Multi-use of the sea: A wide array of opportunities from site-specific cases across Europe

@article{Bocci2019MultiuseOT,
  title={Multi-use of the sea: A wide array of opportunities from site-specific cases across Europe},
  author={M. Bocci and S. J. Sangiuliano and A. Sarretta and Joseph Onwona Ansong and B. Buchanan and Andronikos Kafas and Mario Ca{\~n}a-Varona and Vincent O Onyango and Eva A. Papaioannou and E. Ramieri and A. Schultz-Zehden and M. Schupp and V. Vassilopoulou and Marta Verg{\'i}lio},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2019},
  volume={14}
}
The concept of multi-use of the sea has gained popularity in recent years as a result of ocean space (coastal areas and regions with relatively small sea space in particular) becoming increasingly crowded due to the development of the maritime economy. Competing claims for space can be a source of conflict, however this may also lead to mutual benefits for different users when sustainable combinations are sought. Despite increasing European-wide efforts, on-the-ground knowledge and practice of… Expand
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