With the enactment of the European Maritime Spatial Planning Directive many coastal Member States are confronted with the challenge of applying Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEAs) in the context of setting up marine spatial plans for the fi
Marine Policy, Volume 130
Marine Policy, Volume 124
A new proposed framework to assess sustainability impacts of maritime spatial plans (MSP-SA) utilises the ecosystem service (ES) concept to address the often-lacking social sustainability of the plans.
Marine Policy, Volume 129
In the last four decades there has been a significant increase in experiences to implement marine spatial planning and the interest of the scientific community in evaluating the impacts of these policies.
International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications ICCSA 2020: Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2020 pp 394-404
Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) requires the analysis of the spatial distribution of marine uses and environmental conditions.
Ecological Indicators, Volume 108
The Lithuanian sea space belongs to the smallest sea areas in Europe.
Ocean & Coastal Management Volume 209
The implementation of marine spatial plans as required by the Directive on Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) of the European Union (EU) poses novel demands for the development of decision support tools (DST).
Transaction in GIS
Maritime spatial planning (MSP) needs tools to facilitate discussions and manage spatial data in collaborative workshops that involve actors with various backgrounds and expertise.
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This article contributes to the accelerating development of methods for sustainability assessment (SA) to support maritime spatial planning (MSP), by proposing an ecosystem services based framework for SA.
European directives, such as the Water Framework Directive and Marine Strategy Directive, require member states to reach good ecological status in their coastal and inland waters. In the Baltic Sea this goal has not yet been achieved.
Baltic Blue Growth
This report is the summary of key findings from the Baltic Blue Growth project which aims to remove nutrients from the Baltic Sea Region by farming and harvesting blue mussels.
This report illustrates the solutions of the BalticRIM project that brings those in charge of Maritime Cultural Heritage (MCH) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) from seven countries around the Baltic Sea, including the Russian Federation, togeth
We report the developments and results of the ECOMAR project, which have taken place 2018-2020 and was funded by THE VELUX FOUNDATIONS.