Estabelecimentos abrangidos (DL 150/2015): Localização pontual; Estabelecimento; Nível de Perigosidade (Superior/Inferior)
The coastline of Madeira Autonomous Region (Madeira, Porto Santo, Desertas and Selvagens), was based on Geometric Registration of Rustic Property (CGPR), with scales of 1:500 and 1:1000. It was subsequently updated based on data from Hydrographic Institute and orthophotos. The administrative divisions have CGPR bases with scales of 1:500, 1:1000, 1:2000 and 1:5000. Legal instruments were used, with the help of the Local Authorities (Municipal and Parish Councils). In this data set are present DICOFRE codes and names of their parish.
The delimitation of areas for extraction and dredging of inert materials in the seabed comes from the need to regulate the economic exploitation of the region's territorial sea and at the same time create an indispensable discipline to ensure the sustainable management of existing water resources in a context of economic stability and sustained development of economic sectors.
Aerial photograph of Funchal (9911) found in the archives, however, the precise date could not be ascertained. It is thought that the production occurred in the first half of the 60s.
Aerial photograph of Funchal (9917) found in the archives, however, the precise date could not be ascertained. It is thought that the production occurred in the first half of the 60s.
This reserve is part of a terrestrial component equal to the entire land area of the municipality and also a marine component, containing in the aggregate a wide variety of natural and human, environmental, cultural and landscape values
Aerial photograph of Funchal (9915) found in the archives, however, the precise date could not be ascertained. It is thought that the production occurred in the first half of the 60s.
INSPIRE download WFS service providing Portugal onshore bedrock geological data at 1:1 000 000 scale
Clipboard 24/76-B representing the Topo-Hydrographic survey carried out by Instituto Hidrográfico in 1976 of the adjacent area to Funchal Airport (Santa Catarina)
This Geographic DataSet represents the location where the water samples are collected for monitoring the Bathing Waters Identified in the Autonomous Region of Madeira.Bathing waters are identified annually by DROTA - Direcção Regional do Ordenamento do Território e Ambiente, in accordance with Decree-Law No. 135/2009, of June 3, amended and republished by Decree-Law 113/2012 of 23 May, which establishes the legal system for the identification, management, monitoring and classification of bathing water quality and provision of information to the public about them (Directive 2006/7 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 February )The annual procedure for the identification of bathing waters, begins with the preparation of a proposal to identify bathing waters, in cooperation with local authorities. The proposal is submitted to public consultation between January 2 and February 2. After this period identification is approved by ordinance by Government member responsible for the environment, until 1 March of each year..