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 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

A direct internet link to and resources pertaining the Blue Habitat website which has been established as a portal for information on the global distribution of marine ‘blue’ habitats. Knowledge on the distribution of blue habitats is an important input into ocean management, marine spatial planning and biodiversity conservation.

 Pacific Data Hub

This is a subset of the Population projections dataset available on PDH.stat: https://stats.pacificdata.org/vis?locale=en&facet=6nQpoAP&constraints[0…

 Pacific Data Hub

This is a subset of the Population projections dataset available on PDH.stat: https://stats.pacificdata.org/vis?locale=en&facet=6nQpoAP&constraints[0…

 Pacific Data Hub

This is a subset of the Thematic (SDG goal 4) indicators on Education dataset available on PDH.stat: https://stats.pacificdata.org/vis?locale=en&dataflow[datasourceId]=SPC2…

 Pacific Data Hub

This is a subset of the Population projections dataset available on PDH.stat: https://stats.pacificdata.org/vis?locale=en&facet=6nQpoAP&constraints[0…

 Pacific Data Hub

This dataset is a subset of Gross Domestic Product for Pacific Island Countries and Territories dataset published on PDH.Stat : https://stats.pacificdata.org/

 Pacific Data Hub

The Pacific Community Results Report highlights the results achieved by SPC with our 26 Member countries and territories, and development partners. This dataset provides the data used in the Results Report provided in Excel and CSV formats.

This data has been visualised in the Results Explorer Dashboard:
https://pacificdata.org/results-explorer

The full report can be accessed at the following URL:
https://purl.org/spc/digilib/doc/f6ijz

 Pacific Data Hub

GEBCO’s gridded bathymetric data sets are global terrain models for ocean and land. The grids are available to download or access through Web Map Services.

Imagery reproduced from the GEBCO_2019 Grid, www.gebco.net

https://www.gebco.net/data_and_products/gridded_bathymetry_data/

 Pacific Data Hub

The Marshall Island Exclusive Economic Zone was measured from the low water line of the seaward side of the normal baseline (coast), the low-water line of the seaward side of the reef fringing the coast or bounding any lagoon waters adjacent to any part of that coast. Marzone delimitation software was used to generate territorial sea limit using the World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS 84) reference datum as stipulated under the Republic of the Marshall Islands Maritime Zone Declaration Act 2016.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

Status of the Coral Reefs in the Pacific and Outlook. Reports by the Global Coral Reef Network in collaboration with UNEP, IUCN and other agencies

 Pacific Data Hub

Normally, the baseline from which the territorial sea is measured is the low-water line along the coast as marked on large-scale charts officially recognized by the coastal state. This is either the low-water mark closest to the shore, or alternatively it may be an unlimited distance from permanently exposed land, provided that some portion of elevations exposed at low tide but covered at high tide (like mud flats) is within 12 nautical miles (22 km; 14 mi) of permanently exposed land.

 Pacific Data Hub

Nauru's Territorial Sea Baseline was defined using the 1993 topographic map produce by Survey Graphics Pty Ltd of Perth, Western Australia, under the direction of the Ministry of Island Development and Industry. The map is based on UTM Grid Zone 58, which is referred to the World Geodetic System 1972 (WGS 72). The WGS 72 coordinate system was then converted to WGS 84 using transformation parameters tabled on Nauru Maritime Boundaries Technical Report (TR 399).

 Pacific Data Hub

The Maritime Zones Act 2013 states that the baseline of the territorial sea of Niue is measured from the low-water mark along the coast of Niue, or where there is a coral reef along any part of the coast of Niue, the low-water mark along the outer edge of the coral reef.

The territorial sea comprises those areas of the sea having, as their inner limits, the baseline and, as their outer limits, a line measured seaward from that baseline, every point of which is distant 12 nautical miles from the nearest point of the baseline.