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PDF JNCC Report No. 453: Fish and Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): developing a method to identify high risk commercially-exploited aquatic organisms in trade and an analysis of the potential application of MEAs - Fish and Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): developing a method to identify high risk commercially-exploited aquatic organisms in trade and an analysis of the potential application of MEAs (JNCC Report No. 453) 2012 1.3 MB

JNCC Report No 453 Fish and Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs): developing a method to identify high risk commercially-exploited aquatic organisms in trade and an analysis of the potential a...


PDF JNCC Report No. 457: The requirement for improving greenhouse gases flux estimates for peatlands in the UK - The requirement for improving greenhouse gases flux estimates for peatlands in the UK (JNCC Report No. 457) 2011 1.3 MB

JNCC Report No: 457 The requirement for improving greenhouse gases flux estimates for peatlands in the UK Birkin, L.J., Bailey, S., Brewis, F.E., Bruneau, P., Crosher, I., Dobbie, K., Hill, C., Johnso...


Aerial surveys of aggregations of seaducks, divers and grebes in UK inshore areas outside the breeding season in 2007/08 2009

Between December 2007 and March 2008, JNCC conducted a series of aerial surveys of non-breeding aggregations of seaducks, divers and grebes within a number of Scottish inshore areas. The aim of the su...


The identification of discrete and persistent areas of relatively high harbour porpoise density in the wider UK marine area 2015

For the further development of the UK’s Natura 2000 network, a network of nature protection areas established under the EU Birds and Habitats Directive, identifying discrete and persistent areas of re...


PDF JNCC Report No. 461: The identification of possible marine SPAs for seabirds in the UK: The application of Stage 1.1–1.4 of the SPA selection guidelines - The identification of possible marine SPAs for seabirds in the UK: The application of Stage 1.1 – 1.4 of the SPA selection guidelines (JNCC Report No. 461) 2012 2.9 MB

JNCC Report No. 461 The identification of possible marine SPAs for seabirds in the UK: The application of Stage 1.1 – 1.4 of the SPA selection guidelines Kober, K., Wilson, L.J., Black, J., O’Brien, S...


PDF JNCC Report No. 393: The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Greater Wash during the non-breeding season - The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Greater Wash during the non-breeding season (JNCC Report No. 393) 2009 1.9 MB

JNCC Report No. 393 The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Greater Wash during the non-breeding season; an assessment of the area’s potential for qualification as a marine SPA Wilson L.J., O’Brie...


The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Greater Thames during the non-breeding season; an assessment of of the area's potential for qualification as a marine SPA 2009

Aerial surveys of the Greater Thames were carried out over a total of 58 days over eight winter seasons between 1988/89 and 2006/07. These consisted of three strip transect aerial surveys (1988/89, 19...


Seabird monitoring on Skomer Island in 1999–2002 2004

Skomer Island is a National Nature Reserve managed by The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW), under a lease from the Countryside Council for Wales (CCW). The island is part of the Skokholm...


PDF JNCC Report No. 404: Saxicolous lichen and bryophyte communities in upland Britain - Saxicolous lichen and bryophyte communities in Upland Britain (JNCC Report No. 404) 2009 5.7 MB

- JNCC Report No. 404 Saxicolous lichen and bryophyte communities in Upland Britain Alan Orange 1 January 2009 1 Department of Biodiversity and Systematic Biology, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff CF...


An assessment of the numbers and distributions of inshore aggregations of waterbirds using Liverpool Bay during the non-breeding season in support of possible SPA identification 2006

The analyses presented here draw heavily on methods described in detail elsewhere (e.g. McSorley *et al*, in prep; Webb *et al*, in press). This report aims to provide the results of analyses in an ac...




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