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SIMWESTMED - Tyrrhenian Case Study (R21)

Manea, E.; Bassan, N.; Fabbri, F.; Addis, D.; Innocenti, A.; Markovic, M.; Sarretta, A.; Farella, G.; Di Blasi, D.; Garaventa, F.; Barbanti, A.; Campostrini, P.; Morelli, M.; Musco, F.; Gissi, E.


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  "description": "<p>Component: C 1.3 Support for Member States&#39; implementation of Maritime Spatial Planning<br>\nSub\u2010component: C 1.3.6. Establish Case Studies on Approaches to MSP Implementation<br>\nDeliverable: Tyrrhenian Case Study</p>\n\n<p>The Tyrrhenian case study comprehends portions of internal, territorial and international waters and the entire study area is included within the Specially Protected Area of Mediterranean Importance (SPAMI) of the Pelagos Sanctuary for the Conservation of Marine Mammals, a transboundary Sanctuary established through an international agreement signed between three different countries (Italy, France and Principality of Monaco). It includes key areas in the context of Western Mediterranean in terms of ecological and socio-economic value, in particular three Italian National Parks, Asinara Island, La Maddalena Archipelago and the whole Tuscan Archipelago; the Corsica Channel, an area characterised by a great environmental sensitivity, subject to increased anthropic pressure for which the Italian and French Governments have signed a MoU concerning the regulation of international maritime traffic; the Bonifacio Strait, an international strait shared between French and Italian jurisdictions; and the only Particularly Sensitive Sea Area declared by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in the Mediterranean Sea.</p>\n\n<p>Several human activities take place and interact dynamically with local uses and the marine environment components. Among these activities some are expected to increase in coming years. Thus, it will be fundamental to effectively organize their spatial distribution and mutual interactions in balance with the protection and sustainable management of the natural resources, taking in consideration the priority of avoiding impacts on marine mammals due to their great conservation relevance.</p>\n\n<p>In order to address specific details of the SIMWESTMED Tyrrhenian case study, the analysis process was directed through two main foci: a thematic focus (in the whole area) on the processes and instruments for the transboundary cooperation on MSP, coordinated by UNEP PAP/RAC; and a management focus on the Tuscan Archipelago, coordinated by CORILA.</p>\n\n<p>To address the thematic focus in the whole area, processes and instruments for transboundary cooperation on MSP were exhaustively and thoroughly analysed in depth, at different levels (international, EU, national), together with the different governance levels and requirements for a comprehensive application of MSP. In particular, the relevant legal framework and/or concerning the formal planning systems, and cross-border cooperation processes, governance context, relevant for the particularities of preservation of marine mammals as well as existing institutional regional cooperation structures were assessed.</p>\n\n<p>Based on these, the proposals on the MSP approach, addressing the appropriate measures in order to achieve greater protection of marine mammals in the Mediterranean, were developed.</p>", 
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      "name": "Bassan, N."
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      "name": "Fabbri, F."
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      "name": "Sarretta, A."
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      "name": "Farella, G."
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      "name": "Di Blasi, D."
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      "name": "Garaventa, F."
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      "name": "Barbanti, A."
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      "name": "Morelli, M."
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  "url": "https://zenodo.org/record/2599647", 
  "datePublished": "2019-04-29", 
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    "Maritime Spatial Planning", 
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    "Western Mediterranean", 
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