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  • Filling and bridging the gap - Combining and linking territorial

    monitoring and land-based spatial data to the sea

    Pan Baltic Scope workshop on Social and Economic Analyses (Activity 1.2.5), 13. December 2018

    Sören Eliasen, Elin Cedergren, Andrea Morf, Gustaf Norlén, Michael Kul & Eeva Turunen, Nordregio

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    Content

    - Why discuss Territorial Monitoring (TeMo) here today?

    - What is TeMo?

    - TeMo in the Pan Baltic Scope Project & moving beyond TeMo

    - LSI Data Inventory & Sharing Table

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    Why discuss TeMo here today? WORK PLAN:

    - Investigate TeMo how can be applied and further developed within the Pan Baltic Scope project

    - Updating data & indicator sets

    - Looking for synergies between Nordregio & HELCOM plus national data

    - Potentially common data & maps with WP 1.3 Land-Sea Integration

    - Activity 1.1.2 FI-AX-SE case - helps national authorities to include social and economic impact assessment in MSP process and decision making

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    What is Territorial Monitoring (TeMo)?

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    ESPON BSR TeMo Territorial monitoring in the Baltic Sea Region

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    • Monitoring system mapping progress towards economic, social and territorial cohesion in the BSR

    • To support the implementation of key BSR and EU policy documents:

    • Territorial Agenda 2020 (TA 2020)

    • EU 2020 Strategy

    • EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EU BSR - Strategy)

    • VASAB Long Term Perspective (VASAB LTP)

    • BSR TeMo is designed to address general policy objectives but also to reflect territorial challenges of the BSR.

    • Based on several indicators with data on regional level (NUTS2/NUTS3) - harmonised for comparability

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    ESPON BSR TeMo – Territorial monitoring in the Baltic Sea Region

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    Follow-up Projects: Updating indicators, broader scope

    • ESPON Up-TeMo: Focus urban areas • TeMoRi: TeMo related to the BSR Strategy • On-going: ESPON European and Macro-

    Regional Territorial Monitoring Tool (including an updated TeMo) http://bsr.espon.eu

    • New project BT2050 Territorial scenarios for the BSR (evaluation of HELCOM Longterm Perspective & Scenarios)

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    http://bsr.espon.eu/

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    Nordregio Interesting map-links Links to:

    Nordregio - check out arctic/urban/regional development and marine planning

    www.nordregio.org

    Nordmap: new map feature

    http://nordmap.se/

    Tutorial how to use Nordmap

    https://goo.gl/images/fn3skC

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    http://www.nordregio.org/ http://nordmap.se/ https://goo.gl/images/fn3skC

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    TeMo in the Pan Baltic Scope Project and moving beyond TeMo

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    TeMo & Pan Baltic Scope Scoping within 1.2.5 and WP 1.3 on LSI & FIAXSE Case => what are useful domains & indicators from TeMo for Pan Baltic Scope, activities / WPs? What do we have, what do planners need?

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    Present TeMo domains &

    indicators to ESA group (1.2.5

    working meeting Sept 18).

    Synergies & linkages

    Nordregio, HELCOM &

    national data (under way)

    Identify interest in sub-cases of

    WP 1.3

    Presentation FIAXSE/LSI Workshop 16.10.2018

    Sharing Table, Data & maps

    for cases/ WP 1.3 and act. 1.2.5

    (ESA)

    2019 No official deliverables

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    Beyond TeMo..

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     Thinking within & across Activity 1.2.5 and WP 1.3

    o What data exist / what do we have in our organizations?

    o Gap analysis incl. what easy to get / what is complicated?

    o What is relevant & what not? o Physical & geographical conditions / ecosystems &

    uses; interactions; conflicts & uses; hotspots.. o Scale and level..

     Nordregio GIS team has started providing overview over indicators and meta data available.

     Output: a way of structuring and sharing this knowledge as well as make it feasible  “LSI data inventory and sharing table”.

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    Interesting for an LSI perspective => Mapping exercise & survey in FIAXSE

    1. What data exist & where

    2. Relevant questions to ask & interesting issues to develop analyses for

    3. Prioritise – if many issues arise

    4. Necessary information & availability

    5. Develop perspectives, data and methods to produce planning evidence relevant to think across sea land boundary

    6. Dimensions: uses & environment (!), governance (?), stakeholder process (?)

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    LSI Data Inventory & Sharing Table

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  • Activity 1.2.5 & WP 1.3 “output”: LSI Data Inventory & Sharing Table

    ….. structuring & sharing knowledge & data and make it feasible  “LSI data inventory and sharing template”.

     How can territorial monitoring & data sharing be applied practically

     A process started that builds upon TeMo data, but can also integrate other interesting indicators and data.

     Nordregio GIS team has started providing available indicators and meta data.

     Topics and sub-topics identified  Linking available data with the topics

     Tool for planners, possibility to grade need and relevance

     To be shared between partners

     Feasibility cross-activity and cross-cases  ESA, Case Studies / WP 1.3, WP 1.2 etc.

  • LSI topics: Data inventory and sharing template Overarching planning topic

    area (not necessari ly s ingle

    sector)

    Subdimensions of

    overarching topic

    Possible indicators

    to turn

    subdimension into

    planning evidence

    Description in space and time

    (e.g. Pan Baltic, Sea Basin,

    National, Regional,

    Local/administrative units or

    NUTS level or km/ decade,

    annual, month, etc.)

    Description of form of

    data: e.g. quantitative,

    qualitative, vector,

    square, line, point

    How important the perspective/data is

    and for whom (country/ organisation/

    case)

    Availability of

    information, including

    effort needed to

    modify/make available

    (see legend)

    LSI topics: Data inventory and sharing template

    Main topic Subtopics Indicators Scale/resolution of data Form of data Planners' needs/urgency Availability

    Transport & Infrastructure Accessiblity Road network Vektor Good availabilty for Nordic countries (including Åland), Open Street map data for Pan-Baltic are which is not that high quality

    Types/modes of transport Accessibility by mode of transport: road, rail, airplane and seaVektor

    Environmental impacts

    Seasonality & DemographyDemographic vulnerability in the coastal municipalitiesRegional/ local administrative unit (municipality)Quanti tati ve data Nordregio database would need some updates (especially if data for the hole BSR is desired)

    Demographic vulnerability by age groups Regional/ local administrative unit (municipality) Quantitative data Nordregio database would need some updates (especially if data for the hole BSR is desired)

    Other services Service of general interest Regional Quanitative data This data (and maps) exist from the ESPON Profecy project

    Ports (commercial, non-commercial)Location of Ports By geo location Point data Eurostat 2013, possibly other sources

    Ports & local economy Port as an employer as in the NACE categories (stati sti cal classification ofd economic activities in the European communicty) Potential NACE categories: Water transport, Cargo The handling, Sea and coastal passenger water transport, sea and coastal freight water transport Regional/ local administrative unit Quantitative data How detailed data can be gathered at muncipal level? Has to be checked

    Annual exports/Import flows (in tons)By ports Quantitative data Case study level good availability

    Cash flows/ TurnoverBy ports Quantitative data Must be collected individually by port (Time will depend how large area we want to analyse) Case study level good availability

    Ports & population in close proximityPopulation potential within buffer area (e.g. 50km circle)Quantitative data & spatial analyse

    Population density in the coastal municipalities(1km) grid data Raster data Grid data for nordic countries (Nodregio database) / Pan-Balti c ESA Joint Research Center, European Commission

    Fisheries & Aquaculture Kinds of fisheries

    Legend: Degree of urgency //effort needed

    Indispensable // high effort (months)

    Very important // medium (weeks)

    Important // small (days/hours)

    Good to have // available

    Available: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zs4AW7RwxtxDB4V927Gzv8c1M9lYJx3Vx27M6ppQDdI/edit#gid=0

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zs4AW7RwxtxDB4V927Gzv8c1M9lYJx3Vx27