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Whole Ecosystem Nitrogen Manipulation: An Updated Review 2002

This document reviews research undertaken in the UK and across Europe involving nitrogen manipulation experiments in natural and semi-natural ecosystems, updating an original review report from 1997. ...


Biomonitoring methods for assessing the impacts of nitrogen pollution: refinement and testing 2005

The conservation agencies are required to identify, monitor and protect sites designated for nature conservation under UK and European legislation. The ability to determine the impacts of enhanced N c...


PDF JNCC Report No. 450: Ecosystem sensitivity and responses to change - Ecosystem sensitivity and reponses to change: understanding the links between geodiversity and biodiversity at the landscape scale 2011 1.7 MB

JNCC Report No. 450 Ecosystem sensitivity and responses to change: understanding the links between geodiversity and biodiversity at the landscape scale P.M.C. Bruneau, J.E. Gordon & S. Rees July 2011 ...


Ecosystem sensitivity and responses to change: understanding the links between geodiversity and biodiversity at the landscape scale 2011

The aim of the study reported here was to gain a better understanding of the links between geodiversity and biodiversity at a landscape scale and their relevance for conservation management, as well a...


Using Earth Observation for Water Quality Monitoring: Training session resources 2021

JNCC’s ‘Caroline Herschel Framework Partnership Agreement for Copernicus User Uptake’ project aims to increase UK downstream environmental Copernicus applications through upskilling and cross-border c...


Using Earth Observation for Water Quality Monitoring: Workshop resources 2021

JNCC’s ‘Caroline Herschel Framework Partnership Agreement for Copernicus User Uptake’ project aims to increase UK downstream environmental Copernicus applications through upskilling and cross-border c...




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