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.
Web feature 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.
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 web feature 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 feature service with the limits of marine and coastal biosphere reserves. The Biosphere Reserves are samples representing of marine, land or coastal ecosystems, promoting solutions to reconcile the conservation of biodiversity with its sustainable use. Internationally recognized (UNESCO Man & Biosphere Programme), designated by national governments and remaining under sovereign jurisdiction of the states where they are located. Throughout its zonation (core, buffer and transition) have to promote three functions: conservation of natural and cultural heritage, sustainable development, dissemination and knowledge. Only the core area requires legal protection and may correspond to a pre-existing protected area as a reserve or natural park. This service relates only to the marine and/or coastal biosphere reserves.
Departure places of vessels owned 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.
This web feature service was prepared under the Sectoral Plan of Natura 2000, identifying the management orientations, seeking to fit them into set of factors that affect the natural values present in each area. This service refers to the orientations of marine and coastal scope, that occurs in the Special Protection Areas.
Web feature service with the zonation of Berlengas biosphere reserve. This Biosphere Reserve includes the totality of the Berlengas archipelago, as well as the adjacent marine area to a maximum depth of 520m. The importance of Berlengas as an island ecosystem, the biological value of the surrounding marine area, the botanical interest, its role as a place of passage and habitat of migratory waterbirds and the presence of interesting underwater archaeological heritage give the Berlengas an obvious ecological and cultural interest. In this service are included 3 levels of zone protection: Core Zone; Buffer zone; Transition zone.
Web feature service within the framework of the SNIMar project, which consists of the georeferencing of a set of sites on the Coast of Mainland Portugal where seabird and aquatic birds can be observed.