JNCC report series

JNCC publishes reports arising from its scientific work on a wide range of topics under the series title JNCC Reports (ISSN 0963 8091). For more details contact the communications team:  tel 01733 866844 or Email: Communications@jncc.gov.uk


Papadopoulou, L., McEntaggart, K. & Etienne, J.
This report presents the findings from a review of approaches to the communication of uncertainty in the context of advice to decision-makers.
Duncan, G.
This report details the input data and method used to create a composite Habitats Directive Annex I feature extent map, of Submarine structures made by leaking gases for the Croker Carbonate Slabs cSAC/SCI.
Eggett, A., Johnson, G., Johnston, C., Chaniotis, P. & Robertson, M.
JNCC and Marine Scotland Science (MSS) undertook an offshore seabed survey of Wyville Thomson Ridge candidate Special Area of Conservation (cSAC)/Site of Community Importance (SCI) and Faroe-Shetland Sponge Belt proposed Nature Conservation Marine Protected Area (NCMPA), on the MRV Scotia from 25 October 2012 to 8 November 2012.
Sotheran, I., Benson, A. & Johnston, C.M.
This report provides details of the common methodology and approach adopted for seabed community analysis, including methods for the data handling and analysis of infaunal and epifaunal datasets, how epifaunal data was used to support the analysis and how associated geophysical acoustic data were used to provide contextual information.
Sparling, C.E., Thompson, D. & Booth, C.G.
This report is intended to be an accessible summary reference guide to marine mammal population modelling for statutory nature conservation body (SNCB) advisers and practitioners dealing with assessments of the potential impacts on marine mammal populations.
Hagedoorn, L., Dijkstra, H., van Beukering, P., Luján Gallegos, V. & Smith, M.
The Institute for Environmental Studies and Wolfs Company have composed this report in collaboration with JNCC to review the current status of sustainable finance in the Caribbean, including analyses of trends, obstacles, interventions and opportunities.
Dierschke, V., Furness, R.W., Gray, C.E., Petersen, I.K., Schmutz, J., Zydelis, R & Daunt, F.
This report comprises the main points of discussion and agreement during a workshop, held in Edinburgh in May 2017, to discuss how displacement might affect individuals and the Red-throated diver population; with additional information added by the scientists following the workshop.
Coppack, T., Searle, K., Butler, A., Daunt, F., Dirksen, S., Petersen, I-K., Rehfisch, M. & Buisson, R.
The aim of this report is to assess the feasibility and levels of stakeholder interest in undertaking a meta-analysis of data on displacement of red-throated divers Gavia stellata by offshore wind farms.
Pidduck, E., Jones, R., Daglish, P., Farley, A., Morley, N., Page, A. & Soubies, H.
The aim of this report is to provide evidence of the impacts associated with rock dumping during the decommissioning of oil and gas infrastructure on mobile Annex I sandbanks which are slightly covered by seawater all the time.
Jones, E.L., Smout, S., Russell, D.J.F., Pinn, E.H. & McConnell, B.J.
This report describes an analytical approach used to estimate synoptic UK harbour seal at-sea usage, based on telemetry-derived movement data and on terrestrial haul-out surveys. An example of ongoing studies into the identification of harbour seal foraging areas is presented for The Wash.

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