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SIMWESTMED, SUPREME, SIMNORAT

This methodology can be used for the selection of the most appropriate geographical scale for MSP at a national scale in the areas covered in the SUPREME, SIMNORAT and SIMWESTMED cross-border MSP projects.

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This case study presents an analysis and spatial organization proposals for the North Adriatic Sea which includes Land Administrative Boundaries and Sea Administrative Boundaries of the study area.

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This study evaluates the current and potential future trends of maritime sectors and related spatial demands, considering the related cumulative impact analysis in a ”Blue Growth Scenario” in Croatia, Greece, Italy and Slovenia. 

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This study was done to develop a sea basin scale analysis to support the implementation of MSP in the Eastern Mediterranean area covered by the SUPREME project.

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The present case study presents an analysis and spatial organization proposal for the Inner Ionian Sea – Corinthian Gulf, covering an area of about 13,400 km2.

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The present case study includes a general geographical, physical, and environmental overview of the Slovenian territorial sea and its human uses.

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This case study presents an analysis of the Dubrovnik – Neretva County within the spatial planning framework of Croatia.

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This case study was developed as part of the SUPREME project to support EU Member States in the Eastern Mediterranean with MSP Implementation.