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Biological data interpretation of the Reef East of Shetland Isles Area of Search 2009

The aim of this report was to delineate the extent of Annex I reef within the Reef East of Shetland Isles Area of Search and to characterise the biological communities at the site. This was to enable ...


Broadscale seabed habitat survey of a sandbank to the East of the Isle of Man 2008

An area of shallow sandbank in UK offshore waters to the east of the Isle of Man was considered as a potential offshore SAC (Special Area of Conservation) in 2004. Following initial discussions the De...


Blackstone Bank and Stanton Banks Habitat Mapping 2009

Marine surveys were carried out in two areas, Stanton Banks and the Blackstone Bank area, between June 2004 and February 2004, to collect a number of different datasets. Video footage from both sites ...


Surveillance of winter and spring aggregations of seaducks, divers and grebes in UK inshore areas:Aerial surveys and shore-based counts 2006/07 2008

During the winter and spring of 2006/07, JNCC's Seabirds at Sea Team (SAST) conducted aerial surveys of wintering aggregations of sea ducks *Anatidae*, divers *Gaviidae* and grebes *Podicepididae*, he...


PDF JNCC Report No. 453: Fish and Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): developing a method to identify high risk commercially-exploited aquatic organisms in trade and an analysis of the potential application of MEAs - Fish and Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): developing a method to identify high risk commercially-exploited aquatic organisms in trade and an analysis of the potential application of MEAs (JNCC Report No. 453) 2012 1.3 MB

JNCC Report No 453 Fish and Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): developing a method to identify high risk commercially-exploited aquatic organisms in trade and an analysis of the potential a...


PDF JNCC Report No. 439: Meeting the MPA network design principles of representativity and adequacy: Developing species-area curves for habitats - Meeting the MPA network design principles of representivity and adequacy: Developing species-area curves for habitats (JNCC Report No. 439) 2011 696.0 KB

JNCC Report No. 439 Meeting the MPA network design principles of representativity and adequacy: Developing species-area curves for habitats Dr. Carlo Rondinini January 2011 © JNCC, Peterborough 2011 I...


The global land use impact of the United Kingdom's biomass consumption Part 1: Biomass flows through the UK economy – an overview of biomass sources and overseas land requirements 2011

Under current production and consumption conditions the United Kingdom cannot produce sufficient biomass to meet the national demand for food, building materials or bioenergy. Analysis of the flow of ...


Aerial surveys of aggregations of seaducks, divers and grebes in UK inshore areas outside the breeding season in 2007/08 2009

Between December 2007 and March 2008, JNCC conducted a series of aerial surveys of non-breeding aggregations of seaducks, divers and grebes within a number of Scottish inshore areas. The aim of the su...


The identification of discrete and persistent areas of relatively high harbour porpoise density in the wider UK marine area 2015

For the further development of the UK’s Natura 2000 network, a network of nature protection areas established under the EU Birds and Habitats Directive, identifying discrete and persistent areas of re...


PDF JNCC Report No. 497 (Part I): Review of marine biodiversity assessment obligations in the UK: A summary of the marine biodiversity assessment obligations - Review of marine biodiversity assessment obligations in the UK. Part I: A summary of the marine biodiversity assessment obligations stipulated within national and international legislative and policy instruments (JNCC Report No. 497, Part I) 2014 2.3 MB

JNCC Report No. 497 Review of marine biodiversity assessment obligations in the UK. Part I: A summary of the marine biodiversity assessment obligations stipulated within national and international leg...




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