A report discussing three methods used to estimate preliminary trends in the status of over 1300 native species of plants and animals in well-recorded groups.
This report explains how a non-invasive sampling method and DNA analysis of droppings helped to improve our knowledge of grey long-eared bat distribution in the UK
This report aims to identify, map and describe deep-water seafloor biotopes in the SEA4 area of Scotland's seas.
This report seeks to identify attributes of habitats which are important for, and influence the role of, those habitats in delivering ecosystem services.
This work is an element of the addendum to the JNCC-BTO Monitoring of Birds and the Environment contract 2010/11-2015/16. This report covers two annual monitoring schemes for mammals, each reporting on a suite of mammal species that overlap in scheme coverage and allow patterns of temporal and spatial change to be compared.
Countryside Survey is a regular audit of the UK's rural landscapes, which has been carried out by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology at intervals of six to nine years since 1978.
This report aims to identify, describe and evaluate the methods that could be used to set reference conditions for the MSFD biodiversity criteria most relevant to benthic habitats (D1 and D6, Box 2).
This report details work undertaken to identify the list of recommended Priority Marine Features in Scottish offshore waters by JNCC.
Between January 2007 and October 2011 the JNCC conducted a series of analyses to inform the identification of possible marine Special Protection Areas in the UK based on data in the European Seabirds at Sea database.