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Assessing the sensitivity of Sabellaria spinulosa reef biotopes to pressures associated with human activities 2014

JNCC commissioned this project to generate an improved understanding of the sensitivities of Sabellaria spinulosa reefs based on the OSPAR habitat definition. This work aimed to provide an evidence ba...


Assessing the sensitivity of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) to pressures associated with human activities 2014

JNCC commissioned this project to generate an improved understanding of the sensitivities of blue mussel (Mytilus edulis) beds, found in UK waters, to pressures associated with human activities in the...


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...


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. 504: Assessing the sensitivity of Sabellaria spinulosa reef biotopes to pressures associated with marine activities - Assessing the sensitivity of Sabellaria spinulosa reef biotopes to pressures associated with marine activities 2014 494.9 KB

JNCC Report No. 504 Assessing the sensitivity of Sabellaria spinulosa reef biotopes to pressures associated with marine activities Gibb, N., Tillin, H., Pearce, B. & Tyler-Walters, H. August 2014 © JN...


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, ...


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...


PDF JNCC Report No. 506: Assessing the sensitivity of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) to pressures associated with human activities - Assessing the sensitivity of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) to pressures associated with human activities 2014 1.4 MB

JNCC Report No: 506 Assessing the sensitivity of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) to pressures associated with human activities K. Mainwaring, H. Tillin, & H. Tyler-Walters July 2014 © JNCC, Peterborough...


XLSX JNCC Report No. 506: Sensitivity assessment proforma 2014 26.8 KB

JNCC commissioned this project to generate an improved understanding of the sensitivities of blue mussel (Mytilus edulis) beds, found in UK waters, to pressures associated with human activities in the...


20110328-ICG-C-Pressures-list-v4.zip 2011

This table is a list of pressures associated with the marine environment and their descriptions. This table was produced from a review of previous attempts to link human activities to marine pressures...




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