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Evidence base for application of Acoustic Deterrent Devices (ADDs) as marine mammal mitigation (Version 4: October 2022) 2022

Subsea noise produced by anthropogenic activities in coastal and offshore waters has the potential to cause injury or death to marine mammals. To reduce this risk, mitigation solutions have included t...


PDF JNCC Report No. 323: The effects of seismic activity on marine mammals in UK waters, 1998-2000 - The effects of seismic activity on marine mammals in UK waters, 1998-2000 2003 1.7 MB

JNCC Report No. 323 The effects of seismic activity on marine mammals in UK waters, 1998-2000 Carolyn J Stone January 2003 This report should be cited as: Stone, C J 2003 The effects of seismic activi...


201901 Request regarding Stanbury et al. (2017) paper 2019

JNCC EIR 201901#### Summary of details Request for JNCC's opinion on the Stanbury *et al*. (2017) review paper (full citation given below) and whether it is unsuitable for determining government polic...


PDF JNCC EIR 201901 2019 242.1 KB

Environmental Information Regulations Request regarding Stanbury et al. (2017) paper For a Link to the FOI/EIR page visit: http://jncc.defra.gov.uk/default.aspx?page=6077 For further information about...


PDF Fifth Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 - Fifth Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act, 1981 2008 380.2 KB

1 Fifth Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act, 1981 Report and Recommendations from the Joint Nature Conservation Committee December 2008 JNCC 08 P11 December 20...


Fifth Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 2008

Every five years, the statutory nature conservation agencies (Natural England [formerly English Nature], Natural Resources Wales [formerly the Countryside Council for Wales] and Scottish Natural Herit...


Development of a Removals Limit Algorithm (RLA) to set limits to anthropogenic mortality of small cetaceans to meet specified conservation objectives 2019

A Removals Limit Algorithm (RLA) is developed to set limits to anthropogenic mortality of small cetacean populations that allow specified conservation objectives to be met.#### SummaryIn this report, ...


PDF JNCC Report No. 628: Development of a Removals Limit Algorithm - Development of a Removals Limit Algorithm (RLA) to set limits to anthropogenic mortality of small cetaceans to meet specified conservation objectives 2019 860.0 KB

JNCC Report No: 628 Development of a Removals Limit Algorithm (RLA) to set limits to anthropogenic mortality of small cetaceans to meet specified conservation objectives, with an example implementatio...


Marine mammal observations during seismic surveys in 2000 2003

There were 467 sightings of marine mammals (9,258 individuals) during seismic surveys in UK waters and some adjacent areas in 2000. 12,069 hrs 40 mins were spent watching for marine mammals during sei...


Habitat management for bats – A guide for land managers, land owners and their advisors 2001

The aim of this manual is to provide land owners, land managers and their advisors with both general and specific guidance on how to manage areas to benefit foraging bats.Throughout Great Britain and ...




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