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PDF Species Status No. 11: The Odonata Red Data List for Great Britain - The Odonata Red Data List for Great Britain 2008 193.1 KB

No. 11 The Odonata Red Data List for Great Britain Caroline Daguet, Dr Graham French and Dr Pam Taylor (Eds) Tim Beynon, Steve Cham, Dr Ian Johnson, Ruary Mackenzie Dodds, Dr Peter Mill, Dr Norman Moo...


A review of the scarce and threatened flies of Great Britain. Part 2: Nematocera and Aschiza not dealt with by Falk (1991) (Species Status No. 2) 2005

This review deals with those Nematocera and Aschiza which were listed but not provided with Data Sheets by Falk (1991). There are 16 currently recognised families, comprising about 1,226 British Isles...


Defining and managing Sabellaria spinulosa reefs: Report of an inter-agency workshop, 1–2 May 2007 2007

In 2007, JNCC brought together representatives from a range of organisations to a workshop to discuss the identification, management and monitoring of *Sabellaria spinulosa* reefs. The aims of the wor...


A review of the scarce and threatened flies of Great Britain. Part 6: Hoverflies family Syrphidae (Species Status No. 9) 2014

The first account of threatened British Diptera was included in the British Red Data Books: 2. Insects (Shirt, 1987), followed by the publication of '*A review of the scarce and threatened flies of Gr...


PDF JNCC Report No. 523: Marine Strategy Framework Directive Indicators for Biogenic Reefs formed by Modiolus modiolus, Mytilus edulis and Sabellaria spinulosa - Part 1 - Marine Strategy Framework Directive Indicators for Biogenic Reefs formed by Modiolus modiolus, Mytilus edulis and Sabellaria spinulosa - Part 1: Defining and validating the indicators 2014 9.7 MB

JNCC Report No: 523 Marine Strategy Framework Directive Indicators for Biogenic Reefs formed by Modiolus modiolus, Mytilus edulis and Sabellaria spinulosa Part 1: Defining and validating the indicator...


Fourth Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 2002

Every five years, the statutory nature conservation agencies (Natural England [formerly English Nature], Natural Resources Wales [formerly the Countryside Council for Wales] and Scottish Natural Herit...


PDF Summary of Responses to the Consultation on the Fifth Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and the Governments’ Decisions - Summary of Responses to the Consultation on the Fifth Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and the Governments' decisions 2008 133.6 KB

Summary of Responses to the Consultation on the Fifth Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and the Governments’ Decisions January – April 2010 August 2011 ...


Third Quinquennial Review of Schedules 5 and 8 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 1996

Every five years, the statutory nature conservation agencies (Natural England [formerly English Nature], Natural Resources Wales [formerly the Countryside Council for Wales] and Scottish Natural Herit...


PDF Species Status No. 1: A review of the scarce and threatened Coleoptera of Great Britain – Part 3: Water beetles of Great Britain - Species Status No. 1: A review of the scarce and threatened Coleoptera of Great Britain - Part 3: Water beetles of Great Britain 2010 2.6 MB

Species Status No. 1 A review of the scarce and threatened Coleoptera of Great Britain Part 3: Water beetles of Great Britain by Garth N. Foster Further information on the JNCC Species Status project ...


Implications of climate change for biodiversity in the UK Overseas Territories 2009

There is overwhelming evidence to show that climate change is being driven by human activities, in particular, those that consume fossil fuels and cause changes in land use. The radiation budget of t...




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