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INSPIRE and Marine Spatial Planning By Dr Mike Osborne OceanWise Ltd

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  1. INSPIRE and Marine Spatial PlanningByDr Mike OsborneOceanWise Ltd

  2. Contents • Introduction to Marine SDI • Marine Spatial Planning • Building the Evidence Base • Relevance to INSPIRE • Issues and Challenges • To think about today …

  3. SDI Components • Education • Organizational Change • Specifications • Strengthening content Desired Outcomes

  4. Marine Spatial Planning • Marine Spatial Planning – a framework for integrated and consistent decision making • UNESCO highlightsrobust data management as a key requirement • Data management principles are synonymous with SDI principles • SDI can provide the data management framework for MSP Source: MMO

  5. Inputs to Marine Spatial Planning See MMO Strategic Scoping Report for more information

  6. Spatial Reference and Application Data • Mineral Resources • Energy Resources • Human Pressures • Sensitivities • Sustainability

  7. Issues and Challenges

  8. Process Model for Marine Evidence • Human Activity Data • Shipping • Fishing • Dredging • Marine operations • Chemical contamination • Noise • Reference Data1 • Coastline & Elevation (Bathymetry) • Coastal & Sea Bed Geology • Coastal & Marine Infrastructure • Shipwrecks & Obstructions • Managed & Administrative Areas • Marine Gazetteer (incl. Sea Areas) Sources / Methods Sources / Methods Derived from: Linked to: • Application Data • Weather and Climate • Natural Resources • Habitats and Biotopes • Reproductive areas • Feeding areas • Migration routes • Human Pressures2 • Physical loss • Physical damage • Non physical disturbance • Toxic contamination • Non-toxic contamination • Biological disturbance Policy & Planning Sources / Methods 1.Source: Osborne and Harrison, 2009 2. Source: Eastwood et al, 2007

  9. INSPIRE Conceptual Model

  10. Legislation ISO 19100 Series Simplified INSPIRE Conceptual Model Implementing Rules Thematic Data Specifications … Discovery, View and Download Services

  11. Example 3 – INSPIRE • Annex I • Coordinate reference systems • Geographical grid systems • Geographical names • Administrative units • Addresses • Cadastral parcels • Transport networks • Hydrography • Protected sites • Annex II • Elevation • Land cover • Ortho-imagery • Geology

  12. Annex III • Statistical units • Buildings • Soil • Land use • Human health and safety • Utility and governmental services • Environmental monitoring facilities • Production and industrial facilities • Agricultural and aquaculture facilities • Population distribution – demography • Area management ,restriction &regulation zones & reporting units • Natural risk zones • Atmospheric conditions • Meteorological geographical features • Oceanographic geographical features • Sea regions • Bio-geographical regions • Habitats and biotopes • Species distribution • Energy Resources • Mineral resources

  13. Marine Environmental Data and Information Network • UK wide open partnership with the aim of improving the management and reuse of marine data and information • Underpins the UK Marine Science Strategy and UK Marine Monitoring and Assessment Strategy (UKMMAS) • Benefits to data collectors, publishers and users • Working in collaboration with international initiatives • Key objective is the ‘strengthening’ of marine reference data or core geographies

  14. Legacy Issues – Data from Product • Nautical chart data designed for navigation • Individually compiled leading to inconsistency • ENC base mostly managed as individual mini datasets (although does not need to be) • Existing raster products vary in scale and projection • Conservative depths may not be suitable for wider use • Some features are illustrative and do not accurately depict real world situation e.g. boundaries

  15. Legacy Issues – Data from Product • Vector charts (ENCs) contain inconsistent and discontinuous features • Raster charts include overlaps in coverage, annotations and variable projections • In present form chart data is unsuitable for publication in web services

  16. Boundary Issues • Mapped boundaries may carry a prima facie indication to a Court of Law that a boundary in fact exists • Problems arise when boundaries are derived from product meant for situation awareness • Engineering from source means revisiting original legislation to ensure accuracy and legitimacy • NMCAs to review survey, ‘mereing’ and generalization policies and procedures • Urgent need to ensure published boundary data is fit for intended use and any shortcomings explained clearly

  17. MEDIN Plan for Reference Data

  18. Building the Marine SDI Web Services Optimised Products Users Shared Information Systems Infrastructure (ICT) Habitat Heritage DoE DoC Bathymetry Geology Wrecks Hydrographic Office Geological Survey Hydrographic Office Other Spatial Reference and Application Data Sets Data submitted toLMOs

  19. Building the Marine SDI Web Services Optimised Products Users Shared Information Systems Infrastructure (ICT) Potential for SECTORAL bodies to submit evidence to Marine Spatial Planning process utilising INSPIRE concepts and member state facilities as a shared resource Marine Spatial Plan stakeholders

  20. To think about today ... • INSPIRE provides stimulus and a framework to improve the management, publication and value of marine spatial data • The data management needs of Marine Spatial Planning can be addressed by:- recognising the integrated nature of marine evidence - adopting SDI and hence data management principles • However, many key challenges remain:- IPR issues arising at each stage of the value chain- Ensuring SDI components are understood and applied- Systems and tools are developed and used appropriately- Legacy issues are addressed by harmonising content and reverting to source

  21. Thank you for listening