Fish storage locations

Dataset

A fish storage location is a delimited area close to the shoreline where fish are stored in seines/seine enclosures until they are ready for delivery. A fish storage location is defined as a location close to the shoreline where topographical and hydrographic all conditions are such that a seine can be placed there, i.e. the fish can be stored in the seine/enclosure until they are ready to be sold. A fish storage location is characterised by the fact that it is shielded effectively from the weather, the current is not excessive and the water is sufficiently deep and well oxygenated and has sufficient salinity.

Specific usage

The dataset is important in many different contexts in connection with planning and administration of coastal areas. It is used when preparing municipal coastal zone plans and zoning plans, and in regional plans as well. It is an important theme for balancing interests when dealing with applications for sea initiatives. E.g. quay facilities, marine pipelines and aquaculture.

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Contact information

Logo Fiskeridirektoratet

Contact metadata:
Frances Toynbee, kart@fiskeridir.no – Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries

Contact owner:
Frances Toynbee, kart@fiskeridir.no – Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries

Contact publisher:
Frances Toynbee, kart@fiskeridir.no – Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries

Distribution

Spatial representation: Vector

Format:
  • GML 3.2.1
  • SOSI 4.5

Distribution type: Geonorge download

Units of distribution: fylkesvis, kommunevis, landsfiler

Reference systems:
  • EUREF89 UTM sone 32, 2d
  • EUREF89 UTM sone 33, 2d
  • EUREF89 UTM sone 35, 2d
  • EUREF89 / ETRS89-LAEA Europe
  • EUREF 89 Geografisk (ETRS 89) 2d

Constraints

Access constraints: Open data

Use constraints: License

Licence: Norsk lisens for offentlige data (NLOD)

Help

More information on the interactive map for the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries can be found here: http://www.fiskeridir.no/Kart Data can be downloaded from here, or from the download page for the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries: https://kart.fiskeridir.no/nedlasting

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