marine management

Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume 155

Determining the overall effects of human activities on the estuaries, seas and coasts, as a precursor to marine management, requires quantifying three aspects.

Ocean & Coastal Management - Volume 197

Marine and estuarine management requires an excellent understanding of the interacting, interrelated and interdependent sub-systems comprising ecological, societal and management complexity.

Globally, ecosystem-based marine spatial planning has become a useful instrument to coordinate the planning of different authorities. This, for balancing different requirements when managing marine areas and space.

Journal of Applied Ecology Volume 57, Issue 3

Connectivity of marine populations and ecosystems is crucial to maintaining and enhancing their structure, distribution, persistence, resilience and productivity.

SNIMAR Project

As main output of the SNIMar project, which aims to develop a technological solution (a geoportal) that will gather and display the infor


The MESMA framework is a stepwise approach to systematically monitor, evaluate and develop spatial management plans in different marine areas.


Application to share analytical methods, tools and geodatabase to support application of the MESMA framework.