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PDF May 2017 – Approved minutes - Approved Minutes of the UK SPAR SWG meeting: 10 May 2017 2018 220.0 KB

1 UK SPA & RAMSAR SCIENTIFIC WORKING GROUP 10 May 2017 11:00 – 14:30, JNCC Offices, Peterborough Minutes Attending in person Clive Porro, Defra (Chair) David Stroud, JNCC Richard Hearn, WWT Nigel Buxt...


ZIP JNCC Report No. 568: Presentations from MROG Workshop (2015) 2015 6.7 MB

This workshop considered current assessment approaches, both in the UK and abroad, with the aim of developing a more co-ordinated UK assessment approach. The ultimate aim was to identify an agreed bes...


The status of UK SPAs in the 2000s: the Third Network Review 2016

The third Review of the United Kingdom’s network of Special Protection Areas (SPAs) classified under the EU Birds Directive comprises three parts (Phases). This report summarises the outcomes of Phase...


PDF January 2010 – Approved minutes - Approved Minutes of the UK SPAR SWG meeting: 27 January 2010 2015 221.1 KB

UK SPAR SWG SECRETARIAT 1 UK SPAR SCIENTIFIC WORKING GROUP MEETING 27th JAN 2010 10.30 – 15.30, JNCC, Monkstone House, Peterborough Approved minutes Attendees: Ian Bainbridge – Chair (SNH) Jeremy Wils...


PDF June 2015 – Selection of sites for non-breeding waterbirds: guidance on the use of minimum thresholds - Selection of sites for non-breeding waterbirds: guidance on the use of minimum thresholds (paper to SPAR SWG: July 2015) 2015 126.0 KB

11 August 2015 UK SPA SCIENTIFIC WORKING GROUP 21 July 2015 Selection of sites for non-breeding waterbirds: guidance on the use of minimum thresholds Background The second review of the UK SPA network...


Development of MSFD Indicators, Baselines and Target for Seabird Breeding Failure Occurrence in the UK (2012) 2014

Seabirds have long been proposed as valuable indicators of the health of the marine environment. Seabird breeding success has been shown to be closely linked to food quality and availability. Conseque...


PDF JNCC Report No. 600: Review of mark-recapture studies on UK seabirds - Review of mark-recapture studies on UK seabirds that are run through the BTO’s Retrapping Adults for Survival (RAS) network 2016 852.5 KB

JNCC Report No: 600 Review of mark-recapture studies on UK seabirds that are run through the BTO’s Retrapping Adults for Survival (RAS) network Catharine Horswill1, Ruth H. Walker1, Elizabeth M. Humph...


Review of mark-recapture studies on UK seabirds that are run through the BTO’s Retrapping Adults for Survival (RAS) network 2016

This report evaluates the performance of active and non-active seabird projects registered in the BTO’s Retrapping Adults for Survival network.#### SummaryThe study demonstrates that the amount of eff...


PDF JNCC Report No. 498: The numbers and distribution of inshore waterbirds along the south Cornwall coast during winter - The numbers and distribution of inshore waterbirds along the south Cornwall coast during winter 2014 10.7 MB

JNCC Report No. 498 The numbers and distribution of inshore waterbirds along the south Cornwall coast during winter O’Brien, S.H., Win, I., Parsons, M., Allcock, Z., & Reid, J.B. January 2014 ISSN 096...


PDF JNCC Report No. 614: Bird Collision Avoidance: Empirical evidence and impact assessments - Bird Collision Avoidance: Empirical evidence and impact assessments 2018 1.1 MB

JNCC Report No: 614 Bird Collision Avoidance: Empirical evidence and impact assessments Bowgen, K. & Cook, A. December 2018 © JNCC, Peterborough 2018 ISSN 0963-8091 For further information please cont...




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