CASE STUDIES - BalticRIM WP 3: GoA 3.4/O3.4.

Abstract: 

This is a complimentary exercise in order to trace the progress and the level of UCH/MCH topic integration into the official MSP. Case studies do reflect the changes while understanding, recognizing and utilizing the underwater cultural heritage objects as a sensitive and valuable assets and further more – guides through the different levels of UCH/MCH recognition, classification, regulatory framework and formal introduction into the planning documents on the equal rights as other sea uses are. Description of the BalticRIM project case studies aims to show the status before and progress after the project implementation.  

Sea Basin(s): 
Year: 
2020
Application in MSP: 
Applied in an MSP process
Sectors: 
Under water cultural heritage
Type of Issue: 
Coexistence of uses
Cross-border cooperation
Data
Sea-basin cooperation
Type of practice: 
Guidance
Handbook
Stage of MSP cycle: 
Analyse spatial aspects
Cross-border / trans-national aspect: 
Yes
Coherence with other processes: 
Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Marine Strategy Framework Directive

Questions this practice may help answer: 

What is the progress and the level of UCH/MCH topic integration into the official MSPs of the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea?

Implementation Context: 

The Case Studies Internal Status Report is implemented within a framework of the BalticRIM WP 3: GoA 3.4/O3.4, coordinated by the Coastal Research and Planning Institute.  

Aspects / Objectives: 

Case study description should help understanding - what is/was the status before the project is started, what are the initiatives/activities planned within the project framework, what results are to be expected at the end of the project. 

Method: 

The Case Studies include an area description, main characteristics of a UCH site, methods applied during a site investigation, and a short progress summary.

Main Outputs / Results: 

The report allows tracing the progress and the level of UCH/MCH topic integration into the official MSPs of the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea. Description of the case studies aims to show the status before and progress after the project implementation.  

Transferability: 

The methodology described can be applied for similar studies in other regions.

Responsible Entity: 

Coastal Research and Planning Institute. 

Costs / Funding Source: 

The report is developed within the framework of the BalticRIM project sponsored by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014-2020. 

Contact person:

Coastal Research and Planning Institute. 

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