2nd commenting round for consultant study on “minimum requirements for MSP”

30/11/2011 at 14:26 | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The Plan Bothnia project includes as a deliverable (Deliverable 5.2.4) a study on “Region-wide recommendations on minimum requirements for MSP systems” coordinated by Plan Bothnia project partner VASAB secretariat. This will be carried out in two parts -Part I: Minimum requirements for MSP in the Baltic Sea and Part II: Methodology for identifying best MSP practices. The final result will be published as a part of the Plan Bothnia final report.

The selected experts,  Dr. Bernhard Heinrichs (Part I) and Dr. Jacek Zaucha (Part II)  submitted first concept drafts according to the contract by the end of July 2011. These documents were posted i.a. on this blog with a request for comments (see our post dated 27 July 2011).

Based on the input received the consultants have now drafted more complete versions which are open for another round of comments. The second draft files received are available from the folder “Consultancy study on Minimum requirements -Best practices” of the Plan Bothnia Document library accessible through the tab “Documents”at the Plan Bothnia website.

Commenting on these drafts is open for all interested parties until 15 January 2012. Comment directly on this blogpost or, preferably, send comments via email as indicated on the front page of the documents (both to consultants and project partners)

The received comments will be used to create the last draft versions by mid-February, to be summarised in the Final Project report.

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