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  • Spatial distribution in the evaluation area of Galicia of the habitat: Rocky infralittoral exposed dominated by "Gelidium spp.". Study of the spatial distribution of the species by marine demarcations attending the area covered by the species within the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. The cartographic representation of the species is interpreted as one of the indicators proposed by the Commission for the study of the biodiversity of species, habitats and ecosystems. This information is from the Spanish Marine Strategy, belongs to the good environmental condition and initial evaluation of the Marine Northatlantic Demarcation.

  • Spatial distribution along the spanish southatlantic coast of the habitat: Maërl beds. Study of the spatial distribution of the species by marine demarcations attending the area covered by the species within the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. The cartographic representation of the species is interpreted as one of the indicators proposed by the Commission for the study of the biodiversity of species, habitats and ecosystems. This information is from the Spanish Marine Strategy, belongs to the good environmental condition and initial evaluation of the Marine Southatlantic Demarcation.

  • Spatial distribution in the evaluation area of Cantabria of the habitat: Rocky infralittoral exposed dominated by "Gelidium spp.“ in Cantabria. Study of the spatial distribution of the species by marine demarcations attending the area covered by the species within the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. The cartographic representation of the species is interpreted as one of the indicators proposed by the Commission for the study of the biodiversity of species, habitats and ecosystems.

  • Spatial distribution along the north spanish coast of the habitat:“Lophelia pertusa reefs”. Study of the spatial distribution of the species by marine demarcations attending the area covered by the species within the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. The cartographic representation of the species is interpreted as one of the indicators proposed by the Commission for the study of the biodiversity of species, habitats and ecosystems. This information is from the Spanish Marine Strategy, belongs to the good environmental condition and initial evaluation of the Marine Northatlantic Demarcation.

  • Benthic macrofauna communities, point data and modelled full-coverage distribution Community analysis is done based on the abundanec and biomass data averaged for all sampling events in within 5 km grid cell, based on the harmonised dataset that comprises data at over 7000 locations (17000 visit events) mostly sampled in period 2000-2013

  • Spatial distribution in the evaluation area of southatlantic spanish coast of the habitat: Rocky infralittoral Sea Urchin dominated by "Paracentrotus lividus". Study of the spatial distribution of the species by marine demarcations attending the area covered by the species within the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. The cartographic representation of the species is interpreted as one of the indicators proposed by the Commission for the study of the biodiversity of species, habitats and ecosystems. This information is from the Spanish Marine Strategy, belongs to the good environmental condition and initial evaluation of the Marine Southatlantic Demarcation.

  • Spatial distribution in the evaluation area of Asturias of the habitat: Rocky infralittoral Sea Urchin dominated by "Paracentrotus lividus". Study of the spatial distribution of the species by marine demarcations attending the area covered by the species within the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. The cartographic representation of the species is interpreted as one of the indicators proposed by the Commission for the study of the biodiversity of species, habitats and ecosystems. This information is from the Spanish Marine Strategy, belongs to the good environmental condition and initial evaluation of the Marine Northatlantic Demarcation.

  • This layer is a predictive EUNIS seabed habitat map for the Canary Islands. It was performed within the framework of EMODnet Phase 2 Thematic Lot n° 3 (aka EUSeaMap2). It is a preliminary version which will be refined during the course of the project. The layer was created using two pre-processed input datasets: substrate and biological zone. The seabed substrate type layer was a compendium of historical maps (Emodnet phase 2 Geology lot first release + Datasets from Instituto Español de Oceanografía). The biological zones layer, available in this catalog under the title 'Biological zones of the Canary Islands and Madeira archipelago', was modeled thanks to layers of bathymetry and light attenuation. The map follows the EUNIS 2007-11 classification system supplemented by additional categories in deep sea areas (Howell et al., 2010). The map does not include the intertidal zone. The study followed the methodology developped within the EUSeaMap project (EMODnet phase 1). For more details about the methodology see EUSeaMap final report (Cameron and Askew, 2011) or Coltman et al., 2008. For more details about the current map see EUSeaMap2 interim report (EMODnet Thematic Lot n° 3, 2014) Cameron, A., Askew, N. (eds.), 2011. EUSeaMap - Preparatory Action for development and assessment of a European broad-scale seabed habitat map final report. URL: http://jncc.gov.uk/euseamap Coltman, N., Golding, N., Verling, E., 2008. Developing a broadscale predictive EUNIS habitat map for the MESH study area. 16 pp. URL: http://www.searchmesh.net/pdf/MESH%20EUNIS%20model.pdf. EMODnet Thematic Lot n° 3, 2014. EMODnet Phase 2 - Annual (interim) report. Reporting Period: Sept. 2013 to Aug. 2014. URL: http://www.emodnet-seabedhabitats.eu/pdf/20140909_euseamap2_year1_report.pdf Howell, K.L., 2010. A benthic classification system to aid in the implementation of marine protected area networks in the deep/high seas of the NE Atlantic. Biological Conservation 143, 1041–1056.

  • Spatial distributionon the spanish southatlantic coast of the habitat: Coral gardens. Study of the spatial distribution of the species by marine demarcations attending the area covered by the species within the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. The cartographic representation of the species is interpreted as one of the indicators proposed by the Commission for the study of the biodiversity of species, habitats and ecosystems. This information is from the Spanish Marine Strategy, belongs to the good environmental condition and initial evaluation of the Marine Southatlantic Demarcation.

  • Spatial distribution in the evaluation area of Galicia of the habitat: Maërl beds. Study of the spatial distribution of the species by marine demarcations attending the area covered by the species within the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. The cartographic representation of the species is interpreted as one of the indicators proposed by the Commission for the study of the biodiversity of species, habitats and ecosystems. This information is from the Spanish Marine Strategy, belongs to the good environmental condition and initial evaluation of the Marine Northatlantic Demarcation.