Terms of use of the QSR 2010 website

© 2010 OSPAR Commission

The “QSR 2010 website” is the electronic publication of the QSR 2010, published online and on DVD. The material featured on the QSR 2010 website is subject to OSPAR Commission copyright unless otherwise indicated. The material may be re-used free of charge for non-commercial purposes, subject to the material being re-used accurately and not used in a misleading context. The available PDF files on the QSR 2010 website are intended for individual viewing and personal use and should not be posted on other websites or otherwise distributed in electronic or print form. The material on the QSR 2010 website must be acknowledged as OSPAR Commission copyright and the title and publication number of the source document must be given.

Permission to re-use the material featured on the QSR 2010 website does not extend to any material which is identified as being the copyright or ownership of a third party. Authorisation to re-use such material must be obtained from the copyright holders and the referenced source. Copyright for photographic material featured on the QSR 2010 website is given below; a full list of credits for the photographic material used in the QSR 2010 summary report is available as download: Photographic credits.

The OSPAR Commission encourages users to establish hypertext links to the QSR 2010 online website. The QSR 2010 website must not be loaded into frames of other websites.

OSPAR is not responsible for the contents or reliability of external websites to which the QSR 2010 links and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them.

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Photographic credits for material used on QSR 2010 website, published online and on DVD

Published by

OSPAR Commission, London 2010
Hard copy publication
ISBN 978-1-907390-38-8
Publication number 497/2010

Recommended citation

OSPAR, 2010. Quality Status Report 2010. OSPAR Commission. London. 176 pp.
Linked QSR assessments should be cited as given in the bibliography.

Editorial Group

Colin Moffat, Richard Emmerson, Andrea Weiss, Carolyn Symon, Lynn Dicks

Illustrations and photographic research

Audrey Baconnais-Rosez, Corinne Michel

French translation

Hélène Hughes, Sylvie Ashe


Ungermeyer, graphic affairs

Production of electronic QSR

wemove digital solutions


Oktoberdruck AG


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