Nationwide Study: Coastal Access During Covid-19
We are assembling a comprehensive, nationwide database of how coastal communities managed their coastlines and balanced public health and public coastal access during the coronavirus pandemic.
The spread of the novel coronavirus prompted many places to take measures to protect public health, including restrictions to coastal and ocean access. The purpose of this survey is to gather information from local governments about how they acted to protect public health on our nation's coasts. Participation is voluntary, though our aim is to collect data from every coastal jurisdiction in the United States.
This project is led by Drs. Dan Reineman, Sean Anderson, and Kiki Patsch of the California State University Channel Islands Environmental Science & Resource Management Program.
For more information on the study or to participate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (805-437-2079).
This project is approved by the CSUCI Institutional Review Board, which protects the rights and welfare of respondents and ensures that research is conducted with the highest level of integrity.
If you have questions about the project, CSUCI's Office of Research & Sponsored Programs can be contacted at 805-437-8808: One University Drive, Madera Hall Rm 1308, Camarillo, California 93012.