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Multipurpose water-marine cadastre in Poland - development directions

Agnieszka DAWIDOWICZ ; Department of Real estate Resources, Faculty of Geodesy and Land Management University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Oczapowskiego street 2, 10-719 Olsztyn, Poland
Ryszard ŹRÓBEK ; Department of Real estate Resources, Faculty of Geodesy and Land Management University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Oczapowskiego street 2, 10-719 Olsztyn, Poland


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For the purpose of water management of the surface and subterranean inland waters in Poland are conducted rich databases of water cadastre for over 20 years. These databases are constantly
updated and modernized. The internal, national needs for good governance of the territorial Baltic Sea resources and the
international needs for policy-shaping of space and marine resources management determine the creation of the marine cadastre in Poland. A number of important activities in the designation of the
new directions of maritime policy development should be mentioned such as: adopted in 2006 “An European vision for the oceans and seas” called the Green Paper (EUROPEAN COMMISSION,2006),
created in 2005 and approved in 2007 framework document “An Integrated Maritime Policy for the European Union” called the Blue Book (EUROPEAN COMMISSION,2007), or “An EU Strategy for the
Baltic Sea Region”.
The assumptions of maritime policies suggest that an important role in the formation and management of marine areas plays an access to relevant information. The integration of data from different systems and sources will be a key project for the creation of a multi-task, complete water-marinercadastre, which is an important prerequisite for the success among others in trans-sectoral and cross-border co-operation. An open topic still is the way of this integration, however, the European Commission’s efforts to build an integrated spatial information system (based on the guidelines of the
INSPIRE DIRECTIVE 2007) and support for a variety of GIS systems, point the way, which intend to organize an exchange of information at European level.Also in Poland, under the auspices of the Ministry of Infrastructure, conceptual works are ongoing to organize the management of maritime areas, to involve Poland in the European dimension of maritime policy, to draft legal documents and to organize the system of access and information exchange.

Ključne riječi

water cadastre, marine cadastre, water management system, integrated spatial information system, integrated real estate information system (ZSIN)

Hrčak ID:

135109

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/135109

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