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Link to JNCC Report No. 449: Interpretation of evidence of nitrogen impacts on vegetation in relation to UK biodiversity objectives 2011 0.0 bytes

This report presents the largest analysis of national vegetation data sets in relation to nitrogen (N) deposition carried out to date. The study statistically analysed eight independent national veget...


XLSX JNCC Report No. 504: Sensitivity assessment proforma 2014 26.2 KB

JNCC commissioned this project to generate an improved understanding of the sensitivities of Sabellaria spinulosa reefs based on the OSPAR habitat definition. This work aimed to provide an evidence ba...


A summary of the impacts of ash dieback on UK biodiversity, including the potential for long-term monitoring and further research on management scenarios 2014

The future of the ash tree in the UK is currently threatened by an emerging invasive fungal disease, *Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidus*, commonly called ‘ash dieback’ or ‘Chalara’ (Pautasso *et al* 2013)....


Marine mammal observations during seismic surveys in 1996 1997

Cetacean sightings were recorded during seismic surveys in 1996, in compliance with the Department of the Environment's Guidelines for minimising acoustic disturbance to small cetaceans. A total of 23...


Assessing the risks of air pollution impacts to the condition of Areas/Sites of Special Scientific Interest in the UK 2006

The Conservation Agencies are required to assess the condition of each designated site. To do this the agencies are instituting a CSM (common standards monitoring) scheme to determine the condition of...


PDF JNCC Report No. 387: Assessing the risks of air pollution impacts to the condition of Areas/Sites of Special Scientific Interest in the UK - Assessing the risks of air pollution impacts to the condition of Areas/Sites of Special Scientific Interest in the UK. JNCC report 387 2006 474.1 KB

JNCC Report No. 387 Assessing the risks of air pollution impacts to the condition of Areas/Sites of Special Scientific Interest in the UK Jane Hall, Bill Bealey, Richard Wadsworth April 2006 © JNCC, P...


PDF JNCC Report No. 601: JNCC Pressure Mapping Methodology - Physical damage (Reversible Change) - Habitat structure changes - removal of substratum (extraction) 2016 862.2 KB

JNCC Report No: 601 JNCC Pressure Mapping Methodology Physical damage (Reversible Change) - Habitat structure changes - removal of substratum (extraction) Peckett, F.J., Eassom, A., Church, N.J., John...


JNCC Pressure Mapping Methodology - Physical damage (Reversible Change) - Habitat structure changes - removal of substratum (extraction) 2016

The aim of this report is to recommend a method for the creation of a standard UK-wide geo-data layer using available data (currently from 2006-2015) to map the extent and spatial distribution of extr...


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...


PDF JNCC Report No. 561: Methodological trials: Recording subtidal epibiota in situ and in photographs - Methodological trials: Recording subtidal epibiota in situ and in photographs, Portrush August 2013 and Sound of Mull August 2014 2015 11.1 MB

JNCC Report No. 561 Methodological trials: Recording subtidal epibiota in situ and in photographs, Portrush August 2013 and Sound of Mull August 2014 Moore, J., Bunker, F., van Rein, H. & Jones, J. Ju...




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