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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 2014

This report is Part I in a series that investigates and analyses several national and international legislative and policy instruments, including obligations to assess biodiversity in both Marine Prot...


PDF Guidance for Biodiversity Conservation and Management in a Changing Climate in the UK Overseas Territories - Climate Change in the UK Overseas Territories: Guidance for Biodiversity Conservation and Management in a Changing Climate in the UK Overseas Territories 2008 1.8 MB

Guidance for Biodiversity Conservation and Management in a Changing Climate in the UK Overseas Territories Climate Change in the UK Overseas Territories Leslie John Walling © Joint Nature Conservation...


PDF JNCC Report No. 491: An analysis of methodologies for defining ecosystem services in the marine environment - An analysis of methodologies for defining ecosystem services in the marine environment (JNCC Report No. 491) 2013 1.8 MB

JNCC Report No. 491 An analysis of methodologies for defining ecosystem services in the marine environment Atkins, J., Banks, E., Burdon, D., Greenhill, L., Hastings, E. & Potts, T. September 2013 © J...


PDF Briefing paper 3 – Mapping ecosystem service valuations - JNCC Report No. 514: Briefing paper 3 – Mapping ecosystem service valuations 2014 535.5 KB

JNCC Report No. 514 Supplemental Paper Further development of a spatial framework for mapping ecosystem services Briefing paper 3 - Mapping ecosystem service valuations Medcalf, K., Small, N., Finch, ...


PDF Briefing paper 5 – Multi-benefit and opportunity mapping - JNCC Report No. 514: Briefing paper 5 – Multi-benefit and opportunity mapping 2014 635.1 KB

JNCC Report No. 514 Supplemental Paper Further development of a spatial framework for mapping ecosystem services Briefing paper 5 - Multi-benefit and opportunity mapping Medcalf, K., Small, N., Finch,...


PDF JNCC's response to 'Safeguarding the environment in British Overseas Territories: call for evidence' - The Joint Nature Conservation Committee response to ‘Safeguarding the environment in British Overseas Territories: call for evidence’ 2019 401.5 KB

1 The Joint Nature Conservation Committee response to ‘Safeguarding the environment in British Overseas Territories: call for evidence’ July 2019 2 Summary of JNCC key messages 1. JNCC has worked with...


PDF Argentine Shortfin Squid Value Chain Analysis for the Falkland Islands - South Atlantic Natural Capital Project: Argentine shortfin squid value chain analysis for the Falkland Islands 2019 1.3 MB

2019 South Atlantic Natural Capital Project: Argentine shortfin squid value chain analysis for the Falkland Islands. Michael Harte Jenna Borberg Gil Sylvia Ness Smith March 2019 1 Review table Name Re...


Do farm management practices alter below-ground biodiversity and ecosystem function? Implications for sustainable land management 2006

Organic farming practices have recently been shown to benefit a wide range of above-ground taxa through increases in abundance and/or species richness. In relation to policy development, there is a pa...


PDF JNCC Report No. 669a: Guidance for end users on DNA methods development and project assessment - Guidance for end users on DNA methods development and project assessment 2020 647.4 KB

JNCC Report No. 669a Guidance for end users on DNA methods development and project assessment Jones, E.P., Adams, I.P., Walshaw, J., Benucci, M., MacArthur, R. Boonham, N. & Bryce S. December 2020 © J...


PDF TEPoP 2020 Meeting Summary - TEPoP 2020: Online Seminar Series (summary) 2020 326.3 KB

2020 marked the 4th year since we set up the Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships – a collaboration of partners in JNCC’s biodiversity monitoring schemes as well as policy representatives ...




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