Database including spatial data on ecosystem services and (anthropogenic) pressures
Hanna Luhtala; Kerstin Schiele; Wanda Holzhüter; Lotta Maack; Miriam von Thenen; Solvita Strāķe; Maija Viška
The Baltic Sea Atlas (http://bio-50.io-warnemuende.de/iowbsa/index.php) was implemented to store
and share marine spatial planning data and datasets from the BONUS BASMATI project. Data are
used in the project’s case studies. Additional datasets were included to provide examples on what
kind of data can be used in marine spatial planning to account for ecosystem services. Data
categories, data properties and metadata information follow the recommendations of Deliverable 3.1.
The Baltic Sea Atlas is based on the open source webGIS framework kvwmap. The application is
hosted at the Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde, Germany and connected to the
metadata portal of the institute. The application provides simple visualisation including basic
operation tools. The access via login and password allows data sharing with the project partners and
other interested users, while ensuring basic licence agreements.
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