Exploring Multi-Use potentials in the Euro-Mediterranean sea space.

@article{Depellegrin2019ExploringMP,
  title={Exploring Multi-Use potentials in the Euro-Mediterranean sea space.},
  author={D. Depellegrin and Chiara Venier and Zacharoula Kyriazi and V. Vassilopoulou and C. Castellani and E. Ramieri and M. Bocci and Javier Fernandez and A. Barbanti},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2019},
  volume={653},
  pages={
          612-629
        }
}
European seas are experiencing rapid development. The anthropogenic demand for marine resources and space exerts the need for novel concepts for sustainable resource exploitation and smart space allocation. Multi-Use (MU) is an emerging concept to overcome spatial claims and support Blue Growth, however its actual potentials and current status of implementation in different sea basins is to a large extent unexplored. An analytical framework using a mixed method approach is proposed for the… Expand
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