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Refining the criteria for defining areas with a ‘low resemblance’ to Annex I stony reef 2020

On 14 May 2020, JNCC hosted a workshop with the country nature conservation bodies (CNCBs) to further refine the definition of the Habitats Directive Annex I habitat stony reef. The workshop was organ...


The identification of the main characteristics of stony reef habitats under the Habitats Directive: Summary report of an inter-agency workshop 26–27 March 2008 2009

JNCC invited representatives from a range of organisations with an interest in stony reefs to a workshop in Peterborough on 26 and 27 March 2008. The main focus of the workshop was to clarify the defi...


A Population Viability Analysis Modelling Tool for Seabird Species – Tool Testing: Report for methodology and results for testing of tool 2020

This study involved running a suite of tests to generate a range of Population Viability Analysis models and outputs within the R package, and similarly within the Shiny tool. A range of PVA models w...


Climate Profile Report Cards 2020

This report presents the findings of the Defra-funded 'Climate-smart MPAs' project. The project focussed on building the evidence base to support climate-smart decision-making for Marine Protected Are...


Do farm management practices alter below-ground biodiversity and ecosystem function? Implications for sustainable land management 2006

Organic farming practices have recently been shown to benefit a wide range of above-ground taxa through increases in abundance and/or species richness. In relation to policy development, there is a pa...


Surveillance of wintering seaducks, divers and grebes in UK inshore areas: Aerial surveys and shore-based counts 2003/04 2004

During December 2003 and February 2004, JNCC conducted aerial surveys of wintering aggregations of seaducks, divers and grebes within a number of UK inshore areas. The aim of the surveys was to collec...


Generic guidelines for seaward extensions to existing breeding northern fulmar fulmarus glacialis colony Special Protection Areas 2005

JNCC has undertaken work to further develop Natura 2000 in the UK marine environment. One strand of this work is determining generic guidelines for extending existing seabird breeding colony SPAs into...


Understanding and mitigating errors and biases in metabarcoding: an introduction for non-specialists 2022

DNA metabarcoding is a potentially powerful tool for increasing the breadth and efficiency of monitoring carried out by environmental public bodies. However, methods and data interpretation require sp...


Developing a method for broadscale and feature-level sensitivity assessments: the MarESA aggregation 2020

Sensitivity assessments following the Marine Evidence-based Sensitivity Assessment (MarESA) methodology have been undertaken for a range of biotopes. These assessments, which are available on the Mari...


Updated abundance estimates for cetacean Management Units in UK waters (Revised March 2022) 2022

In 2015, the Inter-Agency Marine Mammal Working Group (IAMMWG) defined Management Units (MUs) for the seven most common cetacean species found in UK waters (IAMMWG 2015): harbour porpoise (*Phocoena p...




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