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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 ...


A calorific map of harbour porpoise prey in the North Sea 2019

This project provides a first attempt to describe the spatiotemporal energetic availability of different prey species to harbour porpoises (*Phocoena phocoena*) in the North Sea.#### SummaryThe import...


PDF JNCC Report No. 633: A calorific map of harbour porpoise prey in the North Sea - A calorific map of harbour porpoise prey in the North Sea 1.8 MB

JNCC Report No. 633 A calorific map of harbour porpoise prey in the North Sea Ransijn, J.M., Booth, C. & Smout, S.C. June 2019 © JNCC, Peterborough 2019 ISSN 0963 8091 For further information please c...


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...


Croker Carbonate Slabs cSAC/SCI CEND23/15 Marine Mammal Observations Report 2016

This report details seismic operations and implementation of JNCC guidelines during a geophysical survey of the Croker Carbonate Slabs cSAC/SCI. #### SummaryJNCC, in partnership with Cefas, undertook ...


PDF Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Marine Mammals - Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Marine Mammals 2005 483.8 KB

Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Marine Mammals Version May 2005 ISSN 1743-8160 (online) UK Marine Mammal Common Standards Guidance May 2005 1 UK Common Standards Monitoring Guidance for Marin...


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...


PDF JNCC Report No 278: Cetacean observations during seismic surveys in 1997 - Cetacean observations during seismic surveys in 1997 1998 1.9 MB

Please note: the content of this PDF file is taken from archive holdings, and has been rendered to produce the best possible output. However, you may experience fluctuations in quality due to these fi...




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