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Bathymetry (ImageServer)
Title Bathymetry
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Bathymetric data has been downloaded in ascii format from EMODnet portal http://portal.emodnet-bathymetry.eu/mean-depth-rainbow-colour-ramp-no-land-data?menu=19.Starting from this data we create a raster tif with best characteristics for a fast and accurate bathymetry image web service.
Description
Bathymetric data has been downloaded in ascii format from EMODnet portal http://portal.emodnet-bathymetry.eu/mean-depth-rainbow-colour-ramp-no-land-data?menu=19.Starting from this data we create a raster tif with best characteristics for a fast and accurate bathymetry image web service.
SRS 4326
Extent -36,25.0002180703125,42.9998736,85.0001220703125
Layers
Map Name Marine/Bathymetry
Category
Bathymetry_ETRS89 (ImageServer)
Title Bathymetry_ETRS89
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Bathymetric data has been downloaded in ascii format from EMODnet portal http://portal.emodnet-bathymetry.eu/mean-depth-rainbow-colour-ramp-no-land-data?menu=19.Starting from this data we create a raster tif with best characteristics for a fast and accurate bathymetry image web service.
Description
Bathymetric data has been downloaded in ascii format from EMODnet portal http://portal.emodnet-bathymetry.eu/mean-depth-rainbow-colour-ramp-no-land-data?menu=19.Starting from this data we create a raster tif with best characteristics for a fast and accurate bathymetry image web service.
SRS 3035
Extent -163038.33700261917,239428.39336797502,7639149.813167399,6995027.092674697
Layers
Map Name Marine/Bathymetry_ETRS89
Category
CHASE-based classifications of contaminant status of indicators of biological effects (MapServer)
Title CHASE_contaminants_Biological_effects
Author
Subject Classifications of contaminant status of indicators of biological effects based on CHASE+ methodology.
Keywords EEA,WFD,MSFD,contaminants,biological effects,CHASE,imposex,indicator-based assessment,sea,environmental quality,environmental dangerous substance
Copyright Text European Environment Agency Kongens Nytorv 6, Copenhagen, K, 1050, Denmark
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description

Mapping of contamination 'problem areas' and 'non-problem areas' based on measurements of biological effects.This dataset underpins the findings and cartographic representations published in the report Contaminants in Europe’s seas.

This dataset presents the resulting assessment grid (based on the EEA reference grid) with the classification of chemical status of the transitional, coastal and marine waters in the context of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). This classification has been performed using the CHASE+ tool, with classifications of the of contaminant status of indicators of biological effects. The status is evaluated in five classes, where NPAhigh and NPAgood are recognised as ‘non-problem areas’ and PAmoderate, PApoor and PAbad are recognised as ‘problem areas’.

Monitoring biological effects is restricted to a fewindicators(e.g. imposex)and data coverage is currently limited.Biological effects have thus been addressed in only 134 assessment units, mostly in the Baltic Sea, the North Sea and the North-East Atlantic Ocean.

See the EEA report “Contaminants in Europe’s seas” (No 25/2018) for further information.

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -1144373.9644999988,4498424.976599999,2134780.6383000016,8298280.275899999
Layers CHASE classification of biological effects of contaminant status
Map Name Layers
Category
CHASE based classification of contaminant status of Biota (MapServer)
Title CHASE_contaminants_Biota
Author
Subject Classifications of contaminant status of 'biota' based on CHASE+ methodology.
Keywords EEA,WFD,MSFD,contaminants,biota,CHASE,metals,other organohalogens,PCB,PAH,organochlorines,organotins,indicator-based assessment,sea,marine biota,environmental quality,environmental dangerous substance
Copyright Text European Environment Agency, Kongens Nytorv 6, Copenhagen, K, 1050, Denmark
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Mapping of contamination 'problem areas' and ‘non-problem areas’ based on measurements in the matrix 'biota'.This dataset underpins the findings and cartographic representations published in the report Contaminants in Europe’s seas. This dataset presents the resulting assessment grid (based on the EEA reference grid) with the classification of chemical status of the transitional, coastal and marine waters in the context of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). This classification has been performed using the CHASE+ tool, with classifications of the biota matric. The chemical status is evaluated in five classes, where NPAhigh and NPAgood are recognised as ‘non-problem areas’ and PAmoderate, PApoor and PAbad are recognised as ‘problem areas’. Monitoring and assessment for the matrix 'biota' has been carried out in the North-East Atlantic Ocean (482 assessment units), Baltic sea (198 assessment units), Mediterranean Sea (161 assessment units) and Black sea (12 assessment units). See the EEA report “Contaminants in Europe’s seas” (No 25/2018) for further information as well as examples of classification excluding specific groups of substances(e.g. metals, PBDEs).
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3184138.067499999,4101238.7973000035,4676537.052200001,14543661.770999998
Layers CHASE classification of contaminant status in biota
Map Name Layers
Category
CHASE based classification of contaminant status of Seawater (MapServer)
Title CHASE_contaminants_Seawater
Author
Subject Classifications of contaminant status of 'seawater' based on CHASE+ methodology.
Keywords EEA,WFD,MSFD,contaminants,seawater,CHASE,metals,other organohalogens,PCB,PAH,organochlorines,organotins,indicator-based assessment,sea,marine biota,environmental quality,environmental dangerous substance
Copyright Text European Environment Agency, Kongens Nytorv 6, Copenhagen, K, 1050, Denmark
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Mapping of contamination 'problem areas'and ‘non-problem areas’ based on measurements in the matrix 'seawater'.This dataset underpins the findings and cartographic representations published in the report Contaminants in Europe’s seas. This dataset presents the resulting assessment grid (based on the EEA reference grid) with the classification of chemical status of the transitional, coastal and marine waters in the context of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). This classification has been performed using the CHASE+ tool, with classifications of the seawater matric. The chemical status is evaluated in five classes, where NPAhigh and NPAgood are recognised as ‘non-problem areas’ and PAmoderate, PApoor and PAbad are recognised as ‘problem areas’. Data coverage for coastal waters is reasonably good for the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the North-East Atlantic Ocean and the southern Baltic Sea. Poor coverage is found in some northern parts of the Baltic Sea, the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea and also in western parts of the Mediterranean Sea. Data coverage for offshore waters is good in the North Sea and in western parts of the Black Sea. See the EEA report “Contaminants in Europe’s seas” (No 25/2018) for further information as well as examples of classification excluding specific groups of substances(e.g. metals, PBDEs).
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -1201404.886,3964689.6445000023,4666230.326699998,9216757.389799997
Layers CHASE classification of contaminant status in seawater
Map Name Layers
Category
CHASE based classification of contaminant status of Sediments (MapServer)
Title CHASE_contaminants_Sediments
Author
Subject Classifications of contaminant status of 'sediments' based on CHASE+ methodology.
Keywords EEA,WFD,MSFD,contaminants,seawater,CHASE,metals,other organohalogens,PCB,PAH,organochlorines,organotins,indicator-based assessment,sea,marine biota,environmental quality,environmental dangerous substance
Copyright Text European Environment Agency Kongens Nytorv 6, Copenhagen, K, 1050, Denmark
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Mapping of contamination 'problem areas' and ‘non-problem areas’ based on measurements in the matrix 'sediments'. This dataset underpins the findings and cartographic representations published in the report Contaminants in Europe’s seas. This dataset presents the resulting assessment grid (based on the EEA reference grid) with the classification of chemical status of the transitional, coastal and marine waters in the context of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). This classification has been performed using the CHASE+ tool, with classifications of the sediments matric. The chemical status is evaluated in five classes, where NPAhigh and NPAgood are recognised as ‘non-problem areas’ and PAmoderate, PApoor and PAbad are recognised as ‘problem areas’. Most countries in Europe include marine sedimentsin long-term monitoring activities. Consequently, thedata coverage is good, especially in southern parts ofthe Baltic Sea, the North Sea, the Celtic Sea, the Bay ofBiscay, western parts of the Black Sea and the coastalwaters of France, Italy and Portugal. The number of assessment units monitored and classified in the North-East Atlantic Ocean is 511. In the Mediterranean Sea, the number of assessment units is 153. Baltic Sea sediments are monitored on 97 assessment units while only 19 areas are assessed in the Black Sea. See the EEA report “Contaminants in Europe’s seas” (No 25/2018) for further information as well as examples of classification excluding specific groups of substances (e.g. metals, PBDEs).
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -1147952.4433000013,4222720.038999997,4596161.9146,13960422.121100001
Layers CHASE classification of contaminant status in sediments
Map Name Layers
Category
CHASE based classification of ’problem areas’ and ’non-problem areas’ (MapServer)
Title CHASE_contaminants_sum_of_all
Author
Subject Classifications of ’problem areas’ and ’non-problem areas’ in Europe’s seas, based on CHASE+ classification.
Keywords EEA,WFD,MSFD,contaminants,seawater,biota,biological effects,sediments,CHASE,metals,other organohalogens,PCB,PAH,organochlorines,organotins,indicator-based assessment,sea,marine biota,environmental quality,environmental dangerous substance
Copyright Text European Environment Agency, Kongens Nytorv 6, Copenhagen, K, 1050, Denmark
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Identification of potential contamination 'problem areas' and 'non-problem areas' based application of the CHASE+ methodology. The CHASE+ tool, combines the classifications of the matrices 'water', 'sediment'and 'biota' with indicators of 'biological effects' in anintegrated classification of chemical status. Chemical status is evaluated in five classes, where NPAhigh andNPAgood are recognised as 'non-problem areas' andPAmoderate, PApoor and PAbad are recognised as 'problem areas'. This dataset underpins the findings and cartographic representations published in the report Contaminants in Europe’s seas. This dataset presents the resulting assessment grid (based on the EEA reference grid) with the classification of chemical status of the transitional, coastal and marine waters in the context of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). The overall area of interest used is based on the marine regions and subregions under the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. Additionally, Norwegian (Barent Sea and Norwegian Sea) and Icelandic waters (’Iceland Sea’) have been added (see Surrounding seas of Europe). Note that within the North East Atlantic region only the subregions within EEZ boundaries (~200 nm) have been included. A total of 1 541 assessment units have been assessed. All regional seas are covered by this thematic assessment of contaminants in Europe's seas. See the EEA report “Contaminants in Europe’s seas” (No 25/2018) for further information as well as examples of classification excluding specific groups of substances (e.g. metals, PBDEs).
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3184138.067499999,3964689.6445000023,4676537.052200001,14543661.770999998
Layers Mapping of ’problem areas’ and ’non-problem areas’ in Europe’s seas, based on CHASE+ classification
Map Name Layers
Category
EEA_coastline_2017 (MapServer)
Title EEA_coastline_2017
Author
Subject The criteria for defining the coastline is the line separating water from land. The EEA coastline is a product derived from two sources: EUHYDRO and GSHHG.
Keywords EUHYDRO,coastline,elevation,EU-DEM,oceans,marine
Copyright Text EEA
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
The EEA coastline dataset is created for detailed analysis with a Minimum Mapping Unit of e.g. 1:100000, for geographical Europe. The coastline is a hybrid product obtained from satellite imagery from two projects: 1) EUHYDRO (Pan-European hydrographic and drainage database) [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-hydro/view] and 2) GSHHG (A Global Self-consistent, Hierarchical, High-resolution Geography Database)[http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/pwessel/gshhg/]. The defining criteria was altitude level = 0 from EUDEM [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-dem/view].
Description
The EEA coastline dataset is created for detailed analysis with a Minimum Mapping Unit of e.g. 1:100000, for geographical Europe. The coastline is a hybrid product obtained from satellite imagery from two projects: 1) EUHYDRO (Pan-European hydrographic and drainage database) [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-hydro/view] and 2) GSHHG (A Global Self-consistent, Hierarchical, High-resolution Geography Database)[http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/pwessel/gshhg/]. The defining criteria was altitude level = 0 from EUDEM [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-dem/view].
SRS 102100
Extent -3481571.6416582535,2152156.0286812806,7673404.562432188,16850435.584138595
Layers EEA coastline for analysis (polygon) - version 3.0, March 2017
Map Name EEA Coastline
Category
EEA_coastline_v2017 (MapServer)
Title EEA_coastline_v2017
Author
Subject The criteria for defining the coastline is the line separating water from land. The EEA coastline is a product derived from two sources: EUHYDRO and GSHHG.
Keywords EUHYDRO,coastline,elevation,EU-DEM,oceans,marine
Copyright Text EEAEEA
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
The EEA coastline dataset is created for detailed analysis with a Minimum Mapping Unit of e.g. 1:100000, for geographical Europe. The coastline is a hybrid product obtained from satellite imagery from two projects: 1) EUHYDRO (Pan-European hydrographic and drainage database) [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-hydro/view] and 2) GSHHG (A Global Self-consistent, Hierarchical, High-resolution Geography Database)[http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/pwessel/gshhg/]. The defining criteria was altitude level = 0 from EUDEM [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-dem/view].The EEA coastline dataset is created for detailed analysis with a Minimum Mapping Unit of e.g. 1:100000, for geographical Europe. The coastline is a hybrid product obtained from satellite imagery from two projects: 1) EUHYDRO (Pan-European hydrographic and drainage database) [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-hydro/view] and 2) GSHHG (A Global Self-consistent, Hierarchical, High-resolution Geography Database)[http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/pwessel/gshhg/]. The defining criteria was altitude level = 0 from EUDEM [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-dem/view]. This coastline dataset is in a polyline vector format where it is possible to identify the source of each segment.
Description
The EEA coastline dataset is created for detailed analysis with a Minimum Mapping Unit of e.g. 1:100000, for geographical Europe. The coastline is a hybrid product obtained from satellite imagery from two projects: 1) EUHYDRO (Pan-European hydrographic and drainage database) [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-hydro/view] and 2) GSHHG (A Global Self-consistent, Hierarchical, High-resolution Geography Database)[http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/pwessel/gshhg/]. The defining criteria was altitude level = 0 from EUDEM [http://land.copernicus.eu/pan-european/satellite-derived-products/eu-dem/view]. This coastline dataset is in a polyline format where it is possible to identify the source of each segment.
SRS 102100
Extent -3481571.6416582535,2152156.0286812796,7673404.562432187,16850435.584138595
Layers EEA coastline for analysis - version 3.0, March 2017
Map Name EEA Coastline
Category
Marine regions and subregions of MSFD Article 4 (MapServer)
Title EuropeSeas_2018
Author
Subject The MSFD defines four marine regions where the Directive is to be implemented, among which 2 of them are further divided in 4 subregions each. This map represents those regions and subregions, and the metadata provide the necessary context for the use of the map and the common understanding of the delimitation of the features.
Keywords marine,regions,MSFD
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM, EC
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description

In the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), four marine regions are listed (art. 4). The North-east Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea marine regions are both further divided into four subregions. The marine regions and subregions include:

  • The Baltic Sea

  • The North-east Atlantic Ocean

    • The Greater North Sea, including the Kattegat and the English Channel

    • The Celtic Seas

    • The Bay of Biscay and the Iberian Coast

    • Macaronesia

  • The Mediterranean Sea

    • The Western Mediterranean Sea

    • The Adriatic Sea

    • The Ionian Sea and the Central Mediterranean Sea

    • The Aegean-Levantine Sea

  • The Black Sea

This map has been developed to support DG Environment and EU Member States in their implementation of the MSFD. It represents the current state of understanding of the marine regions and subregions and is subject to amendment in light of any new information which may be received.

Description
The present layer provides the spatial extent of Europe's seas, including the MSFD regions and subregions, as agreed by the MSFD Committee in November 2016.
SRS 102100
Extent -4898057.594915158,2825902.7778081107,7635313.439861987,30240971.95838615
Layers MSFD Mediterranean subregions,MSFD Atlantic subregions,Other surrounding seas of Europe,MSFD Marine regions
Map Name Europe's Seas
Category
Marine Protected Areas in the EU's waters (MapServer)
Title Marine_Protected_Areas_2016
Author
Subject The present map has been created with the datasets used for the EEA/ETC-ICM work on MPAs published in 2018: https://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/water/europes-seas-and-coasts/assessments/marine-protected-areas
Keywords marine,protected areas,MPAs
Copyright Text EEA, 2019
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
The map shows Marine Protected Areas falling within the EU’s marine waters (versions published in 2017): Natura 2000 sites, Nationally designated areas (CDDA), OSPAR MPAs, HELCOM MPAs and Specially Protected Areas of Mediterranean Importance (UNEP/MAP).

Sources of information:

Description
SRS 102100
Extent -5670696.228210374,2714378.6479702787,5820608.385393733,9990721.313167153
Layers Natura 2000 site,Nationally designated area (CDDA),OSPAR MPA,HELCOM MPA,SPAMI
Map Name Marine Protected Areas in Europe (2016)
Category
Marine regions and subregions of MSFD Article 4 (MapServer)
Title Marine_regions_subregions
Author
Subject The MSFD defines four marine regions where the Directive is to be implemented, among which 2 of them are further divided in 4 subregions each. This map represents those regions and subregions, and the metadata provide the necessary context for the use of the map and the common understanding of the delimitation of the features.
Keywords marine,regions,MSFD
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM, EC
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
In the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), four marine regions are listed (art. 4). The North-east Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea marine regions are both further divided into four subregions. The marine regions and subregions include: The Baltic SeaThe North-east Atlantic OceanThe Greater North Sea, including the Kattegat and the English ChannelThe Celtic SeasThe Bay of Biscay and the Iberian CoastMacaronesiaThe Mediterranean SeaThe Western Mediterranean SeaThe Adriatic SeaThe Ionian Sea and the Central Mediterranean SeaThe Aegean-Levantine SeaThe Black SeaThis map has been developed to support DG Environment and EU Member States in their implementation of the MSFD. It represents the current state of understanding of the marine regions and subregions and is subject to amendment in light of any new information which may be received.The primary aim of this map is the geometric delineation of the marine regions and subregions. The secondary aim is to establish a common understanding of marine boundaries and thus aid the streamlining of obligations under EU legislation, e.g. coordination between Member States, work establishment of monitoring programmes, establishment of programmes of measures, EEA indicator and assessment efforts and ‘Research and Technological Development’ (RTD) initiatives to be as relevant as possible for policy processes aiming at implementing an ecosystem-based approach to management. Lastly, the map can aid the harmonization between regions as required under other EU legislation and policies, by Regional Sea Conventions, International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) Ecoregions and other regional delineations. The aim is not to pre-empt any official discussions on maritime boundaries under UNCLOS.The delineation has been developed since 2010 based on multiple inputs from Member State representatives participating in groups defined under the MSFD Common Implementation Strategy, reporting under the MSFD Initial Assessment
Description
The present map provides the delimitation of the marine regions and subregions listed in MSFD Article 4. The map and associated GIS data files should be used on the following basis: 1) They are intended for the sole purposes of supporting the implementation of the MSFD by Member States, stakeholders and the European Commission and its agencies; 2)They provide the boundaries of the marine regions and subregions, as listed in MSFD Article 4. In accordance with MSFD Article 4(1), Member States shall, when implementing the MSFD, take due account of the fact that their marine waters form an integral part of these marine regions. The map and associated GIS data files are solely meant to depict these marine regions and subregions that Member States shall take due account of, including in relation to transboundary effects on the quality of the marine environment of third States in the same marine region or subregion, in accordance with MSFD Article 2(1); 3) They are not intended to provide boundaries of the marine waters of Member States as defined under MSFD Article 3(1). This means that the map in Figure I and associated GIS data files do not represent the geographic scope of application of the MSFD as the MSFD only applies to Member States' marine waters, which are understood to lie within the marine regions and subregions. Further, in those areas of Member States' marine waters, the map makes no distinction between the jurisdiction over both the water column and the seabed or only the seabed; 4) As such the map should not be understood as representing international marine borders. To this end, the following disclaimer will accompany the map: "This map serves as a working tool only and shall not be considered as an official or legally-binding map representing marine borders in accordance with international law. This map shall be used without prejudice to the agreements that will be concluded between Member States or between Member States and non-EU states in respect of t
SRS 102100
Extent -4898057.594904035,2825902.7776999995,5677294.030456975,30240971.958386205
Layers Atlantic subregions,Mediterranean subregions,Marine regions
Map Name Marine regions and subregions
Category
Marine regions and subregions of MSFD Article 4 (MapServer)
Title Marine_regions_subregions_storyMap
Author
Subject The MSFD defines four marine regions where the Directive is to be implemented, among which 2 of them are further divided in 4 subregions each.
Keywords marine,regions,MSFD
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM, ECEEA, ETC/ICM, EC
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
The present map service is produced to be displayed in the WISE-marine Marine story maps viewer, and it's based in the official Marine regions and subregions map service published by the EEA: http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?url=http://marine.discomap.eea.europa.eu/arcgis/rest/services/Marine/Marine_regions_subregions/MapServer&source=sdThe present map service is produced to be displayed in the WISE-marine Marine story maps viewer, and it's based in the official Marine regions and subregions map service published by the EEA: http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?url=http://marine.discomap.eea.europa.eu/arcgis/rest/services/Marine/Marine_regions_subregions/MapServer&source=sd
Description
The present map service is produced to be displayed in the WISE-marine Marine story maps viewer, and it's based in the official Marine regions and subregions map service published by the EEA
SRS 3035
Extent -123056.68709999975,756321.5949000008,6883384.9427000005,7307310.595400002
Layers Baltic,North-East Atlantic Ocean,Mediterranean Sea,Black Sea
Map Name Marine regions and subregions of MSFD
Category
Marine regions and subregions of MSFD Article 4 (MapServer)
Title Marine_regions_subregions_v1
Author
Subject The MSFD defines four marine regions where the Directive is to be implemented, among which 2 of them are further divided in 4 subregions each. This map represents those regions and subregions, and the metadata provide the necessary context for the use of the map and the common understanding of the delimitation of the features.
Keywords marine,regions,MSFD
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM, EC
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
The present map provides the delimitation of the marine regions and subregions listed in MSFD Article 4. The map and associated GIS data files should be used on the following basis: 1) They are intended for the sole purposes of supporting the implementation of the MSFD by Member States, stakeholders and the European Commission and its agencies; 2)They provide the boundaries of the marine regions and subregions, as listed in MSFD Article 4. In accordance with MSFD Article 4(1), Member States shall, when implementing the MSFD, take due account of the fact that their marine waters form an integral part of these marine regions. The map and associated GIS data files are solely meant to depict these marine regions and subregions that Member States shall take due account of, including in relation to transboundary effects on the quality of the marine environment of third States in the same marine region or subregion, in accordance with MSFD Article 2(1); 3) They are not intended to provide boundaries of the marine waters of Member States as defined under MSFD Article 3(1). This means that the map in Figure I and associated GIS data files do not represent the geographic scope of application of the MSFD as the MSFD only applies to Member States' marine waters, which are understood to lie within the marine regions and subregions. Further, in those areas of Member States' marine waters, the map makes no distinction between the jurisdiction over both the water column and the seabed or only the seabed; 4) As such the map should not be understood as representing international marine borders. To this end, the following disclaimer will accompany the map: "This map serves as a working tool only and shall not be considered as an official or legally-binding map representing marine borders in accordance with international law. This map shall be used without prejudice to the agreements that will be concluded between Member States or between Member States and non-EU states in respect of t
Description
The present map provides the delimitation of the marine regions and subregions listed in MSFD Article 4. The map and associated GIS data files should be used on the following basis: 1) They are intended for the sole purposes of supporting the implementation of the MSFD by Member States, stakeholders and the European Commission and its agencies; 2)They provide the boundaries of the marine regions and subregions, as listed in MSFD Article 4. In accordance with MSFD Article 4(1), Member States shall, when implementing the MSFD, take due account of the fact that their marine waters form an integral part of these marine regions. The map and associated GIS data files are solely meant to depict these marine regions and subregions that Member States shall take due account of, including in relation to transboundary effects on the quality of the marine environment of third States in the same marine region or subregion, in accordance with MSFD Article 2(1); 3) They are not intended to provide boundaries of the marine waters of Member States as defined under MSFD Article 3(1). This means that the map in Figure I and associated GIS data files do not represent the geographic scope of application of the MSFD as the MSFD only applies to Member States' marine waters, which are understood to lie within the marine regions and subregions. Further, in those areas of Member States' marine waters, the map makes no distinction between the jurisdiction over both the water column and the seabed or only the seabed; 4) As such the map should not be understood as representing international marine borders. To this end, the following disclaimer will accompany the map: "This map serves as a working tool only and shall not be considered as an official or legally-binding map representing marine borders in accordance with international law. This map shall be used without prejudice to the agreements that will be concluded between Member States or between Member States and non-EU states in respect of t
SRS 102100
Extent -4898057.594900001,2825902.7776999995,5677294.0304000005,30240971.958400004
Layers Mediterranean subregions,Atlantic subregions,Marine regions
Map Name Marine regions and subregions of MSFD
Category
Marine_Services_mixed (MapServer)
Title Marine_Services_mixed
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
This service is the result of joining 3 independent services to improve the visualization in the http://eea.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/77824f9acfa84073b3cdb6c76e4abc84 dashboard. The services are: - Wise_Marine_service_Species - Wise_Marine_service_Habitats - Wise_Marine_service_Birds
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -3959514.742799999,3161608.0053999983,3931223.0780000016,11124223.900300004
Layers Mixed_service
Map Name Layers
Category
Marine_waters_WM.mxd (MapServer)
Title Marine_waters_EU
Author
Subject The map represents the area where the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) is implemented by EU Member States. The source dataset is:
Keywords marine,waters,MSFD,territorial,EEZ,continental shelf
Copyright Text EEA, 2020
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
The map represents the area where the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) is implemented by EU Member States. The source dataset is: https://sdi.eea.europa.eu/catalogue/srv/eng/catalog.search#/metadata/6d365112-5c0a-409e-bd45-68197fe3b2e8. The map service has been prepared for its use in the country profiles section in WISE-Marine (https://water.europa.eu/marine). To improve the performance of the service, the dataset has been simplified. To query maps per country from WISE-Marine including the marine waters and the land, the extent of each country has been added as boxes. Date of preparation: May 2020
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -4597759.7788517075,2825902.9400093756,3916312.4515323793,9850630.034627745
Layers EU_Marine_waters_simplified
Map Name Layers
Category
Marine Habitats (MapServer)
Title MarineProtectedSites
Author European Environment Agency
Subject Common Database on Designated Areas (CDDA v12) and Natura2000 sites
Keywords Marine,habitat
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Two kind of information is represented on this service.On the one hand the nationally designated areas data from European Nature Information System (EUNIS). The inventory is the national module of the Common Database on Designated Areas (CDDA v12) which also includes information on areas designated under European Community legislation and areas designated under international conventions.On the other hand the Natura2000 sites. Habitats and Bird Directive Sites.Two kind of information is represented on this service.On the one hand the nationally designated areas data from European Nature Information System (EUNIS). The inventory is the national module of the Common Database on Designated Areas (CDDA v12) which also includes information on areas designated under European Community legislation and areas designated under international conventions.On the other hand the Natura2000 sites. Habitats and Bird Directive Sites.
Description
SRS 3035
Extent -2640553.3718999997,-3076879.3788,9969265.6716,7075472.7444
Layers Regional Sea Conventions MPA,Habitats Directive Sites (PSCI, SCI or SAC),Habitats Directive Sites (PSCI, SCI or SAC),Habitats Directive Sites (PSCI, SCI or SAC),Bird Directive Sites (SPA),Bird Directive Sites (SPA),Bird Directive Sites (SPA),Nationally designated areas (CDDA),Nationally designated areas (CDDA)
Map Name Protected Sites (Marine)
Category
Marine Habitats (MapServer)
Title Marineprotectedsites_WA
Author European Environment Agency
Subject Common Database on Designated Areas (CDDA v12) and Natura2000 sites
Keywords Marine,sites
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
Two kind of information is represented on this service.On the one hand the nationally designated areas data from European Nature Information System (EUNIS). The inventory is the national module of the Common Database on Designated Areas (CDDA v12) which also includes information on areas designated under European.
Description
SRS 3035
Extent -2640553.3718999997,-3076879.3788,9969265.6716,7075472.7444
Layers Regional Sea Conventions MPA,Habitats Directive Sites (PSCI, SCI or SAC),Habitats Directive Sites 1:5.000.000,Habitats Directive Sites 1:500.000,Habitats Directive Sites,Bird Directive Sites (SPA),Bird Directive Sites 1:5.000.000,Bird Directive Sites 1:500.000,Bird Directive Sites,Nationally designated areas (CDDA),Nationally designated areas 1:5.000.000,Nationally designated areas (CDDA)
Map Name Protected Sites (Marine)
Category
Bycatch by bottom touching mobile gears in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Bottom_touching_mobile_gears
Author
Subject The dataset represents bycatch fishing intensity (kilowatt per fishing hour) from bottom touching mobile gears in the European seas.
Keywords bycatch,demersal,bottom touching mobile gears,fishing intensity,AIS,VMS,combined effect index,fishery,pressure,fishing,sea,environmental pressure
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 23 Sep 2020
Service Description

The raster dataset represents bycatch fishing intensity (kilowatt per fishing hour) from bottom touching mobile gears in the European seas.

The dataset has been derived from Automatic Identification System (AIS) based demersal fishing intensity data received from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre - Independent experts of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (JRC STECF) as well as Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) and logbook based demersal fishing intensity data downloaded from from OSPAR and HELCOM Commissions. The temporal extent varies between the data sources (between 2014 and 2017). OSPAR and HELCOM data superseded the JRC STECF data where they overlapped spatially. The cell values have been transformed into a logarithmic scale (ln1).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

The raster dataset represents bycatch fishing intensity (kilowatt per fishing hour) from bottom touching mobile gears in the European seas.

The dataset has been derived from Automatic Identification System (AIS) based demersal fishing intensity data received from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre - Independent experts of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (JRC STECF) as well as Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) and logbook based demersal fishing intensity data downloaded from from OSPAR and HELCOM Commissions. The temporal extent varies between the data sources (between 2014 and 2017). OSPAR and HELCOM data superseded the JRC STECF data where they overlapped spatially. The cell values have been transformed into a logarithmic scale (ln1).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6890000,6830000
Layers Demersal trawl (kw/h)
Map Name 2_BycatchByBottom
Category
Input of continuous anthropogenic sound in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Continuous_anthropogenic_sound
Author
Subject This dataset represents the input of continuous anthropogenic sound in the European Seas.
Keywords continuous anthropogenic sound,vessel density,AIS,automatic identification system,combined effect index,underwater noise,traffic noise,noise emission,ship,noise,sea,environmental pressure
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 22 Sep 2020
Service Description

This raster dataset represents the input of continuous anthropogenic sound in the European Seas. Continuous anthropogenic underwater noise is found in the entire European marine area and is mainly produced by maritime traffic. As no thresholds for pressure have been agreed yet, even areas of low or infrequent maritime traffic are included as pressures. This dataset uses shipping density as a representation of distribution of continuous underwater noise.

This dataset is based on a truncated version of the EMODnet (Automatic Identification System) AIS based vessel density dataset for 2017 (all ships, year average). The vessel density was rescaled from a 1 km to 10 km resolution (mean values) using the EEA 10 km grid. The dataset has been transformed to a logarithmic scale (ln1).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

This raster dataset represents the input of continuous anthropogenic sound in the European Seas. Continuous anthropogenic underwater noise is found in the entire European marine area and is mainly produced by maritime traffic. As no thresholds for pressure have been agreed yet, even areas of low or infrequent maritime traffic are included as pressures. This dataset uses shipping density as a representation of distribution of continuous underwater noise.

This dataset is based on a truncated version of the EMODnet (Automatic Identification System) AIS based vessel density dataset for 2017 (all ships, year average). The vessel density was rescaled from a 1 km to 10 km resolution (mean values) using the EEA 10 km grid. The dataset has been transformed to a logarithmic scale (ln1).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6900000,6830000
Layers Input of continuous anthropogenic sound in Europe Seas
Map Name 6_ContSound
Category
Disturbance of species due to human presence along European coastlines (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Disturbance_of_species_due_to_human_presence
Author
Subject This raster dataset represents the intensity of species disturbance due to human presence along European coastlines.
Keywords Human presence,Species disturbance,CLC2012,Urbanised coastline,Population density,Species,Pressure,Sea,Coast,Urbanisation,Coastal environment
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 17 Dec 2020
Service Description

The dataset was created by combining the coastal urbanisation layer derived from Corine Land Cover 2012 (with the percentage of urbanised coastline per EEA 10 km grid cell) and the population density layer based on EUROSTAT NUTS 2016 data (with the population density in the NUTS 3 region corresponding to the coastal EEA 10 km grid cell). The dataset does not cover southern and western Mediterranean Sea, northern Black Sea and northernmost Atlantic Ocean.

The dataset was prepared for the combined effect index produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

The dataset was created by combining the coastal urbanisation layer derived from Corine Land Cover 2012 (with the percentage of urbanised coastline per EEA 10 km grid cell) and the population density layer based on EUROSTAT NUTS 2016 data (with the population density in the NUTS 3 region corresponding to the coastal EEA 10 km grid cell). The dataset does not cover southern and western Mediterranean Sea, northern Black Sea and northernmost Atlantic Ocean.

The dataset was prepared for the combined effect index produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 940000,860000,6890000,6830000
Layers Disturbance of species due to human presence
Map Name 12_DisturHuman
Category
Extraction of species by commercial fishing in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Extraction_of_species_by_commercial_fishing
Author
Subject This dataset provides the estimation of the extracted tonnes of fish by commercial fishing per 10 km grid cell in the European seas.
Keywords commercial,fish landings,demersal fishing,fishing intensity,pelagic fishing,combined effect index,pressure,fishery,fishing,sea,environmental pressure
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 23 Sep 2020
Service Description

This raster dataset provides the estimation of the extracted tonnes of fish by commercial fishing per 10 km grid cell in the European seas.

The dataset has been derived from the combination of demersal and pelagic fishing data, together with fish landings data (2011-2016) from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre - Independent experts of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (JRC STECF). The temporal extent varies between the data sources. The cell values have been transformed to a logarithmic scale (ln1).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

This raster dataset provides the estimation of the extracted tonnes of fish by commercial fishing per 10 km grid cell in the European seas.

The dataset has been derived from the combination of demersal and pelagic fishing data, together with fish landings data (2011-2016) from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre - Independent experts of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (JRC STECF). The temporal extent varies between the data sources. The cell values have been transformed to a logarithmic scale (ln1).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6900000,6830000
Layers Extraction of species by commercial fishing
Map Name 4_CommercialFish
Category
Hydrographical pressure along European coastlines (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Hydrographical_pressure
Author
Subject This dataset presents the number of different hydrographical pressures per grid cell along the European coastlines
Keywords WFD. hydrographical pressure,coastline,geospatial data,pressure,industry,hydrography,sea,coast,environmental pressure,water body
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 23 Sep 2020
Service Description

This raster dataset presents the number of different hydrographical pressures per grid cell along the European coastlines. Hydrographical pressures are human activities that cause changes in hydrological conditions, i.e. changes to freshwater input, salinity, seawater flows, waves, currents, and temperature. Examples of such activities include riverine or coastal dams, offshore infrastructure, and outflows from power plants.

The layer has been created using the Water Framework Directive (WFD) reported data on hydrographical pressures joined with the water body polygon features for the reference year 2016. The dataset was then rasterized into the EEA 10 km grid, and the cell values assigned with the number of different hydrographical pressures in the area covered by the cell.

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

This raster dataset presents the number of different hydrographical pressures per grid cell along the European coastlines. Hydrographical pressures are human activities that cause changes in hydrological conditions, i.e. changes to freshwater input, salinity, seawater flows, waves, currents, and temperature. Examples of such activities include riverine or coastal dams, offshore infrastructure, and outflows from power plants.

The layer has been created using the Water Framework Directive (WFD) reported data on hydrographical pressures joined with the water body polygon features for the reference year 2016. The dataset was then rasterized into the EEA 10 km grid, and the cell values assigned with the number of different hydrographical pressures in the area covered by the cell.

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6900000,6830000
Layers Hydrographical pressure along European coastlines
Map Name 8_HydroPress
Category
Input of impulsive anthropogenic sound in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Impulsive_anthropogenic_sound
Author
Subject This dataset represents input of impulsive anthropogenic sound in Europe Seas.
Keywords anthropogenic sound,PBD,combined effect index,pulse-block-days,underwater noise,sea,pressure,noise,impulsive noise,noise emission,environmental pressure
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 22 Sep 2020
Service Description

This raster dataset represents input of impulsive anthropogenic sound in Europe Seas. Impulsive sounds are typically brief with a rapid rise time, i.e. a great change in amplitude over a short period of time. The main anthropogenic sources of impulsive underwater noise are typically impact pile driving for inshore and offshore construction, seismic exploration with airguns, explosions and sonar systems.

The dataset was created by combining pulse-block-days (PBD) data from the ICES Registry (for HELCOM and OSPAR areas) and ACCOMBAS (for the Mediterranean Sea), resampled using the EEA 10 km grid. The dataset does not include the Black Sea. The temporal reference of this dataset is the period 2014-2016. The cell values have been transformed into a logarithmic scale (log10).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

This raster dataset represents input of impulsive anthropogenic sound in Europe Seas. Impulsive sounds are typically brief with a rapid rise time, i.e. a great change in amplitude over a short period of time. The main anthropogenic sources of impulsive underwater noise are typically impact pile driving for inshore and offshore construction, seismic exploration with airguns, explosions and sonar systems.

The dataset was created by combining pulse-block-days (PBD) data from the ICES Registry (for HELCOM and OSPAR areas) and ACCOMBAS (for the Mediterranean Sea), resampled using the EEA 10 km grid. The dataset does not include the Black Sea. The temporal reference of this dataset is the period 2014-2016. The cell values have been transformed into a logarithmic scale (log10).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6890000,6830000
Layers Input of impulsive anthropogenic sound in Europe Seas
Map Name 7_ImpSound
Category
Introduction of non-indigenous species in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Invasive_non_indigenous_species
Author
Subject This raster dataset represents the introduction of non-indigenous species in European seas
Keywords NIS,Non-indigenous,species,Aquatic species,Invasive alien species,IAS,Exotic species,Combined effect index
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 15 Dec 2020
Service Description
Description

Non-indigenous species are species that have been spread as a result of human activities to areas where they do not belong naturally. The main concern are the invasive species, which are defined as causing a significant negative impact on biodiversity as well as serious economic and social consequences.

The dataset has been prepared first by individually mapping each aquatic invasive species that had a distinctive distribution area, which had been provided by several non-indigenous species online databases. The distribution of the species were then resampled into the EEA 10 km grid and summed together, showing the number of non-indigenous species per grid cell. The temporal reference of the dataset covers the last 30 years (1989 - 2018

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6900000,6830000
Layers Introduction of non-indigenous species
Map Name 11_NonIndspec
Category
Bycatch by pelagic towed gears in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Pelagic_towed_gears
Author
Subject The dataset represents fishing intensity (kilowatt per fishing hour) by pelagic towed gears in the European seas.
Keywords bycatch,AIS,pelagic towed gears,VMS,combined effect index,fishing intensity,sea,fishery,pressure,fishing,environmental pressure
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 23 Sep 2020
Service Description

The raster dataset represents fishing intensity (kilowatt per fishing hour) by pelagic towed gears in the European seas.

The dataset has been derived from Automatic Identification System (AIS) based pelagic fishing intensity data received from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre - Independent experts of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (JRC STECF), as well as from Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) and logbook based pelagic fishing effort data from HELCOM Commission. The temporal extent varies between the data sources (between 2013 and 2015). The dataset has been transformed to a logarithmic scale (ln1).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

The raster dataset represents fishing intensity (kilowatt per fishing hour) by pelagic towed gears in the European seas.

The dataset has been derived from Automatic Identification System (AIS) based pelagic fishing intensity data received from the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre - Independent experts of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (JRC STECF), as well as from Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) and logbook based pelagic fishing effort data from HELCOM Commission. The temporal extent varies between the data sources (between 2013 and 2015). The dataset has been transformed to a logarithmic scale (ln1).

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6900000,6830000
Layers Pelagic trawl (kw/h)
Map Name 3_BycatchByPelagic
Category
Physical disturbance to seabed in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Physical_disturbance_to_seabed
Author
Subject This dataset represents physical disturbance to the seabed in the European seas
Keywords physical disturbance,combined effect index,human activities,oil rigs,gas rigs,windfarms,shellfish mariculture,demersal fishing,shallow water shipping,dredged material,sand extraction,oil extraction,pressure,sea,fishery,dredging,fishing,harbour,wind power
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 23 Sep 2020
Service Description

This raster dataset represents physical disturbance to the seabed in the European seas. Several human activities disturb the seabed either directly or indirectly. Alteration of benthic living conditions as a result of increased sedimentation or attenuation of light penetration, abrasion of the seabed and exploitation of benthic biota, temporarily disturb the benthic habitat quality.

The dataset is an aggregation of several different human activities that cause physical disturbance to the seabed: aquaculture, demersal fishing, dredging and dumping of dredged material, oil and gas rigs, offshore installations, ports, sand and gravel extraction, shellfish mariculture, shipping in shallow waters and windfarms. The resulting dataset is a raster (10km grid cell) derived from EMODnet, MED-IAMER, JRC-STECF, OSPAR, HELCOM and 4C Offshore datasets, and with reference temporal coverage from 2012 to 2017.

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

This raster dataset represents physical disturbance to the seabed in the European seas. Several human activities disturb the seabed either directly or indirectly. Alteration of benthic living conditions as a result of increased sedimentation or attenuation of light penetration, abrasion of the seabed and exploitation of benthic biota, temporarily disturb the benthic habitat quality.

The dataset is an aggregation of several different human activities that cause physical disturbance to the seabed: aquaculture, demersal fishing, dredging and dumping of dredged material, oil and gas rigs, offshore installations, ports, sand and gravel extraction, shellfish mariculture, shipping in shallow waters and windfarms. The resulting dataset is a raster (10km grid cell) derived from EMODnet, MED-IAMER, JRC-STECF, OSPAR, HELCOM and 4C Offshore datasets, and with reference temporal coverage from 2012 to 2017.

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6900000,6830000
Layers Physical disturbance to seabed
Map Name 10_PhyDist
Category
Physical loss to seabed in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Physical_loss_to_seabed
Author
Subject This dataset represents the physical loss of the seabed in the European seas.
Keywords WFD. hydrographical pressure,coastline,geospatial data,pressure,industry,hydrography,sea,coast,environmental pressure,water body
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 23 Sep 2020
Service Description

This raster dataset represents the physical loss of the seabed in the European seas. Physical habitat loss is an extreme pressure on the marine ecosystem which was defined to include all impacts on the seabed which take more than 12 years to recover, a time span influencing even long living marine mammals and seabirds. Habitat is lost if its substrate, morphology or topography is permanently altered.

The dataset is an aggregation of several different human activities that cause physical loss in the seabed: dredging and dumping of dredged material, oil and gas rigs, offshore installations, ports, sand and gravel extraction and windfarms. The resulting dataset is a raster (10km grid cell) derived from EMODnet, MED-IAMER and 4C Offshore datasets and with temporal reference from 2012 to 2017. Higher values mean more loss causing activity in the area. Due to its resolution, loss causing activity in a cell does not usually mean that all the seabed habitat in the area is lost.

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

Description

This raster dataset represents the physical loss of the seabed in the European seas. Physical habitat loss is an extreme pressure on the marine ecosystem which was defined to include all impacts on the seabed which take more than 12 years to recover, a time span influencing even long living marine mammals and seabirds. Habitat is lost if its substrate, morphology or topography is permanently altered.

The dataset is an aggregation of several different human activities that cause physical loss in the seabed: dredging and dumping of dredged material, oil and gas rigs, offshore installations, ports, sand and gravel extraction and windfarms. The resulting dataset is a raster (10km grid cell) derived from EMODnet, MED-IAMER and 4C Offshore datasets and with temporal reference from 2012 to 2017. Higher values mean more loss causing activity in the area. Due to its resolution, loss causing activity in a cell does not usually mean that all the seabed habitat in the area is lost.

This dataset has been prepared for the calculation of the combined effect index, produced for the ETC/ICM Report 4/2019 "Multiple pressures and their combined effects in Europe's seas" available on: https://www.eionet.europa.eu/etcs/etc-icm/etc-icm-report-4-2019-multiple-pressures-and-their-combined-effects-in-europes-seas-1.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6900000,6830000
Layers Physical loss to seabed
Map Name 9_PhyLoss
Category
Sea surface temperature anomalies in Europe Seas (MapServer)
Title Pressures_Sea_surface_temperature
Author
Subject This dataset represents the Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomalies (i.e. changes of sea temperatures), in the European Seas.
Keywords Pressure,Sea,Temperature,Temperature change,Environmental pressure,Surface water,Sea surface temperature,Anomalies,Combined effect index
Copyright Text EEA, ETC/ICM
Registered first time 22 Sep 2020
Service Description

The dataset is based on the map "Mean annual sea surface temperature trend in European seas" by Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), which depicts the linear trend in sea surface temperature (in °C/yr) for the European seas over the past 25 years (1989-2013).

Since all changes of sea temperatures can be considered to have an impact on the marine environment, the pressure layer includes absolute values of SST anomalies, i.e. negative/decreasing temperature trends were changed to positive values so that they represent a pressure. The original data was in a 1° grid format but was converted to a 100 km resolution, adapted to the EEA 10 km grid and clipped with the area of interest.

Description

The dataset is based on the map "Mean annual sea surface temperature trend in European seas" by Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), which depicts the linear trend in sea surface temperature (in °C/yr) for the European seas over the past 25 years (1989-2013).

Since all changes of sea temperatures can be considered to have an impact on the marine environment, the pressure layer includes absolute values of SST anomalies, i.e. negative/decreasing temperature trends were changed to positive values so that they represent a pressure. The original data was in a 1° grid format but was converted to a 100 km resolution, adapted to the EEA 10 km grid and clipped with the area of interest.

SRS 3035
Extent 0,750000,6900000,6830000
Layers Sea surface temperature
Map Name 1_SeaSuTemp
Category
Temporal development of the Lusitanian/Boreal species ratio with 5 years intervals, 1970-2015 (MapServer)
Title Time_line_WISE_Marine
Author EEA
Subject Temporal development of the ratio between the number of Lusitanian and Boreal fish species within ICES Statistical rectangles and ICES divisions
Keywords WISE Marine
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency, 2018
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
The ratio between the number of Lusitanian (warm-favouring) and Boreal (cool-favouring) species are significantly increasing in 6 of the Northern division whereas there is no significant changes in all the (Southern) other divisions.
Description
SRS 4326
Extent -15.5,36.25,24.5,61.75
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Map Name Layers
Category
Time_line_WISE_Marine_2020 (MapServer)
Title Time_line_WISE_Marine_2020
Author EEA
Subject
Keywords Marine
Copyright Text EEA 2020
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
The ratio between the number of Lusitanian (warm-favouring) and Boreal (cool-favouring) species are significantly increasing in 6 of the Northern division whereas there is no significant changes in all the (Southern) other divisions.\n
Description
SRS 4326
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Layers fig1_data_esri
Map Name Layers
Category
Wise_Marine_service_Birds (MapServer)
Title Wise_Marine_service_Birds
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
This map is a result of the member state reporting for the Article 12 Birds Directive. The map is used for the consultation tool. Data source: http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/article12/
Description
his map is a result of the member state reporting for the Article 12 Birds Directive. The map is used for the consultation tool. Data source: http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/article12/
SRS 102100
Extent -3492674.8268999998,3199861.585000001,3858418.0045999996,11109067.129299998
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Map Name Art12_Birds_Consultation_Non_Sensitive_aggregated_WM
Category
Wise_Marine_service_Habitats (MapServer)
Title Wise_Marine_service_Habitats
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
This map is a result of the member state reporting for the Article 17 Habitats Directive. The map is used for the consultation tool. Data source: http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/activities/Reporting/Article_17/reference_portal, http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/activities/Reporting/Article_17/Reporting_Tool/Reporting_Tool_Software
Description
This map is a result of the member state reporting for the Article 17 Habitats Directive. The map is used for the consultation tool. Data source: http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/activities/Reporting/Article_17/reference_portal, http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/activities/Reporting/Article_17/Reporting_Tool/Reporting_Tool_Software
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Layers Habitats_service
Map Name Article17_Consultation_Habitats_Map_WM
Category
Wise_Marine_service_Species (MapServer)
Title Wise_Marine_service_Species
Author
Subject
Keywords
Copyright Text © European Environment Agency
Registered first time 14 Sep 2020
Service Description
This map is a result of the member state reporting for the Article 17 Habitats Directive. The map is used for the consultation tool. Data source: http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/activities/Reporting/Article_17/reference_portal, http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/
Description
This map is a result of the member state reporting for the Article 17 Habitats Directive. The map is used for the consultation tool. Data source: http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/activities/Reporting/Article_17/reference_portal, http://bd.eionet.europa.eu/activities/Reporting/Article_17/Reporting_Tool/Reporting_Tool_Software
SRS 102100
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Map Name Article17_Consultation_Species_Map_NonSensitive_WM
Category