Marine spatial planning (MSP) has become the most adopted approach for sustainable marine governance.
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Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning
Irish Geography, 52(2), 213-233.
The study shows how the same border may have different qualities accross an institutional context following Brexit.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf science Volume 201 (2018), 105-113
While several scientific studies highlight the strong relation between fisheries and MSP, as well as ways in which fisheries could be included in MSP, the actual integration of fisheries into the planning process often fails.
The study identifies and describes a number of tools and approaches used in MSP in order to address multi-level, policy and sector, stakeholder and knowledge integration.
The study provides a design and method for evaluating MSP and its implementation within the context of governance (Sustainability of Governance (SoG)).
Discusses integration challenges in MSP and develops a tentative typology of challenges associated with integration and a methodology for researching them, by developing a framework for analysing integration challenges for various context and basi