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GEMET - INSPIRE themes, version 1.0
Area management/restriction/regulation zones and reporting units
Poligonal boundaries of Barcelona, Bucharest, HELCOM and OSPAR Convention maritime areas
International Convention Maritime Areas
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The Barcelona Convention marine area shapefile was made by cutting out the "sea area" from a coastline polygon. The edges in the Gibraltar strait and Aegean Sea areas are based on agreed boundaries as defined by the Barcelona Convention.
Bucharest dataset was locally created by cutting of the poligonal boundaries of the Balck Sea and Sea of Azov linecoasts.
The HELCOM marine area shapefile was made by cutting out the "sea area" from a coastline polygon. The edge in the kattegat area is based on agreed boundaries as defined by the HELCOM Combine monitoring programme.An additional feature, a fjord "Schlei" was added to German Baltic Sea coast 8.8.2008Three Danish fjords were added 28.11.2008 from a raster dataset "batymatry", which is product of the EU Interreg project BALANCE.
Validation and quality assurance remain up to primary data sources, while harmonization is carried out by Cogea.