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XLSX JNCC Report No. 662: MarESA Aggregation spreadsheet - Resistance (published: 20220615) 2020 3.1 MB

Sensitivity assessments following the Marine Evidence-based Sensitivity Assessment (MarESA) methodology have been undertaken for a range of biotopes. These assessments, which are available on the Mari...


XLSX JNCC Report No. 662: MarESA Aggregation spreadsheet - Resilience (published: 20220615) 2020 3.1 MB

Sensitivity assessments following the Marine Evidence-based Sensitivity Assessment (MarESA) methodology have been undertaken for a range of biotopes. These assessments, which are available on the Mari...


PDF Addendum to JNCC Report No. 678: Prevalence of CITES-listed taxa associated with WHO R&D Blueprint priority diseases in legal and illegal international wildlife trade - Prevalence of CITES-listed taxa associated with WHO R&D Blueprint priority diseases in legal and illegal international wildlife trade (Addendum to JNCC Report No. 678) 2021 12.5 MB

Zoonotic Potential of International Trade in CITES-Listed Species: Addendum Addendum to JNCC Report No. 678 Prevalence of CITES-listed taxa associated with WHO R&D Blueprint priority diseases in legal...


Zoonotic potential of international trade in CITES-listed species 2021

Zoonoses represent a major global health challenge. They are responsible for billions of cases of human illness and millions of deaths each year, and the fallout from zoonotic diseases has the potent...


Mapping the flow of data from monitoring programmes into UK Marine Strategy indicators for seals (JNCC Report No. 714) 2022

Under the UK Marine Strategy (UK MS) the UK is required to determine and measure the status of the health of its seas. For this, specific indicators are used for different ecosystem components to meas...


Mapping the flow of data from monitoring programmes into UK Marine Strategy indicators for benthic habitats (JNCC Report No. 712) 2022

Under the UK Marine Strategy (UK MS) the UK is required to determine and measure the status of the health of its seas. For this, specific indicators are used for different ecosystem components to meas...




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