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Designing effective survey and sampling protocols for passive acoustic monitoring as part of the national bat monitoring 2021

The UK has one of the best developed bat monitoring programmes in the world, but despite this, six of 17 resident bat species in the UK are not currently monitored sufficiently to produce population t...


PDF JNCC guidelines for minimising the risk of disturbance and injury to marine mammals whilst using explosives (2010) - JNCC guidelines for minimising the risk of injury to marine mammals from using explosives 2021 164.7 KB

JNCC guidelines for minimising the risk of injury to marine mammals from using explosives August 2010 To find out more about offshore explosive use visit http://www.jncc.gov.uk/page-4900 To learn more...


DOC Deck form (explosives) 2021 103.5 KB

These guidelines outline measures to minimise potential injury from the use of explosives from activities such as harbour construction, well-head or platform decommissioning and unexploded ordinance c...


PDF JNCC Report No. 708: The potential for acoustics as a conservation tool for monitoring small terrestrial mammals - The potential for acoustics as a conservation tool for monitoring small terrestrial mammals 2022 1.2 MB

JNCC Report No. 708 The potential for acoustics as a conservation tool for monitoring small terrestrial mammals Newson, S.E. and Pearce, H. April 2022 © JNCC, Peterborough 2022 ISSN 0963 8091 JNCC’s r...


PDF Addendum to JNCC Report No. 678: Prevalence of CITES-listed taxa associated with WHO R&D Blueprint priority diseases in legal and illegal international wildlife trade - Prevalence of CITES-listed taxa associated with WHO R&D Blueprint priority diseases in legal and illegal international wildlife trade (Addendum to JNCC Report No. 678) 2021 12.5 MB

Zoonotic Potential of International Trade in CITES-Listed Species: Addendum Addendum to JNCC Report No. 678 Prevalence of CITES-listed taxa associated with WHO R&D Blueprint priority diseases in legal...


Zoonotic potential of international trade in CITES-listed species 2021

Zoonoses represent a major global health challenge. They are responsible for billions of cases of human illness and millions of deaths each year, and the fallout from zoonotic diseases has the potent...


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...




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