In the framework of Protomedea and Marisca projects, a study aiming to map and categorize Fisheries Restricted Areas (FRAs) in the Aegean Sea was conducted. Results of the study were published in Mediterranean Marine Science.
Please note that as of 30 June, the EU MSP Platform website is no longer being updated with new information. Updates are expected to resume in the near future.
The MedSea Checkpoint project is a pilot launched by DG MARE designed to assess the usage of available data in answering questions about the Mediterranean Sea. Alongside its counterpart, North Sea Checkpoint, it was launched in November 2013.
PEGASO Spatial data Infrastructure (SDI) is a distributed data sharing infrastructure made up of GeoNodes composed of three main components: a Map Viewer, a Data Catalogue and a Map Atlas.
EMODNet Human Activities Portal provides information on the geographical position, spatial extent and attributes of a wide range of marine and maritime human activities throughout Europe.
The European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) is a centralised gateway of marine data, products and metadata being assembled by more than 160 local, national, regional and international organisations. EMODNet Data Portals provide acc
IRIS-SES - Integrated Regional monitoring Implementation Strategy in the South European Seas
The aim is to develop decision-making tools for integrated environmental monitoring for the MSFD to support management of human activities and their effects in EU marine waters and scope the potential for joint programs (within and between Member
SISQUONOR and Aquaspace
SISAQUA’s main objective is to contribute to the planning of aquaculture activities in Normandy region (France).
Netherlands - MSP
Online portal for access to data on activities in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
In this study, the distribution of benthic microalgae and invertebrates was mapped using a combination of diving, remote underwater video and airborne remote sensing in a brackish water habitat.
Emilia Romagna Region
SIC has been developed in order to organize and make accessible in a GIS system a wide set of data on the coastal and marine area.
The "Adriatic Atlas to support ICZM and MSP" is the first Web Atlas for the Adriatic Sea that was developed, within the Shape project, through a cross-border approach (involving Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro and Albania).
Web-GIS services were used to dynamically visualise conflicting interactions and derive density activity maps and/or conflicts maps.