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ZIP JNCC Report No. 588: Data Appendices 2016 4.2 MB

SummaryStatistical analysis was undertaken on benthic community data collected from several offshore MCZs. The results of these analyses were then used to assign biotopes to the survey data based on b...


PDF JNCC Report No. 546: Guidance on Assigning Benthic Biotopes using EUNIS or the Marine Habitat Classification of Britain and Ireland (Revised 2019) - Guidance on Assigning Benthic Biotopes using EUNIS or the Marine Habitat Classification of Britain and Ireland (Revised 2019) 2019 1.6 MB

JNCC Report No: 546 Guidance on Assigning Benthic Biotopes using EUNIS or the Marine Habitat Classification of Britain and Ireland (Revised 2019) Parry, M.E.V. September 2019 © JNCC, Peterborough 2019...


Mapping habitats and biotopes from acoustic datasets to strengthen the information base of Marine Protected Areas in Scottish waters 2014

The objective of this project was to generate seabed habitat maps for locations coinciding with Scottish MPA proposals with full coverage acoustic datasets to as detailed a hierarchical level as possi...


PDF JNCC Report No. 503: Mapping habitats and biotopes from acoustic datasets to strengthen the information base of Marine Protected Areas in Scottish water - Mapping habitats and biotopes form acoustic datasets to strenghten the information base of Marine Protected Areas in Scottish waters 2014 9.1 MB

JNCC Report No. 503 Mapping habitats and biotopes from acoustic datasets to strengthen the information base of Marine Protected Areas in Scottish waters Sotheran, I. & Crawford-Avis, O. January 2014 ©...


Conceptual Ecological Modelling of Shallow Sublittoral Sand Habitats to Inform Indicator Selection 2016

This project is focused on producing a series of Conceptual Ecological Models for the marine habitat ‘Shallow Sublittoral Sand’.SummaryOne method for selecting suitable indicators is the use of concep...


Mapping habitats and biotopes from acoustic datasets to strengthen the information base of Marine Protected Areas in Scottish waters – Phase 2 (Barra Fan and Hebrides Terrace Seamount Area) 2014

The objective of this project was to generate seabed habitat maps for locations coinciding with Scottish possible Nature Conservation MPAs with full coverage acoustic datasets to as detailed a hierarc...


PDF JNCC Report No. 499: Monitoring, assessment and reporting of UK benthic habitats: A rationalised list - Monitoring, assessment and reporting of UK benthic habitats: A rationalised list 2014 655.6 KB

JNCC Report No. 499 Monitoring, assessment and reporting of UK benthic habitats: A rationalised list Robson, L. March 2014 © JNCC Peterborough 2014 ISSN 0963 8901 For further information please contac...


PDF JNCC Report No. 511: Biotope analysis of Marine Scotland Science underwater video footage from the Hebridean Slope - Biotope analysis of Marine Scotland Science underwater video footage from the Hebridean Slope 2014 3.3 MB

JNCC Report No. 511 Biotope analysis of Marine Scotland Science underwater video footage from the Hebridean Slope Allen, C., Dewey, S. & Axelsson, M. July 2014 © JNCC, Peterborough 2014 ISSN 0963 8901...


Biotope analysis of Marine Scotland Science underwater video footage from the Hebridean Slope 2014

The Scottish Marine Protected Areas (MPA) Project is a joint project between Marine Scotland (Scottish Government), Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), JNCC and Historic Scotland with the aim of providin...


PDF JNCC Report No. 439: Meeting the MPA network design principles of representativity and adequacy: Developing species-area curves for habitats - Meeting the MPA network design principles of representivity and adequacy: Developing species-area curves for habitats (JNCC Report No. 439) 2011 696.0 KB

JNCC Report No. 439 Meeting the MPA network design principles of representativity and adequacy: Developing species-area curves for habitats Dr. Carlo Rondinini January 2011 © JNCC, Peterborough 2011 I...




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