Neckera crispa on ash © David Genney/SNH

JNCC Report No. 483

The potential ecological impact of ash dieback in the UK.

The purpose of this report is to provide supporting scientific information to help inform the policy makers, land managers and advisers involved in management of woodlands and trees so that potential impacts of ash dieback on biodiversity are appropriately understood and considered.

Redshank © Edmund Fellowes BTO

The Wetland Bird Survey

An up-to-date overview of the most important UK sites for waterbirds.

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Blue Turtle Award

Wanted: outstanding overseas conservationists

JNCC launch;the Blue Turtle Award 2013 - deadline for nominations is 28 February 2014.

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Royal Navy signs up to protect UK marine conservation areas

New guidelines developed in consultation with JNCC

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UK Biodiversity Framework

The framework is designed to show how the work of the four UK countries joins up with work at a UK level to achieve the ‘Aichi targets’ and the aims of the EU biodiversity strategy. Read the framework

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Nature News

Nature News 31

Issue 31: Winter 2014 edition of JNCC's Nature News.

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Anemone at The Canyons © MESH