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Review and assessment of the cross-border MSP processes in 2 case studies
B. de Vos
Publicatie type | monografie
The MASPNOSE project has experimented with processes for cross-border Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in two case studies. Thornton bank comprises an area between Belgium and The Netherlands, partly on sand banks located on both sites of the border. Cross-border MSP could aid to address the issue of wind energy, shipping, fisheries management, aquaculture and nature conservation. Dogger Bank comprises an area between the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Germany and Denmark. Cross-border MSP could aid to address the issue of fisheries management, nature conservation and sustainable energy production. In this report the results are presented of the monitoring and evaluation of the MSP processes in both case studies.