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Isle of May seabird studies in 2004 2005

This report summarises the results obtained in 2004 from the monitoring of various seabird species on the Isle of May. The 2004 breeding season was the least successful ever recorded for most seabirds...


Isle of May seabird studies in 2002 2003

This report summarises the results obtained in 2002 of the monitoring of various seabird species on the Isle of May. During the 2002 season, weather conditions on the Isle of May were poor, with much...


PDF JNCC Report No. 401: The numbers of inshore waterbirds using Tay Bay during the non-breeding season - The numbers of inshore waterbirds using Tay Bay during the non-breeding season, and an assessment of the area's potential for qualification as a marine SPA (JNCC Report No. 401) 2007 3.1 MB

JNCC Report No: 401 The numbers of inshore waterbirds using Tay Bay during the non-breeding season, and an assessment of the area’s potential for qualification as a marine SPA Ilka Söhle, Claire McSor...


The numbers of inshore waterbirds using Tay Bay during the non-breeding season, and an assessment of the area's potential for qualification as a marine SPA 2007

Tay Bay is known to support large numbers of inshore waterbirds over the winter period. This report describes analyses of data from boat and aerial surveys of inshore waterbirds conducted in the Tay B...


The numbers of inshore waterbirds using Scapa Flow, Orkney, during the winter season; an assessment of the area's potential for qualification as a marine SPA 2009

This report describes data from five aerial surveys and nine land/boat-based surveys in the area of Scapa Flow, Orkney, carried out over a total of seven winter seasons. Aerial surveys (2002/03 to 200...


Wildlife and Pollution: 2005/06 Annual report 2007

The Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme (PBMS) is a long-term monitoring programme which monitors selected pollutants, pesticides and biocides in predatory birds in Britain. The programme was started in ...


The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Firth of Forth during the non-breeding season, and an assessment of the area's potential for qualification as a marine SPA 2008

The Firth of Forth is known to support large numbers of inshore waterbirds, particularly over the winter period. Some intertidal areas and islands within the Firth of Forth are already classified as ...


PDF JNCC Report No. 599: Appendix 8: Fishing activity review 2019 1.5 MB

JNCC Report No: 599 1016S Cruise Report: Monitoring survey of Geikie Slide and the Hebridean Slope NCMPA Appendix 8: Fishing activity review Joey O’Connor and Ellen Last October 2016 This Appendix is ...


Change in great crested newt Habitat Suitability Index between 1996 and 2007 assessed using lowland Countryside Survey data 2012

This study investigated whether lowland pond habitats improved for the great crested newt (*Triturus cristatus*) over the period 1996 to 2007, using data collected for the Countryside Survey. It did n...


Development of methods for monitoring subtidal biotope extent using remote video: A Report for the UK Marine SACs Project 2001

This report describes an assessment of the use of remote video, collected by ROV, towed sledge or drop-down video methods, to monitor seabed biotope extent in a marine SAC. Data and video footage for ...




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