National overview: Ireland

Who is responsible for MSFD implementation?

MSFD Article Art. 7 Competent authorities
Report date 2011-05-25
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CA code (EU, national)
IEMSCA1
Acronym, Name (national)
Department of Environment, Community and Local Government ()
Address
Newtown Road, Wexford/, Ireland,
URL
www.environ.ie
Legal status
The Competent Authority is a Department of the Irish Government
Responsibilities
The Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government‘s mission is ―” to pursue sustainable development”. It has a broad range of responsibilities such as sustainable regional and community development and support, improving and protection the environment, effect national climate change response, effective local government and the protection and improvement of our water resource. In relation to our marine waters the competent authority is responsible for ensuring Completion of Initial Assessment of Irish marine waters; establishment of environmental targets and indicators: July 2012 Establishment of a Monitoring Programme: July 2014 Establishment of a Programme of Measures to achieve GES: 2015 Implementation of these measure by: 2016 The Competent Authority will coordinate the efforts of other government Departments and Agencies in pursuance of these objectives.
Reference
Directive 2008/56/EC
Membership
The Department of Community, Environment and Local Government is the competent authority for the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive and coordinates the interaction of the following key Government Departments and their Agencies; . Department of Agriculture, Marine and Food Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport Department of Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Affairs Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources The above Departments of State are required to provide the competent authority with information and such assistance as is required by the competent authority for the purposes of developing a marine strategy, cooperation with other Member States, preparation of initial assessment and associated targets and indicators, determination of GES, establishment of monitoring programme and a programme of measures.
Regional coordination
Regional and sub regional coordination will be achieved via the work of the regional seas convention for the North East Atlantic, OSPAR. The Competent Authority is the Head of the Irish Delegation to OSPAR and it coordinates attendance at the various committees by representatives from our Membership group above.

Where is the MSFD implemented?

MSFD Article Art. 3(1) Marine waters
Report date 2016-03-29
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Member state marine waters
The ‘outmost reaches of where a Member State has and / or exercises jurisdictional rights, in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)’ for the purposes of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) are the outer limits of its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). This is because, under Article 56(1) of the UNCLOS, within its EEZ a coastal state exercises jurisdiction with respect to, inter alia, the protection and preservation of the marine environment. For Ireland these outmost reaches have been established by the Sea Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Act 2006 (No. 8 of 2006). This provides that the outer limit of the EEZ is the line every point of which lies at a distance of 200 nautical miles (nm) from the nearest point of the baseline except where, ‘because of the proximity of a similar maritime zone of another state’ a 200 nm outer limit cannot be applied, the boundary of the EEZ is the ‘equitable equidistant line’ between the State and that other state. The Government prescribes the co-ordinates of such a line by statutory order and this is presently done by the Maritime Jurisdiction (Exclusive Fishery Limits) Order, 1976. In addition to the marine area enclosed by these outmost reaches, Ireland exercises a more limited form of jurisdiction for the protection of the marine environment in an area of continental shelf that extends beyond 200 nm from the State’s baselines in the area abutting the Porcupine Abyssal Plain. In this area Ireland exercises sovereign rights for the purpose of exploring and exploiting the natural resources located in, on or under the seabed and its jurisdiction to protect the marine environment here therefore extends only to activities directed at exploiting these natural resources and that may harm it. Such activity can only proceed by licence and there are no such activities currently licensed. Moreover this limited jurisdiction does not extend to the water column above the seabed beyond 200 nm from baselines, which is part of the high seas. The more limited form of jurisdiction referred to above cannot effectively be exercised at present in two other areas of continental shelf that extend beyond 200 nm from baselines and that are also claimed by Ireland because of disputed or unresolved maritime boundary issues. The effective exercise of such jurisdiction must await the outcome of maritime delimitation negotiations. The areas concerned are the southern part of the Hatton-Rockall area, which is subject to overlapping claims by both Iceland and the Faroe Islands, and part of the seabed in the Celtic Sea and Bay of Biscay, where there are unresolved boundaries between Ireland, France, Spain and the United Kingdom. Ireland does not propose to apply the requirements of the MSFD in these unresolved or disputed areas at present. Irish marine waters include coastal waters identified for the purposes of the Water Framework Directive (Directive 2000/60/EC). The landward boundary of marine waters is identified by the high water mark (HWM) shown on the Ordnance Survey Maps of Ireland except in the case of transitional waters (Directive 2000/60/EC) which are excluded from the scope of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (2008/56/EC). There is at present no agreement on territorial sea boundaries between Ireland and the United Kingdom in the vicinity of Lough Foyle and Carlingford Lough. Negotiations are also currently underway between Ireland and the UK on the delimitation of the EEZ. The area of Ireland’s marine waters covers an area of approximately 488,762 km2. Submission of Spatial Data Spatial data identifying Ireland’s marine waters described above and reported into DB Table MSFD4_GeographicalAreasDescription will be provided as a GIS polygon dataset. The format of the GIS polygon dataset is ESRI shapefile. Shapefile record contents consist of a shape type followed by the geometric data for the shape. Marine Waters Boundary Data Ireland will provide a GIS polygon file which includes all geographic boundaries relevant to the Ireland’s marine waters. This dataset will include geometry for the two component areas of Ireland’s marine waters where jurisdiction and limited jurisdiction, as described applies. The polygon dataset will include an attribute table containing the information shown in Table 5.5 - Attribute data for polygons in MS marine waters dataset as stated within European Commission, 2012, Guidance for 2012 reporting under the Marine Strategy Framework Directive, using the MSFD database tool, Version 1.0, DG Environment, Brussels, pp164 (http://icm.eionet.europa.eu/schemas/dir200856ec/resources/MSFD%202012%20reporting%20guidance_incl_database_v1.0.pdf). Assessment Area Boundary Data Ireland will provide a GIS polygon file for the Irish assessment area boundary used for reporting on Articles 8, 9 and 10. This polygon will be attributed with its unique MarineUnitID code (i.e. only one) in the attribute table. Guidance on the reporting of spatial data and metadata, detailed in Document No 3 of the EIONET help documents, http://icm.eionet.europa.eu/schemas/dir200856ec/resources is under development. With regard to Irelands GIS polygon data, files and associated metadata standards will follow, where possible, standards developed under the INSPIRE Directive (2007/2/EC16). The Irish Spatial Data Exchange is a Discovery Service guided by the INSPIRE Directive. A discovery service makes it possible to search for spatial datasets, services and applications on the basis of the content of the corresponding metadata (ie. description) and to display the content of the metadata. The INSPIRE Directive aims to establish an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community, to allow public access to environmental information and re-use of public sector information. INSPIRE compliant metadata for Ireland’s geographic boundary areas will be available through Irish Spatial Data Exchange. Metadata Record Name: MSFD Marine Waters Boundary Data Metadata Catalog URL: http://catalog.marine.ie/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home Metadata Record Name: MSFD Assessment Area Boundary Data Metadata Catalog URL: http://catalog.marine.ie/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home Whilst there is no specific method for deriving area measurements for MSFD reporting, the general guidance for derivation of area where true area representation is required is the use of of EPSG: 3035 - ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA for area calculation of MSFD marine waters. Ireland understands that both the EEA and ICES use EPSG: 3035 - ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA. This geographic projection system is widely recognised as being the single coordinate reference system for all Europe and is used for statistical mapping at all scales and other purposes where true area representation is required. ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA Europe is suitable for use in Europe - onshore and offshore. For this reason the MSFD assessment area calculations for Ireland have been derived using the EPSG: 3035 - ETRS89 / ETRS-LAEA coordinate reference system.
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Areas for MSFD reporting

MSFD Article Art. 4/2017 Decision: Marine regions, subregions, and subdivisions
Report date 2016-03-29
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Region / subregion description
See Member State Description. All of Ireland’s marine waters fall within the North-east Atlantic Ocean marine region and within the marine subregion known the Celtic Seas. No formal subdivisions of this marine subregion have been made.
Subdivisions
Not applicable.
MRUs description (AreaType)
Ireland’s assessment area has been defined under description above. No division of this area into smaller assessment areas has been undertaken for the initial assessment .
MRUs
Region or subregion Member state Area type Marine Reporting Unit MRU Name Art. 8-9-10 (2012) Art. 11 (2014) Art. 13-14 (2016) Art. 17 (8-9-10) (2018) Art. 18 (2019) Art. 17 (11) (2020)
ACS IE AA_AssessmentArea ACS-IE-AA-001
Irish Assesment Area
Used Used Used Used

Regional cooperation

MSFD Article Art. 5(2) and Art. 6 Regional cooperation
Report date 2016-03-29
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Region/ subregion
ACS
Art. 8 countries involved
PT, SE, LU, BE, FI, UK, DK, NL, , DE, FR, IS, , CH, NO, ES
Art. 8 nature of coordination
National experts are working within the framework of OSPAR, the European Commission’s Common Implementation Strategy (CIS) for the MSFD and the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) to advance knowledge and coordinate implementation of the Directive.. Ireland has been actively involved with these organisations for many years. This cooperation provides Ireland with access to a valuable network of expertise much larger than is available within Ireland alone. In particular, the OSPAR Quality Status Report provided an important starting point for the initial Assessment. Ireland is participating in various OSPAR working groups and committees and is represented through expert involvement from across the relevant Government Departments and State Agencies. In addition, Ireland draws on the work of the ICES scientific and advisory services, particularly in respect of the work done on Descriptor 3. Ireland is employing the assessment methodology developed through the EU funded ODEMM Project. Countries involved United Kingdom, France, and other OSPAR and EU countries. (Coordination at a national level was with UK and France only. Through OSPAR and the CIS we have coordinated with all OSPAR and EU countries)
Art. 8 regional coherence
Partial
Art. 8 regional coherence problems
Based on coordination within OSPAR and the CIS, Ireland is currently not aware of any significant differences, problems or inconsistencies with the initial assessments being carried out in the UK and France. Our understanding of the implications and implementation of the MSFD is continuously evolving. This, coupled with the demands on limited resources to complete the initial assessment and first set of reporting sheets, means that regional coordination will probably improve as we progress this and subsequent reporting cycles.
Art. 9 countries involved
PT, SE, LU, BE, FI, UK, DK, NL, , DE, FR, IS, , CH, NO, ES
Art. 9 nature of coordination
Ireland has utilised the information sharing facilitated by OSPAR on existing methodologies and future developments for determining GES, environmental targets and indicators. The non-binding OSPAR ‘Advice Documents’ use the benefit of OSPAR expertise to set out common approaches for expressing GES and potential methodologies for developing targets and indicators. The OSPAR countries implementing the MSFD have collectively analysed and shared their emerging GES determinations and associated targets and indicators through the creation of an inventory of emerging national proposals for Descriptors 3,5,7,8,9,10 and 11. For the biodiversity Descriptors (1, 2, 4 and 6) OSPAR countries are sharing expertise on common approaches. An intensive programme of work is still continuing to coordinate national approaches to biodiversity targets and indicators, including the ongoing development of a proposed set of common OSPAR biodiversity indicators for MSFD. Ireland has also participated in EU coordination through the EU CIS process and, in particular, through work carried out by the EU Technical Sub-Group on litter and the EU Technical Sub-Group on underwater noise.
Art. 9 regional coherence
Partial
Art. 9 regional coherence problems
As set out in Finding Common Ground – 2012, OSPAR countries have identified a number of areas where regional coordination can be improved. Key priorities for OSPAR-level work between 2012 and 2018, include work on common indicators as a basis for an update of the OSPAR monitoring and assessment programme, as well as work on common approaches to measures (Executive Summary, OSPAR Commission, 2012). Issues with each of the 11 Descriptors were also identified by OSPAR and over the coming years Ireland will engage fully with OSPAR to progress this work and improve coordination. Biodiversity monitoring and assessment has been identified by OSPAR as an area which could particularly benefit from increased regional coordination, similar to the coordination achieved by OSPAR in areas such as contaminants and eutrophication. The challenge remains at regional level to achieve a common understanding, approach and methodology for implementing an ecosystem-based assessment to evaluate GES as required by the MSFD.
Art. 10 countries involved
PT, SE, LU, BE, FI, UK, DK, NL, , DE, FR, IS, , CH, NO, ES
Art. 10 nature of coordination
Ireland has utilised the information sharing facilitated by OSPAR on existing methodologies and future developments for determining GES, environmental targets and indicators. The non-binding OSPAR ‘Advice Documents’ use the benefit of OSPAR expertise to set out common approaches for expressing GES and potential methodologies for developing targets and indicators. The OSPAR countries implementing the MSFD have collectively analysed and shared their emerging GES determinations and associated targets and indicators through the creation of an inventory of emerging national proposals for Descriptors 3,5,7,8,9,10 and 11. For the biodiversity Descriptors (1, 2, 4 and 6) OSPAR countries are sharing expertise on common approaches. An intensive programme of work is still continuing to coordinate national approaches to biodiversity targets and indicators, including the ongoing development of a proposed set of common OSPAR biodiversity indicators for MSFD. Ireland has also participated in EU coordination through the EU CIS process and, in particular, through work carried out by the EU Technical Sub-Group on litter and the EU Technical Sub-Group on underwater noise.
Art. 10 regional coherence
Partial
Art. 10 regional coherence problems
As set out in Finding Common Ground – 2012, OSPAR countries have identified a number of areas where regional coordination can be improved. Key priorities for OSPAR-level work between 2012 and 2018, include work on common indicators as a basis for an update of the OSPAR monitoring and assessment programme, as well as work on common approaches to measures (Executive Summary, OSPAR Commission, 2012). Issues with each of the 11 Descriptors were also identified by OSPAR and over the coming years Ireland will engage fully with OSPAR to progress this work and improve coordination. Biodiversity monitoring and assessment has been identified by OSPAR as an area which could particularly benefit from increased regional coordination, similar to the coordination achieved by OSPAR in areas such as contaminants and eutrophication. The challenge remains at regional level to achieve a common understanding, approach and methodology for implementing an ecosystem-based assessment to evaluate GES as required by the MSFD.

Uses and human activities and their pressures on marine environment

Title Analysis of predominant pressures and impacts, including human activity (Art. 8(1)(b))
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Uses and human activities (MSFD Annex III, Table 2b) Anthropogenic pressures on the marine environment (MSFD Annex III, Table 2a)
Biological Physical Substances, litter and energy
Non-indigenous species Microbial pathogens Genetically modified species & translocation Cultivation of species Disturbance of species Extraction of, or mortality/ injury to, species Physical disturbance Physical loss Changes to hydrological conditions Nutrients Organic matter Contaminants, incl. acute pollution events Litter Anthropogenic sound Other forms of energy Input of water
Physical restructuring of rivers, coastline or seabed (water management) All activities related to physical restructuring of rivers, coastline or seabed
Canalisation and other watercourse modifications
Coastal defence and flood protection
Land claim
Offshore structures (other than for oil/gas/renewables)
Restructuring of seabed morphology, including dredging and depositing of materials
Extraction of non-living resources All activities related to extraction of non-living resources
Extraction of minerals (rock, metal ores, gravel, sand, shell)
Extraction of oil and gas, including infrastructure
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • All pressures related to inputs of substances, litter and energy
  • All pressures related to inputs of substances, litter and energy
  • All pressures related to inputs of substances, litter and energy
  • Input of other substances
  • All pressures related to inputs of substances, litter and energy
  • All pressures related to inputs of substances, litter and energy
  • Input of anthropogenic sound
  • All pressures related to inputs of substances, litter and energy
  • All pressures related to inputs of substances, litter and energy
Extraction of salt
Extraction of water
Production of energy All activities related to production of energy
Transmission of electricity and communications (cables)
Non-renewable energy generation
Renewable energy generation (wind, wave and tidal power), including infrastructure
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Physical loss of the seabed
  • Input of other forms of energy
Extraction of living resources All activities related to extraction of living resources
Fish and shellfish harvesting (professional, recreational)
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Input of litter
Fish and shellfish processing
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
  • Input of nutrients
Hunting and collecting for other purposes
Marine plant harvesting
Cultivation of living resources Agriculture
All activities related to cultivation of living resources
Aquaculture - freshwater
Aquaculture - marine, including infrastructure
  • Input or spread of non-indigenous species
  • Input of nutrients
  • Input of litter
Forestry
Transport Transport - air
All activities related to transport
Transport infrastructure
Transport - land
Transport - shipping
  • Input or spread of non-indigenous species
  • Input of other substances
  • Input of anthropogenic sound
Urban and industrial uses All urban and industrial uses
Industrial uses
Urban uses
Waste treatment and disposal
Tourism and leisure Tourism and leisure activities
  • Input or spread of non-indigenous species
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Input of litter
All activities related to tourism and leisure
Tourism and leisure infrastructure
Security/defence Military operations (subject to Article 2(2))
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Input of anthropogenic sound
  • Input of other forms of energy
Education and research Research, survey and educational activities
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Input of anthropogenic sound

Pressures affecting environmental status

Title Assessments of current environental status and pressures and impacts (Art. 8(1)(a)(b))
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GES Descriptors Anthropogenic pressures on the marine environment (MSFD Annex III, Table 2a)
Biological Physical Substances, litter and energy
Non-indigenous species Microbial pathogens Genetically modified species & translocation Cultivation of species Disturbance of species Extraction of, or mortality/ injury to, species Physical disturbance Physical loss Changes to hydrological conditions Nutrients Organic matter Contaminants, incl. acute pollution events Litter Anthropogenic sound Other forms of energy Input of water
Pressure-based descriptors D2 Non-indigenous species
D5 Eutrophication
  • Input of nutrients
  • Input of organic matter
D7 Hydrographical changes
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Physical loss of the seabed
  • Changes to hydrological conditions
D8 Contaminants
  • Input of other substances
D9 Contaminants in seafood
  • Input of other substances
D10 Litter
  • Input of litter
D11 Energy, incl. underwater noise
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Input of anthropogenic sound
State-based descriptors D1 Birds
  • Loss of, or change to, natural biological communities due to cultivation of animal or plant species
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Input of nutrients
  • Input of organic matter
  • Input of other substances
  • Input of litter
  • Input of anthropogenic sound
D1 Mammals
  • Loss of, or change to, natural biological communities due to cultivation of animal or plant species
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Input of nutrients
  • Input of organic matter
  • Input of other substances
  • Input of litter
  • Input of anthropogenic sound
D1 Reptiles
  • Loss of, or change to, natural biological communities due to cultivation of animal or plant species
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Input of nutrients
  • Input of organic matter
  • Input of other substances
  • Input of litter
  • Input of anthropogenic sound
D1 Fish
  • Loss of, or change to, natural biological communities due to cultivation of animal or plant species
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Input of nutrients
  • Input of organic matter
  • Input of other substances
D1 Cephalopods
D3 Commercial fish and shellfish
  • Disturbance of species due to human presence
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
D1 Pelagic habitats
D6 Sea-floor integrity/D1 Benthic habitats
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
  • Physical disturbance to seabed
  • Physical loss of the seabed
D4 Food webs/D1 Ecosystems
  • Extraction of, or mortality/injury to, wild species
  • Input of nutrients
  • Input of organic matter

Current environmental status and extent to which GES is achieved (as reported in 2018)

Title Assessments of current environental status and pressures and impacts (Art. 8(1)(a)(b))
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GES Descriptors Features Marine Reporting Unit GES extent achieved GES extent unit GES achieved
Pressure-based descriptors D2 Non-indigenous species
Newly-introduced non-indigenous species
ACS-IE-AA-001
GES achieved by 2018
D5 Eutrophication
Eutrophication
ACS-IE-AA-001
GES achieved by 2018
D7 Hydrographical changes
Hydrographical changes
ACS-IE-AA-001
99.891
Proportion of area in good status
GES achieved by 2018
D8 Contaminants
Acute pollution events
ACS-IE-AA-001
GES achieved by 2018
Contaminants - non UPBT substances
ACS-IE-AA-001
Proportion of substances in good status
GES achieved by 2018
Contaminants - UPBT substances
ACS-IE-AA-001
Proportion of substances in good status
GES achieved by 2018
Marine species
ACS-IE-AA-001
GES achieved by 2018
D9 Contaminants in seafood
Contaminants - in seafood
ACS-IE-AA-001
99.7
Proportion of substances in good status
GES achieved by 2018
D10 Litter
Litter in the environment
ACS-IE-AA-001
Proportion of litter categories in good status
GES achieved by 2018
Micro-litter in the environment
ACS-IE-AA-001
Proportion of litter categories in good status
Unknown
D11 Energy, incl. underwater noise
Impulsive sound in water
ACS-IE-AA-001
Proportion of area in good status
GES achieved by 2018
State-based descriptors D1 Birds
Pelagic-feeding birds
ACS-IE-AA-001
67
Proportion of species in good status within species group
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, no Article 14 exception reported
D1 Mammals
Small toothed cetaceans
ACS-IE-AA-001
100
Proportion of species in good status within species group
GES achieved by 2018
Seals
ACS-IE-AA-001
100
Proportion of species in good status within species group
GES achieved by 2018
D1 Reptiles
Turtles
ACS-IE-AA-001
Unknown
D1 Fish
Coastal fish
ACS-IE-AA-001
20
Proportion of species in good status within species group
GES expected to be achieved later than 2020, no Article 14 exception reported
D1 Cephalopods
Not reported
D3 Commercial fish and shellfish
Commercially exploited fish and shellfish
ACS-IE-AA-001
19
Proportion of populations in good status
Unknown
D1 Pelagic habitats
Not reported
D6 Sea-floor integrity/D1 Benthic habitats
Benthic broad habitats
ACS-IE-AA-001
GES achieved by 2018
Physical disturbance to seabed
ACS-IE-AA-001
Unknown
Physical loss of the seabed
ACS-IE-AA-001
GES achieved by 2018
D4 Food webs/D1 Ecosystems
Ecosystems, including food webs
ACS-IE-AA-001
Unknown

Environmental targets to achieve GES

Title Environmental targets (Art. 10)
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GES Descriptors Anthropogenic pressures on the marine environment (MSFD Annex III, Table 2a)
Biological Physical Substances, litter and energy
Non-indigenous species Microbial pathogens Genetically modified species & translocation Cultivation of species Disturbance of species Extraction of, or mortality/ injury to, species Physical disturbance Physical loss Changes to hydrological conditions Nutrients Organic matter Contaminants, incl. acute pollution events Litter Anthropogenic sound Other forms of energy Input of water
Pressure-based descriptors D2 Non-indigenous species
D5 Eutrophication
  • D5T1
  • D5T2
  • D5T5
  • D5T1
  • D5T2
  • D5T5
D7 Hydrographical changes
  • D7T1
  • D7T1
  • D7T1
D8 Contaminants
  • D8T1a
  • D8T1b
  • D8T2
D9 Contaminants in seafood
  • D9T1
D10 Litter
  • D10T1a
  • D10T1b
D11 Energy, incl. underwater noise
  • D11T1
  • D11T1
State-based descriptors D1 Birds
  • 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
D1 Mammals
  • 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
D1 Reptiles
  • 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
D1 Fish
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
D1 Cephalopods
D3 Commercial fish and shellfish
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
  • D1T1
  • D1T2
  • D1T4
  • D1T5
  • D3T1
  • D3T2
D1 Pelagic habitats
D6 Sea-floor integrity/D1 Benthic habitats
  • D6T2
  • D6T4
  • D6T5
  • D6T2
  • D6T4
  • D6T5
  • D6T1
  • D6T4
  • D6T5
D4 Food webs/D1 Ecosystems
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Measures to meet environmental targets and to achieve GES

Title Programme of measures (Art. 13)
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GES Descriptors Anthropogenic pressures on the marine environment (MSFD Annex III, Table 2a)
Biological Physical Substances, litter and energy
Non-indigenous species Microbial pathogens Genetically modified species & translocation Cultivation of species Disturbance of species Extraction of, or mortality/ injury to, species Physical disturbance Physical loss Changes to hydrological conditions Nutrients Organic matter Contaminants, incl. acute pollution events Litter Anthropogenic sound Other forms of energy Input of water
Pressure-based descriptors D2 Non-indigenous species
D5 Eutrophication
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D7 Hydrographical changes
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D8 Contaminants
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D9 Contaminants in seafood
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D10 Litter
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D1 Fish
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D1 Cephalopods
D3 Commercial fish and shellfish
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D1 Pelagic habitats
D6 Sea-floor integrity/D1 Benthic habitats
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D4 Food webs/D1 Ecosystems
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  • M036
  • M037
  • M038
  • M041
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  • M064
  • M065
  • M066
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  • M084
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  • M086
  • M087
  • M091
  • M098
  • M102
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  • M105
  • M106
  • M107
  • M108
  • M109
  • M124
  • M125
  • M126
  • M128
  • M129
  • M130
  • M133
  • M139
  • M149
  • M157
  • M158
  • M177
  • M207
  • M212
  • M220
  • M221
  • M227
  • M001
  • M002
  • M003
  • M004
  • M005
  • M006
  • M007
  • M008
  • M009
  • M010
  • M011
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  • M014
  • M015
  • M016
  • M017
  • M018
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  • M024
  • M025
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  • M027
  • M028
  • M029
  • M030
  • M031
  • M032
  • M033
  • M034
  • M035
  • M036
  • M037
  • M038
  • M041
  • M042
  • M043
  • M044
  • M045
  • M046
  • M047
  • M048
  • M049
  • M050
  • M051
  • M052
  • M053
  • M054
  • M055
  • M056
  • M057
  • M058
  • M059
  • M061
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  • M063
  • M064
  • M065
  • M066
  • M067
  • M068
  • M084
  • M085
  • M086
  • M087
  • M091
  • M098
  • M102
  • M103
  • M105
  • M106
  • M107
  • M108
  • M109
  • M124
  • M125
  • M126
  • M128
  • M129
  • M130
  • M133
  • M139
  • M149
  • M157
  • M158
  • M177
  • M207
  • M212
  • M220
  • M221
  • M227
  • M001
  • M002
  • M003
  • M004
  • M005
  • M006
  • M007
  • M008
  • M009
  • M010
  • M011
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  • M018
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  • M065
  • M066
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  • M068
  • M084
  • M085
  • M086
  • M087
  • M091
  • M098
  • M102
  • M103
  • M105
  • M106
  • M107
  • M108
  • M109
  • M124
  • M125
  • M126
  • M128
  • M129
  • M130
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  • M139
  • M149
  • M157
  • M158
  • M177
  • M207
  • M212
  • M220
  • M221
  • M227

Exceptions reported when targets or GES cannot be achieved

Title Exceptions (Art. 14)
Access reports View reports
GES Descriptors Action or inaction for which MS is not responsible (Art. 14 (1a)) Natural causes (Art. 14 (1b)) Force majeure (Art. 14 (1c)) Physical modifications for overriding public interest (Art. 14 (1d)) Natural conditions preventing timely improvement (Art. 14 (1e)) No significant risk or disproportionate costs (Art. 14 (4))
Pressure-based descriptors D2 Non-indigenous species
D5 Eutrophication
D7 Hydrographical changes
D8 Contaminants
D9 Contaminants in seafood
D10 Litter
D11 Energy, incl. underwater noise
State-based descriptors D1 Birds
D1 Mammals
D1 Reptiles
D1 Fish
D1 Cephalopods
D3 Commercial fish and shellfish
D1 Pelagic habitats
D6 Sea-floor integrity/D1 Benthic habitats
D4 Food webs/D1 Ecosystems

Assessments of progress in MSFD implementation (Art. 12, 16) / 2012

Title Implementation of marine strategies (Art. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 18)
First cycle 2012-2017
Access reports View Art12 (8-9-10) report

NE Atlantic: Celtic Seas

Descriptor Article 9 - GES Determination Article 8 - Initial Assessment Article 10 - Environmental Targets
Pressure-based descriptors
D2 - Non-indigenous species
Partially adequate (2)
Adequate (3)
Partially adequate (2)
D5 - Eutrophication
Partially adequate (2)
Adequate (3)
Adequate (3)
D7 - Hydrographical changes
Partially adequate (2)
Partially adequate (2)
Partially adequate (2)
D8 - Contaminants
Partially adequate (2)
Adequate (3)
Partially adequate (2)
D9 - Contaminants in seafood
Inadequate (1)
Inadequate (1)
Partially adequate (2)
D10 - Marine litter
Partially adequate (2)
Adequate (3)
Inadequate (1)
D11 - Energy, incl. underwater noise
Partially adequate (2)
Adequate (3)
Not reported (0)
State-based descriptors
D1 - Biodiversity – birds
Inadequate (1)
Partially adequate (2)
Not reported (0)
D1 - Biodiversity – mammals
Inadequate (1)
Partially adequate (2)
Not reported (0)
D1 - Biodiversity – reptiles
Inadequate (1)
Partially adequate (2)
Not reported (0)
D1 - Biodiversity – fish
Inadequate (1)
Partially adequate (2)
Not reported (0)
D1 - Biodiversity – cephalopods
Inadequate (1)
Partially adequate (2)
Not reported (0)
D3 - Commercial fish and shellfish
Partially adequate (2)
Adequate (3)
Partially adequate (2)
D1 - Biodiversity – pelagic habitats
Inadequate (1)
Partially adequate (2)
Not reported (0)
D6 - Sea-floor integrity/D1 Biodiversity - benthic habitats
Inadequate (1)
Partially adequate (2)
Not reported (0)
D4 - Food webs/D1 Biodiversity - ecosystems
Partially adequate (2)
Not reported (0)
Not reported (0)

Assessments of progress in MSFD implementation (Art. 12, 16) / 2018

Title Implementation of marine strategies (Art. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 18)
Second cycle 2018-2023
Access reports View Art12 (8-9-10) report

NE Atlantic: Celtic Seas

Descriptor Article 9 - GES Determination Article 8 - Initial Assessment Article 10 - Environmental Targets
Pressure-based descriptors
D2 - Non-indigenous species
Good (3)
Very good (4)
Good (3)
D5 - Eutrophication
Good (3)
Very good (4)
Poor (2)
D7 - Hydrographical changes
Poor (2)
Good (3)
Very poor (1)
D8 - Contaminants
Good (3)
Poor (2)
Poor (2)
D9 - Contaminants in seafood
Very good (4)
Very good (4)
Poor (2)
D10 - Marine litter
Poor (2)
Good (3)
Poor (2)
D11 - Energy, incl. underwater noise
Good (3)
Good (3)
Poor (2)
State-based descriptors
D1 - Biodiversity – birds
Poor (2)
Poor (2)
Not reported (0)
D1 - Biodiversity – mammals
Good (3)
Good (3)
Not reported (0)
D1 - Biodiversity – reptiles
Poor (2)
Poor (2)
Not reported (0)
D1 - Biodiversity – fish
Good (3)
Poor (2)
Very poor (1)
D1 - Biodiversity – cephalopods
Very poor (1)
Very poor (1)
Not reported (0)
D3 - Commercial fish and shellfish
Very good (4)
Good (3)
Good (3)
D1 - Biodiversity – pelagic habitats
Very poor (1)
Very poor (1)
Not reported (0)
D6 - Sea-floor integrity/D1 Biodiversity - benthic habitats
Poor (2)
Good (3)
Poor (2)
D4 - Food webs/D1 Biodiversity - ecosystems
Poor (2)
Poor (2)
Very poor (1)

Reporting history and performance

MSFD Article Files available Access to reports Report due Report received Difference (days)
MSFD report on Marine Region or Subregion competent authority or authorities
  • MSCA_20180530.xml
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd_ca/envwxqmaw/ 1900-01-01 2018-06-13 -43262
MSFD report on Marine Region or Subregion competent authority or authorities
  • Competent_Authority.xml
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd_ca/envtdy_g/ 1900-01-01 2011-05-25 -40686
MSFD - Articles 8, 9 and 10 - XML data
  • msfd2018-ART10_Targets_IE_Updated_24July.xml
  • msfd2018-ART8_ESA_IE.xml
  • msfd2018-ART9_GES_IE_Updated_24July.xml
  • msfd2018-Indicators_IE.xml
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd_art17/2018reporting/xmldata/envx0jo6a/ 2018-10-15 2020-08-31 -686
MSFD - Articles 8, 9 and 10 - XML data
  • msfd2018-ART10_Targets_IE.xml
  • msfd2018-ART8_ESA_IE.xml
  • msfd2018-ART9_GES_IE.xml
  • msfd2018-Indicators_IE.xml
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd_art17/2018reporting/xmldata/envxuolfg/ 2018-10-15 2020-06-25 -619
MSFD - Articles 8, 9 and 10 - Text reports
  • 2020_June_Article_17_update_to_Irelands_Marine_Strategy_Part_1_Articles_8_9_10_Final.pdf
  • Appendices_-_Assessment_Sheets_.pdf
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd_art17/2018reporting/textreport/envxvxk7w/ 2018-10-15 2020-06-26 -620
MSFD reporting on Initial Assessments (Art. 8), Good Environmental Status (Art.9), Env. targets & associated indicators (Art.10) & related reporting on geographic areas, regional cooperation and metadata.
  • ACSIE_MSFD10TI_20160323.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD4Geo_20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8aFeatures_20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8bPressures_20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8cEsa__20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD9GES_20160323.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFDFeature_Overview_20140324.xml
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd8910/acsie/envvvqrzw/ 2012-10-15 2016-03-29 -1261
MSFD reporting on Initial Assessments (Art. 8), Good Environmental Status (Art.9), Env. targets & associated indicators (Art.10) & related reporting on geographic areas, regional cooperation and metadata.
  • ACSIE_MSFD10TI_20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD4Geo_20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8aFeatures_20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8bPressures_20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8cEsa__20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD9GES_20140324.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFDFeature_Overview_20140324.xml
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd8910/acsie/envuzalsa/ 2012-10-15 2014-03-24 -525
MSFD reporting on Initial Assessments (Art. 8), Good Environmental Status (Art.9), Env. targets & associated indicators (Art.10) & related reporting on geographic areas, regional cooperation and metadata.
  • MGE0319Rp0039F02_-_Article_19_Report_Initial_Assessment.pdf
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd8910/msfd4text/envuzaioa/ 2012-10-15 2014-03-24 -525
MSFD reporting on Initial Assessments (Art. 8), Good Environmental Status (Art.9), Env. targets & associated indicators (Art.10) & related reporting on geographic areas, regional cooperation and metadata.
  • MGE0319Rp0039F01_-_Article_19_Report_Initial_Assessment.pdf
  • MGE0319Rp0039F01_-_Article_19_Summary_Report.pdf
  • MGE0319Rp0039F01_-_Tuairisc_Achomair_Alt.19.pdf
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd8910/msfd4text/envup5edg/ 2012-10-15 2013-12-03 -414
MSFD reporting on Initial Assessments (Art. 8), Good Environmental Status (Art.9), Env. targets & associated indicators (Art.10) & related reporting on geographic areas, regional cooperation and metadata.
  • ACSIE_MSFD10TI_20130415.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD4Geo_20130415.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8aFeatures_20130426.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8bPressures_20130415.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD8cEsa_20130415.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFD9GES_20130415.xml
  • ACSIE_MSFDFeature_Overview_20130426.xml
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd8910/acsie/envuwsbg/ 2012-10-15 2013-04-26 -193
MSFD reporting on Initial Assessments (Art. 8), Good Environmental Status (Art.9), Env. targets & associated indicators (Art.10) & related reporting on geographic areas, regional cooperation and metadata.
  • IrelandMsfdBoundaries.zip
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd8910/msfd4geo/envuwvd2w/ 2012-10-15 2013-04-10 -177
MSFD monitoring programmes (Art. 11)
  • MGE0319Rp0061_F05_MSFD_Art_11_Monitoring_Programmes.pdf
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd_mp/msfd4text/envvoxiyq/ 2014-10-15 2015-04-09 -176
MSFD programmes of measures, including establishment of marine protected areas, and exceptions
  • Measures__1.xml
  • msfd_poms_summary_report.pdf
http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ie/eu/msfd_pom/acsie/envvpum7a/ 2016-03-31 2016-07-07 -98