Results

Activity 2: Outcomes of the assessments for multi-disciplinary and multi-state programmes.

Activity 2: Outcomes of the assessments for multi-disciplinary and multi-state programmes.

This is IRIS-SES 2nd deliverable that includes an extensive document on the issues related to spatial and temporal extent of the natural variability with the focus of the water column and the seabed habitats descriptors D1, D5, D6 (with practical example reported), together with the description of the gap-analysis on the existing institutional data on(…)

Activity 3: Adaptation and development of Intelligent Tools.

Activity 3: Adaptation and development of Intelligent Tools.

This is IRIS-SES 3rd deliverable that includes the development of tools and/or the adaptation of tools that support the MSFD implementation process relating to monitoring. The work of this activity has developed a GIS platform to be used for the MSFD descriptors D5, D8, D9, together with a decision making tool mainly for stakeholders that(…)

Activity 4: Optimization and adaptation to MSFD requirements of ongoing joint marine monitoring in the Mediterranean and Black Sea: planning the future JMPs.

Activity 4: Optimization and adaptation to MSFD requirements of ongoing joint marine monitoring in the Mediterranean and Black Sea: planning the future JMPs.

This is IRIS-SES 4th deliverable which has an extensive document on the decisions adopted by EU and MS authorities for the achievement of GES in the Mediterranean and Black Seas that are based on appropriate scientific information resulted from the analysis of comparable data sets provided by sea-region scale Joint Monitoring Programs. Its outmost result(…)

GIS tools for D5 (eutrophication) and D8/D9 (contaminants) MSFD descriptors

GIS tools for D5 (eutrophication) and D8/D9 (contaminants) MSFD descriptors

A set of GIS tools has been developed to assess the Environmental Status (ES) in respect to eutrophication and contaminants. The concept is to provide a simple yet intelligent tool, to support scientists as well policy makers, managers and stake-holders on the issue. The toolbox has been initially developed as a desktop extension for ArcGIS(…)

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