SeaGIS Abruzzo: A publicly available atlas of marine uses and natural resources in the Adriatic Sea Region

Submitted: 4 May 2018
Accepted: 1 October 2018
Published: 12 November 2018
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In the Adriatic Sea, the European Union supported a cross-border cooperation research program, during which digital spatial data on shellfish production and relaying areas, regulated conditions on fishing activities, protected areas and restocking structures, administrative boundaries and sea bottom characteristics, were collated from digital repositories in various institutions and paper documents. A web-based geographical information system was developed to share data of the sea facing the Abruzzi region and to explore the spatial distribution of marine resources and maritime activities, thus focussing and facilitating fisheries management and providing a potential support to the regional planning of resource exploitation.

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Abruzzi Region, Servizio Economia Ittica e Credito Agrario, Ufficio Politiche Ittiche Nazionali e Regionali, Direzione Politiche Agricole e di Sviluppo Rurale, Alimentare, Caccia, Pesca, Emigrazione, ECOSEA Project IPA Adriatic cross-border cooperation program

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Ippoliti, C., Di Lorenzo, A., Caprioli, R., Pelini, S., Conte, A., D’Anselmo, F., Alessandrini, B., Tora, S., & Giansante, C. (2018). SeaGIS Abruzzo: A publicly available atlas of marine uses and natural resources in the Adriatic Sea Region. Geospatial Health, 13(2). https://doi.org/10.4081/gh.2018.705

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