Biodiversity

Adriplan, Ritmare, Supreme, Erasmus Mundus Master Course on MSP

Marxan software and its advanced version Marxan with Zones, developed by the University of Queensland, were implemented and applied to the Adriatic-Ionian Region (AIR) and to the subarea of the Italian Emilia Romagna Region (RER).

MARMONI

This practice researches the overlap between the MSFD and other EU and international laws and agreements. It investigates where do synergies exist and includes the opinions of international experts in the Baltic Sea Region.

MARMONI

The MARMONI project included research on developing idicators for the assessment of the state of marine biodiversity, which is a very new and developing topic in the first decade of the 21st century in the Baltic Sea Region.

Maritime Spatial Plan for the German EEZ in the Baltic Sea

The SEA is part of the Maritime Spatial Plan for the German EEZ (Baltic Sea). It assesses biotic and abiotic conditions of the marine environment and describes the impacts of prospective uses.

DEVOTES

One of the main objectives of the DEVOTES Project was to develop, test and validate innovative integrative modelling and monitoring tools to improve our understanding of ecosystem and biodiversity changes, for integration into a unique and holistic assessment.

MESMA

The MESMA framework is a stepwise approach to systematically monitor, evaluate and develop spatial management plans in different marine areas.

HISPARES

This study is the first attempt to apply the SVH in the marine environment using hyperspectral imagery recorded by Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager (CASI).

Alboran

Geoportal on natural resources and biodiversity of the Alboran Sea. It includes the following 3 preconfigured maps: natural features and human activites, preasures and impacts and protection and conservation.

ALBORAN

The Alboran Sea is one of the points with the greatest biodiversity of the Mediterranean Sea but also is one of the world's busiest shipping routes.