Member State report / Art11 / 2014-2020 / D1-R / Ireland / NE Atlantic: Celtic Seas

Report type Member State report to Commission
MSFD Article Art. 11 Monitoring programmes (and Art. 17 updates)
Report due 2014-10-15; 2020-10-15
GES Descriptor D1 Reptiles
Member State Ireland
Region/subregion NE Atlantic: Celtic Seas
Reported by Member State
Report date 2013-04-30; 2021-12-08
Report access
2014 data
2020 data
Monitoring programme Monitoring programme name
Monitoring programme Reference existing programme
Monitoring programme Marine Unit ID
Q4e - Programme ID
Q4f - Programme description
Q5e - Natural variability
Q5d - Adequacy for assessment of GES Q5d - Adequate data
Q5d - Adequacy for assessment of GES Q5d - Established methods
Q5d - Adequacy for assessment of GES Q5d - Adequate understanding of GES
Q5d - Adequacy for assessment of GES Q5d - Adequate capacity
Q5f - Description of programme for GES assessment
Q5g - Gap-filling date for GES assessment
Q5h - Plans to implement monitoring for GES assessment
Q6a -Relevant targets Q6a - Environmental target
Q6a -Relevant targets Q6a - Associated indicator
Q6b - Adequacy for assessment of targets Q6b_SuitableData
Q6b - Adequacy for assessment of targets Q6b_EstablishedMethods
Q6b - Adequacy for assessment of targets Q6d_AdequateCapacity
Q6c - Target updating
Q6d - Description of programme for targets assessment
Q6e - Gap-filling date for targets assessment
Q6f - Plans to implement monitoring for targets assessment
Q7a - Relevant activities
Q7b - Description of monitoring of activities
Q7c - Relevant measures
Q7e - Adequacy for assessment of measures Q7d - Adequate data
Q7e - Adequacy for assessment of measures Q7d - Established methods
Q7e - Adequacy for assessment of measures Q7d - Adequate understanding of GES
Q7e - Adequacy for assessment of measures Q7d - Adequate capacity
Q7e - Adequacy for assessment of measures Q7d - Addresses activities and pressures
Q7e - Adequacy for assessment of measures Q7d - Addresses effectiveness of measures
Q7d - Description of monitoring for measures
Q7f - Gap-filling date for activities and measures
Q8a - Links to existing Monitoring Programmes
Reference sub-programme Sub-programme ID
Reference sub-programme Sub-programme name
Q4g - Sub-programmes Sub-programme ID
Q4g - Sub-programmes Sub-programme name
Q4k - Monitoring purpose
Q4l - Links of monitoring programmes of other Directives and Conventions
Q5c - Features Q5c - Habitats
Q5c - Features Q5c - Species list
Q5c - Features Q5c - Physical/Chemical features
Q5c - Features Q5c - Pressures
Q9a - Elements
Q5a - GES criteria Relevant GES criteria
Q5b - GES indicators Relevant GES indicators
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Species distribution
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Species population size
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Species population characteristics
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Species impacts
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Habitat distribution
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Habitat extent
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Habitat condition (physical-chemical)
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Habitat condition (biological)
Q9b - Parameters monitored (state/impact) Habitat impacts
Q9b - Parameters monitored (pressures) Pressure input
Q9b - Parameters monitored (pressures) Pressure output
Q9b - Parameters monitored (activity) Activity
Q9b Parameters monitored (other) Other
Q41 Spatial scope
Q4j - Description of spatial scope
Marine Unit IDs
Q4h - Temporal scope Start date- End date
Q9h - Temporal resolution of sampling
Q9c - Monitoring method
Q9d - Description of alteration to method
Q9e - Quality assurance
Q9f - Quality control
Q9g - Spatial resolution of sampling Q9g - Proportion of area covered %
Q9g - Spatial resolution of sampling Q9g - No. of samples
Q9i - Description of sample representivity
Q10a - Scale for aggregation of data
Q10b - Other scale for aggregation of data
Q10c - Access to monitoring data Q10c - Data type
Q10c - Access to monitoring data Q10c - Data access mechanism
Q10c - Access to monitoring data Q10c - Data access rights
Q10c - Access to monitoring data Q10c - INSPIRE standard
Q10c - Access to monitoring data Q10c Date data are available
Q10c - Access to monitoring data Q10c - Data update frequency
Q10d - Description of data access
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Monitoring strategy description
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures).There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species, two of these collect data relating to D1-Biodiversity-reptiles.
Coverage of GES criteria
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Gaps and plans
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Coordinated and consistent regional systems for (1) risk assessment and robust targeted monitoring of commercial fisheries in European waters, (2) standardised observation, recording and reporting of mortality/injury interactions, and (3) the setting of scientifically coherent threshold values for non-target species’ mortality rates, should be investigated further and advanced to full operability where this is practically possible. Practical cost-effective methods to deter non-target marine vertebrates around identified problematic interactions with fisheries should be comprehensively investigated and fieldtested, with the aim of significantly reducing and resolving incidental by-catch mortality and/or injury of non-target species. Coordinated efforts should be made to scientifically evaluate and test methodologies for the assessment of habitat condition across a range of habitat types (e.g. pelagic broad habitat types), such that the condition of natural habitats for key criteria elements can be analysed and inform future assessments of environmental status.Targeted and collaborative international research is required on (a) the population ecology of Leatherback turtles in the North Atlantic and (b) the extent, severity and risk of impact from human activities (e.g. fisheries, pollution) on this species.
Related targets
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
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  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
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  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
Coverage of targets
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Related measures
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
  • ACSIE-M001 - 'Continue to apply the Natura Directives (Birds Directive [2009/147/EC] and Habitats Directive [92/43/EEC]) and associated national regulations as laid down in S.I. No. 477/2011 - European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011'
  • ACSIE-M002 - 'Complete the identification of Special Areas of Conservation by the end of 2015.'
  • ACSIE-M003 - 'Continue the protection of species and habitats listed in Annex I and II of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) through the designation of Ireland’s network of Special Areas of Conservation.'
  • ACSIE-M004 - 'Continue implementing an appropriate monitoring and assessment strategy addressing the distribution, extent and condition of habitats and species to support conservation status assessment under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M005 - 'Continue to apply the requirement for Appropriate Assessment of activities within Natura sites as required under Article 6(3) of the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC).'
  • ACSIE-M007 - 'Update regional lists of protected plant species and propose protection status for other species and habitats on the scale of the marine subregion.'
  • ACSIE-M008 - 'Continued implementation of OSPAR recommendations for Threatened and/or Declining habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M016 - 'Continue to ensure coherence of Ireland's network of marine protected areas by setting up increased protection areas using tools such as habitat protection orders, no-take zones etc.'
  • ACSIE-M017 - 'To continue to consider whether sites justify selection as Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M018 - 'Set up (temporary or permanent) Marine Protected Areas in functional zones for fish.'
  • ACSIE-M019 - 'Develop a national strategy to create and manage Ireland's network of Marine Protected Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M024 - 'Continue to apply the Wildlife Acts 1976 to 2012.'
  • ACSIE-M026 - 'Continue to apply the regulations that enforce the Wildlife Acts and Regulations which makes it an offence to kill, injure or capture marine mammal species, and to cause damage to certain areas used by the species for shelter or protection, or to disturb animals occupying such areas.'
  • ACSIE-M027 - 'Continue to enforce legislation which makes it an offence to intentionally kill, injure, take, disturb, possess or trade species listed under the Wildlife Act.'
  • ACSIE-M029 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the possession of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M030 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling the import/export trade of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M031 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process controlling hunting of certain birds or animals.'
  • ACSIE-M032 - 'Continue to implement the licensing process governing disturbance of protected plant and animal species.'
  • ACSIE-M033 - 'To apply guidance in place for carrying out activities (e.g. pile driving, seismic survey) in Irish marine waters which have the potential to kill, injure or disturb a marine European species (i.e. any cetacean or bird species).'
  • ACSIE-M034 - 'Promote wildlife watching Codes of Practice to minimise risk of disturbance to marine wildlife including birds and mammals.'
  • ACSIE-M041 - 'Continue to effectively control and promote compliance in accordance with the EU fisheries legislation.'
  • ACSIE-M042 - 'To apply the Precautionary Principle to fisheries management to ensure that the exploitation of living marine biological resources restores and maintains populations of harvested species above levels which can produce the Maximum Sustainable Yield.'
  • ACSIE-M046 - 'Implementation of the Landing Obligation to help eliminate waste, protect young fish, rebuild fish stocks and ensure a sustainable future for the fishing industry.'
  • ACSIE-M050 - 'Promote the use of selective fishing gear in order to reduce high levels of unwanted catches and to gradually eliminate discards.'
  • ACSIE-M053 - 'To develop and implement fishery management measures for Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) at national level where sites are within the 6 nautical mile limit and at regional EU level for MPAs outside the 6 nautical mile limit.'
  • ACSIE-M057 - 'Apply the compulsory management schemes for species below their conservation objectives.'
  • ACSIE-M059 - 'Continue to manage the impacts of sea-fisheries and aquaculture in Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas.'
  • ACSIE-M063 - 'Continue to implement the EU fishery management measures for the protection of relevant species included on the OSPAR Threatened and/or Declining list.'
  • ACSIE-M098 - 'Continue to prohibit drift netting at sea.'
  • ACSIE-M124 - 'Continue to implement national legislation to appropriately apply licensing, regulation and planning for the marine and coastal environment, including the requirement for applications to be accompanied by the materials necessary for a full assessment of the proposed plan, project or development.'
  • ACSIE-M125 - 'Ensure that appropriate forms and levels of organisational governance are in place to support Foreshore Licensing, Petroleum Exploration/Appraisal/ Production Licensing, and proposed Maritime Option Licensing process.'
  • ACSIE-M126 - 'Ensure that the consenting/ permitting processes, overseen by relevant regulatory bodies/statutory bodies, sufficiently account for the adequate protection of habitats and species.'
  • ACSIE-M127 - 'Develop sector specific guidance documentation and regional strategy plans for renewable energy growth and impact control'
  • ACSIE-M128 - 'To apply the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive and associated legislation in relation to licences and consents.'
  • ACSIE-M133 - 'Ensure that environmental monitoring and mitigation measures stipulated in Environmental Impact Statements are fit for purpose and when/where deemed necessary are conducted appropriately.'
  • ACSIE-M207 - 'Continue to promote and support An Taisce´s programme on Ocean Literacy.'
  • ACSIE-M220 - 'Continue to promote the Bord Iascaigh Mhara Environment Management System (EMS) to assist fishermen to implement practices to help minimise the impact of fishing effort on the marine environment.'
Coverage of measures
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Adequate monitoring was in place in 2014
Related monitoring programmes
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
  • ACS-IE-D01-01
Programme code
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
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ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
ACS-IE-D01-01
Programme name
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Monitoring Programme for the Habitats Directive and Birds Directive Species
Update type
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Modified from 2014
Old programme codes
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
  • ACS-IE-D01-4-Birds
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_FishCeph
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Ceta
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Rept-01
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-02
  • ACS-IE-D01_D04_MammReps_Seal-03
Programme description
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Implementation of the 1992 EU Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) requires Member States to undertake surveillance (i.e. monitoring) of a wide range of Annex-listed flora, fauna and habitat types that are earmarked for conservation. The status of these features is then subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years, in accordance with Article 17 of the Directive. In this regard, the fundamental parameters underlying individual species assessments are the Range, Habitat for the species, Population (including trend information) and Future Prospects (including evaluation of pressures, threats and conservation measures). Similar to requirements under the Habitats Directive, implementation of the EU Birds Directive (Directive 2009/147/EC), that was first enacted in 1979, brings with it measures and actions for the conservation, protection and monitoring of populations of wild birds, including marine birds and their habitats. Following a recent revision to reporting requirements by the European Commission, the status of Ireland’s wild birds is now subject to detailed re-assessment and reporting once every six years. This provides an improved and more coherent alignment with Member State reporting requirements under the Habitats Directive.
Monitoring purpose
  • Effectiveness of measures
  • Environmental state and impacts
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  • Pressures in the marine environment
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  • Pressures in the marine environment
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  • Pressures in the marine environment
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  • Pressures in the marine environment
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  • Environmental state and impacts
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Other policies and conventions
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
  • Birds Directive
  • Data Collection Framework Multi-Annual Plan (Common Fisheries Policy)
  • Habitats Directive
  • Monitoring programme targeting at national legislation
Regional cooperation - coordinating body
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
  • OSPAR
Regional cooperation - countries involved
Regional cooperation - implementation level
Common monitoring strategy
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Monitoring details
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
There are nine survey campaigns within the Monitoring Programme for Habitats Directive & Birds Directive species. Several of these campaigns’ sampling regimes are interwoven. For example, two campaigns may provide data for national and international assessments of one species. Additionally, some campaigns may provide resources (in the form of funding or personnel) for targeted scientific data collection for a particular species. The campaigns that support this monitoring programme are: I. ObSERVE Programme II. NPWS Seal Monitoring III. Cetacean Monitoring IV. IWDG Cetacean Sighting and Stranding Schemes V. Turtle Sightings & Strandings VI. NPWS Breeding Seabird Monitoring VII. Seabirds at Sea Surveys VIII. Irish Wetland Bird Survey (I-WeBS) IX. IFI Monitoring of Diadromous Species & Habitats
Features
Species affected by incidental by-catch
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Species affected by incidental by-catch
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Species affected by incidental by-catch
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Species affected by incidental by-catch
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Benthic-feeding birds
Grazing birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
Surface-feeding birds
Wading birds
Coastal fish
Pelagic shelf fish
Baleen whales
Deep-diving toothed cetaceans
Small toothed cetaceans
Seals
Turtles
Elements
  • Not Applicable
  • Aythya ferina
  • Aythya fuligula
  • Aythya marila
  • Bucephala clangula
  • Clangula hyemalis
  • Gavia arctica
  • Gavia stellata
  • Melanitta fusca
  • Melanitta nigra
  • Podiceps nigricollis
  • Somateria mollissima
  • Anas acuta
  • Anas crecca
  • Anas platyrhynchos
  • Anas strepera
  • Anser albifrons
  • Anser anser
  • Anser brachyrhynchus
  • Anser erythropus
  • Anser fabalis
  • Branta bernicla
  • Branta canadensis
  • Branta leucopsis
  • Branta ruficollis
  • Cygnus columbianus
  • Cygnus cygnus
  • Cygnus olor
  • Fulica atra
  • Gallinula chloropus
  • Mareca penelope
  • Rallus aquaticus
  • Spatula clypeata
  • Spatula querquedula
  • Alca torda
  • Bulweria bulwerii
  • Calonectris diomedea borealis
  • Cepphus grylle
  • Fratercula arctica
  • Gavia immer
  • Mergellus albellus
  • Mergus merganser
  • Mergus serrator
  • Morus bassanus
  • Phalacrocorax aristotelis
  • Phalacrocorax carbo
  • Phalaropus fulicarius
  • Podiceps auritus
  • Podiceps cristatus
  • Podiceps grisegena
  • Puffinus baroli
  • Puffinus gravis
  • Tachybaptus ruficollis
  • Uria aalge
  • Alle alle
  • Chlidonias niger
  • Fulmarus glacialis
  • Gelochelidon nilotica
  • Haliaeetus albicilla
  • Hydrobates pelagicus
  • Hydrocoloeus minutus
  • Hydroprogne caspia
  • Larus argentatus
  • Larus canus
  • Larus fuscus graellsii
  • Larus marinus
  • Larus melanocephalus
  • Larus ridibundus
  • Oceanites oceanicus
  • Oceanodroma castro
  • Oceanodroma leucorhoa
  • Pandion haliaetus
  • Puffinus griseus
  • Puffinus mauretanicus
  • Puffinus puffinus
  • Rissa tridactyla
  • Stercorarius longicaudus
  • Stercorarius parasiticus
  • Stercorarius pomarinus
  • Stercorarius skua
  • Sterna dougallii
  • Sterna hirundo
  • Sterna paradisaea
  • Sternula albifrons
  • Uria lomvia
  • Xema sabini
  • Actitis hypoleucos
  • Anthus petrosus
  • Ardea alba
  • Ardea cinerea
  • Arenaria interpres
  • Calidris alba
  • Calidris alpina
  • Calidris canutus
  • Calidris ferruginea
  • Calidris maritima
  • Calidris minuta
  • Charadrius alexandrinus
  • Charadrius hiaticula
  • Egretta garzetta
  • Gallinago gallinago
  • Haematopus ostralegus
  • Larus glaucoides
  • Larus hyperboreus
  • Larus michahellis
  • Limosa lapponica
  • Limosa limosa
  • Numenius arquata
  • Numenius phaeopus
  • Phalaropus lobatus
  • Philomachus pugnax
  • Platalea leucorodia
  • Pluvialis apricaria
  • Pluvialis squatarola
  • Recurvirostra avosetta
  • Tadorna tadorna
  • Tringa erythropus
  • Tringa glareola
  • Tringa nebularia
  • Tringa totanus
  • Vanellus vanellus
  • Cetorhinus maximus
  • Lampetra fluviatilis
  • Petromyzon marinus
  • Salmo trutta
  • Alosa fallax
  • Salmo salar
  • Balaenoptera acutorostrata
  • Balaenoptera borealis
  • Balaenoptera musculus
  • Balaenoptera physalus
  • Eubalaena glacialis
  • Megaptera novaeangliae
  • Globicephala melas
  • Grampus griseus
  • Hyperoodon ampullatus
  • Kogia breviceps
  • Mesoplodon europaeus
  • Mesoplodon mirus
  • Physeter macrocephalus
  • Ziphius cavirostris
  • Delphinapterus leucas
  • Delphinus delphis
  • Lagenorhynchus acutus
  • Lagenorhynchus albirostris
  • Orcinus orca
  • Phocoena phocoena
  • Pseudorca crassidens
  • Stenella coeruleoalba
  • Tursiops truncatus
  • Halichoerus grypus
  • Phoca vitulina
  • Dermochelys coriacea
  • Aythya ferina
  • Aythya fuligula
  • Aythya marila
  • Bucephala clangula
  • Clangula hyemalis
  • Gavia arctica
  • Gavia stellata
  • Melanitta fusca
  • Melanitta nigra
  • Podiceps nigricollis
  • Somateria mollissima
  • Anas acuta
  • Anas crecca
  • Anas platyrhynchos
  • Anas strepera
  • Anser albifrons
  • Anser anser
  • Anser brachyrhynchus
  • Anser erythropus
  • Anser fabalis
  • Branta bernicla
  • Branta canadensis
  • Branta leucopsis
  • Branta ruficollis
  • Cygnus columbianus
  • Cygnus cygnus
  • Cygnus olor
  • Fulica atra
  • Gallinula chloropus
  • Mareca penelope
  • Rallus aquaticus
  • Spatula clypeata
  • Spatula querquedula
  • Alca torda
  • Bulweria bulwerii
  • Calonectris diomedea borealis
  • Cepphus grylle
  • Fratercula arctica
  • Gavia immer
  • Mergellus albellus
  • Mergus merganser
  • Mergus serrator
  • Morus bassanus
  • Phalacrocorax aristotelis
  • Phalacrocorax carbo
  • Phalaropus fulicarius
  • Podiceps auritus
  • Podiceps cristatus
  • Podiceps grisegena
  • Puffinus baroli
  • Puffinus gravis
  • Tachybaptus ruficollis
  • Uria aalge
  • Alle alle
  • Chlidonias niger
  • Fulmarus glacialis
  • Gelochelidon nilotica
  • Haliaeetus albicilla
  • Hydrobates pelagicus
  • Hydrocoloeus minutus
  • Hydroprogne caspia
  • Larus argentatus
  • Larus canus
  • Larus fuscus graellsii
  • Larus marinus
  • Larus melanocephalus
  • Larus ridibundus
  • Oceanites oceanicus
  • Oceanodroma castro
  • Oceanodroma leucorhoa
  • Pandion haliaetus
  • Puffinus griseus
  • Puffinus mauretanicus
  • Puffinus puffinus
  • Rissa tridactyla
  • Stercorarius longicaudus
  • Stercorarius parasiticus
  • Stercorarius pomarinus
  • Stercorarius skua
  • Sterna dougallii
  • Sterna hirundo
  • Sterna paradisaea
  • Sternula albifrons
  • Uria lomvia
  • Xema sabini
  • Actitis hypoleucos
  • Anthus petrosus
  • Ardea alba
  • Ardea cinerea
  • Arenaria interpres
  • Calidris alba
  • Calidris alpina
  • Calidris canutus
  • Calidris ferruginea
  • Calidris maritima
  • Calidris minuta
  • Charadrius alexandrinus
  • Charadrius hiaticula
  • Egretta garzetta
  • Gallinago gallinago
  • Haematopus ostralegus
  • Larus glaucoides
  • Larus hyperboreus
  • Larus michahellis
  • Limosa lapponica
  • Limosa limosa
  • Numenius arquata
  • Numenius phaeopus
  • Phalaropus lobatus
  • Philomachus pugnax
  • Platalea leucorodia
  • Pluvialis apricaria
  • Pluvialis squatarola
  • Recurvirostra avosetta
  • Tadorna tadorna
  • Tringa erythropus
  • Tringa glareola
  • Tringa nebularia
  • Tringa totanus
  • Vanellus vanellus
  • Cetorhinus maximus
  • Lampetra fluviatilis
  • Petromyzon marinus
  • Salmo trutta
  • Alosa fallax
  • Salmo salar
  • Balaenoptera acutorostrata
  • Balaenoptera borealis
  • Balaenoptera musculus
  • Balaenoptera physalus
  • Eubalaena glacialis
  • Megaptera novaeangliae
  • Globicephala melas
  • Grampus griseus
  • Hyperoodon ampullatus
  • Kogia breviceps
  • Mesoplodon europaeus
  • Mesoplodon mirus
  • Physeter macrocephalus
  • Ziphius cavirostris
  • Delphinapterus leucas
  • Delphinus delphis
  • Lagenorhynchus acutus
  • Lagenorhynchus albirostris
  • Orcinus orca
  • Phocoena phocoena
  • Pseudorca crassidens
  • Stenella coeruleoalba
  • Tursiops truncatus
  • Halichoerus grypus
  • Phoca vitulina
  • Dermochelys coriacea
  • Aythya ferina
  • Aythya fuligula
  • Aythya marila
  • Bucephala clangula
  • Clangula hyemalis
  • Gavia arctica
  • Gavia stellata
  • Melanitta fusca
  • Melanitta nigra
  • Podiceps nigricollis
  • Somateria mollissima
  • Anas acuta
  • Anas crecca
  • Anas platyrhynchos
  • Anas strepera
  • Anser albifrons
  • Anser anser
  • Anser brachyrhynchus
  • Anser erythropus
  • Anser fabalis
  • Branta bernicla
  • Branta canadensis
  • Branta leucopsis
  • Branta ruficollis
  • Cygnus columbianus
  • Cygnus cygnus
  • Cygnus olor
  • Fulica atra
  • Gallinula chloropus
  • Mareca penelope
  • Rallus aquaticus
  • Spatula clypeata
  • Spatula querquedula
  • Alca torda
  • Bulweria bulwerii
  • Calonectris diomedea borealis
  • Cepphus grylle
  • Fratercula arctica
  • Gavia immer
  • Mergellus albellus
  • Mergus merganser
  • Mergus serrator
  • Morus bassanus
  • Phalacrocorax aristotelis
  • Phalacrocorax carbo
  • Phalaropus fulicarius
  • Podiceps auritus
  • Podiceps cristatus
  • Podiceps grisegena
  • Puffinus baroli
  • Puffinus gravis
  • Tachybaptus ruficollis
  • Uria aalge
  • Alle alle
  • Chlidonias niger
  • Fulmarus glacialis
  • Gelochelidon nilotica
  • Haliaeetus albicilla
  • Hydrobates pelagicus
  • Hydrocoloeus minutus
  • Hydroprogne caspia
  • Larus argentatus
  • Larus canus
  • Larus fuscus graellsii
  • Larus marinus
  • Larus melanocephalus
  • Larus ridibundus
  • Oceanites oceanicus
  • Oceanodroma castro
  • Oceanodroma leucorhoa
  • Pandion haliaetus
  • Puffinus griseus
  • Puffinus mauretanicus
  • Puffinus puffinus
  • Rissa tridactyla
  • Stercorarius longicaudus
  • Stercorarius parasiticus
  • Stercorarius pomarinus
  • Stercorarius skua
  • Sterna dougallii
  • Sterna hirundo
  • Sterna paradisaea
  • Sternula albifrons
  • Uria lomvia
  • Xema sabini
  • Actitis hypoleucos
  • Anthus petrosus
  • Ardea alba
  • Ardea cinerea
  • Arenaria interpres
  • Calidris alba
  • Calidris alpina
  • Calidris canutus
  • Calidris ferruginea
  • Calidris maritima
  • Calidris minuta
  • Charadrius alexandrinus
  • Charadrius hiaticula
  • Egretta garzetta
  • Gallinago gallinago
  • Haematopus ostralegus
  • Larus glaucoides
  • Larus hyperboreus
  • Larus michahellis
  • Limosa lapponica
  • Limosa limosa
  • Numenius arquata
  • Numenius phaeopus
  • Phalaropus lobatus
  • Philomachus pugnax
  • Platalea leucorodia
  • Pluvialis apricaria
  • Pluvialis squatarola
  • Recurvirostra avosetta
  • Tadorna tadorna
  • Tringa erythropus
  • Tringa glareola
  • Tringa nebularia
  • Tringa totanus
  • Vanellus vanellus
  • Cetorhinus maximus
  • Lampetra fluviatilis
  • Petromyzon marinus
  • Salmo trutta
  • Alosa fallax
  • Salmo salar
  • Balaenoptera acutorostrata
  • Balaenoptera borealis
  • Balaenoptera musculus
  • Balaenoptera physalus
  • Eubalaena glacialis
  • Megaptera novaeangliae
  • Globicephala melas
  • Grampus griseus
  • Hyperoodon ampullatus
  • Kogia breviceps
  • Mesoplodon europaeus
  • Mesoplodon mirus
  • Physeter macrocephalus
  • Ziphius cavirostris
  • Delphinapterus leucas
  • Delphinus delphis
  • Lagenorhynchus acutus
  • Lagenorhynchus albirostris
  • Orcinus orca
  • Phocoena phocoena
  • Pseudorca crassidens
  • Stenella coeruleoalba
  • Tursiops truncatus
  • Halichoerus grypus
  • Phoca vitulina
  • Dermochelys coriacea
GES criteria
D1C1
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C2
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C4
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
D1C5
Parameters
  • Mortality (weight/volume; number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Abundance (number of individuals)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (pattern)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Distribution (range)
  • Distribution (spatial)
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
  • Extent
Parameter Other
Spatial scope
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
  • Coastal waters (WFD)
  • Continental shelf (beyond EEZ)
  • EEZ (or similar)
  • Terrestrial part of MS
  • Transitional waters (WFD)
Marine reporting units
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
  • ACS-IE-AA-001
Temporal scope (start date - end date)
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
1980-9999
Monitoring frequency
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Continually
Monitoring type
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
  • Administrative data collection
  • Ecological modelling
  • In-situ sampling coastal
  • In-situ sampling offshore
Monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Combined guideline for the common indicators FC1, FC2, FC3 and FW3 for fish and food webs (Agreement 2018-05)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Grey Seal Pup Production (M5) (Agreement 2016-12)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Abundance (B1) (Agreement 2016-09)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Marine Bird Breeding Success/Failure (B3) (Agreement 2016-10)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common Indicator - Seal Abundance and Distribution (M3) (Agreement 2016-11)
  • OSPAR CEMP Guideline: Common indicator: Abundance at the relevant temporal scale of cetacean species regularly present (M4) – Interim version (Agreement 2018-09)
  • Other monitoring method
Monitoring method other
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Use of opportunistic public sighting and stranding records for marine reptiles and mammals
Quality control
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Monitoring data is quality controlled by experts in the statutory nature conservation authority (National Parks and Wildlife Service [NPWS], Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage) and partner agencies (e.g. Inland Fisheries Ireland, Marine Institute), by their external contractor organisations as commissioned, and by regional reporting domains (e.g. OSPAR).
Data management
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
The NPWS and Inland Fisheries Ireland actively conduct, and also commission, the majority of data acquisition under the Habitats Directive & Birds Directive Monitoring Programme. External contractor organisations play an important role in data collection and data management, including the quality control and quality assurance processes associated with such data. The NPWS and Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage encourage the free dissemination of biodiversity data and aim to publish their data holdings into the future, where possible, as Open Data licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Publicly available datasets are available via the NPWS website (see below). Summary discovery metadata for Government data-related projects are also published and updated at the following public sector online data catalogues: . Irish Spatial Data Exchange . Irish Government Open Data Portal
Data access
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  • ACS-IE-MortalityRateIncidentalBycatch2021
  • ACS-IE-PopulationAbundance2021
  • ACS-IE-SpeciesDistributionalRangeExtent2021
  • ACS-IE-SpeciesHabitatExtent2021
  • ACS-IE-MortalityRateIncidentalBycatch2021
  • ACS-IE-PopulationAbundance2021
  • ACS-IE-SpeciesDistributionalRangeExtent2021
  • ACS-IE-SpeciesHabitatExtent2021
  • ACS-IE-MortalityRateIncidentalBycatch2021
  • ACS-IE-PopulationAbundance2021
  • ACS-IE-SpeciesDistributionalRangeExtent2021
  • ACS-IE-SpeciesHabitatExtent2021
  • ACS-IE-MortalityRateIncidentalBycatch2021
  • ACS-IE-PopulationAbundance2021
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Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.
Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2013) Seal depredation and bycatch in set net fisheries in Irish waters. BIM Fisheries Resource Series, Vol. 10. Cosgrove, R., Cronin, M., Reid, D., Gosch, M., Sheridan, M., Chopin, N. & Jessopp, M. (2016) Seal bycatch in gillnet and entangling net fisheries in Irish waters. Fisheries Research 183: 192-199. Cummins, S., Lauder, C., Lauder, A. & Tierney, T. D. (2019) The Status of Ireland’s Breeding Seabirds: Birds Directive Article 12 Reporting 2013 – 2018. Irish Wildlife Manuals, No. 114. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Ireland. 89pp. Doyle, T. K. (2007) Leatherback Sea Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Irish waters. Irish Wildlife Manuals No. 32. National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Dublin, Ireland. ICES. (2018) Report from the Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC), 1–4 May 2018, Reykjavik, Iceland. ICES CM 2018/ACOM:25. 128 pp. ICES. (2019) Working Group on Bycatch of Protected Species (WGBYC). ICES Scientific Reports. 1:51. 163 pp. http://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.5563 NPWS. (2019a) The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 1: Summary Overview. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill. 99pp. NPWS (2019b). The Status of EU Protected Habitats and Species in Ireland. Volume 3: Species Assessments. Unpublished NPWS report. Edited by: Deirdre Lynn and Fionnuala O’Neill.