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Abstract

Raw interview data were organized into a codebook containing 17 umbrella nodes (or thematic categories), with each umbrella node associated with up to four generations of child nodes. Each node captured different topics discussed in interviews, or meaningful themes that emerged from the dataset. This table contains the names and descriptions of the codebook's 17 umbrella nodes and their first generation child nodes, where applicable.

Description

Raw interview data were organized into a codebook containing 17 umbrella nodes (or thematic categories), with each umbrella node associated with up to four generations of child nodes. Each node captured different topics discussed in interviews, or meaningful themes that emerged from the dataset. This table contains the names and descriptions of the codebook's 17 umbrella nodes and their first generation child nodes, where applicable.

Entity Information

Entity Type
Data Table

Data Attribute / Type Description
01_Fishing_in_Kona
CHARACTER
Descriptions of important contextual dynamics of the fishing community in Kona, including fishing practices, fishing grounds, changes through time, and social contexts.
01A_Fishing_practices
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the material and logistical attributes of fishing practice in Kona, including fishing methods, gear, processing methods, target species, trip length, and time of day.
01B_Location
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fishing grounds and areas used by the small boat fleet.
01C_Competition
CHARACTER
Descriptions of competition within West Hawai'i fisheries, and between its fishers and high seas fisheries (e.g., longline and purse seine).
01D_Cooperation
CHARACTER
Descriptions of cooperation within West Hawai'i fisheries participants.
01E_Culture
CHARACTER
Descriptions of West Hawai'i culture, often in reference to fishing. Sometimes juxtaposed against that of neighbor islands or state-external cultures.
01F_Visibility
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the West Hawai'i fishing community and its activities as visible.
01G_Through_time
CHARACTER
Descriptions of changes in the West Hawai'i community through time, mostly in reference to fishing.
02_Economic_context
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the West Hawai'i fishing community's economic contexts and considerations, including demand, market competition, fishing costs, fishery participation, and food security.
02A_Demand
CHARACTER
Comments about demand for various fisheries products and consumption of fish Includes comments about fish as a healthy food.
02B_Market_competition
CHARACTER
Many of these are descriptions of how competition makes being a fisherman more difficult, including identifications of "them" in an us vs. them mentality (e.g., the rich, the non-locals, the weekend warriors, the industrial fisheries).
02C_Increasing_costs
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the inputs to fishing activity increasing through time (e.g., fuel, ice, bait).
02D_Participation
CHARACTER
Descriptions of changes or challenges in fishery participation.
02E_Food_security
CHARACTER
Descriptions of food (in)security in the West Hawai'i community or its parent economies.
10_Identity
CHARACTER
Descriptions of various aspects of fisher identity, including demographic information and personality traits.
10A_Demographics
CHARACTER
Parent node to various demographic variables.
10B_Personality_traits
CHARACTER
Parent node to various personality traits that emerged from fisher interviews.
11_Motivation
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the underlying, value-laden motivations for behavior and behavior change relative to info-sharing, shark-handling, and fishing.
11A_Fishing_motivation
CHARACTER
Parent node for various fishing motives.
11B_Info_sharing_motivation
CHARACTER
Parent node for various info-sharing motives.
11C_Behavioral_motivation
CHARACTER
Parent node for various behavioral motives, primarily as they are relevant to shark-handling practices.
12_Values_and_beliefs
CHARACTER
Descriptions of miscellaneous value and belief systems that guide fisher practices.
12A_No_waste
CHARACTER
Explicit discussions of fishers using all parts of their catch, or chastising others for wasting catch.
12B_Good_energy_good_fishing
CHARACTER
Descriptions of karma acquired through social interactions and fishing practices as affecting one's own fortune, especially with regard to fishing.
12C_Return_to_past
CHARACTER
Descriptions of mismatches between contemporary resource management contexts/needs and traditional management strategies relying on an idyllic return to the past, especially in reference to Hawaiian resource governance structures.
13_Human_well_being
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the relationship between small boat fishers' experiences in Hawai'i fisheries and human well-being.
13A_Financial_security
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and financial well-being, or security.
13B_Physical_well_being
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and fishers' physical well-being.
13C_Family
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and family well-being.
20_Info_sharing_practices
CHARACTER
Descriptions of info-sharing practices in the West Hawai'i small boat fishery.
20A_Types_of_info
CHARACTER
Parent node to the types of information discussed during interview.
20B_Methods_and_sources
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the various methods and sources of useful information; primarily fishing information, but also related to management.
20C_Circle_size
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the size of fishers' info-sharing circles (e.g., the number of fishing peers with which information is shared regularly).
20D_In_or_out
CHARACTER
Descriptions of how partners in info-sharing are identified and/or weeded out.
20E_Guarding_info
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fishers guarding information, whether actively or passively (e.g., by not volunteering info).
30_Sharks
CHARACTER
Parent node to all shark-related discussions during fisher interviews.
30A_Species
CHARACTER
Parent node to all species of shark discussed during interviews. Child nodes basically function as a tracking index for species-specific shark descriptions.
30B_Interaction_frequency
CHARACTER
Descriptions of shark interaction frequency.
30C_Interaction_factors
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the factors that affect the likelihood of shark interactions.
30D_Decision_making
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fishers' decision-making processes with regard to shark-handling.
30E_Sharks_as
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fishers' various perceptions and concepts of what a shark means to society, to them, and to their fishing opportunities.
30F_Sharks_on_the_brain
CHARACTER
Comments about not devoting much thought or conversational energy sharks or shark observation prior to interview.
30G_Behavior
CHARACTER
Descriptions of shark behavior.
30H_Size
CHARACTER
Descriptions of shark size.
30I_Other_predators
CHARACTER
Descriptions of non-shark predators affecting fishing activity.
40_Management
CHARACTER
Parent node to all management-related discussions during fisher interviews.
40A_Lack_thereof
CHARACTER
Descriptions of not enough regulation or management, or user groups/areas that are relatively unregulated.
40B_Over_regulation
CHARACTER
Descriptions of too much regulation or an overconcentration of management focus.
40C_Self_management
CHARACTER
Descriptions of sustainability or stewardship-minded practices that fishers impose upon themselves.
40D_Legitimacy
CHARACTER
Descriptions of characteristics of management that affect the way fishers perceive its legitimacy.
40E_Compromise
CHARACTER
Descriptions of a lack of, and therefore a need for more compromise in resource management Some call for utilitarian approach ("greatest benefit for most people") in pursuit of win-win solutions.
40F_Permanent
CHARACTER
Descriptions of regulations and management as stagnant or lacking adaptivity.
40G_Tools
CHARACTER
Descriptions of various regulatory tools used by fisheries management.
40I_Externalities
CHARACTER
Descriptions of secondary, unexpected outcomes resulting from management or regulations.
40J_Protected_species
CHARACTER
Descriptions of protected species management.
41_Fisher_engagement
CHARACTER
Examples of and opportunity for fisher engagement.
41A_Fighting_for_fishing
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fisher engagement driven by fishers' defense of fishing access or activity.
41B_Fishers_voice
CHARACTER
Descriptions of opportunity (and lack thereof) for fishers' voices to be heard Includes descriptions of what follows after fishers provide their input.
41C_Indifference
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fishers' lack of motivation to engage with researchers/managers or voice their opinions.
41D_Fears
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fears held by fishers when engaging with researchers or managers.
41E_Giving_up
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fishers ceasing to participate, or losing hope in fisher engagement opportunities.
41F_Strategies
CHARACTER
Thoughts on the effectiveness and ineffectiveness of different engagement strategies.
41G_Forums
CHARACTER
Descriptions of various forums for fisher engagement.
42_Power_dynamics
CHARACTER
Descriptions of social relationships and power relations between individuals and groups based on capital, political power, visibility, etc. Themes are organized by actor groups.
42A_Managers
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the managers' power.
42B_Fishers
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fisher groups' power, or lack thereof.
42C_Researchers
CHARACTER
Descriptions of researchers' power.
42D_Tourism
CHARACTER
Descriptions of power in the tourism industry.
42E_Environmentalists
CHARACTER
Descriptions of environmental interests' power.
42F_Industrial_fisheries
CHARACTER
Descriptions of industrial fisheries' power.
42G_Wealthy
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the wealthy as powerful.
42H_Media
CHARACTER
Descriptions of power and influence in the media.
42I_NGOs
CHARACTER
Descriptions of the power exercised by NGOs.
42J_Funding
CHARACTER
Descriptions of funding affording power to those who can access it.
43_Knowledge_types
CHARACTER
Parent node to various types of knowledge identified during interview.
43A_Experiential
CHARACTER
Descriptions of experiential knowledge.
43B_Collaborative
CHARACTER
Descriptions of knowledge that is shared and co-produced between groups (e.g., fishers, scientists, managers).
43C_Formal
CHARACTER
Descriptions and perceptions of the knowledge held by scientists and managers, acquired through research or formal education.
43D_Inherited
CHARACTER
Descriptions of knowledge that is passed from fisher to fisher, often between generations.
43E_Bioecological
CHARACTER
Descriptions of knowledge contributing to bioecological understanding.
43F_Cultural
CHARACTER
Descriptions of cultural knowledge.
50_Insights_from_outside
CHARACTER
Descriptions of fisheries (management) and the marine environment from Hawai'i-external geographies.
90_Institutions
CHARACTER
Index of institutions discussed during interviews.
90A_DLNR
CHARACTER
References made to the Hawai'i State Department of Land and Natural Resources during interview.
90B_WPRFMC
CHARACTER
References made to the Western Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Council during interview.
90C_NOAA
CHARACTER
References made to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration during interview.
90D_HFACT
CHARACTER
References made to HFACT during interview.
90E_TNC
CHARACTER
References made to The Nature Conservancy during interview.
90F_PIFG
CHARACTER
References made to the Pacific Islands Fisheries Group during interview.
90G_West_Hawaii_Fishery_Council
CHARACTER
References made to the West Hawai'i Fishery Council during interview.
90H_Coast_Guard
CHARACTER
References made to the Coast Guard during interview.
90I_Hawaii_Boating_Association
CHARACTER
References made to the Hawai'i Boating Association during interview.
91_Names
CHARACTER
Index of names brought up regularly during interviews Child nodes hidden from Codebook for confidentiality.
92_Stories
CHARACTER
Tracking node for noteworthy stories encountered during interview.
93_Quotes
CHARACTER
Tracking node for illustrative quotes that emerged from interviews.

Child Items

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Item Identification

Title: Major_themes_from_WHI_fisher-shark_interaction_interviews.csv
Status: Completed
Abstract:

Raw interview data were organized into a codebook containing 17 umbrella nodes (or thematic categories), with each umbrella node associated with up to four generations of child nodes. Each node captured different topics discussed in interviews, or meaningful themes that emerged from the dataset. This table contains the names and descriptions of the codebook's 17 umbrella nodes and their first generation child nodes, where applicable.

Entity Information

Entity Type: Data Table
Active Version?: Yes
Description:

Raw interview data were organized into a codebook containing 17 umbrella nodes (or thematic categories), with each umbrella node associated with up to four generations of child nodes. Each node captured different topics discussed in interviews, or meaningful themes that emerged from the dataset. This table contains the names and descriptions of the codebook's 17 umbrella nodes and their first generation child nodes, where applicable.

Data Attributes

Attribute Summary

Rubric Score Primary Key? Name Type Description
100
01_Fishing_in_Kona CHARACTER Descriptions of important contextual dynamics of the fishing community in Kona, including fishing practices, fishing grounds, changes through time, and social contexts.
100
01A_Fishing_practices CHARACTER Descriptions of the material and logistical attributes of fishing practice in Kona, including fishing methods, gear, processing methods, target species, trip length, and time of day.
100
01B_Location CHARACTER Descriptions of fishing grounds and areas used by the small boat fleet.
100
01C_Competition CHARACTER Descriptions of competition within West Hawai'i fisheries, and between its fishers and high seas fisheries (e.g., longline and purse seine).
100
01D_Cooperation CHARACTER Descriptions of cooperation within West Hawai'i fisheries participants.
100
01E_Culture CHARACTER Descriptions of West Hawai'i culture, often in reference to fishing. Sometimes juxtaposed against that of neighbor islands or state-external cultures.
100
01F_Visibility CHARACTER Descriptions of the West Hawai'i fishing community and its activities as visible.
100
01G_Through_time CHARACTER Descriptions of changes in the West Hawai'i community through time, mostly in reference to fishing.
100
02_Economic_context CHARACTER Descriptions of the West Hawai'i fishing community's economic contexts and considerations, including demand, market competition, fishing costs, fishery participation, and food security.
100
02A_Demand CHARACTER Comments about demand for various fisheries products and consumption of fish Includes comments about fish as a healthy food.
100
02B_Market_competition CHARACTER Many of these are descriptions of how competition makes being a fisherman more difficult, including identifications of "them" in an us vs. them mentality (e.g., the rich, the non-locals, the weekend warriors, the industrial fisheries).
100
02C_Increasing_costs CHARACTER Descriptions of the inputs to fishing activity increasing through time (e.g., fuel, ice, bait).
100
02D_Participation CHARACTER Descriptions of changes or challenges in fishery participation.
100
02E_Food_security CHARACTER Descriptions of food (in)security in the West Hawai'i community or its parent economies.
100
10_Identity CHARACTER Descriptions of various aspects of fisher identity, including demographic information and personality traits.
100
10A_Demographics CHARACTER Parent node to various demographic variables.
100
10B_Personality_traits CHARACTER Parent node to various personality traits that emerged from fisher interviews.
100
11_Motivation CHARACTER Descriptions of the underlying, value-laden motivations for behavior and behavior change relative to info-sharing, shark-handling, and fishing.
100
11A_Fishing_motivation CHARACTER Parent node for various fishing motives.
100
11B_Info_sharing_motivation CHARACTER Parent node for various info-sharing motives.
100
11C_Behavioral_motivation CHARACTER Parent node for various behavioral motives, primarily as they are relevant to shark-handling practices.
100
12_Values_and_beliefs CHARACTER Descriptions of miscellaneous value and belief systems that guide fisher practices.
100
12A_No_waste CHARACTER Explicit discussions of fishers using all parts of their catch, or chastising others for wasting catch.
100
12B_Good_energy_good_fishing CHARACTER Descriptions of karma acquired through social interactions and fishing practices as affecting one's own fortune, especially with regard to fishing.
100
12C_Return_to_past CHARACTER Descriptions of mismatches between contemporary resource management contexts/needs and traditional management strategies relying on an idyllic return to the past, especially in reference to Hawaiian resource governance structures.
100
13_Human_well_being CHARACTER Descriptions of the relationship between small boat fishers' experiences in Hawai'i fisheries and human well-being.
100
13A_Financial_security CHARACTER Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and financial well-being, or security.
100
13B_Physical_well_being CHARACTER Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and fishers' physical well-being.
100
13C_Family CHARACTER Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and family well-being.
100
20_Info_sharing_practices CHARACTER Descriptions of info-sharing practices in the West Hawai'i small boat fishery.
100
20A_Types_of_info CHARACTER Parent node to the types of information discussed during interview.
100
20B_Methods_and_sources CHARACTER Descriptions of the various methods and sources of useful information; primarily fishing information, but also related to management.
100
20C_Circle_size CHARACTER Descriptions of the size of fishers' info-sharing circles (e.g., the number of fishing peers with which information is shared regularly).
100
20D_In_or_out CHARACTER Descriptions of how partners in info-sharing are identified and/or weeded out.
100
20E_Guarding_info CHARACTER Descriptions of fishers guarding information, whether actively or passively (e.g., by not volunteering info).
100
30_Sharks CHARACTER Parent node to all shark-related discussions during fisher interviews.
100
30A_Species CHARACTER Parent node to all species of shark discussed during interviews. Child nodes basically function as a tracking index for species-specific shark descriptions.
100
30B_Interaction_frequency CHARACTER Descriptions of shark interaction frequency.
100
30C_Interaction_factors CHARACTER Descriptions of the factors that affect the likelihood of shark interactions.
100
30D_Decision_making CHARACTER Descriptions of fishers' decision-making processes with regard to shark-handling.
100
30E_Sharks_as CHARACTER Descriptions of fishers' various perceptions and concepts of what a shark means to society, to them, and to their fishing opportunities.
100
30F_Sharks_on_the_brain CHARACTER Comments about not devoting much thought or conversational energy sharks or shark observation prior to interview.
100
30G_Behavior CHARACTER Descriptions of shark behavior.
100
30H_Size CHARACTER Descriptions of shark size.
100
30I_Other_predators CHARACTER Descriptions of non-shark predators affecting fishing activity.
100
40_Management CHARACTER Parent node to all management-related discussions during fisher interviews.
100
40A_Lack_thereof CHARACTER Descriptions of not enough regulation or management, or user groups/areas that are relatively unregulated.
100
40B_Over_regulation CHARACTER Descriptions of too much regulation or an overconcentration of management focus.
100
40C_Self_management CHARACTER Descriptions of sustainability or stewardship-minded practices that fishers impose upon themselves.
100
40D_Legitimacy CHARACTER Descriptions of characteristics of management that affect the way fishers perceive its legitimacy.
100
40E_Compromise CHARACTER Descriptions of a lack of, and therefore a need for more compromise in resource management Some call for utilitarian approach ("greatest benefit for most people") in pursuit of win-win solutions.
100
40F_Permanent CHARACTER Descriptions of regulations and management as stagnant or lacking adaptivity.
100
40G_Tools CHARACTER Descriptions of various regulatory tools used by fisheries management.
100
40I_Externalities CHARACTER Descriptions of secondary, unexpected outcomes resulting from management or regulations.
100
40J_Protected_species CHARACTER Descriptions of protected species management.
100
41_Fisher_engagement CHARACTER Examples of and opportunity for fisher engagement.
100
41A_Fighting_for_fishing CHARACTER Descriptions of fisher engagement driven by fishers' defense of fishing access or activity.
100
41B_Fishers_voice CHARACTER Descriptions of opportunity (and lack thereof) for fishers' voices to be heard Includes descriptions of what follows after fishers provide their input.
100
41C_Indifference CHARACTER Descriptions of fishers' lack of motivation to engage with researchers/managers or voice their opinions.
100
41D_Fears CHARACTER Descriptions of fears held by fishers when engaging with researchers or managers.
100
41E_Giving_up CHARACTER Descriptions of fishers ceasing to participate, or losing hope in fisher engagement opportunities.
100
41F_Strategies CHARACTER Thoughts on the effectiveness and ineffectiveness of different engagement strategies.
100
41G_Forums CHARACTER Descriptions of various forums for fisher engagement.
100
42_Power_dynamics CHARACTER Descriptions of social relationships and power relations between individuals and groups based on capital, political power, visibility, etc. Themes are organized by actor groups.
100
42A_Managers CHARACTER Descriptions of the managers' power.
100
42B_Fishers CHARACTER Descriptions of fisher groups' power, or lack thereof.
100
42C_Researchers CHARACTER Descriptions of researchers' power.
100
42D_Tourism CHARACTER Descriptions of power in the tourism industry.
100
42E_Environmentalists CHARACTER Descriptions of environmental interests' power.
100
42F_Industrial_fisheries CHARACTER Descriptions of industrial fisheries' power.
100
42G_Wealthy CHARACTER Descriptions of the wealthy as powerful.
100
42H_Media CHARACTER Descriptions of power and influence in the media.
100
42I_NGOs CHARACTER Descriptions of the power exercised by NGOs.
100
42J_Funding CHARACTER Descriptions of funding affording power to those who can access it.
100
43_Knowledge_types CHARACTER Parent node to various types of knowledge identified during interview.
100
43A_Experiential CHARACTER Descriptions of experiential knowledge.
100
43B_Collaborative CHARACTER Descriptions of knowledge that is shared and co-produced between groups (e.g., fishers, scientists, managers).
100
43C_Formal CHARACTER Descriptions and perceptions of the knowledge held by scientists and managers, acquired through research or formal education.
100
43D_Inherited CHARACTER Descriptions of knowledge that is passed from fisher to fisher, often between generations.
100
43E_Bioecological CHARACTER Descriptions of knowledge contributing to bioecological understanding.
100
43F_Cultural CHARACTER Descriptions of cultural knowledge.
100
50_Insights_from_outside CHARACTER Descriptions of fisheries (management) and the marine environment from Hawai'i-external geographies.
100
90_Institutions CHARACTER Index of institutions discussed during interviews.
100
90A_DLNR CHARACTER References made to the Hawai'i State Department of Land and Natural Resources during interview.
100
90B_WPRFMC CHARACTER References made to the Western Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Council during interview.
100
90C_NOAA CHARACTER References made to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration during interview.
100
90D_HFACT CHARACTER References made to HFACT during interview.
100
90E_TNC CHARACTER References made to The Nature Conservancy during interview.
100
90F_PIFG CHARACTER References made to the Pacific Islands Fisheries Group during interview.
100
90G_West_Hawaii_Fishery_Council CHARACTER References made to the West Hawai'i Fishery Council during interview.
100
90H_Coast_Guard CHARACTER References made to the Coast Guard during interview.
100
90I_Hawaii_Boating_Association CHARACTER References made to the Hawai'i Boating Association during interview.
100
91_Names CHARACTER Index of names brought up regularly during interviews Child nodes hidden from Codebook for confidentiality.
100
92_Stories CHARACTER Tracking node for noteworthy stories encountered during interview.
100
93_Quotes CHARACTER Tracking node for illustrative quotes that emerged from interviews.

Attribute Details

01_Fishing_in_Kona

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Seq. Order: 1
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of important contextual dynamics of the fishing community in Kona, including fishing practices, fishing grounds, changes through time, and social contexts.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

01A_Fishing_practices

CC ID: 1118475
Seq. Order: 2
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the material and logistical attributes of fishing practice in Kona, including fishing methods, gear, processing methods, target species, trip length, and time of day.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

01B_Location

CC ID: 1118476
Seq. Order: 3
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fishing grounds and areas used by the small boat fleet.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

01C_Competition

CC ID: 1118477
Seq. Order: 4
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of competition within West Hawai'i fisheries, and between its fishers and high seas fisheries (e.g., longline and purse seine).

General Data Type: CHARACTER

01D_Cooperation

CC ID: 1118478
Seq. Order: 5
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of cooperation within West Hawai'i fisheries participants.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

01E_Culture

CC ID: 1118479
Seq. Order: 6
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of West Hawai'i culture, often in reference to fishing. Sometimes juxtaposed against that of neighbor islands or state-external cultures.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

01F_Visibility

CC ID: 1118480
Seq. Order: 7
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the West Hawai'i fishing community and its activities as visible.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

01G_Through_time

CC ID: 1118481
Seq. Order: 8
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of changes in the West Hawai'i community through time, mostly in reference to fishing.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

02_Economic_context

CC ID: 1118482
Seq. Order: 9
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the West Hawai'i fishing community's economic contexts and considerations, including demand, market competition, fishing costs, fishery participation, and food security.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

02A_Demand

CC ID: 1118483
Seq. Order: 10
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Comments about demand for various fisheries products and consumption of fish Includes comments about fish as a healthy food.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

02B_Market_competition

CC ID: 1118484
Seq. Order: 11
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Many of these are descriptions of how competition makes being a fisherman more difficult, including identifications of "them" in an us vs. them mentality (e.g., the rich, the non-locals, the weekend warriors, the industrial fisheries).

General Data Type: CHARACTER

02C_Increasing_costs

CC ID: 1118485
Seq. Order: 12
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the inputs to fishing activity increasing through time (e.g., fuel, ice, bait).

General Data Type: CHARACTER

02D_Participation

CC ID: 1118486
Seq. Order: 13
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of changes or challenges in fishery participation.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

02E_Food_security

CC ID: 1118487
Seq. Order: 14
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of food (in)security in the West Hawai'i community or its parent economies.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

10_Identity

CC ID: 1118488
Seq. Order: 15
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of various aspects of fisher identity, including demographic information and personality traits.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

10A_Demographics

CC ID: 1118489
Seq. Order: 16
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node to various demographic variables.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

10B_Personality_traits

CC ID: 1118490
Seq. Order: 17
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node to various personality traits that emerged from fisher interviews.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

11_Motivation

CC ID: 1118491
Seq. Order: 18
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the underlying, value-laden motivations for behavior and behavior change relative to info-sharing, shark-handling, and fishing.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

11A_Fishing_motivation

CC ID: 1118492
Seq. Order: 19
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node for various fishing motives.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

11B_Info_sharing_motivation

CC ID: 1118493
Seq. Order: 20
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node for various info-sharing motives.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

11C_Behavioral_motivation

CC ID: 1118494
Seq. Order: 21
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node for various behavioral motives, primarily as they are relevant to shark-handling practices.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

12_Values_and_beliefs

CC ID: 1118495
Seq. Order: 22
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of miscellaneous value and belief systems that guide fisher practices.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

12A_No_waste

CC ID: 1118496
Seq. Order: 23
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Explicit discussions of fishers using all parts of their catch, or chastising others for wasting catch.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

12B_Good_energy_good_fishing

CC ID: 1118497
Seq. Order: 24
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of karma acquired through social interactions and fishing practices as affecting one's own fortune, especially with regard to fishing.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

12C_Return_to_past

CC ID: 1118498
Seq. Order: 25
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of mismatches between contemporary resource management contexts/needs and traditional management strategies relying on an idyllic return to the past, especially in reference to Hawaiian resource governance structures.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

13_Human_well_being

CC ID: 1118499
Seq. Order: 26
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the relationship between small boat fishers' experiences in Hawai'i fisheries and human well-being.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

13A_Financial_security

CC ID: 1118500
Seq. Order: 27
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and financial well-being, or security.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

13B_Physical_well_being

CC ID: 1118501
Seq. Order: 28
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and fishers' physical well-being.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

13C_Family

CC ID: 1118502
Seq. Order: 29
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the relationship between fishing and family well-being.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

20_Info_sharing_practices

CC ID: 1118503
Seq. Order: 30
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of info-sharing practices in the West Hawai'i small boat fishery.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

20A_Types_of_info

CC ID: 1118504
Seq. Order: 31
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node to the types of information discussed during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

20B_Methods_and_sources

CC ID: 1118505
Seq. Order: 32
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the various methods and sources of useful information; primarily fishing information, but also related to management.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

20C_Circle_size

CC ID: 1118506
Seq. Order: 33
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the size of fishers' info-sharing circles (e.g., the number of fishing peers with which information is shared regularly).

General Data Type: CHARACTER

20D_In_or_out

CC ID: 1118507
Seq. Order: 34
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of how partners in info-sharing are identified and/or weeded out.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

20E_Guarding_info

CC ID: 1118508
Seq. Order: 35
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fishers guarding information, whether actively or passively (e.g., by not volunteering info).

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30_Sharks

CC ID: 1118509
Seq. Order: 36
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node to all shark-related discussions during fisher interviews.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30A_Species

CC ID: 1118510
Seq. Order: 37
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node to all species of shark discussed during interviews. Child nodes basically function as a tracking index for species-specific shark descriptions.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30B_Interaction_frequency

CC ID: 1118511
Seq. Order: 38
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of shark interaction frequency.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30C_Interaction_factors

CC ID: 1118512
Seq. Order: 39
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the factors that affect the likelihood of shark interactions.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30D_Decision_making

CC ID: 1118513
Seq. Order: 40
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fishers' decision-making processes with regard to shark-handling.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30E_Sharks_as

CC ID: 1118514
Seq. Order: 41
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fishers' various perceptions and concepts of what a shark means to society, to them, and to their fishing opportunities.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30F_Sharks_on_the_brain

CC ID: 1118515
Seq. Order: 42
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Comments about not devoting much thought or conversational energy sharks or shark observation prior to interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30G_Behavior

CC ID: 1118516
Seq. Order: 43
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of shark behavior.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30H_Size

CC ID: 1118517
Seq. Order: 44
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of shark size.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

30I_Other_predators

CC ID: 1118518
Seq. Order: 45
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of non-shark predators affecting fishing activity.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40_Management

CC ID: 1118519
Seq. Order: 46
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node to all management-related discussions during fisher interviews.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40A_Lack_thereof

CC ID: 1118520
Seq. Order: 47
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of not enough regulation or management, or user groups/areas that are relatively unregulated.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40B_Over_regulation

CC ID: 1118521
Seq. Order: 48
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of too much regulation or an overconcentration of management focus.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40C_Self_management

CC ID: 1118522
Seq. Order: 49
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of sustainability or stewardship-minded practices that fishers impose upon themselves.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40D_Legitimacy

CC ID: 1118523
Seq. Order: 50
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of characteristics of management that affect the way fishers perceive its legitimacy.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40E_Compromise

CC ID: 1118524
Seq. Order: 51
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of a lack of, and therefore a need for more compromise in resource management Some call for utilitarian approach ("greatest benefit for most people") in pursuit of win-win solutions.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40F_Permanent

CC ID: 1118525
Seq. Order: 52
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of regulations and management as stagnant or lacking adaptivity.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40G_Tools

CC ID: 1118526
Seq. Order: 53
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of various regulatory tools used by fisheries management.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40I_Externalities

CC ID: 1118527
Seq. Order: 54
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of secondary, unexpected outcomes resulting from management or regulations.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

40J_Protected_species

CC ID: 1118528
Seq. Order: 55
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of protected species management.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

41_Fisher_engagement

CC ID: 1118529
Seq. Order: 56
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Examples of and opportunity for fisher engagement.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

41A_Fighting_for_fishing

CC ID: 1118530
Seq. Order: 57
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fisher engagement driven by fishers' defense of fishing access or activity.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

41B_Fishers_voice

CC ID: 1118531
Seq. Order: 58
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of opportunity (and lack thereof) for fishers' voices to be heard Includes descriptions of what follows after fishers provide their input.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

41C_Indifference

CC ID: 1118532
Seq. Order: 59
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fishers' lack of motivation to engage with researchers/managers or voice their opinions.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

41D_Fears

CC ID: 1118533
Seq. Order: 60
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fears held by fishers when engaging with researchers or managers.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

41E_Giving_up

CC ID: 1118534
Seq. Order: 61
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fishers ceasing to participate, or losing hope in fisher engagement opportunities.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

41F_Strategies

CC ID: 1118535
Seq. Order: 62
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Thoughts on the effectiveness and ineffectiveness of different engagement strategies.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

41G_Forums

CC ID: 1118536
Seq. Order: 63
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of various forums for fisher engagement.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42_Power_dynamics

CC ID: 1118537
Seq. Order: 64
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of social relationships and power relations between individuals and groups based on capital, political power, visibility, etc. Themes are organized by actor groups.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42A_Managers

CC ID: 1118538
Seq. Order: 65
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the managers' power.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42B_Fishers

CC ID: 1118539
Seq. Order: 66
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fisher groups' power, or lack thereof.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42C_Researchers

CC ID: 1118540
Seq. Order: 67
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of researchers' power.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42D_Tourism

CC ID: 1118541
Seq. Order: 68
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of power in the tourism industry.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42E_Environmentalists

CC ID: 1118542
Seq. Order: 69
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of environmental interests' power.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42F_Industrial_fisheries

CC ID: 1118543
Seq. Order: 70
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of industrial fisheries' power.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42G_Wealthy

CC ID: 1118544
Seq. Order: 71
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the wealthy as powerful.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42H_Media

CC ID: 1118545
Seq. Order: 72
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of power and influence in the media.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42I_NGOs

CC ID: 1118546
Seq. Order: 73
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of the power exercised by NGOs.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

42J_Funding

CC ID: 1118547
Seq. Order: 74
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of funding affording power to those who can access it.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

43_Knowledge_types

CC ID: 1118548
Seq. Order: 75
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Parent node to various types of knowledge identified during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

43A_Experiential

CC ID: 1118549
Seq. Order: 76
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of experiential knowledge.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

43B_Collaborative

CC ID: 1118550
Seq. Order: 77
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of knowledge that is shared and co-produced between groups (e.g., fishers, scientists, managers).

General Data Type: CHARACTER

43C_Formal

CC ID: 1118551
Seq. Order: 78
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions and perceptions of the knowledge held by scientists and managers, acquired through research or formal education.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

43D_Inherited

CC ID: 1118552
Seq. Order: 79
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of knowledge that is passed from fisher to fisher, often between generations.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

43E_Bioecological

CC ID: 1118553
Seq. Order: 80
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of knowledge contributing to bioecological understanding.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

43F_Cultural

CC ID: 1118554
Seq. Order: 81
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of cultural knowledge.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

50_Insights_from_outside

CC ID: 1118555
Seq. Order: 82
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Descriptions of fisheries (management) and the marine environment from Hawai'i-external geographies.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90_Institutions

CC ID: 1118556
Seq. Order: 83
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Index of institutions discussed during interviews.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90A_DLNR

CC ID: 1118557
Seq. Order: 84
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to the Hawai'i State Department of Land and Natural Resources during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90B_WPRFMC

CC ID: 1118558
Seq. Order: 85
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to the Western Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Council during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90C_NOAA

CC ID: 1118559
Seq. Order: 86
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90D_HFACT

CC ID: 1118560
Seq. Order: 87
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to HFACT during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90E_TNC

CC ID: 1118561
Seq. Order: 88
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to The Nature Conservancy during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90F_PIFG

CC ID: 1118562
Seq. Order: 89
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to the Pacific Islands Fisheries Group during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90G_West_Hawaii_Fishery_Council

CC ID: 1118563
Seq. Order: 90
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to the West Hawai'i Fishery Council during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90H_Coast_Guard

CC ID: 1118564
Seq. Order: 91
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to the Coast Guard during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

90I_Hawaii_Boating_Association

CC ID: 1118565
Seq. Order: 92
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

References made to the Hawai'i Boating Association during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

91_Names

CC ID: 1118566
Seq. Order: 93
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Index of names brought up regularly during interviews Child nodes hidden from Codebook for confidentiality.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

92_Stories

CC ID: 1118567
Seq. Order: 94
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Tracking node for noteworthy stories encountered during interview.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

93_Quotes

CC ID: 1118568
Seq. Order: 95
Data Storage Type: CHARACTER
Max Length: 22
Required: No
Primary Key: No
Status: Active
Description:

Tracking node for illustrative quotes that emerged from interviews.

General Data Type: CHARACTER

Catalog Details

Catalog Item ID: 66260
GUID: gov.noaa.nmfs.inport:66260
Metadata Record Created By: Brent M Miyamoto
Metadata Record Created: 2021-12-23 00:10+0000
Metadata Record Last Modified By: SysAdmin InPortAdmin
Metadata Record Last Modified: 2022-08-09 17:11+0000
Metadata Record Published: 2022-01-05
Owner Org: PIFSC
Metadata Publication Status: Published Externally
Do Not Publish?: N
Metadata Last Review Date: 2022-01-05
Metadata Review Frequency: 1 Year
Metadata Next Review Date: 2023-01-05