The appropriate nature conservation body1 may deposit or install markers indicating the existence and extent of a European marine site2. As soon as possible after a site becomes a European marine site, the appropriate nature conservation authority must advise other relevant authorities3 as to the conservation objectives for that site and any operations which may cause deterioration of natural habitats or the habitats of species, or disturbance of species, for which the site has been designated4. The relevant authorities, or any of them, may establish for a European marine site a management scheme under which their functions (including any
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