With expanding human uses of sea space, the role of marine/maritime spatial planning (MSP) in supporting their sustainable co-existence and synergies, while preserving marine ecosystems, becomes an increasingly challenging task.
underwater cultural heritage
Marine Policy - Volume 136
This report is developed within the framework of the MARSPLAN-BS-II project that supports coherent, cross-sectoral Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in Bulgaria and Romania, under the framework of MSP Directive 2014/89/EU, establishing a stable mech
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
The tool was developed within the framework of the BalticRIM project that brings together those respsonsible for maritime cultural heritage (MCH) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) from seven countries around the Baltic Sea, including the Russian
The ParticipatoryGIS is developed within a framework of the BalticRIM project that brings together those responsible for Maritime Cultural Heritage (MCH) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) from seven countries around the Baltic Sea, including the
Underwater cultural heritage (UCH) constitutes an invaluable asset, which is lately being challenged by the blue growth trend that cannot be easily reconciled with the goal of UCH preservation and promotion.
The status report was developed within the framework of the BalticRim project. The document provides an overview of socio-economic aspects and management issues when linking maritime and underwater cultural heritage (MCH, UCH) with other Blue Econ
The Cultural Heritage Mapping Portal is developed within the context of the PERICLES project, which aims to preserve and sustainably govern cultural heritage and landscapes in European coastal and maritime regions.
Marine archaeologists have developed new techniques and guidelines for locating, assessing and managing Europe’s underwater cultural heritage.
English Heritage (2014): Marine Licensing and England's Historic Environment.
Heritage assets are an irreplaceable resource and can be vulnerable to a wide range of human activities and natural processes. They have therefore been recognised by UK Government policy such as the UK Marine Policy Statement 2011.
Study of Conditions of Spatial Development of Polish Sea Areas Download
Classification of underwater cultural heritage in terms of its usability for development of underwater tourism.