Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Terrestrial and Freshwater Invertebrates 2008
The guidance given here deals with common standards monitoring (CSM) for those designated sites, including SSSIs and SACs, that specifically identify invertebrates as a site feature. This provides guidance on the identification of interest features, attributes, targets and methods of assessment.
This is the guidance for terrestrial and freshwater invertebrates – the guidance for freshwater pearl mussel and white-clawed crayfish is included in the guidance for freshwater fauna.
Resource type Publication
Topic category Environment
Reference date 2008·03·01
JNCC (2008) Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Terrestrial and Freshwater Invertebrates, version March 2008, ISSN 1743-8160.
JNCC and the country nature conservation bodies commenced a programme to develop guidance across the range of species, habitat and earth science features which occur on UK protected sites.
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Limitations on public access No limitations
Use constraints Available under the Open Government Licence 3.0
Metadata date 2019·08·19
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