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Low-crested coastal defence structures as artificial habitats for marine life: Using ecological criteria in design
Abstract Coastal defence structures to protect sedimentary coastlines from erosion and flooding are increasingly common throughout Europe. They will become more widespread over the next 10–30 yearsExpand
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The footprint of bottom trawling in European waters: distribution, intensity, and seabed integrity
Mapping trawling pressure on the benthic habitats is needed as background to support an ecosystem approach to fisheries management (EAFM). The extent and intensity of bottom trawling on the EuropeanExpand
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Towards benthic marine landscapes in the Baltic Sea
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Estimating seabed pressure from demersal trawls, seines, and dredges based on gear design and dimensions
This study assesses the seabed pressure of towed fishing gears and models the physical impact (area and depth of seabed penetration) from trip-based information of vessel size, gear type, and catch.Expand
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Marine and coastal ecosystem-based risk management handbook
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Development of marine landscape maps for the Baltic Sea and the Kattegat using geophysical and hydrographical parameters
The Baltic Sea is one of the largest brackish water bodies in the world (Segerstrale 1957) with a number of basins varying from almost fresh water in the northern part of the Bothnian Bay via theExpand
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Long-term effects of an offshore wind farm in the North Sea on fish communities
Long-term effects of the Horns Rev 1 offshore wind farm (OWF) on fish abundance, diversity and spatial distribution were studied. This OWF is situated on the Horns Reef sand bank in the North Sea.Expand
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Research, part of a Special Feature on A Systems Approach for Sustainable Development in Coastal Zones Mussel Production and Water Framework Directive Targets in the Limfjord, Denmark: an Integrated
Growth of human activities often conflict with nature conservation requirements and integrated assessments are necessary to build reliable scenarios for management. In the Limfjord, Denmark's largestExpand
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