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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

The Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) (Directive 2008/56/EC) was formally adopted by the European Union in July 2008. It forms the environmental pillar of the EU’s Integrated European Maritim...


PDF JNCC Report No. 585: Conceptual Ecological Modelling of Shallow Sublittoral Sand Habitats - Conceptual Ecological Modelling of Shallow Sublittoral Sand Habitats to Inform Indicator Selection 2016 748.1 KB

JNCC Report No: 585 Conceptual Ecological Modelling of Shallow Sublittoral Sand Habitats to Inform Indicator Selection Coates, D.A., Alexander, D., Herbert, R.J.H. & Crowley, S.J. June 2016 © JNCC, Pe...


PDF Assess and validate the vulnerability mapping of the UK’s OTs of Anguilla and BVI to natural hazards, and the value of natural capital in mitigating impacts - Final report 2018 4.8 MB

Assess and validate the vulnerability mapping of the UK’s OTs of Anguilla and BVI to natural hazards, and the value of natural capital in mitigating impacts Final report C16-0208-1070 Phase 2 16/05/18...


PDF JNCC Report No. 520: Conceptual Ecological Modelling of Shallow Sublittoral Coarse Sediment Habitats to Inform Indicator Selection - Conceptual Ecological Modelling of Shallow Sublittoral Coarse Sediment Habitats to Inform Indicator Selection 2014 742.1 KB

JNCC Report No: 520 Conceptual Ecological Modelling of Shallow Sublittoral Coarse Sediment Habitats to Inform Indicator Selection Alexander, D., Colcombe, A., Chambers, C. & Herbert, R.J.H. July 2014 ...


Development of JNCC Marine Ecosystem Services Optimisation models 2020

The benefits that humans derive from marine ecosystems through the provision of foods such as fish, crabs and scallops; and other less tangible goods, including opportunities for recreation, are incre...


ZIP JNCC Report No. 557: Appendices 3 - 15 2015 3.6 MB

It is intended that the models produced by this project will be used to guide indicator selection for the monitoring of this habitat in UK waters. CEMs will eventually be produced for a range of habit...


PDF JNCC Report No. 607: Guide to Population Models used in Marine Mammal Impact Assessment - Guide to Population Models used in Marine Mammal Impact Assessment 2017 1.4 MB

JNCC Report No: 607 Guide to Population Models used in Marine Mammal Impact Assessment Sparling, C.E., Thompson, D. & Booth, C.G. August 2017 © JNCC, Peterborough 2017 ISSN 0963-8901 For further infor...


Guide to Population Models used in Marine Mammal Impact Assessment 2017

This report is intended to be an accessible summary reference guide to marine mammal population modelling for statutory nature conservation body advisers.#### SummaryThis guide first provides an overv...


PDF JNCC Report No. 657: A Population Viability Analysis Modelling Tool for Seabird Species – Tool Testing: Report for methodology and results for testing of tool - A Population Viability Analysis Modelling Tool for Seabird Species – Tool Testing: Report for methodology and results for testing of tool (JNCC Report No. 657) 2020 540.0 KB

JNCC Report No. 657 A Population Viability Analysis Modelling Tool for Seabird Species – Tool Testing Report for methodology and results for testing of tool Butler, A., Searle, K., Mobbs, D.C. & Daunt...


PDF JNCC Report No. 649: British Virgin Islands Flood Resilience Modelling Tool – Technical Report - An assessment of the value of natural capital in the protective service against coastal and inland flooding in the UK Overseas Territory of the British Virgin Islands: BVI Flood Resilience Modelling Tool – Technical Report (JNCC Report No. 649) 2020 5.4 MB

JNCC Report No. 649 An assessment of the value of natural capital in the protective service against coastal and inland flooding in the UK Overseas Territory of the British Virgin Islands BVI Flood Res...




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