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The New Man and the Sea: Climate Change Perceptions and Sustainable Seafood Preferences of Florida Reef Anglers
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering
Florida Reef stakeholders have downplayed the role of anthropogenic climate change while recognizing the reef system's degradation. With an emphasis on recreational anglers, a survey using contingent valuation methods investigated stakeholders' attitudes about the Florida Reef, climate change, and willingness to pay for sustainable and local seafood. Angst expressed about acidification and other climate change effects represents a recent shift of opinion. Supermajorities were willing to paydoi:10.3390/jmse3020299 fatcat:xlnd34pbfjbibj2mw3edcsc5ly