Serviço de visualização dos ortofotos de 50 cm dos anos 2004-2006.
This web map service corresponds to the level 3 of the natural habitats of comunity interest listed in Annex I of the Habitats Directive. This service only concernes to the marine and coastal habitats.
Web map service with the Biogenetic Reserves Network of the Council of Europe in Portugal mainland. These reserves were integrated into the National Network of Protected Areas, so this dataset at this time has only a historical character.These service relates only to biogenetic reserves that are located in marine, estuarine and coastal environments.
This service was prepared for 3rd national report under Article 12 of the Birds Directive (2008-2012), corresponding to the range, through a grid 10 x 10 km, of the breeding birds listed in Annex I of the Birds Directive, in particular the marine species.
This service was prepared for 3rd national report under Article 17 of the Habitats Directive (2007-2012), corresponding to the range, through a grid 10 x 10 km, of the species of Community interest listed in Annex II; IV and V of the Habitats Directive.
Web Map Service with observations data of the species Tursiops truncatus under the Action Plan for the Protection and Monitoring of resident population of Bottlenose dolphins from Sado Estuary.
Web map service concerns to the points extracted from the "Ring Access" database wich contain a ring information management, control and recovery of rings. The data are in point format corresponding to the place where the the ringing or recapture of the ringed bird was performed. This feature service corresponde to the marine and coastal species.
Web map service with the information about the distribution and quantity of aquatic birds, including shorebirds, in order to meet the annual cycle of populations, fluctuations and trends of its population, as well as the importance of several wetlands for each species. This service relates to aquatic birds counts for the coastal wetlands.
Web map service with the International network of wetlands which are important for the conservation of global biological diversity and for sustaining human life through the maintenance of their ecosystem components, processes and benefits/services. This service concerns to the coastal RAMSAR sites.
Areas of activity by companies authorized to carry out tourist operations for the observation of cetaceans in the waters of mainland Portugal, as stipulated in Decree-Law no. 9/2006 of 6 January.