The COEXIST – sea uses conflict analysis tool was developed during ADRIPLAN project. The tool is based on a methodology developed for the FP7 COEXIST Project and has the aim to (1) support MSP process through reallocation of maritime uses, (2) creation of collaborative conflict scores analysis; (3) iteration of the analysis over different time periods trough integration of new conflict scores and geospatial datasets on sea uses, (4) sea use scenario analysis and (5) overlay analysis.
Figure 1. Stepwise methodological approach for the The COEXIST – sea uses conflict analysis.
The stepwise methodology implemented in the COEXIST – sea uses conflict analysis can be described as follows (see also Figure 1):
The main outputs of the tool are the following:
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