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  • Dataset contains the vessels in the Baltic Sea area with capacity (over 200 m^3) to store recovered oil in an accident situation. Dataset contains the vessels in the Baltic Sea area with capacity (over 200 m^3) to store recovered oil in an accident situation. The locations of the ships are approximate, derived from the homeport of the vessel. See also the use restrictions -section. ATTRIBUTES: - X : longitude of the location (at homeport, in WGS 84) - Y : latitude of the location (at homeport, in WGS 84) - STORAGE : storage capacity of the vessel (m^3) - READINES : readiness (hours) - ROUGHSEA : rough sea capabilities - SOURCE : possible source of the information - NOTICE : additional information. For more information about HELCOM's response activities, see: http://www.helcom.fi/groups/response/en_GB/main.

  • Dataset contains the vessels in the Baltic Sea area capable of fire fighting (over 5000 liters/min). The locations of the ships are approximate, derived from the homeport of the vessel. Dataset contains the vessels in the Baltic Sea area capable of fire fighting (over 5000 liters/min). The locations of the ships are approximate, derived from the homeport of the vessel. See also the use restrictions -section. ATTRIBUTES: - X : longitude of the location (at homeport, in WGS 84) - Y : latitude of the location (at homeport, in WGS 84) - FIRECAPACI : fire fighting capacity of the vessel (l/min) - READINES : readiness (hours) - ROUGHSEA : rough sea capabilities - SOURCE : possible source of the information - NOTICE : additional information. For more information about HELCOM's response activities, see: http://www.helcom.fi/groups/response/en_GB/main.

  • Dataset contains the vessels in the Baltic Sea area with towing capacity in an emergency situation (over 25 tons of bollard pull). The locations of the ships are approximate, derived from the homeport of the vessel. Dataset contains the vessels in the Baltic Sea area with towing capacity in an emergency situation (over 25 tons of bollard pull). The locations of the ships are approximate, derived from the homeport of the vessel. See also the use restrictions -section. ATTRIBUTES: - X : longitude of the location (at homeport, in WGS 84) - Y : latitude of the location (at homeport, in WGS 84) - BOLLARDP : towing capacity of the vessel (tons of bollardpull) - READINES : readiness (hours) - ROUGHSEA : rough sea capabilities - SOURCE : possible source of the information - NOTICE : additional information For more information about HELCOM's response activities, see: http://www.helcom.fi/groups/response/en_GB/main.

  • Summary Unesco Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Biosphere reserves in the Baltic Sea area (in 1998) and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Description Dataset contains the Unesco Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Biosphere reserves in the Baltic Sea area (in 1998). Biosphere Reserves are areas of terrestrial and coastal ecosystems promoting solutions to reconcile the conservation of biodiversity with its sustainable use. They are internationally recognized, nominated by national governments and remain under sovereign jurisdiction of the states where they are located. Biosphere reserves serve in some ways as 'living laboratories' for testing out and demonstrating integrated management of land, water and biodiversity. The source of this data set was 'Baltic Pipeline System: Environmental Impact on the Baltic Sea' by Tacis services DG IA, European Commission. The dataset has later been amended with UNESCO World Heritage Sites. See attribute table for details. For more information about marine protected areas in the Baltic Sea, see: http://www.helcom.fi/environment2/biodiv/en_GB/bspas/.

  • The dataset contains certain depth contours of the Baltic Sea basin. The dataset contains certain depth contours of the Baltic Sea basin. The chosen depths are 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 300, 400 and 500 m (since these are close to the contours shown on Finnish paper charts). These contours are derived from a relatively coarse and averaged grid of depths and so are not to be used in any large scale applications or in navigation.