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European Atlas of the Seas (ODIS id: 1087)

This resource is online Last check was 28/01/2021 05:13
First entry: 26/10/2020 Last update: 27/10/2020
Submitter/Owner Ms. Xiaoyu Fang ( OceanExpert : 32442 )
Submitter/Owner Role Other
Datasource URL https://ec.europa.eu/maritimeaffairs/atlas/maritime_atlas/#lang=EN;p=w;bkgd=5;theme=2:0.75;c=1224514.3987259874,6446275.8410170125;z=4
Parent Project URL https://emodnet.eu/en
English name European Atlas of the Seas
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Acronym EAS
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Abstract The European Atlas of the Seas provides information about Europe’s marine environment. Users can view predefined and ready to use maps, covering topics such as nature, tourism, security, energy, passenger transport, sea bottom, fishing stocks and quotas, aquaculture, and much more. Users can also benefit from an enriched catalogue with more than 285 map layers, covering a wide range of topics, to explore, collate and create their own maps. These maps can be printed, shared and embedded in articles or presentations. The Atlas is the ideal tool for schools, researchers and professionals, or anyone wishing to know more about the European seas and its coastal areas.
Contact name Andree-anne Marsan
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Technical notes The European Atlas of the Seas (hereafter ‘the Atlas’) is an easy to use and interactive web-based geographic application, providing general marine data and maritime information along with statistics on the European seas and coasts. The Atlas catalogue of maps covers various natural and socio-economic aspects and features in the marine and coastal regions of Europe. The Atlas is a public window to access information and maps based data originating primarily from the EC and its agencies and from the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet). Its aim is to bring statistical data in a comprehensive visual way to a broad public and at the same time serve as a support for the marine policy and blue economy. (1) Access the help, legal notice and feedback form (2) Discover all the data available: you can search for map layers in the search box, select a predefined map or create your own map. (3) On the map viewer, you can study and compare the data and extract and manage the content details. (4) Share the map, download the map or share it via social networks. * The Atlas is available in the 24 official EU languages.
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Spatial Coverage European Seas
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