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Greater Haig Fras MPA: Advice on Operations

Published date 2018-03 Size 2.53 MB File type xlsx

The documents here form JNCC’s formal conservation advice for the Greater Haig Fras MPA and should be read in conjunction with each other. This advice reflects the most up-to-date evidence held by JN...


Habitat Suitability Model for Sabellaria spinulosa reefs in the UK - 2020

Published date 2020-03-06 Size 23.26 MB File type zip

This dataset was produced using an ensemble modelling approach, utilising the random forest algorithm to predict habitat suitability of *Modiolus modiolus* beds across the UK. Habitat suitability mode...


JNCC Report No. 423: Broad-scale biotope mapping of potential reefs in the Irish Sea (north-west of Anglesey) - Broad-scale biotope mapping of potential reefs in the Irish Sea (north-west of Anglesey) (JNCC Report No. 423)

Published date 2008-10 Size 8.77 MB File type pdf

JNCC Report No. 423 Broad-scale biotope mapping of potential reefs in the Irish Sea (north-west of Anglesey) V. Blyth-Skyrme, C. Lindenbaum, E. Verling, K. Van Landeghem, K. Robinson, A. Mackie & T. D...


JNCC Report No. 525: Marine Strategy Framework Directive Indicators for UK Kelp Habitats Part 1 - Marine Strategy Framework Directive Indicators for UK Kelp Habitats Part 1: Developing proposals for potential indicators

Published date 2014-09 Size 6.43 MB File type pdf

JNCC Report No. 525 Marine Strategy Framework Directive Indicators for UK Kelp Habitats Part 1: Developing proposals for potential indicators M.T. Burrows, D. Smale, N. O’Connor, H. Van Rein & P. Moor...


First Six Year Report - 1 Summary - Common Standards Monitoring for Designated Sites: First Six Year Report - Summary

Published date 2006 Size 364.79 KB File type pdf

Common Standards Monitoring for Designated Sites: First Six Year Report Recommended citation: Williams, J.M., ed. 2006. Common Standards Monitoring for Designated Sites: First Six Year Report. Peterbo...


First Six Year Report - 3 Species - Common Standards Monitoring for Designated Sites: First Six Year Report - Species

Published date 2006 Size 860.24 KB File type pdf

3 Common Standards Monitoring for Designated Sites: First Six Year Report Recommended citation: Williams, J.M., ed. 2006. Common Standards Monitoring for Designated Sites: First Six Year Report. Peter...


JNCC Report No. 545: Statistical advice to the Marine Habitats Monitoring project under Framework Agreement C10-206-0387 - Statistical advice to the Marine Habitats Monitoring project under Framework Agreement C10-206-0387

Published date 2015-03 Size 2.11 MB File type pdf

JNCC Report No: 545 Statistical advice to the Marine Habitats Monitoring project under Framework Agreement C10-206-0387 Wilding, T.A., Nickell, T.D., Hughes, D.J., Narayanaswamy, B. E., Burrows, M.T.,...


JNCC Report No. 569: Semi-automated mapping Data Annex

Published date 2015-07 Size 9.3 MB File type zip

The aim of this project is to produce a standard interpretation for rock distribution for Charting Progress 2 (CP2) regions 3 and 4 that can be used by the different agencies of the national and devol...


JNCC Report No. 569: Semi-automated mapping of rock in the English Channel and Celtic Sea - Semi-automated mapping of rock in the English Channel and Celtic Sea

Published date 2015-07 Size 1.77 MB File type pdf

JNCC Report No. 569 Semi-automated mapping of rock in the English Channel and Celtic Sea Diesing, M., Green, S.L., Stephens, D., Cooper, R. & Mellett, C.L. July 2015 © JNCC, Peterborough 2015 ISSN 096...


JNCC Report No. 597: 2016 consultation on possible Special Areas of Conservation for harbour porpoise - Post-Consultation Report - 2016 consultation on possible Special Areas of Conservation for harbour porpoise - Post-Consultation Report

Published date 2016-09 Size 4.09 MB File type pdf

1 2016 consultation on possible Special Areas of Conservation for harbour porpoise Post-Consultation Report JNCC Report 597 September 2016 Harbour porpoise © Neil Golding This report should be cited: ...



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