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XLS Guide to making a rangefinder stick 63.5 KB

These guidelines outline measures to minimise potential injury from the use of explosives from activities such as harbour construction, well-head or platform decommissioning and unexploded ordinance c...


PDF Angle board - Angleboard 122.7 KB

These guidelines outline measures to minimise potential injury from the use of explosives from activities such as harbour construction, well-head or platform decommissioning and unexploded ordinance c...


DOC Deck form (explosives) 103.5 KB

These guidelines outline measures to minimise potential injury from the use of explosives from activities such as harbour construction, well-head or platform decommissioning and unexploded ordinance c...


XLS Guide to making a rangefinder stick (protocol for piling) 63.5 KB

Jointly produced by JNCC, Natural England and Natural Resources Wales, these guidelines outline measures to minimise potential injury from pile driving during offshore wind farm construction and other...


201903 Requirement for Bubble Curtain for explosive detonations with a Net Explosive Quantity of >50Kg in water <30msw 2019

JNCC EIR 201903#### Summary of detailsRequest for confirmation or advice on whether, if within the UK and in the vicinity of potential encounter of marine mammals, *etc*, a Bubble Curtain is required ...


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...


Surveillance Framework 2009

####SummaryThis document forms an important part of JNCC’s UK Terrestrial Biodiversity Surveillance Strategy produced in 2009. Whilst the strategy has now been superseded and this analysis is no longe...


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...


Marine mammal observations during seismic surveys in 2001 and 2002 2006

There were 1,267 occasions when marine mammals were seen, with a total of 19,969 individuals recorded. White-beaked dolphins were the commonest species encountered, but minke whales, white-sided dolp...


Marine mammal observations during seismic surveys in 1997 1998

Results of an analysis of the data recorded during 1997 are presented here. Cetaceans were sighted on 730 occasions during 1997, with a total of 8,528 individuals being recorded. The most frequently s...




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