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Marine mammal observations during seismic surveys in 2001 and 2002 2006

There were 1,267 occasions when marine mammals were seen, with a total of 19,969 individuals recorded. White-beaked dolphins were the commonest species encountered, but minke whales, white-sided dolp...


PDF JNCC Report No. 448: A compilation of proposed additions and revisions to vegetation types in the National Vegetation Classification - A compilation of proposed additions and revisions to vegetation types in the National Vegetation Classification 2011 705.4 KB

JNCC Report No. 448 A compilation of proposed additions and revisions to vegetation types in the National Vegetation Classification Ed Mountford September 2011 © JNCC, Peterborough, 2011 ISSN 0963-809...


The nature conservation value of scrub in Britain 2000

Scrub has received little attention from nature conservationists, resulting in insufficient knowledge of the distribution, ecology, management and conservation status of scrub in Britain. This informa...


PDF TEPoP 2017 Presentation Summaries 2017 354.4 KB

Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships Meeting Manchester, 10th October 2017 Partnerships/schemes represented ADS: Avian Demographics Scheme BRC: Biological Records Centre BBS: Breeding Bird...


Marine mammal observations during seismic surveys in 1997 1998

Results of an analysis of the data recorded during 1997 are presented here. Cetaceans were sighted on 730 occasions during 1997, with a total of 8,528 individuals being recorded. The most frequently s...


PDF JNCC Report No. 590: Data Skills Framework - Data Skills Framework: A generic approach to assessing and developing data related competencies and skills 2018 568.6 KB

JNCC Report No: 590 Data Skills Framework: A generic approach to assessing and developing data related competencies and skills Heeley, L. & Wilkinson, S. December 2018 © JNCC, Peterborough 2018 ISSN 0...


PDF JNCC Report No. 307: Guidance on the interpretation of the Biodiversity Broad Habitat Classification (terrestrial and freshwater types) - Guidance on the interpretation of the Biodiversity Broad Habitat Classification (terrestrial and freshwater types): Definitions and the relationship with other Habitat classifications 2000 3.3 MB

Please note: the content of this PDF file is taken from archive holdings and has been rendered to produce the best possible output. However, you may experience fluctuations in quality due to these fil...


Red List of Fungi for Great Britain: Boletaceae (Species Status No.14) 2013

This publication is based on a project report submitted to Natural England in March 2013 and augmented by the results of DNA sequencing studies carried out at Cardiff University and RBGK during the pe...


Conserving Britain's biodiversity: a report of the statutory agencies' contribution under the UK Biodiversity Action Plan 1995

In 1992, 157 countries attending the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development signed the Convention on Biological Diversity. This highlighted the strength of international concern abou...


PDF JNCC Report No. 625: A review of the distribution and ecological importance of seabed communities in the deep waters surrounding Scotland - A review of the distribution and ecological importance of seabed communities in the deep waters surrounding Scotland 2019 5.3 MB

JNCC Report No: 625 A review of the distribution and ecological importance of seabed communities in the deep waters surrounding Scotland Doggett, M., Baldock, L. & Goudge, H. June 2019 © JNCC, Peterbo...




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