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Assessing the sensitivity of sublittoral rock habitats to pressures associated with marine activities 2016

SummaryThere are numerous human activities which occur in the marine environment. These activities can cause a variety of pressures on the seafloor habitats and the species they support. These pressur...


Analysis of seabed video and stills data collected by drop down camera on the Solan Bank Reef SCI (1714S) (2014) 2016

SummaryThis report details the video and stills analysis methods employed and summary results of the analysis. The seabed survey of the Solan Bank Reef SCI was organised by the JNCC but undertaken joi...


Conceptual Ecological Modelling of Shallow Sublittoral Mixed Sediment Habitats to Inform Indicator Selection 2016

SummaryThis project is focused on producing a series of Conceptual Ecological Models (CEMs) for the marine habitat ‘Shallow Sublittoral Mixed Sediments’.CEMs are diagrammatic representations of the in...


Integrated Reporting and Natural Capital Accounting 2016

SummaryThe project was mainly concerned with the management of Natural Capital in the UK, but has also drawn on expertise and evidence from other countries where it has been deemed relevant to UK oper...


PDF JNCC Report No. 507: Developing an interim technical definition for Coral Gardens specific for UK waters - Developing an interim technical definition for Coral Gardens specific for UK waters and its subsequent application to verify suspected records 2014 2.8 MB

JNCC Report No: 507 Developing an interim technical definition for Coral Gardens specific for UK waters and its subsequent application to verify suspected records Lea-Anne Henry & J. Murray Roberts Fe...


An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds and seabirds in Liverpool Bay/Bae Lerpwl area of search 2016

The UK SPA selection guidelines for the identification of SPAs advise that sites should be identified in two stages (Stroud et al 2001). While Stage 1 identifies areas that are likely to qualify for S...


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...


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 278: Cetacean observations during seismic surveys in 1997 - Cetacean observations during seismic surveys in 1997 1998 1.9 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 fi...


The effects of seismic activity on marine mammals in UK waters, 1998-2000 2003

1,652 sightings of marine mammals (28,165 individuals) occurring during 201 seismic surveys in UK waters and some adjacent areas between 1998 and 2000 (plus two surveys in 1997) were analysed to exami...




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