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JNCC guidelines for minimising the risk of disturbance and injury to marine mammals whilst using explosives 2021

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...


XLS Guide to making a rangefinder stick 2021 63.5 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 Joint Cetacean Data Programme: Phase Two – Interim Report - Joint Cetacean Data Programme Phase Two – End of Year Interim Report 2020–2021 2021 915.1 KB

Joint Cetacean Data Programme Phase Two – End of Year Interim Report 2020-2021 Version 2 Acknowledgments This project is funded through the Defra R&D Healthy and Biologically Diverse Seas Evidence Gro...


PDF JCDP Communications Strategy: Tasks and Progress update (October 2021) - JCDP Communications Strategy: Tasks and Progress 2021 285.9 KB

Joint Cetacean Data Programme Communications Strategy Tasks and Progress Updated October 2021 JCDP Communications Strategy; tasks and progress Updated October 2021 Purpose of the progress update This ...


The potential for acoustics as a conservation tool for monitoring small terrestrial mammals 2022

The use of acoustics has not previously been assessed as a tool for the large-scale monitoring of small terrestrial mammals (excluding bats). This report provides a first exploratory look at some of t...


PDF JCDP Data Provision, Access and Use Guidance (version 1.1) - JCDP Data Provision, Access and Use Guidance 2022 634.1 KB

Joint Cetacean Data Programme Data Provision, Access and Use Guidance Version 1.1 June 2022 For further information please contact: marinemammals@jncc.gov.uk This document should be cited as: Joint Ce...




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