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GAP2 is building upon the success of GAP1, an 18 months project running from 2007 to 2009, also funded by the European Commission’s FP7 programme.
The project investigated four economically important fish species from the North and South of Europe: North Sea sandeel, Icelandic capelin, Black Sea anchovy and Black Sea sprat.
GPS Azores Project will contribute to fill a knowledge gap on maritime existing and potential uses; on conflicts “uses-uses”‖ and “uses-environment”‖, and on existing and potential and on Best Sustainable Development Scenarios for Maritime Spatial
GRASS aims to close the legislative gap for macroalgae cultivation in order to facilitate its introduction to the market as food, energy and consumables, such as plastics.
The main objectives of the Scheme are to set long term orientations of the use of the different sectors to tackle the social (ensuring social and generation mix, protecting the access to the sea and allowing the urban development), economic (marine farming, fisheries) and environmental (protecting the fragile ecosystem) challenges.
The project aims to support objectives assigned in the Horizontal Action (HA) “Spatial Planning” of the EUSBSR, co-led by HELCOM and VASAB and it builds on the coordination activities started within the previous HASPS projects: 
The main objective of the HAZADR project is the establishment of a cross-border network for the prevention of risk and for the early management of emergencies related to pollution of the Adriatic Sea and its coasts.
The HERAS project searches for the underwater heritage along the cross-border marine area from Constanta (RO) to Kaliakra (BG), by joint teams of highly-qualified experts, for the (future) benefit and welfare of local communities.
Coastal areas provide habitat for a great variety of living organisms and are valuable parts of the Baltic Sea environment. They are also important areas for human activities and as such of high economic interest.
HiSea is an EU-funded project that aims to develop, test and demonstrate information services that provides high resolution data of water quality at sea.
Better spatial planning is needed to reduce further deterioration of ecological conditions of the Baltic Sea. Special attention has to be paid to the most vulnerable coastal and archipelago areas.