Category Archives: 2012

Why one size won’t fit all: Marine Spatial Planning in Belgium and Dorset

Why one size won’t fit all: Marine Spatial Planning in Belgium and Dorset Summary: Combining Sea and Coastal Planning in Europe (C-SCOPE) is a European collaboration between the Dorset Coast Forum (DCF) and The Coordination Centre on Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Belgium, funded by the EU Interreg IV A ‘Two Seas’ programme. Authors: C-Scope Date: 2012 Geography: INT-European

East Inshore and East Offshore Marine Plan Areas Evidence and Issues: Overview Report 2012

East Inshore and East Offshore Marine Plan Areas Evidence and Issues: Overview Report 2012 Summary: This report is a collation and assessment of the evidence and issues for the East Inshore and East Offshore marine plan areas (see Figure 1.1). It serves both the planning process (see section 1.5) and the linked sustainability appraisal (SA) process

Mapping Cumulative Impacts of Human Activities on Marine Ecosystems

Mapping Cumulative Impacts of Human Activities on Marine Ecosystems Summary: Given the diversity of human uses and natural resources that converge in coastal waters, the potential independent and cumulative impacts of those uses on marine ecosystems are important to consider during ocean planning. This study was designed to support the development and implementation of the…… Authors: Kappel,

Planning Process Overview

Planning Process Overview Summary: A new approach, coastal and marine spatial planning (CMSP), aims to distribute and accommodate both traditional and emerging ocean activities to produce sustainable economic and social benefits while minimizing spatial conflicts and environmental impacts. Authors: SeaPlan Date: 2012 Geography: USA-National Source or Agency: Not Applicable Organization: SeaPlan Document Type: Training and Tools

Rhode Island OSAMP: Other Future Uses presentation

Rhode Island OSAMP: Other Future Uses presentation Summary: This power point covers the following topics, use for mining, use for LNG facilities, use for marine conservation and fisheries enhancement, befouling control by shellfish harvesting, use for aquaculture developments, and expansion of ecotourism and underwater cemeteries. Authors: Costa-Pierce, B.A. Date: 2012 Geography: USA-Rhode Island Source or Agency: Not Applicable Organization: Coastal Resources

Bibliography

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COASTAL AND MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING REFERENCE MATERIALS You may search for materials in the following ways: 1. A Keyword publication search (e.g., author, title, year).  The search bar is in the upper right hand corner of the screen. 2. Using the Publications Search drop down menus, above.  Please note that in order to search by geography,