Chapter 5: Productive

Scottish Ferry Routes (Indicative courses) (WMS)

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This dataset was created by the Scottish Government and represents passenger and vehicle ferry services in Scotland. These are the routes for the start and end terminals in the Scottish Ferry Ports dataset. It was initially created for use within the development of the Scottish Government's Urban Rural Classification. Both subsidised and private routes are included, as well as the seasonality of the route and whether it can take vehicle or foot passengers only. Ferry routes and attributes are based upon route information obtained from operator websites (e.g. Caledonian MacBrayne, NorthLink Ferries, etc.).

AIS Shipping Traffic - Pentland Firth and Orkney - Winter 2012 (Number of intersecting vessels)

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Seasonal plots of the ship density in the PFOW Strategic Area. Based on a grid of cells 1nm x1nm covering the Strategic Area. The number of AIS tracks crossing each cell has been counted and the grid thematically mapped from lowest density to highest density, where each track corresponds to one vessel movement, based on the relative traffic density levels.

This dataset was produced by Anatec.The data are for viewing only and should not be reproduced in any form, e.g. screenshots taken and used in other reports.

AIS Shipping Traffic - Pentland Firth and Orkney - Summer 2012 (Number of intersecting vessels)

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Seasonal plots of the ship density in the PFOW Strategic Area. Based on a grid of cells 1nm x1nm covering the Strategic Area. The number of AIS tracks crossing each cell has been counted and the grid thematically mapped from lowest density to highest density, where each track corresponds to one vessel movement, based on the relative traffic density levels.

This dataset was produced by Anatec.The data are for viewing only and should not be reproduced in any form, e.g. screenshots taken and used in other reports.

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