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PDF JNCC Report No. 431: An analysis of the numbers and distribution of seabirds within the British Fishery Limit aimed at identifying areas that qualify as possible marine SPAs - JNCC Report No. 431: An analysis of the numbers and distribution of seabirds within the British Fishery Limit 2010 9.2 MB

JNCC Report No. 431 An analysis of the numbers and distribution of seabirds within the British Fishery Limit aimed at identifying areas that qualify as possible marine SPAs Kerstin Kober, Andy Webb, I...


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, ...


PDF JNCC Terrestrial Biodiversity Evidence Strategy (2019) - JNCC Terrestrial Biodiversity Evidence Strategy 2019 2020 549.4 KB

1 JNCC Terrestrial Biodiversity Evidence Strategy 2019 Version 0.5 jncc.gov.uk https://jncc.gov.uk/ https://jncc.gov.uk/ 2 Acknowledgements Production of this strategy was led and authored by Julie Da...


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...


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...


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...


TEPoP Declaration of Intent 2017

This document is a Declaration of Intent, setting out the main purposes and commitments of the UK Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships (UKTEPoP).


PDF JNCC Report No. 567: An assessment of numbers of wintering divers, seaduck and grebes in inshore marine areas of Scotland (Revised May 2018) - An assessment of numbers of wintering divers, seaduck and grebes in inshore marine areas of Scotland (Revised May 2018) 2015 10.2 MB

JNCC Report No: 567 An assessment of numbers of wintering divers, seaduck and grebes in inshore marine areas of Scotland Lawson, J., Kober, K., Win, I., Bingham, C., Buxton, N.E., Mudge, G., Webb, A.,...


PDF JNCC Report No. 501: A summary of the impacts of ash dieback on UK biodiversity - A summary of the impacts of ash dieback on UK biodiversity, including the potential for long-term monitoring and further research on management scenarios 2014 264.2 KB

JNCC Report No: 501 A summary of the impacts of ash dieback on UK biodiversity, including the potential for long-term monitoring and further research on management scenarios Lawrence, R. & Cheffings, ...


Analysis of long-term effort-related land-based observations to identify whether coastal areas of harbour porpoise and bottlenose dolphin have persistent high occurrence and abundance (revised June 2015) 2015

Since 1965, dedicated shore watches for cetaceans have been conducted at a number of sites around the UK. Over 75,000 hours of watches and around 50,000 associated sightings of bottlenose dolphin and...




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