Practices

The Practices database is continuously optimised in order to ensure that search queries produce the most accurate results and new practice descriptions are added on a regular basis. Select relevant filters in the search boxes or enter the title of a practice or a  keyword in the freetext searchbox.

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HELCOM Data and Map portal

The HELCOM Data and Map service is a Baltic Sea oriented online mapping tool combining spatial data from different HELCOM thematic map portals.

BALANCE

This practice provides the first Baltic Sea Oxygen Maps and analyses the depletion in oxygen concentration in the entire Sea and specific areas.

HELCOM Secretariat

This online tool allows for comparison of shipping traffic intensity in the Baltic Sea by ship type and date.

BaltSeaPlan

Within the BaltSeaPlan project, MSP processes were applied in eight distinct pilot areas throughout the Baltic Sea Region.

BaltSeaPlan, The Key to Governing the Fragile Baltic Sea

The BaltSeaplan Vision shows how MSP processes would impact upon the planning of the Baltic Sea by 2030 esp. in relation to shipping, fishery, offshore energy and environmental planning.

BaltSeaPlan

The web application for MSP developed in the framework of the BaltSeaPlan project and based on Boundary-GIS Geoportal is a supporting tool which should facilitate stakeholder involvement.

Seanergy 2020

The study provides an overview of relevant legal and governance barriers to transnational maritime spatial planning.

Baltic LINes

The Baltic LINes project (2016-2019) aimed to increase transnational coherence of shipping routes and energy corridors in Maritime Spatial Plans (MSP).

MESMA

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

SIMNORAT

This case study seeks to explore tools, methods and data to assess environmental effects of maritime uses in the context of MSP and transboundary issues.

BaltSeaPlan

This easy-to-read / non-scientific brochure developed by the WWF uses an engaging, funny "comic" format to depicts the objectives and possible benefits of an MSP process.

Think Tank North Sea

The Belgian State Secretary for the North Sea, attached to the Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health, has overseen the development of a Long term Vision Document for the Belgian Part of the North Sea 2050 through an integrated and participa