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
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German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency ( Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrologie )
The German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) has developed a geodata infrastructure called GeoSeaPortal to accommodate the increasing demand for marine information and geodata.
As main output of the SNIMar project, which aims to develop a technological solution (a geoportal) that will gather and display the infor
The AMAre Geoportal was developed within the Interreg-MED project AMAre, to provide a spatial database to store, manage and share data on four MPAs involved in the project (Sporades, Malta, Balearic Islands and Torre Guaceto).
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.
This action aims at contributing to the development of an integrated observing system for the whole Mediterranean Sea building on existing facilities (remote sensing and in-situ) and initiatives, and addressing both the open sea and the coastal zo
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).
Recommendations for types of data to use in MSP, geographic coverage, mechanisms for collection & dissemination