13 February 2019 14:00 - 15:30
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Join the workshop 'Other Sea Uses in MSP'

13 February 2019
14:00 – 15:30
Room: Alster Lounge

As part of the Connecting Seas Conference, you are invited to participate in a workshop on ‘Other Sea Uses’. These uses are often defined as activities and services of users other than the major sectors, such as energy, shipping or the environmental sector. Some of these are also considered as voices less heard, especially in the maritime economy. This workshop will explore a number of uses taking place in the North Sea and Baltic Sea regions, which are currently investigated by European projects. Different case-studies will give examples ranging from marine cultural heritage to educational aspects in Maritime Spatial Planning.

Through a round-table format, participants will discuss challenges and opportunities of other sea uses in European sea basins. This interactive discussion will also give the opportunity to share experience of participants beyond the scope of this workshop.

Presentations

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  • Education in Marine Spatial Planning – Experiences of the Strategic Partnership for Marine Spatial Planning. Kerstin Schiele, Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde
  • Integration of Underwater Cultural Heritage into sustainable Maritime Spatial Planning solutions. Dr. Robert Aps (Head of Marine Systems Department at the University of Tartu, Estonian Marine Institute)
  • Multi-Use and Underwater Cultural Heritage – experience and perspectives from the Baltic Sea. Sallamaria Tikkanen, Finnish Heritage Agency
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Robert Aps

University of Tartu

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Kerstin Schiele

Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde

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Sallamaria Tikkanen

Finnish Heritage Agency