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SIMNORAT - Bay of Biscay case study - Mapping exposure risk of marine megafauna to concomitant pressures (D16)

Bliard, F.; Dalleau, C.; Quemmerais-Amice, F.; Gimard, A.; Alloncle. N.; Campillos-Llanos, M.; Cervera-Núñez, C.; Gómez-Ballesteros, M.; Grassa, JM.; Lloret, A.; ...
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  • Published: 29 Apr 2019
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Component: 1.3.6. Establishing case studies on approaches to MSP implementation Sub-component: CS#1 Assessment of concomitant pressures in the Bay of Biscay The SIMNORAT case study “Bay of Biscay” aims to demonstrate the cross-border cooperation between Spain and France in a technical analysis to support implementation of maritime spatial planning (MSP). This case study draws perspectives on the evaluation of offshore anthropogenic pressures and their effects on cetaceans and seabirds. These species are common in this area, have a high mobility and face multiple cross-border anthropogenic pressures. Furthermore, they are on the top of the marine food chain and a...
free text keywords: MSP, Maritime Spatial Planning, SIMNORAT, Northern European Atlantic, CEA, cumulative effects assessment, anthropogenic pressures, marine megafauna, Bay of Biscay
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Other literature type . 2019
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