Options for delivering Ecoystem-based Marine Mangament. Identification and management of the main human activities that compromise the operational objectives

G.J. Piet, R.H. Jongbloed, A.J. Paijmans

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Abstract

Two aims of ODEMM WP4 , “Management Strategies” is to: - Develop a range of realistically feasible management strategies or options for these activities, using different types of measures and tools, to achieve regional Operational Objectives; - Apply a formal evaluation of these management strategies using a Management Strategy Evaluation (MSE) tool. The Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) identified the following marine regions: - the Baltic Sea; - North-east Atlantic Ocean; - Mediterranean Sea; - the Black Sea. This document combines Milestones 6, 7 and 8. Milestone 6 is a summary report showing the human activities revealed to be most likely to compromise the achievement of operational objectives in each region. Milestone 7 is a report detailing the indicators and management measures selected for each of the major issues highlighted in each regional sea. Milestone 8 comprises a list of possible management strategies for each of the selected operational objectives in each region. These milestones are reported together in this document because the work in these milestones is complementary and the combined reporting allows an overall synthesis of the work done so far.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrussel
PublisherEuropean Commission
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameReport / European Commission
PublisherEuropean Commission

Keywords

  • marine ecology
  • aquatic ecosystems
  • strategic management
  • conservation areas
  • human activity
  • marine fisheries
  • databases
  • regions
  • northeast atlantic
  • mediterranean sea
  • black sea

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