A Practical guide to the designation of ship corridors in maritime spatial planning. Work Package 4.4 [Baltic LINes].
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Meyer, Nele Kristin
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This practical guide has been developed by the partnership of several planning authorities in course of the Interreg project Baltic LINes. The guide is strongly related and therefore also added as annex to the Baltic LINes report “Identification of transnational planning criteria for energy and shipping in the Baltic Sea”. However, the guide can also be used independently as tool for those maritime spatial planners that are looking for practical advices for the designation of ship corridors in their national sea area – irrespectively if they are from within the Baltic region or an absolutely different part of the world. The guide presents a step-wise approach summarizing the most important topics to address when designating ship corridors for maritime spatial planning (MSP). It should not be seen as the one-andonly way to develop and designate ship corridors in MSP as national planning systems vary greatly and other options may be preferable. Especially when it comes to the pr.....
PublisherBundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.A
Best Practice TypeBest Practice
CitationMeyer, N.K. (2018) A Practical guide to teh designation of ship corridors in maritime spatial planning. Work Package 4.4. Hamburg, Germany, Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie, 11pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-869
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