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PDF JNCC Report No. 515: Physical Damage (Reversible Change) – Penetration and/or disturbance of the substrate below the surface of the seabed, including abrasion - Physical Damage (Reversible Change) – Penetration and/or disturbance of the substrate below the surface of the seabed, including abrasion 2016 1.5 MB

JNCC Report No: 515 JNCC Pressure Mapping Methodology Physical Damage (Reversible Change) – Penetration and/or disturbance of the substrate below the surface of the seabed, including abrasion Church, ...


Physical Damage (Reversible Change) – Penetration and/or disturbance of the substrate below the surface of the seabed, including abrasion 2016

There are a growing number of human activities occurring within the marine environment. Concern over the possible impacts of these activities on the marine and coastal environment has led to the devel...


Proceedings of INCardiff 2003: Red Lists for Invertebrates: their application at different spatial scales – practical issues, pragmatic approaches 2005

Invertebrate specialists from across Europe met in Cardiff, on 5–9 September 2003, to discuss conservation action for marine, freshwater and terrestrial invertebrates under the title of *Red Lists for...


PDF JNCC Report No. 445: Towards an assessment of the state of UK Peatlands - Towards an assessment of the state of UK peatlands 2011 2.3 MB

JNCC Report No. 445 Towards an assessment of the state of UK Peatlands JNCC April 2011 © JNCC, Peterborough 2011 ISSN 0963 8901 For further information please contact: Patricia Bruneau (Soil LCN) / Sa...


Marine Rocky Habitat Ecological Groups and their Sensitivity to Pressures Associated with Human Activities 2016

SummarySeabed habitats are under pressure from numerous and varied anthropogenic activities. Understanding the sensitivity of sublittoral and circalittoral rock habitats is crucial for effective manag...


PDF JNCC Report No. 640: United Kingdom Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships data products: improving opportunities for re-use 2019 409.6 KB

JNCC Report No. 640 United Kingdom Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships data products: improving opportunities for re-use August, T.1, Siriwardena, G.2 & Isaac, N.1 October 2019 © JNCC, Pe...


Collation of evidence of nitrogen impacts on vegetation in relation to UK biodiversity objectives 2011

This report presents the largest analysis of national vegetation data sets in relation to nitrogen (N) deposition carried out to date. The study statistically analysed eight independent national veget...


Sustainable Finance in EU Overseas Territories 2017

This report defines the different mechanisms available to provide sustainable finance, alongside relevant examples and case studies in the Caribbean.#### SummaryThe review of sustainable finance mecha...


An assessment of numbers of wintering divers, seaduck and grebes in inshore marine areas of Scotland (Revised May 2018) 2015

To identify inshore areas that might be suitable for SPA classification, 45 areas of search around the UK were identified where potentially important numbers of waterbirds congregate outside the breed...


United Kingdom Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships data products: improving opportunities for re-use 2019

The United Kingdom Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships (UKTEPoP) schemes produce a large quantity of data, both in terms of raw observations and results from analyses. UKTEPoP schemes pro...




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