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Document 32017R0118

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/118 of 5 September 2016 establishing fisheries conservation measures for the protection of the marine environment in the North Sea

C/2016/5549

OJ L 19, 25.1.2017, p. 10–25 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

In force

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg_del/2017/118/oj

25.1.2017   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 19/10


COMMISSION DELEGATED REGULATION (EU) 2017/118

of 5 September 2016

establishing fisheries conservation measures for the protection of the marine environment in the North Sea

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 on the Common Fisheries Policy, amending Council Regulations (EC) No 1954/2003 and (EC) No 1224/2009 and repealing Council Regulations (EC) No 2371/2002 and (EC) No 639/2004 and Council Decision 2004/585/EC (1), and in particular Article 11(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Pursuant to Article 11 of Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013, fisheries conservation measures may be adopted that are necessary for the purpose of complying with their obligations under Union environmental legislation, including Article 6 of Council Directive 92/43/EEC (2) and Article 13(4) of Directive 2008/56/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (3).

(2)

Article 6 of Directive 92/43/EEC requires Member States to establish the necessary conservation measures for Special Areas of Conservation that correspond to the ecological requirements of natural habitat types and species present on the sites. It also requires Member States to take appropriate steps to avoid, in the special areas of conservation, the deterioration of natural habitats and the habitats of species as well as significant disturbance of the species for which the areas have been designated.

(3)

Pursuant to Article 13(4) of Directive 2008/56/EC Member States are to adopt programmes of measures, including spatial protection measures that contribute to coherent and representative networks of marine protected areas, and adequately cover the diversity of the constituent ecosystems, such as special areas of conservation pursuant to the Habitats Directive, special protection areas pursuant to the Birds Directive (4), and marine protected areas as agreed by the Community or Member States concerned in the framework of international or regional agreements to which they are parties.

(4)

Denmark considered that, for the purpose of complying with Article 6 of Directive 92/43/EEC, conservation measures needed to be adopted in certain areas under its sovereignty in the Kattegat, North Sea. If necessary fisheries conservation measures affect the fishery of other Member States, the Member States may submit these measures in joint recommendations to the Commission.

(5)

Denmark, Germany and Sweden have a direct management interest in the fishery to be affected by such measures. In accordance with Article 11(3) of Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013, Denmark provided Germany with relevant information on the measures required, including their rationale, scientific evidence in support and details on their practical implementation and enforcement.

(6)

On 13 March 2015, having consulted the North Sea Advisory Council, Denmark, Germany and Sweden submitted to the Commission two joint recommendations for fisheries conservation measures to protect reef structures in three Danish Natura 2000 sites in the Kattegat, North Sea and seven sites in the Baltic. They comprise the prohibition of fishing activities with mobile bottom contacting gear in reef (habitat type 1170) zones and the prohibition of all fishing activities in bubbling reef (under habitat type 1180) zones.

(7)

The Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (‘STECF’) (5) stated in its scientific advice of 17 April 2015 that the conservation objectives within the Special Areas of Conservation referred to in the joint recommendations could not be fully achieved without appropriate measures to prevent fishing activity in the areas.

(8)

STECF identified some concerns as regards the control and enforcement of the conservation measures and considered that additional control measures may be appropriate. In accordance with Article 5 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 (6). Member States are required to adopt appropriate measures, allocate adequate resources and set up the structures necessary for ensuring control, inspection and enforcement of activities carried out within the scope of the common fisheries policy (CFP). This may include measures such as the requirement of submitting vessels monitoring systems (VMS) positions with increased frequency by all vessels concerned or identifying the areas as high risk in the national control system based on risk management, addressing the concerns of STECF.

(9)

On 25 June 2015, the Commission adopted Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/1778 (7) in order to establish fisheries conservation measures for the protection of the relevant reef zones in the Baltic Sea and the Kattegat.

(10)

Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/1778 provided for the prohibition to fish with mobile bottom contacting gear in the relevant reefs areas in the Baltic Sea and the Kattegat, since such fishing has a negative impact on reef habitats and affects both the reef structures and the biodiversity found at the reefs.

(11)

Furthermore that Regulation prohibited all fishing activity in the relevant bubbling reef areas in the Kattegat since bubbling reefs are especially fragile structures and any physical impact is a threat to their conservation status.

(12)

It was appropriate to ensure the assessment of the measures established by that Regulation, in particular as regards the control of compliance with fishing prohibitions.

(13)

Sweden now considers that, for the purpose of complying with Article 6 of Directive 92/43/EEC and Article 13(4) of Directive 2008/56/EC, conservation measures need to be adopted in certain areas under its sovereignty and jurisdiction in the Skagerrak, North Sea.

(14)

Denmark, Germany and Sweden have a direct management interest in the fishery to be affected by such measures. In accordance with Article 11(3) of Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013, Sweden provided Denmark and Germany with relevant information on the measures required, including their rationale, scientific evidence in support and details on their practical implementation and enforcement.

(15)

On 10 June 2016, having consulted the North Sea Advisory Council, Denmark, Germany and Sweden submitted to the Commission a further joint recommendation for fisheries conservation measures to protect reef structures, pockmarks and sea-pen and burrowing megafauna communities in the Bratten area located in the Skagerrak. The measures would prohibit fishing activities in a number of zones.

(16)

In Bratten, it is necessary to prohibit all fishing activities in the relevant reef areas, considering the increased difficulty in controlling fishing activities and minimal pelagic fishery.

(17)

To ensure appropriate control of fishing activities in the marine protected area Bratten, all fishing vessels should be fitted with and maintain in operation an automatic identification system (AIS) during their stay in Bratten, creating an alert zone around the closed areas.

(18)

STECF (8) states in its scientific advice of 8 July 2016 that the proposed conservation objectives in Bratten MPA, where reefs, pockmarks and threatened species are present, cannot be fully achieved without appropriate measures to prevent fishing activity in the areas.

(19)

However, STECF notes that the proposed boundaries of the no-take zones are positioned very close to the reefs and do not encompass a buffer zone defined in accordance with ICES Guidelines. STECF considers that buffer zones are useful for conservation purposes and controllability, while corridors defined in the proposal appear really small. In addition, very few sensible habitats take place in area 14 whose closure, approved by all stakeholders, is mainly justified by a precautionary approach to avoid a future increase of the fishing pressure on deep sea floors.

(20)

Following the new joint recommendation submitted on 10 June 2016, it is appropriate to repeal Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/1778 and to rearrange the relevant conservation measures by sea basin into two different legal instruments.

(21)

This Regulation should only apply to the North Sea and comprise the conservation measures currently applicable in the Kattegat and those suggested for the Bratten area in the joint recommendation of 10 June 2016.

(22)

The conservation measures currently applicable in the Baltic Sea should be included in a separate new Regulation.

(23)

The fisheries conservation measures established by this Regulation are without prejudice to any other existing or future management measures aiming at the conservation of the sites concerned, including fisheries conservation measures,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Subject matter and scope

1.   This Regulation establishes fisheries conservation measures necessary for compliance with obligations under Article 6 of Directive 92/43/EEC and Article 13(4) of Directive 2008/56/EC.

2.   This Regulation applies to fishing vessels in the North Sea.

Article 2

Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation, the following definitions shall apply in addition to those laid down in Article 4 of Regulation (EU) No 1380/2013, Article 4 of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 and Article 2 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 404/2011 (9):

(a)

‘bottom contacting gear’ means any of the following gears: bottom trawl, beam trawl, bottom otter trawl, otter twin trawl, bottom pair trawl, nephrops trawl, shrimp trawl, seine net, Danish anchor seine, Scottish seine, boat or vessel seine and dredge;

(b)

‘Areas 1’ mean the geographical areas enclosed by sequentially joining with rhumb lines the positions listed in Annex I to this Regulation, which shall be measured according to the WGS84 coordinate system;

(c)

‘Areas 2’ mean the geographical areas enclosed by sequentially joining with rhumb lines the positions listed in Annex II to this Regulation, which shall be measured according to the WGS84 coordinate system.

(d)

‘Bratten’ means the geographical area enclosed by sequentially joining with rhumb lines the positions listed in Annex III to this Regulation, which shall be measured according to the WGS84 coordinate system.

(e)

‘Member States concerned’ means Denmark, Germany and Sweden.

Article 3

Fishing prohibition

1.   It shall be prohibited to carry out any fishing activity with bottom contacting gears in Areas 1. Fishing vessels carrying on board any bottom contacting gear may carry out fishing activities in Areas 1 with gears other than those gears provided that the bottom contacting gears be lashed and stowed in accordance with the conditions laid down in Article 47 of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009.

2.   It shall be prohibited to carry out any fishing activity in Areas 2.

Article 4

Transit

1.   Fishing vessels carrying on board any bottom contacting gear may transit across Areas 1, provided that the bottom contacting gears be lashed and stowed in accordance with the conditions laid down in Article 47 of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009.

2.   Fishing vessels may transit across Areas 2, provided that any gear carried on board be lashed and stowed in accordance with the conditions laid down in Article 47 of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009.

Article 5

Automatic identification system

All fishing vessels present in Bratten shall be fitted with and maintain in operation an automatic identification system (AIS) which meets the performance standards set out in Article 10(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009.

Article 6

Review

1.   Member States concerned shall assess the implementation of the measures set out in Article 3 and 4 by 30 June 2017, including the control of compliance with the fishing prohibitions applicable in:

(a)

Areas 1 and

(b)

the following Areas 2:

(i)

Herthas Flak bubbling reef zone and

(ii)

Læsø Trindel & Tønneberg Banke bubbling reef zone

2.   Member States concerned shall submit a summary report of the review to the Commission by 31 July 2017.

Article 7

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 5 September 2016.

For the Commission

The President

Jean-Claude JUNCKER


(1)  OJ L 354, 28.12.2013, p. 22.

(2)  Council Directive 92/43/EEC of 21 May 1992 on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora (OJ L 206, 22.7.1992, p. 7).

(3)  Directive 2008/56/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 June 2008 establishing a framework for community action in the field of marine environmental policy (Marine Strategy Framework Directive) (OJ L 164, 25.6.2008, p. 19).

(4)  Directive 2009/147/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 November 2009 on the conservation of wild birds (OJ L 20, 26.1.2010, p. 7).

(5)  http://stecf.jrc.ec.europa.eu/documents/43805/991908/STECF-PLEN-15-01_JRCxxx.pdf

(6)  Council Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 of 20 November 2009 establishing a Community control system for ensuring compliance with the rules of the common fisheries policy, amending Regulations (EC) No 847/96, (EC) No 2371/2002, (EC) No 811/2004, (EC) No 768/2005, (EC) No 2115/2005, (EC) No 2166/2005, (EC) No 388/2006, (EC) No 509/2007, (EC) No 676/2007, (EC) No 1098/2007, (EC) No 1300/2008, (EC) No 1342/2008 and repealing Regulations (EEC) No 2847/93, (EC) No 1627/94 and (EC) No 1966/2006 (OJ L 343, 22.12.2009, p. 1).

(7)  Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/1778 of 25 June 2015 establishing fisheries conservation measures to protect reef zones in waters under the sovereignty of Denmark in the Baltic Sea and Kattegat (OJ L 259, 6.10.2015, p. 5).

(8)  https://stecf.jrc.ec.europa.eu/documents/43805/1471816/2016-07_STECF+PLEN+16-02_JRCxxx.pdf

(9)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 404/2011 of 8 April 2011 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) No 1224/2009 establishing a Community control system for ensuring compliance with the rules of the Common Fisheries Policy (OJ L 112, 30.4.2011, p. 1).


ANNEX I

Coordinates of Areas 1

1.   Herthas Flak

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

1S

57°39.422′

10°49.118′

2S

57°39.508′

10°49.602′

3S

57°39.476′

10°49.672′

4S

57°39.680′

10°50.132′

5S

57°39.312′

10°50.813′

6S

57°39.301′

10°51.290′

7S

57°38.793′

10°52.365′

8S

57°38.334′

10°53.201′

9S

57°38.150′

10°52.931′

10S

57°38.253′

10°52.640′

11S

57°37.897′

10°51.936′

12S

57°38.284′

10°51.115′

13S

57°38.253′

10°50.952′

14S

57°38.631′

10°50.129′

15S

57°39.142′

10°49.201′

16S

57°39.301′

10°49.052′

17S

57°39.422′

10°49.118′

2.   Læsø Trindel & Tønneberg Banke

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

1S

57°25.045′

11°06.757′

2S

57°26.362′

11°06.858′

3S

57°27.224′

11°09.239′

4S

57°26.934′

11°10.026′

5S

57°27.611′

11°10.938′

6S

57°28.053′

11°11.000′

7S

57°28.184′

11°11.547′

8S

57°28.064′

11°11.808′

9S

57°28.843′

11°13.844′

10S

57°29.158′

11°15.252′

11S

57°29.164′

11°16.861′

12S

57°29.017′

11°17.266′

13S

57°29.080′

11°17.597′

14S

57°28.729′

11°18.494′

15S

57°28.486′

11°18.037′

16S

57°28.258′

11°18.269′

17S

57°27.950′

11°18.239′

18S

57°27.686′

11°18.665′

19S

57°27.577′

11°18.691′

20S

57°27.525′

11°18.808′

21S

57°27.452′

11°18.837′

22S

57°27.359′

11°18.818′

23S

57°26.793′

11°17.929′

24S

57°27.984′

11°15.500′

25S

57°27.676′

11°14.758′

26S

57°25.998′

11°17.309′

27S

57°25.946′

11°17.488′

28S

57°26.028′

11°17.555′

29S

57°26.060′

11°17.819′

30S

57°26.011′

11°18.360′

31S

57°25.874′

11°18.666′

32S

57°25.683′

11°18.646′

33S

57°25.417′

11°18.524′

34S

57°25.377′

11°18.408′

35S

57°25.330′

11°18.039′

36S

57°25.175′

11°17.481′

37S

57°24.928

11°17.579′

38S

57°24.828′

11°17.366′

39S

57°24.891′

11°17.049′

40S

57°25.128′

11°17.118′

41S

57°25.249′

11°16.721′

42S

57°25.211′

11°16.592′

43S

57°25.265′

11°16.162′

44S

57°25.170′

11°15.843′

45S

57°25.245′

11°15.562′

46S

57°25.208′

11°15.435′

47S

57°25.278′

11°15.083′

48S

57°25.462′

11°15.059′

49S

57°25.517′

11°15.007′

50S

57°25.441′

11°14.613′

51S

57°25.610′

11°14.340′

52S

57°25.630′

11°14.119′

53S

57°25.629′

11°13.827′

54S

57°25.738′

11°13.658′

55S

57°25.610′

11°13.392′

56S

57°25.625′

11°13.176′

57S

57°25.933′

11°12.379′

58S

57°25.846′

11°11.959′

59S

57°25.482′

11°12.956′

60S

57°25.389′

11°13.083′

61S

57°25.221′

11°13.212′

62S

57°25.134′

11°13.221′

63S

57°25.031′

11°13.077′

64S

57°25.075′

11°12.751′

65S

57°24.817′

11°12.907′

66S

57°24.747′

11°12.862′

67S

57°24.616′

11°13.229′

68S

57°24.549′

11°13.240′

69S

57°24.347′

11°13.093′

70S

57°24.256′

11°13.288′

71S

57°24.145′

11°13.306′

72S

57°24.051′

11°13.138′

73S

57°23.818′

11°13.360′

74S

57°23.649′

11°13.280′

75S

57°23.553′

11°13.260′

76S

57°23.432′

11°13.088′

77S

57°23.416′

11°12.861′

78S

57°23.984′

11°09.081′

79S

57°25.045′

11°06.757′

3.   Lysegrund

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

1S

56°19.367′

11°46.017′

2S

56°18.794′

11°48.153′

3S

56°17.625′

11°48.541′

4S

56°17.424′

11°48.117′

5S

56°17.864′

11°47.554′

6S

56°17.828′

11°47.265′

7S

56°17.552′

11°47.523′

8S

56°17.316′

11°47.305′

9S

56°17.134′

11°47.260′

10S

56°16.787′

11°46.753′

11S

56°16.462′

11°46.085′

12S

56°16.455′

11°43.620′

13S

56°17.354′

11°42.671′

14S

56°18.492′

11°42.689′

15S

56°18.950′

11°41.823′

16S

56°19.263′

11°41.870′

17S

56°19.802′

11°40.939′

18S

56°19.989′

11°41.516′

19S

56°18.967′

11°43.600′

20S

56°19.460′

11°44.951′

21S

56°19.367′

11°46.017′


ANNEX II

Coordinates of Areas 2

1.   Herthas Flak bubbling reef zone

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

1B

57°38.334′

10°53.201′

2B

57°38.15′

10°52.931′

3B

57°38.253′

10°52.64′

4B

57°38.237′

10°52.15′

5B

57°38.32′

10°51.974′

6B

57°38.632′

10°51.82′

7B

57°38.839′

10°52.261′

8B

57°38.794′

10°52.36′

9B

57°38.334′

10°53.201′

2.   Læsø Trindel & Tønneberg Banke bubbling reef zone

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

1B

57°27.496′

11°15.033′

2B

57°25.988′

11°17.323′

3B

57°25.946′

11°17.488′

4B

57°25.417′

11°18.524′

5B

57°25.377′

11°18.408′

6B

57°25.346′

11°18.172′

7B

57°25.330′

11°18.039′

8B

57°25.175′

11°17.481′

9B

57°24.928′

11°17.579′

10B

57°24.828′

11°17.366′

11B

57°24.891′

11°17.049′

12B

57°25.128′

11°17.118′

13B

57°25.249′

11°16.721′

14B

57°25.211′

11°16.592′

15B

57°25.263′

11°16.177′

16B

57°25.170′

11°15.843′

17B

57°25.240′

11°15.549′

18B

57°26.861′

11°15.517′

19B

57°26.883′

11°14.998′

20B

57°27.496′

11°15.033′

3.   BRATTEN 1

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

1.1

58.54797

10.61234

58°32.87790′

10°36.74060′

1.2

58.54242

10.59708

58°32.54500′

10°35.82450′

1.3

58.57086

10.57829

58°34.25170′

10°34.69750′

1.4

58.57113

10.58584

58°34.26810′

10°35.15060′

4.   BRATTEN 2

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

2.1

58.58333

10.70000

58°35.00000′

10°42.00000′

2.2

58.56370

10.70000

58°33.82200′

10°42.00000′

2.3

58.56834

10.68500

58°34.10000′

10°41.10000′

2.4

58.58333

10.67333

58°35.00000′

10°40.40000′

5.   BRATTEN 3

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

3.1

58.55448

10.66622

58°33.26910′

10°39.97320′

3.2

58.53817

10.65876

58°32.29020′

10°39.52570′

3.3

58.56064

10.62589

58°33.63840′

10°37.55310′

3.4

58.58333

10.60196

58°35.00000′

10°36.11730′

3.5

58.58333

10.64007

58°35.00000′

10°38.40390′

6.   BRATTEN 4

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

4.1

58.41829

10.56322

58°25.09750′

10°33.79350′

4.2

58.44104

10.54711

58°26.46240′

10°32.82670′

4.3

58.46111

10.53893

58°27.66680′

10°32.33610′

4.4

58.49248

10.55864

58°29.54890′

10°33.51860′

4.5

58.47846

10.58575

58°28.70790′

10°35.14500′

4.6

58.45570

10.60806

58°27.34200′

10°36.48350′

4.7

58.42942

10.58963

58°25.76550′

10°35.37770′

7.   BRATTEN 5

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

5.1

58.46216

10.62166

58°27.72940′

10°37.29940′

5.2

58.48256

10.59473

58°28.95350′

10°35.68400′

5.3

58.50248

10.58245

58°30.14850′

10°34.94690′

5.4

58.50213

10.61104

58°30.12770′

10°36.66250′

5.5

58.47972

10.63392

58°28.78320′

10°38.03540′

8.   BRATTEN 6

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

6.1

58.45450

10.49373

58°27.26970′

10°29.62370′

6.2

58.46727

10.47881

58°28.03640′

10°28.72850′

6.3

58.48976

10.46582

58°29.38550′

10°27.94900′

6.4

58.49126

10.47395

58°29.47550′

10°28.43730′

6.5

58.47369

10.50004

58°28.42150′

10°30.00260′

6.6

58.45435

10.49995

58°27.26080′

10°29.99710′

9.   BRATTEN 7A

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

7A.1

58.42132

10.53168

58°25.27900′

10°31.90080′

7A.2

58.41075

10.51853

58°24.64520′

10°31.11190′

7A.3

58.41982

10.50999

58°25.18910′

10°30.59960′

7A.4

58.44487

10.51291

58°26.69240′

10°30.77450′

7A.5

58.45257

10.52057

58°27.15410′

10°31.23410′

7A.6

58.44918

10.52936

58°26.95050′

10°31.76140′

7A.7

58.42423

10.52271

58°25.45370′

10°31.36260′

10.   BRATTEN 7B

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

7B.1

58.38556

10.51815

58°23.13340′

10°31.08930′

7B.2

58.39907

10.50486

58°23.94410′

10°30.29150′

7B.3

58.41075

10.51853

58°24.64520′

10°31.11190′

7B.4

58.42132

10.53168

58°25.27900′

10°31.90080′

7B.5

58.41613

10.54764

58°24.96810′

10°32.85830′

7B.6

58.38776

10.53394

58°23.26560′

10°32.03650′

11.   BRATTEN 7C

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

7C.1

58.32839

10.44780

58°19.70320′

10°26.86790′

7C.2

58.33196

10.43976

58°19.91750′

10°26.38560′

7C.3

58.34390

10.44579

58°20.63390′

10°26.74760′

7C.4

58.36412

10.46309

58°21.84690′

10°27.78530′

7C.5

58.39907

10.50486

58°23.94410′

10°30.29150′

7C.6

58.38556

10.51815

58°23.13340′

10°31.08930′

7C.7

58.38172

10.50243

58°22.90310′

10°30.14580′

7C.8

58.34934

10.46503

58°20.96020′

10°27.90180′

7C.9

58.33436

10.45233

58°20.06130′

10°27.13950′

12.   BRATTEN 7D

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

7D.1

58.32839

10.44780

58°19.70320′

10°26.86790′

7D.2

58.30802

10.43235

58°18.48120′

10°25.94100′

7D.3

58.31273

10.42636

58°18.76400′

10°25.58170′

7D.4

58.32300

10.43560

58°19.38030′

10°26.13580′

7D.5

58.33196

10.43976

58°19.91750′

10°26.38560′

13.   BRATTEN 7E

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

7E.1

58.30802

10.43235

58°18.48120′

10°25.94100′

7E.2

58.30260

10.42276

58°18.15610′

10°25.36540′

7E.3

58.30642

10.41908

58°18.38510′

10°25.14470′

7E.4

58.31273

10.42636

58°18.76400′

10°25.58170′

14.   BRATTEN 8

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

8.1

58.35013

10.56697

58°21.00780′

10°34.01820′

8.2

58.35000

10.54678

58°21.00000′

10°32.80660′

8.3

58.36596

10.54941

58°21.95780′

10°32.96480′

8.4

58.36329

10.56736

58°21.79740′

10°34.04160′

15.   BRATTEN 9A

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

9A.1

58.28254

10.48633

58°16.95260′

10°29.17970′

9A.2

58.28185

10.46037

58°16.91100′

10°27.62230′

9A.3

58.32814

10.47828

58°19.68840′

10°28.69670′

9A.4

58.32314

10.49764

58°19.38860′

10°29.85840′

16.   BRATTEN 9B

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

9B.1

58.28254

10.49986

58°16.95260′

10°29.99170′

9B.2

58.30184

10.50257

58°18.11030′

10°30.15410′

9B.3

58.30128

10.51117

58°18.07690′

10°30.67040′

9B.4

58.28560

10.51374

58°17.13590′

10°30.82450′

17.   BRATTEN 10

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

10.1

58.40548

10.47122

58°24.32870′

10°28.27330′

10.2

58.39710

10.45111

58°23.82620′

10°27.06670′

10.3

58.41923

10.45140

58°25.15390′

10°27.08390′

10.4

58.43279

10.45575

58°25.96770′

10°27.34510′

10.5

58.41816

10.46972

58°25.08960′

10°28.18310′

18.   BRATTEN 11

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

11.1

58.44546

10.48585

58°26.72760′

10°29.15080′

11.2

58.43201

10.48224

58°25.92060′

10°28.93410′

11.3

58.44293

10.46981

58°26.57590′

10°28.18890′

11.4

58.46009

10.46709

58°27.60540′

10°28.02550′

19.   BRATTEN 12

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

12.1

58.31923

10.39146

58°19.15400′

10°23.48740′

12.2

58.33421

10.41007

58°20.05280′

10°24.60400′

12.3

58.32229

10.41228

58°19.33750′

10°24.73680′

12.4

58.30894

10.39258

58°18.53660′

10°23.55460′

20.   BRATTEN 13

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

13.1

58.53667

10.41500

58°32.20000′

10°24.90020′

13.2

58.55302

10.40684

58°33.18120′

10°24.41050′

13.3

58.55827

10.41840

58°33.49610′

10°25.10420′

13.4

58.54551

10.42903

58°32.73030′

10°25.74190′

21.   BRATTEN 14

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

14.1

58.26667

10.02858

58°16.00000′

10°1.71510′

14.2

58.51269

10.14490

58°30.76120′

10°8.69400′

14.3

58.53608

10.18669

58°32.16510′

10°11.20140′

14.4

58.46886

10.23659

58°28.13140′

10°14.19520′

14.5

58.31137

10.26041

58°18.68210′

10°15.62490′

14.6

58.26667

10.16996

58°16.00000′

10°10.19740′


ANNEX III

Coordinates of the marine protected area Bratten

Point

Latitude N

Longitude E

Latitude N

Longitude E

1 NV

58.58333

10.27120

58°35.00000′

10°16.27200′

2 NO

58.58333

10.70000

58°35.00000′

10°42.00000′

3 SO

58.26667

10.70000

58°16.00000′

10°42.00000′

4 SV

58.26667

10.02860

58°16.00000′

10° 1.71600′

5 V

58.5127

10.14490

58°30.76200′

10° 8.69400′


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