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Habitat point records from 1990 MNCR Loch Tarbert (Jura) survey

Loch Tarbert deeply bisects the south Hebridean island of Jura. It is a relatively small and shallow fiordic loch, some 11 km in length and 43 m at its deepest point. The loch is divided into three...

Habitat point records from 1977 SWBSS Padstow sublittoral survey

The survey was planned in order to describe the range of sublittoral habitats and populations in the region of Padstow, to provide information for Underwater Conservation Year projects, and to give...

Species point records from 1987 MNCR Isle of May (Fife) survey

The Isle of May lies at the entrance to the Firth of Forth. It is a small island designated as a National Nature Reserve. The coastline of the Isle of May is predominantly rocky with bedrock...

East Cambridgeshire District Council Brownfield Land Register 2017

The Brownfield Land Register is a new initiative to provide up-to-date and consistent information on previously developed sites which are considered appropriate for residential development. Through...

Geomagnetic observatory hourly and minute means

Hourly and minute means of the geomagnetic field vector components from observatories around the world from, respectively, 1883 and 1969, to the present day. At present there are about 160...

Species point records from 1990 MNCR Loch Tarbert (Jura) survey

Loch Tarbert deeply bisects the south Hebridean island of Jura. It is a relatively small and shallow fiordic loch, some 11 km in length and 43 m at its deepest point. The loch is divided into three...

Thermodynamic properties of FeS polymorphs (NERC grant NE/J010626/1, NE/J010626/2)

FeS polymorphs are of significant relevance to condensed matter physics and planetary science. In particular, they are thought to form the cores of Earth and Mars, which is suggested by their...

Global geomagnetic observatory annual means.

Annual means of the geomagnetic field vector components from observatories around the world, from 1840 to the present day. At present there are about 160 observatories. These data are useful for...

Peterborough Brownfield Land Register- December 2018

What is the brownfield land register The Brownfield Land Register is a new initiative to provide up-to-date and consistent information on previously developed sites which are considered...

Habitat point records from 1977 SWBSS Lundy sublittoral survey

The present survey was carried out in order to describe the range and extent of the sublittoral habitats present around Lundy. The survey was also intended to test methods for quick survey and...

Species point records from 1977 SWBSS Lundy sublittoral survey

The present survey was carried out in order to describe the range and extent of the sublittoral habitats present around Lundy. The survey was also intended to test methods for quick survey and...

Peterborough Council's Brownfield Register 2019

What is the brownfield land register The Brownfield Land Register is a new initiative to provide up-to-date and consistent information on previously developed sites which are considered appropriate...

Species point records from 1988 OPRU HRE Taf, Tywi & Gwendraeth Estuaries survey

The estuaries of the Taf, Tywi and Gwendraeth are known locally as the `Three rivers` as they converge and enter into Camarthen Bay in South West Wales through a common mouth. The rivers drain...

Species point records from 1985 Smith Loch Torridon and Loch Carron survey

Loch Torridon and Loch Carron are two sea loch complexes in Wester Ross on the west coast of Scotland. Both have basins over 100 m deep. Each has an inner loch 8 - 10 km long and 1 - 3 km wide, a...

Habitat point records from 1985 Smith Loch Torridon and Loch Carron survey

Loch Torridon and Loch Carron are two sea loch complexes in Wester Ross on the west coast of Scotland. Both have basins over 100 m deep. Each has an inner loch 8 - 10 km long and 1 - 3 km wide, a...

Habitat point records from 1988 OPRU HRE Taf, Tywi & Gwendraeth Estuaries survey

The estuaries of the Taf, Tywi and Gwendraeth are known locally as the `Three rivers` as they converge and enter into Camarthen Bay in South West Wales through a common mouth. The rivers drain...

Habitat point records from 1982 OPRU Skomer sublittoral survey

The survey was carried out to describe the types of sublittoral habitats and communities adjacent to the coast in the region of the eastern boundaries of the Skomer Marine Nature Reserve. Surveys...

Species point records from 1982 OPRU Skomer sublittoral survey

The survey was carried out to describe the types of sublittoral habitats and communities adjacent to the coast in the region of the eastern boundaries of the Skomer Marine Nature Reserve. Surveys...

Habitat point records from 1990 UMBSM Loch Etive survey

Loch Etive is a typical fjord, carved into grantie and metamorphic rocks by glaciers from the Rannoch Moor area. The steeply walled, deep upper basin is followed by a series of shallower basins and...

Habitat point records from 1988 MNCR Lochs Duich, Long and Alsh survey

Lochs Duich, Long and Alsh lie on the Scottish west coast, to the east of Skye. They were surveyed in 1988 as part of a major survey of Scottish sealochs. Loch Duich is a long narrow loch with...