Puerto Rico's Department of Natural and Environmental Resources requested that an inventory be taken of marinas located on Puerto Rico . The data collected is then placed into a database that can assist the DNER in conducting a number of analyses. This study examines background information associated with marinas, the methods of data collection and evaluation that we used, as well as our findings, conclusions, and results. As a part of our project we traveled to every marina, collected data through interviews and made observation, and then placed that data into our database. Using these tools the DNER can then make policy recommendations for future marina expansion and concession payments.
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