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Developing a Habitat Loss Method for Assessing Displacement Impacts from Offshore Wind Farms 2015

This report investigates the validity of assumptions underlying a recently suggested approach, defined as 'Displacement as Habitat Loss', which interprets displacement impacts as a time restricted, qu...


2016 Seabird & Marine Mammal Monitoring Capability Statement 2016

#### SummaryA capability statement regarding JNCC's Seabird & Marine Mammal Monitoring function.For over 25 years we have been at the forefront of improving UK and international standards in professio...


PDF Seabird & Marine Mammal Monitoring Capability Statement - Seabird & Marine Mammal Monitoring 2016 557.6 KB

Seabird & Marine Mammal Monitoring Capability Statement Marine birds Management of the UK European Seabirds at Sea (ESAS) training programme and ESAS database – providing industry standards for collec...


PDF JNCC Report No. 581: The distribution and numbers of inshore waterbirds using Belfast Lough - The distribution and numbers of inshore waterbirds using Belfast Lough outside the breeding season and a possible boundary around important aggregations 2016 1.7 MB

JNCC Report No: 581 The distribution and numbers of inshore waterbirds using Belfast Lough outside the breeding season and a possible boundary around important aggregations Ilka Win, Chris Bingham, Su...


An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds and seabirds in Liverpool Bay/Bae Lerpwl area of search 2016

The UK SPA selection guidelines for the identification of SPAs advise that sites should be identified in two stages (Stroud et al 2001). While Stage 1 identifies areas that are likely to qualify for S...


An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds using Bae Ceredigion/Cardigan Bay area of search 2015

In 2000, 46 initial areas of search around the UK were selected for further investigation as evidence suggested they had the potential to hold important numbers of divers, seaduck and grebes outwith t...


PDF JNCC Report No. 567: An assessment of numbers of wintering divers, seaduck and grebes in inshore marine areas of Scotland (Revised May 2018) - An assessment of numbers of wintering divers, seaduck and grebes in inshore marine areas of Scotland (Revised May 2018) 2015 10.2 MB

JNCC Report No: 567 An assessment of numbers of wintering divers, seaduck and grebes in inshore marine areas of Scotland Lawson, J., Kober, K., Win, I., Bingham, C., Buxton, N.E., Mudge, G., Webb, A.,...


PDF JNCC Report No 555: An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds using Bae Ceredigion/Cardigan Bay - An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds using Bae Ceredigion/Cardigan Bay area of search (2010) 2015 5.1 MB

JNCC Report No: 555 An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds using Bae Ceredigion/Cardigan Bay area of search (2010) Susan H. O’Brien, Ilka Win, Chris Bingham & James B. ...


Determining important marine areas used by European shag breeding on the Isle of May that might merit consideration as additional SPAs 2015

The European shag (Phalacrocorax aristotelis), a medium-sized member of the cormorant family, breeds around much of the UK. This species, as with others that feed inshore, has not been adequately surv...


PDF JNCC Report No 548: Quantifying foraging areas of little tern around its breeding colony SPA during chick-rearing - Quantifying foraging areas of little tern around its breeding colony SPA during chick-rearing 2015 988.6 KB

JNCC Report No: 548 Quantifying foraging areas of little tern around its breeding colony SPA during chick- rearing Matt Parsons, Jennifer Lawson, Mark Lewis, Rebecca Lawrence & Amanda Kuepfer April 20...




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