Monitoring and evaluation of spatially managed areas in the real world: lessons learnt from the MESMA case studies

Jan Vanaverbeke, Kristian Hostens, Lene Buhl-Mortensen, Sandy Kerr

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    Within MESMA, tools are developed to evaluate spatially managed areas (see WS 2, 3 and 5) which resulted in the final MESMA product (WS 1). During the development phase, these needed to be tested for their generic applicability in the real world. Therefore, 9 MESMA CS needed to be selected, reflecting the wide variety of European SMAs. During this workshop, we will introduce how these case studies were selected, and how they represent European marine waters. We will report on the use of the framework for real world cases, report on the problems encountered and highlight the strength of the framework. Particular focus will be on the collection of data needed to use the MESMA tools, and whether the absence of data actually hinders its use.
    Furthermore, we will discuss the role of social sciences, based on a case study dealing with the installation of marine renewable energy.
    TaalEngels
    Aantal pagina's1
    StatusGepubliceerd - 9-okt-2013
    EvenementMESMA Final Event - Lissabon, Portugal
    Duur: 8-okt-201310-okt-2013

    Symposium

    SymposiumMESMA Final Event
    LandPortugal
    StadLissabon
    Periode8/10/1310/10/13

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