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    This dataset shows water quality monitoring and assessments of Trophic Status carried out on Irish Transitional Waters for the Reporting period 2018-2020.
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    The exclusive economic zone of the State is the area beyond and adjacent to the territorial seas subject to the specific legal regime established in Part V of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, done at Montego Bay on 10 December 1982, the text of which, in...
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    Nephrops Functional Units represent geographic area management and reporting units for Nephrops Underwater Television (UWTV) surveys. The Irish Functional units 30 divisions were based on ICES Statistical Rectangle boundaries. The prawn (Nephrops norvegicus) are common around...
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    The prawn (Nephrops norvegicus) are common around the Irish coast occurring in geographically distinct sandy/muddy areas were the sediment is suitable for them to construct their burrows. Nephrops spend a great deal of time in their burrows and their emergence from these is...
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    The location and other relevant information (contact information, fees and services) for marinas around Ireland. This data was created in support activity analysis as part of Marine Strategy Framework Directive article 8, 9 10 reporting. Please note that this data is not...
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    The prawn (Nephrops norvegicus) are common around the Irish coast occurring in geographically distinct sandy/muddy areas were the sediment is suitable for them to construct their burrows. Nephrops spend a great deal of time in their burrows and their emergence from these is...
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    A fishing port is a harbour that provides facilities to handle the coming and going of both large (>15m) and small (<15m) trawler vessels which carry seafood to shore for market. The 47 listed fishing ports around Ireland were provided by the Marine Irish Digital Atlas.
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    Under the European Union (EU) Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) the Irish Naval Service undertake the role of maritime surveillance of fishing control according to sustainable management of the North Atlantic fisheries resource. The Fisheries Control are divided into 26 units of...
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    The exclusive economic zone of the State is the area beyond and adjacent to the territorial seas subject to the specific legal regime established in Part V of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, done at Montego Bay on 10 December 1982, the text of which, in...
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    The twelve nautical mile limit pertains to fisheries and it gives exclusive rights to Irish registered fishing vessels to fish in those waters. Between six and twelve miles some fishing vessels, flying the flags of the U.K., France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany, have...
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    A ferry port is a harbour that provides facilities to handle the coming and going of vessels which carry passengers and or vehicles between two separated by sea locations. The 81 national and international ferry ports around Ireland were provided by the Marine Irish Digital...
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    The Classified Bivalve Mollusc Production Areas in Ireland ( 2011/12) designates the production areas from which live bivalve molluscs may be taken. Gatherers may only harvest live bivalve molluscs from these production areas which have fixed locations and boundaries and...
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    The Blue Flag is an exclusive eco-label awarded for beaches and marinas by the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education). In 2013 a total of 74 beaches of 133 were awarded the Blue Flag in the Republic of Ireland. They are selected through strict criteria dealing with water...
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    Under the European Union (EU) Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) the Irish Naval Service undertake the role of maritime surveillance of fishing effort according to sustainable management of the North Atlantic fisheries resource. The Fisheries Effort Zones are divided into 11 units...
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    The six nautical mile limit pertains to fisheries and it gives exclusive rights to Irish registered fishing vessels to fish in those waters. Between six and twelve miles some fishing vessels, flying the flags of the U.K., France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany, have...
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