Due to the present and future demand for marine resources and space, human activities in the marine environment are expected to increase, which will generate higher pressures on marine ecosystems, as well as competition and conflicts among marine
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology
The characterization of the seafloor is a fundamental first step in informing resource management, marine spatial planning, conservation, fisheries, industry and research.
The tool was developed within the framework of the BalticRIM project that brings together those respsonsible for maritime cultural heritage (MCH) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) from seven countries around the Baltic Sea, including the Russian
As part of the BalticRIM WP2 on MSP-related mapping of maritime cultural heritage, this internal status report provides information on the methodology and obstacles relating to the task 2.3 on schematisation of Cultural Heritage assets.
The document provides recommendations for structuring the datasets for Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) based on scientific literature, reports of MSP projects conducted in the Baltic Sea region (BSR), documents prepared by the HELCOM-VASAB Maritime
Marine Institute EMFF 2014 - 2020
The web application provides free access to the fisheries data with the focus on biological parameters.
Environmental Science and Policy, 106 (2020), 125-135
The study proposes a new approach to Cumulative Effect Assessment (CEA), using the best data available.
JNCC (Joint Nature Conservation Committee)
The map represents an interactive resource containing information on 355 Marine Protected Areas (MPA) designated in the UK and Crown Dependency waters.
SEO Bird Life
Mapping bird sensitivity to marine oil pollution.
The Marine Information and Data Centre serves as a platform where interested parties, professionals and government authorities can find information.
These reports focus on data exchanges using Marine Spatial Data Infrastructure (MSDI) and INSPIRE protocols to support interoperability of data, metadata, data portals and availability of Web Services, for meeting data and information requirements
This paper presents the recommendations, which have been derived from the analyses and activities carried out during the Baltic LINes’ project implementation.