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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...


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...


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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