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Evaluating the potential to record habitat information for Earth observation through volunteer recording initiatives 2022

Biological recording in the UK spans many decades and a wide taxonomic range. The wealth of volunteer-collected biological data is an invaluable resource in monitoring national biodiversity and furthe...


Habitat Suitability Model for Sabellaria spinulosa reefs in the UK (2020) 2022

This report describes methods used to pilot the use of JNCC Species Distribution Modelling (SDM) framework to model areas suitable for the establishment of subtidal seagrass beds, *Modiolus modiolus* ...


Habitat Suitability Model for Zostera marina beds in the UK (2020) 2022

This report describes methods used to pilot the use of JNCC Species Distribution Modelling (SDM) framework to model areas suitable for the establishment of subtidal seagrass beds, *Modiolus modiolus* ...


PDF JNCC Report No. 669a: Guidance for end users on DNA methods development and project assessment - Guidance for end users on DNA methods development and project assessment 2020 647.4 KB

JNCC Report No. 669a Guidance for end users on DNA methods development and project assessment Jones, E.P., Adams, I.P., Walshaw, J., Benucci, M., MacArthur, R. Boonham, N. & Bryce S. December 2020 © J...


Marine mammal observations during seismic surveys from 1994–2010 2015

The aim of the analysis was to identify any effects of seismic operations on marine mammals and any long-term trends in compliance with the JNCC guidelines. The analysis focused on general trends in s...


Surveillance of wintering seaduck, divers and grebes in UK inshore areas: Aerial surveys 2002/03 2004

During the winter of 2002/03, JNCC conducted aerial surveys of wintering aggregations of seaduck, divers and grebes within a number of UK inshore areas. The surveys were carried out in the months of ...


UK inshore Special Protection Areas: a methodological evaluation of site selection and definition of the extent of an interest feature using line transect data 2005

The EU Birds Directive (79/409/EEC) provides for the protection, management and control of naturally occurring wild birds of EU Member States. Article 4 of the Birds Directive requires that Member Sta...


Wildlife and Pollution: 2001/02 Annual Report 2005

The Wildlife and Pollution contract covers a long-term monitoring programme, the Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme (PBMS), that examines the levels of certain pollutants in selected wildlife species in...


Nitrogen Futures 2020

Atmospheric nitrogen (N) pollution is a major threat to UK biodiversity, leading to impacts including loss of sensitive species of plants, lichens and animals. Atmospheric N pollution is also a large ...


Copernicus User Uptake (CUU): Applying Earth Observation (EO) to horizon scanning for Emerging Infectious Diseases (EIDs) 2021

This report details the outcomes of a desk study to explore the possibility for using Earth observation (EO) in horizon scanning for Emerging Infectious Disease (EIDs). EO refers to methods for remote...




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