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UNEP/IOC guidelines on survey and monitoring of marine litter

Anthony Cheshire

UNEP/IOC guidelines on survey and monitoring of marine litter

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Published by United Nations Environment Programme, Regional Seas Programme, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Integrated Coastal Area Management and Regional Programme in Nairobi, Paris .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Anthony Cheshire and Ellik Adler with Julian Barbière ... [et al.].
SeriesRegional Seas reports and studies -- no. 186, IOC technical series -- no. 83
ContributionsAdler, Ellik, Barbière, Julian
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD427.M35 C48 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 117 p. :
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24535785M
ISBN 109789280730272
LC Control Number2009333408
OCLC/WorldCa444881128

Survey. Home. SDGs Statistics Global Monitoring Foresight & Early Warning. Assessments Multilateral Environment Agreements Digital Library. About. News Citizen Science Get Involved FEATURED TOPIC Climate Change × Close CO 2 Concentration Increase. Close. • UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter • Guideline for Monitoring Marine Litter on the Beaches in the OSPAR Maritime Area , a Digital Drifting LLC Company, Morris Enyeart, Ed.D. UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter () UNON, Nairobi, Kenya The report aims to assist policy makers and efforts by regions, countries, regional programmes and organizations to address the problem of monitoring and assessment of marine : Water, Environment, and . NOAA Marine Debris Shoreline Survey Field Guide. Introduction. Marine debris has become one of the most widespread pollution problems in the world’s oceans and waterways today. The NOAA Marine Debris Program (MDP) serves as a centralized marine debris resource within NOAA, coordinating and supporting activities within NOAA and withFile Size: KB.

Marine litter, also called marine debris or solid marine pollution, includes all human-generated solid articles and materials that are discarded, disposed of, or lost into the ocean and remain there. Plastic marine litter includes all marine litter composed of one of a collection of artificial materials (commonly, petroleum-based compounds).


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UNEP/IOC guidelines on survey and monitoring of marine litter by Anthony Cheshire Download PDF EPUB FB2

The objective of this document is to develop standardized operational guidelines for marine litter survey and monitoring programmes so that litter levels on our beaches and within our seas and oceans can be estimated and interpreted through long-term, broad scale comparative studies that will support management at both national and international scales.

UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter that will assist policy makers and support efforts by regions, countries, Regional Seas Programmes and other relevant organizations to address the problem of monitoring and assessment of marine litter.

UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and M onitoring of Marine Litter that will assist policy makers and support efforts by regions, countries, Regional Se as Programmes and other relevant organizations.

Within the framework of the collaboration between IOC and UNEP, related to the development of the ‘UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter’, this report aims to outline.

Within the framework of the collaboration between IOC and UNEP, related to the development of the ‘UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter’, this report aims to outline practical operational guidelines for the survey and monitoring of marine litter and in particular: 1) To collect information from around the world on.

Marine litter – the problem. What is marine litter. ◦ANY manufactured or solid waste entering the marine environment irrespective of the source ◦Includes plastics, metal, glass, processed timber, paper, rubber and cloth. Scale of the litter problem.

◦Exponential increase in litter ◦E.g. support the further development of the marine litter monitoring framework under the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) floating plastic litter as a global indicator of marine pollution. 3 UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter, United Nations Environment Programme ; Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission.

Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter (UNEP/IOC, ). Fishing for Litter Guidelines, Assessment Report, Baselines Values, and Reduction Targets (UNEP/MAP, ). Guidance Document on Integrated Monitoring and Assessment of Marine Litter (UNEP/MAP, ).

The UNEP Global Initiative on Marine Litter provides a platform for the management of this problem through the establishment of partnerships, cooperative arrangements and coordination of joint activities.

Amy Uhrin (NOAA), Henrik Enevoldsen (IOC), Joana Akrofi (UNEP) and Heidi Savelli-Sonderberg (UNEP) Disclaimer: The guidance and recommendations provided in this report are intended for use by competent bodies and their employees. UNESCO-IOC and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) published Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter to assist policy makers in addressing this problem of monitoring and assessment of marine litter.

UNESCO-IOC is a sponsor of the joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (GESAMP. Methodology for Monitoring Marine Litter G. UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter, UNEP Regional Seas Reports and Studies, No.

; IOC Technical Series No. 83, Galgani F, Hanke G, Werner S, de Vrees L, Piha H, Abaza V, Alcaro L, Belchior C, Brooks C, Budziak A, Carroll C, Christiansen T, Dagevos J, Detloff K File Size: KB.

HELCOM Guidelines for monitoring beach litter. Background Introduction Litter on the coastline is one of the most obvious signs of marine litter. Surveys of litter on the beach allow UNEP/IOC. UNEP/IOC Guidance on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter Online. Guidelines for Monitoring Marine Litter on the Beaches and Shorelines of the Northwest Pacific Region UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter.

UNEP Regional Seas Reports and Studies, No. ; IOC Technical Series No. xii + pp. [online] Available at. Major publications on marine litter UNEP Marine Litter: A Global Challenge FAO Abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear UNESCO IOC UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter GESAMP Sources, Fate and Effects of Micro-plastics in the Marine Environment - A Global Assessment 20File Size: KB.

The MSFD Technical Subgroup on Marine Litter was tasked to deliver guidance so that European Member States could initiate programmes for monitoring of Descriptor 10 of the MSFD. The present document provides the recommendations and information needed to commence the monitoring required for marine litter, including methodological protocols and categories of items to be used for the.

UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter The objective of this document is to develop standardized operational guidelines for marine litter survey and monitoring programmes so that litter levels on our beaches and within our seas and oceans can be estimated and interpreted through long-term, broad scale comparative.

Marine Litter: Microplastics By Kirsten Isensee and Luis Valdes, IOC-UNESCO* Introduction The problem of marine litter was recognized by the UN General Assembly, which in its Resolution A/60/L - Oceans and the Law of the Sea - of 29 November in File Size: 88KB. Cheshire A, Adler E () UNEP/IOC guidelines on survey and monitoring of marine litter.

Regional seas reports and studies, vol ; IOC technical series, vol United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi, pp Google Scholar. A minimum set of requirements for beach litter monitoring within the MSFD are recommended, which are based on the OSPAR (OSPAR Commission a), UNEP and NOAA guidelines.

When designing marine litter surveys it is necessary to differentiate between standing-stock surveys, where the total load of litterFile Size: KB.

Guidance on Monitoring of Marine Litter in European Seas. The MSFD Technical Subgroup on Marine Litter was tasked to deliver guidance so that European Member States could initiate programmes for monitoring of Descriptor 10 of the MSFD.

rajan, S., Wenneker, B., Westphalen, G. UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter Program. UNEP Regional Seas Reports and Studies (IOC Technical Series No.

83): 3Guidance on Monitoring of Marine Litter Program in European Seas. MSFD Technical Subgroup on Marine Litter Program. Monitoring Report - Phase I 7. in the OSPAR Maritime Area ()” and the NOOA “Marine Debris Monitoring and Assessment: Recommendations for Monitoring Debris Trends in the Marine Environment (), taking into consideration the draft “UNEP/MAP MEDPOL Monitoring Guidance Document on Ecological Objective Marine Litter ()”.File Size: KB.

Grant Westphalen's 5 research works with 79 citations and 3, reads, including: UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter We. In addition to activities in 12 Regional Seas, UNEP commissioned preparation of several documents on specific topics, including UNEP/IOC Guidelines for monitoring of marine litter; Abandoned and lost fishing gear; and, Marine litter and market-based published: 12 Aug, UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter | RSP.

These guidelines offer a comparative analysis of information from around the world on existing experiences and methods for surveys, monitoring, reporting protocols and assessment of marine litter. UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Surveying and Monitoring of Marine Litter. The UNEP developed, in cooperation with the intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC), guidelines on surveying and monitoring of marine litter in order to provide a long-term platform for scientific by: NOAA Marine Debris Shoreline Survey Field Guide 5 | Page and 4.

The corresponding number in the table (1–20) is one of the four transects you will survey. Complete this exercise four times to choose four random transects (each transect can be used only once per survey).File Size: KB.

Marine Debris Monitoring and Assessment: Recommendations for Monitoring Debris Trends in the Marine Environment NOAA Marine Debris Program National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration U.S. Department of Commerce Technical Memorandum NOS-OR&R November Photo taken by U.S.

National Park Service, Kenai Fjords National ParkFile Size: 5MB. While other regional seas conventions such as OSPAR (North-East Atlantic) has been monitoring marine litter since HELCOM launched a report on marine litter in the Baltic Sea and concluded that “lack of comparable and reliable data is a major gap in marine litter issues in the Baltic Sea”.9 Prevention.

MSFD Technical Subgroup on Marine Litter, ) UNEP: UNEP reference list (UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter, ) UNEP_MARLIN: UNEP reference list adapted by MARLIN project (Final report of Baltic marine Litter project Marlin - litter monitoring and Raising awareness, ).

for Monitoring Marine Litter on the Beaches in the OSPAR Maritime Area. 5 Index Tab 2 Monitoring survey form m area (2x) Tab 3 Monitoring survey form m area (2x) is for UNEP use only. Unknown litter or items that are not on the survey form should be noted.

- UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter. Managing and monitoring marine litter and microplastic in general, in particular, is a complex issue that requires large amounts of funding, on a large scale.

Thus, we need to establish a paper by working with partners at the national and international levels toFile Size: KB. However, the UNEP/IOC “Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter” could form the basis for a harmonized monitoring system that is applicable in all relevant habitat types of the sites, varying from e.g.

ice shoes to sea grass beds, coral reefs, mangroves, File Size: 3MB. NRC Coastal Litter Monitoring Trial 2 Methods Trial Sites The methodology trialled was based on the UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter (Cheshire et al.

) for evaluating litter flux. Litter flux surveys determine the rate and amount of litter arriving on a. marine litter monitoring remain rather scientific and are too complex to be carried out by members of the general public.

Specific guidelines for these types of survey have not been included. UNEP is the global champion for the environment with programmes focusing on sustainable development, climate, biodiversity and more. UNEP - UN Environment Programme Skip to main content.

Guidelines and reports. The international guidelines and the council's report on the litter monitoring trial are available below: Assessment of Far North New Zealand Coastal Marine Debris, Using the Sustainable Coastlines’ Citizen Science, Beach Survey Protocol (PDF, KB) UNEP/IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter (PDF, 2.

European Commission Joint Research Centre Institute for Environment and Sustainability Contact information Georg Hanke Address: Joint Research Centre IES, Via Enrico FermiI Cited by: Finalizing guidelines for marine microplastics monitoring The recommendation and guidelines will be disseminated through the various international frameworks such as GESAMP, UNEP and WESTPAC (IOC-UNESCO).

The expert meetings were held to discuss harmonization of monitoring method on microplastic monitoring. The 1st meeting held in December. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.In collaboration with New Zealand government departments and utilizing the UNEP / IOC Guidelines on Survey and Monitoring of Marine Litter, The Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust is committed to the design, development and rollout of a long-term program for the necessary collection of marine litter and analysis of data associated with it.

Cheshire A, Adler E, Barbière J, Cohen Y, Evans S, Jarayabhand S, Jeftic L, Jung RT, Kinsey S, Kusui ET () UNEP/IOC guidelines on survey and monitoring of marine litter. Google Scholar Frias, JPGL, Antunes JC, Sobral P () Local marine litter survey: A case study in Alcobaça municipality, by: