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Physical Damage (Reversible Change) – Penetration and/or disturbance of the substrate below the surface of the seabed, including abrasion 2016

There are a growing number of human activities occurring within the marine environment. Concern over the possible impacts of these activities on the marine and coastal environment has led to the devel...


UK Marine Pressures-Activities Database “PAD”: Methods Report 2018

The pressures-activities database “PAD” (2018) is a revised version of the PAD (2015) developed by JNCC using the outputs of the Defra-commissioned contract ME5218 (Defra 2015). #### Summary JNCC have...


PDF JNCC Report No. 601: JNCC Pressure Mapping Methodology - Physical damage (Reversible Change) - Habitat structure changes - removal of substratum (extraction) 2016 862.2 KB

JNCC Report No: 601 JNCC Pressure Mapping Methodology Physical damage (Reversible Change) - Habitat structure changes - removal of substratum (extraction) Peckett, F.J., Eassom, A., Church, N.J., John...


PDF JNCC Report No. 515: Physical Damage (Reversible Change) – Penetration and/or disturbance of the substrate below the surface of the seabed, including abrasion - Physical Damage (Reversible Change) – Penetration and/or disturbance of the substrate below the surface of the seabed, including abrasion 2016 1.5 MB

JNCC Report No: 515 JNCC Pressure Mapping Methodology Physical Damage (Reversible Change) – Penetration and/or disturbance of the substrate below the surface of the seabed, including abrasion Church, ...


JNCC Pressure Mapping Methodology - Physical damage (Reversible Change) - Habitat structure changes - removal of substratum (extraction) 2016

The aim of this report is to recommend a method for the creation of a standard UK-wide geo-data layer using available data (currently from 2006-2015) to map the extent and spatial distribution of extr...


PDF JNCC Report No. 589B: Assessing the sensitivity of sublittoral rock habitats to pressures associated with marine activities - Assessing the sensitivity of sublittoral rock habitats to pressures associated with marine activities 2016 2.2 MB

JNCC Report No: 589B Assessing the sensitivity of sublittoral rock habitats to pressures associated with marine activities Maher, E., Cramb, P., de Ros Moliner, A., Alexander, D. & Rengstorf, A. Septe...


PDF JNCC Report No. 624: UK Marine Pressures-Activities Database “PAD”: Methods Report - UK Marine Pressures-Activities Database “PAD”: Methods Report 790.1 KB

JNCC Report No: 624 UK Marine Pressures-Activities Database “PAD”: Methods Report Robson, L.M., Fincham, J., Peckett, F.J., Frost, N., Jackson, C., Carter, A.J. & Matear, L. August 2018 © JNCC, Peterb...


Assessing the sensitivity of sublittoral rock habitats to pressures associated with marine activities 2016

SummaryThere are numerous human activities which occur in the marine environment. These activities can cause a variety of pressures on the seafloor habitats and the species they support. These pressur...




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