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  • Estabelecimentos abrangidos (DL 150/2015): Localização pontual; Estabelecimento; Nível de Perigosidade (Superior/Inferior)

  • This service was prepared for 3rd national report under Article 17 of the Habitats Directive (2007-2012), corresponding to the evaluation, through a grid 10 x 10 km, of the species of Community interest listed in Annex II; IV and V of the Habitats Directive, in particular the marine and coastal species. The global evaluation is a conclusive parameter of the species conservation status in their biogeographical region, reflecting the results of the conclusions on the evaluation of the range, area, structure and specific function and future perspectives, in accordance with the requirements of the global evaluation matrix of conservation status.

  • Web feature service with an area of occurrence of the Action Plan for the Protection and Monitoring of resident population of Bottlenose dolphins from Sado Estuary. The delimitation of the marine area takes into account the latest occurrence events of bottlenose dolphins in the Sado estuary. At any time during or after the period of the Plan, this intervention area can be changed based on the results obtained by the monitoring program of the population of bottlenose dolphins.

  • This download service provides access to information related to the mineral occurrences, reserves and resources, associated commodities, geology, mines, mining activities, wastes and areas with mining potential of Portugal mainland. Moreover, this information is the result, improvement and adaptation of SIORMINP to the data structure model and vocabularies used in European projects, namely Eurogeosource, Promine, Minerals4EU, ProSUM and Mintell4EU, according to INSPIRE Directive requirements.

  • This service was prepared for 3rd national report under Article 17 section 1 of the Habitats Directive (2007-2012), corresponding to the to the distribution, through a grid 10 x 10 km, of the natural habitats of comunity interest listed in Annex I of the Habitats Directive, particularly the marine and coastal habitats.

  • 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.

  • Web feature service obtained from the processing of distances between bird ringing/recaptures points extracted from the "Ring Access" database wich contain a ring information management, control and recovery of rings. The data are in line format corresponding to the euclidean distance between the spots where the bird sightings were recorded. This service correspondes to the marine and coastal species.

  • Web feature 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.

  • Web feature 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.

  • Web feature service with the Important Bird Areas, or IBAs, that are areas designated according to objective criteria defined by BirdLife International. They are priority sites for conservation of endangered birds. They are assumed internationally and identified through the application of scientific criteria. They are also considered strategic points for bird watching. The IBAs considered in this service refer only to sites located in marine and coastal areas.