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There are three main components to the ESI: shoreline habitats, sensitive biological resources, and human-use resources. The shoreline and intertidal areas are ranked based on sensitivity determined by: (1) Shoreline type (substrate, grain size, tidal elevation, origin); (2) Exposure to wave and tidal energy; (3) Biological productivity and sensitivity; and (4) Ease of cleanup. The biology layers focus on threatened/endangered species, areas of high concentration and areas where sensitive life stages may occur. Supporting data tables provide species/location-specific abundance, seasonality, status, life history, and source information Human use resources mapped include managed areas (parks, refuges, critical habitats,...
Administrative regulation pattern of coastal management for Mediterranean Sea: Spanish Shores Act, July 1988.
IOC Regional Workshop on Marine Debris and Waste Management in the Gulf of Guinea, Lagos, Nigeria, 14-16 December 1994
Integration of remote sensing and spatial information technologies for mapping black mangrove on the Texas Gulf Coast
Eutrophication of the Dutch Wadden Sea (western Europe), an estuarine area controlled by the River Rhine