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Marine Recorder Public UK snapshot - v20200204 2020


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The Spring 2020 Marine Recorder version 51 snapshot. The Marine Recorder database holds information on UK marine benthic data such as species, biotopes and physical attributes. Data extracted from a Marine Recorder database into a queryable format is known as a Marine Recorder Snapshot. This is an Access database and does not require installation of the Marine Recorder application. JNCC periodically compiles and combines all local Marine Recorder Snapshots into a single UK-wide version. A public version of this snapshot is available for download.

This current snapshot contains: 4,012 Surveys 247,019 Biotope records 3,695,374 Species records

Resource type Dataset

Topic category Biota

Reference date 2020·02·06

On a six-monthly basis, JNCC combines the snapshots from all local holders and complies them into a UK-wide version. The contributors to the Marine Recorder Snapshot are: Centre for Environmental Data and Recording (CEDaR, Northern Ireland); Data Archive for Seabed Species and Habitats (DASSH); Joint Nature Conservation Committee; Natural England; Natural Resources Wales (formerly Countryside Council for Wales and referred to as such or CCW in this version); Porcupine Marine Natural History Society; Scottish Natural Heritage; Seasearch (Marine Conservation Society); Shoresearch Kent Wildlife Trust; The Wildlife Trusts.

Responsible organisation
Digital and Data Solutions, JNCC custodian

Limitations on public access None

Use constraints Database provided under Open Government License v3. Individual data contained within are subject to data limitations described within the database.

Metadata date 2022·09·15

Metadata point of contact
Digital and Data Solutions, JNCC

Temporal extent 1743·01·01 2019·12·31

Spatial extent
North 61.00037640048287
South 46.148510892771824
East 9.258320709469185
West -13.68752570743662
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