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  • The map shows the location and type of fixed gear (i.e. lines, nets and traps) with reference to time of setting. The map layer shows fishing facility positions reported to the Coast Guard Central (KVS) according to "Utøvelsesforskriften" e.g. Reporting when fishing with fixed gear and floating line. Vessels engaged in fishing with fixed gear and floating line north of 62 ° N outside the baselines, vessels engaged in net fishing for Greenland halibut north of 62 ° N and vessels engaged in net fishing for anglerfish shall report to the Coast Guard Central (tel. 07611) about: a) setting of the gear, and b) haul of gear at the end of fishing. The map shows the location and type of fixed gear with reference to the vessel and time of setting.

  • Circumpolar basic map with transparency, combining topographic details from the Norwegian Mapping Authority and the Norwegian Polar Institute south to latitude X (southern France). It also includes map data from the other Arctic countries that is published via the Arctic Spatial Data Infrastructure (Arctic SDI). This map does not include place names and road names – these can be added using the circumpolar place name cache service.

  • The map shows the distribution of Northeast Arctic Haddock. Latin name: Melanogrammus aeglefinus Family: Gadidae Distribution: Along the Barents Sea coast Main spawning area: Western edge of Tromsøflaket Spawning season: March–June

  • The map shows the distribution of the hooded seal. Hooded seals live primarily on drifting pack ice and in deep water in the Arctic Ocean and North Atlantic. They can be found on four distinct areas with pack ice: near Jan Mayen Island (northeast of Iceland); off Labrador and northeastern Newfoundland; the Gulf of St. Lawrence; and the Davis Strait. Latin: Cystophora cristata

  • Carbonate in surface sediments.

  • The map shows the distribution of Ringed seal 80W - 80E Latin: Pusa hispida Ringed seals occur throughout the Arctic, north to the pole. In Svalbard, ringed seals breed on the land-fast ice in all of the fjords.

  • The map shows the distribution area of North East Arctic Saithe.

  • The map shows the distribution of Narwhal. Latin: Monodon monoceros The distribution of narwhal is largely confined to the North Atlantic region. They are most numerous in the eastern Canadian Arctic and along the coasts of Greenland. They also occur in the northern parts of Svalbard and the Franz Josef Land Archipelagos.

  • The map shows the distribution of bearded seal. The bearded seal (Erignathus barbatus), is one of the largest seals in the Norwegian Arctic. They occur mostly alone in the icy parts of the Barents Sea usually in drift ice, but are occationally observed downward along the Norwegian coast

  • The map shows the distribution of bearded seals 80W-80E. The bearded seal (Erignathus barbatus), is one of the largest seals in the Norwegian Arctic. They occur mostly alone in the icy parts of the Barents Sea usually in drift ice, but are occationally observed downward along the Norwegian coast