Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)

Category: Executive non-departmental public body

The Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) is the statutory adviser to the UK Government on national and international nature conservation. Its work contributes to maintaining and enriching biological diversity, conserving geological features and sustaining natural systems.

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UK Marine Noise Registry Outputs for 2016
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
This publication contains maps, associated data tables and shapefiles from the 2016 data in the UK Marine Noise Registry (MNR; https://mnr.jncc.gov.uk/). When using and/or interpreting...
 
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UK Regional Seas 2004
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
This spatial dataset contains UK Regional Seas polylines developed by JNCC in 2004 as part of the Review of Marine Nature Conservation and the implementation of Regional Sea around the...
 
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All UK Special Protected Areas (SPAs) with marine components
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
This spreadsheet contains Special Protection Areas (SPAs) with marine components are defined as those sites with qualifying Birds Directive (2009/147/EC) Annex I species or regularly...
 
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All UK Special Areas of Conservation (SACs) with marine components
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
This shapefile contains the most up to date version of boundaries of inshore and offshore SACs with marine components, including sites that straddle the inshore/offshore (territorial...
 
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Raw sidescan sonar data from Dogger Bank SCI
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Raw sidescan sonar data from Dogger Bank SCI (CEND 07/08). This survey was carried out at Dogger Bank SAC on the Cefas Endeavour research vessel to better define the extent of the Annex...
 
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Species point records from 1988-90 UMBSM Loch Fyne survey
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Loch Fyne, which opens from the north of the Firth of Clyde, is both the longest of the Scottish sea lochs, at approximately 70 km, and the deepest, with a maximum charted depth of 200 m....
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Final report from Anton Dohrn and East Rockall Bank
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Final report from Anton Dohrn and East Rockall Bank (2009_07-RVFranklin-AntonDhorn-RockallBank). The cruise 2009_03_MV_Franklin Surveyed two Areas of Search for offshore SACs Anton Dohrn...
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Environment
Natura 2000 habitat classes
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Habitat classes for each Natura 2000 site (SAC and SPA). Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) are strictly protected sites designated under the EC Habitats Directive. Special Protection...
 
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Environment
Raw sidescan sonar data from Submarine structures in the mid-Irish Sea Area of Search
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Raw sidescan sonar data from Submarine structures in the mid-Irish Sea Area of Search (CEND 11/08). This survey, carried out on the Cefas Endeavour research vessel, used acoustic data and...
 
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Species point records from 1987 OPRU HRE Christchurch Harbour survey
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Christchurch Harbour is situated in east Dorset, approximately mid-way between Poole Harbour and the Solent. It was formed during the post glacial marine transgression which drowned the...
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Environment
UK Ramsar sites
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Ramsar sites are wetlands of international importance designated under the Ramsar Convention. This dataset contains basic site details for all designated Ramsar sites within the UK and...
 
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Special Protection Areas (SPAs) bird data assemblages
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
This dataset contains details for each and every bird assemblage on every Special Protection Area (SPA). Special Protection Areas (SPAs) are strictly protected sites classified in...
 
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