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Figures and Tables

Figures

  1. Comparison of ecological criteria 113

  2. Comparison of non-ecological criteria 117

Tables

  1. EBSA scientific criteria 66

  2. Scientific criteria for the identification of Ramsar Sites 70

  3. World Heritage sites criteria of Outstanding Universal Beauty 75

  4. Scientific criteria to identify International Marine Mammals Areas 84

  5. Criteria for inclusion in the IOSEA Marine Turtle Site Network 86

  6. Adoption of MARPOL Annexes 90

  7. Conditions for the designation of Special Areas under MARPOL 91

  8. Criteria for the identification of an area as a potential PSSA 94

  9. Oil Sensitivity Mapping under OPRC Convention 97

  10. Criteria for the identification of VMEs 101

  11. Correspondences between ecological criteria developed to identify sensitive marine areas in different families of legal instruments aiming to protect and conserve different components of the marine environment 108

  12. Correspondences of ecological criteria developed to identify sensitive marine areas in different families of legal instruments aiming to regulate uses at sea 110

  13. Correspondences of non-ecological criteria developed to identify sensitive marine areas in different families of legal instruments 118

  14. Status of MARPOL 133

  15. MARPOL special areas and emission control areas 137

  16. MARPOL special area criteria 140

  17. PSSAs designated by IMO 146

  18. PSSA sensitivity criteria 147

  19. PSSA attributes 149

  20. Risk factors 153

  21. Threats posed and APMs adopted 154

  22. Routeing and reporting systems 159

  23. Ship strike mitigation measures 168

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