr) visitor survey. Technical report. Kimberley Marine Research Program Node of the Western Australian Marine Science Institution, WAMSI, Perth, Western Australia.

uri : http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/30194

Strickland-Munro, J., Moore, S., Kobryn, H. and Palmer, D. (2015) Values and aspirations for coastal waters of the Kimberley: social values and participatory mapping using interviews. Technical Report. Kimberley Marine Research Program Node of the Western Australian Marine Science Institution. Western Australian Marine Science Institution, Perth, Western Australia.

uri : http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/25482

Strickland-Munro, J., Kobryn, H., Brown, G., Pearce, J. and Moore, S.A. (2016) Human values and aspirations for coastal waters of the Kimberley: Social values and management preferences using Public Participation GIS. Technical Report. Kimberley Marine Research Program Node of the Western Australian Marine Science Institution, WAMSI, Perth, Western Australia.

uri : http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/30129

Link to final report

uri : https://www.wamsi.org.au/kmrp/kimberley-marine-research-node-projects