SIMNORAT & SIMWESTMED conducted the review and comparison of cumulative impact assessment tools across the countries included in the project.
Science of the Total Environment 639 (1088-1098)
The authors developed and tested an approach to identifying priority areas for conservation that are less impacted by human activities than other areas.
This report presents a first attempt to map human activities, pressures and potential cumulative impacts in the eastern parts of the North Sea. The mapping is based on existing data on human activities in Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden.
The AquaSpace tool was developed within the EU Horizon 2020 project AquaSpace in order to achieve an effective implementation of MSP for aquaculture by adopting an Ecosystem Approach to Aquaculture (EAA).
Ritmare - ICZM-MSP In the Adriatic-Ionian Region
The proposals for ICZM-MSP for the Emilia Romagna Region were formulated within the Italian National Project RITMARE.
MARISCA - Maritime Spatial Planning for the protection and conservation of the biodiversity in the Aegean Sea
A big amount of data about the ecological and socio-economic features of the Aegean Sea was collected by the MARISCA project through a wide range of sources, in order to map the spatial distribution of vulnerable habitats and species as well as of
This report presents the outcomes of a workshop led by ICES on risk management in MSP, particularly focussing on a method called ‘Bow-Tie Analysis'.
ADRIPLAN and Ritmare
The Cumulative Impact is the main methodological tool used in ADRIPLAN to evaluate the potential impact of maritime activities on the environment.