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Cumulative Effects/Impacts Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment practices on Maritime Spatial Planning

Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is a process of assessing environmental implications of plans and programs. In the particular case of Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP), it can also be an important tool to assess cumulative effects, which are defined as “changes to the environment that are caused by an action in combination with other past, present and future human actions” (Hegmann et al., 1999).
In the scope of SIMAtlantic project (www.simatlantic.eu) a survey on Cumulative Effects/Impacts Assessment (CEA/CIA) and SEA practices at national level was developed. The main objective is to identify approaches and methodologies used by different countries regarding SEA, CEA/CIA and Ecosystem services related to MSP. This survey intend to examine different experiences in the application of SEA to MSP, the methodologies used for CEA/CIA, and how were ecosystem services integrated and considered. It will allow us to identify the main adopted approaches and methodologies, as well as the main challenges in the SIMAtlantic countries.
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Data protection

This privacy policy covers the Information System of the University of Aveiro (SIUA), and is governed by the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), EU Regulation nº 2016/679, of the 27th of April 2016.

Personal data

The University of Aveiro respects your privacy as a user of the information system, and ensures the security and confidentiality of all personal data that you need to share with it using this system, and will not collect any personal information without your agreement under the terms required by the GDPR.

The data collected on SIUA forms will be used exclusively for processing user requests and will not be used for any other purpose, always protecting user confidentiality under the terms of the protection given in the above-mentioned regulations.

Treatment of these data is the responsibility of the University of Aveiro and the data are stored in its information systems, which are properly protected. The information gathered can only be accessed and processed by workers at the University of Aveiro in the course of their duties, with the purpose for which they have been gathered always made clear in the respective documents collecting the data. Other issues to be considered in this area will be dealt with by the University of Aveiro in accordance with the terms established by the GDPR.

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Exemption from liability in relation to social networks

The University of Aveiro views the involvement of members of its community in social networks as a way of encouraging interaction between the University community and the general public with which it shares interests. Nonetheless, the University of Aveiro cannot be held responsible for contents posted on these networks, which are the sole responsibility of the parties posting them.

Data Protection Officer

The University of Aveiro has a Data Protection Officer (DPO), who ensures compliance of the treatment of personal data with current legislation, and can be contacted at the following e mail address: epd@ua.pt.

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Technical information is only held on our servers concerning visits to the SIUA, and information which could be used to identify visitors to the site is not collected. Technical information recorded is limited to the following:

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The pages of the site visited and the documents downloaded. The technical information will only be used for statistical purposes.

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The cookies used by the SIUA are anonymous, and no personal information about our users are kept in the system, nor any other information that would allow them to be identified personally. Our cookies are used to improve the experience of our users and to allow us to analyse the use of the site in order to optimize functionalities existing within it.

The SIUA uses:

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This portal uses the Analytics service provided by Google to improve the performance of the site, and records generic information of accesses received using anonymous cookies for this purpose.

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