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The role of knowledge and research in two case studies on cross‐border marine spatial planning in the southern North Sea. / Hommes, S.; Pastoors, M.A.; Stelzenmüller, V.; Goldsborough, D.; Maas, F.; Sørensen, Thomas Kirk; Gerits, R.; Stuiver, M.; de Vos, B.

ICES CM 2012/I:19. Copenhagen : International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), 2012.

Publication: ResearchArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

Harvard

Hommes, S, Pastoors, MA, Stelzenmüller, V, Goldsborough, D, Maas, F, Sørensen, TK, Gerits, R, Stuiver, M & de Vos, B 2012, 'The role of knowledge and research in two case studies on cross‐border marine spatial planning in the southern North Sea'. in ICES CM 2012/I:19. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), Copenhagen.

APA

Hommes, S., Pastoors, M. A., Stelzenmüller, V., Goldsborough, D., Maas, F., Sørensen, T. K., Gerits, R., Stuiver, M., & de Vos, B. (2012). The role of knowledge and research in two case studies on cross‐border marine spatial planning in the southern North Sea. In ICES CM 2012/I:19. Copenhagen: International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES).

CBE

Hommes S, Pastoors MA, Stelzenmüller V, Goldsborough D, Maas F, Sørensen TK, Gerits R, Stuiver M, de Vos B. 2012. The role of knowledge and research in two case studies on cross‐border marine spatial planning in the southern North Sea. In ICES CM 2012/I:19. Copenhagen: International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES).

MLA

Hommes, S. et al. "The role of knowledge and research in two case studies on cross‐border marine spatial planning in the southern North Sea". ICES CM 2012/I:19. Copenhagen: International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES). 2012.

Vancouver

Hommes S, Pastoors MA, Stelzenmüller V, Goldsborough D, Maas F, Sørensen TK et al. The role of knowledge and research in two case studies on cross‐border marine spatial planning in the southern North Sea. In ICES CM 2012/I:19. Copenhagen: International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES). 2012.

Author

Hommes, S.; Pastoors, M.A.; Stelzenmüller, V.; Goldsborough, D.; Maas, F.; Sørensen, Thomas Kirk; Gerits, R.; Stuiver, M.; de Vos, B. / The role of knowledge and research in two case studies on cross‐border marine spatial planning in the southern North Sea.

ICES CM 2012/I:19. Copenhagen : International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), 2012.

Publication: ResearchArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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A1 - Maas,F.

A1 - Sørensen,Thomas Kirk

A1 - Gerits,R.

A1 - Stuiver,M.

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AU - Hommes,S.

AU - Pastoors,M.A.

AU - Stelzenmüller,V.

AU - Goldsborough,D.

AU - Maas,F.

AU - Sørensen,Thomas Kirk

AU - Gerits,R.

AU - Stuiver,M.

AU - de Vos,B.

PB - International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES)

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N2 - Within the southern North Sea, several EU Member States are developing or have already implemented marine spatial plans for their EEZs. However, marine spatial p lanning (MSP) is usually carried out at the national level and largely ignores the possible mutual benefits of crossborder cooperation. The MASPNOSE project has facilitated two concrete, cross‐border MSP initiatives: <br/> the Thornton Bank area on the border between Belgium and the Netherlands where crossborder coordination could used to address wind energy development, shipping and fisheries management <br/> the Dogger Bank international fisheries management plan developed by the North Sea Regional Advisory Council (NSRAC). Here, cross‐border MSP was used to develop a stakeholder perspective on spatial management measures. <br/>The two case studies were in different stages of the cross‐border MSP process. In this paper we focus on the role of knowledge and research in these two planning initiatives. We describe the knowledge requirements that have been articulated (e.g. on ecosystem components, spatial‐temporal patterns, <br/>current and future human use, institutional setting) and how these requirements have been addressed through data workshops with stakeholders, analysis of policy documents and interviews. In the Thornton Bank case study the knowledge requirements focused on the institutional and administrative settings and the identification of policy priorities. In the Dogger Bank case study, stakeholder knowledge was combined with research knowledge to assess zoning options for the Dogger Bank area

AB - Within the southern North Sea, several EU Member States are developing or have already implemented marine spatial plans for their EEZs. However, marine spatial p lanning (MSP) is usually carried out at the national level and largely ignores the possible mutual benefits of crossborder cooperation. The MASPNOSE project has facilitated two concrete, cross‐border MSP initiatives: <br/> the Thornton Bank area on the border between Belgium and the Netherlands where crossborder coordination could used to address wind energy development, shipping and fisheries management <br/> the Dogger Bank international fisheries management plan developed by the North Sea Regional Advisory Council (NSRAC). Here, cross‐border MSP was used to develop a stakeholder perspective on spatial management measures. <br/>The two case studies were in different stages of the cross‐border MSP process. In this paper we focus on the role of knowledge and research in these two planning initiatives. We describe the knowledge requirements that have been articulated (e.g. on ecosystem components, spatial‐temporal patterns, <br/>current and future human use, institutional setting) and how these requirements have been addressed through data workshops with stakeholders, analysis of policy documents and interviews. In the Thornton Bank case study the knowledge requirements focused on the institutional and administrative settings and the identification of policy priorities. In the Dogger Bank case study, stakeholder knowledge was combined with research knowledge to assess zoning options for the Dogger Bank area

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