Quantifying cumulative impacts of human pressures on the marine environment: a geospatial modelling framework

@inproceedings{Stelzenmller2010QuantifyingCI,
  title={Quantifying cumulative impacts of human pressures on the marine environment: a geospatial modelling framework},
  author={Vanessa Stelzenm{\"u}ller and Jimin Lee and Andy South and Stuart I. Rogers},
  year={2010}
}
Worldwide increasing pressure on the marine environment requires integrated and ecosystem-based management, and a sound understanding of cumulative impacts of human pressure. As yet, the quantification of risk of cumulative impact remains a difficult task in practice. We developed a geospatial modelling framework to group data on the spatial distribution and intensity of human activities by generic pressure. The impact of those pressures was mapped by accounting for the sensitivity of UK marine… CONTINUE READING

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