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Species point records from 1989 MNCR Cumbria littoral survey

The predominantly wild and unspoilt coastline within the survey area lies on the north-eastern side of the Irish Sea, between the expansive sediment shores of Morecambe Bay in the south and the...

Habitat point records from 1989 MNCR Cumbria littoral survey

The predominantly wild and unspoilt coastline within the survey area lies on the north-eastern side of the Irish Sea, between the expansive sediment shores of Morecambe Bay in the south and the...

Habitat point records from 1985-87 Procter Torbay caves survey

The massive limestone promontory of Berry Head is probably the most impressive outcrop of Devonian limestone in south Devon. Forming the southern tip of Torbay, the head shelters the fishing port...

Species point records from 1985-87 Procter Torbay caves survey

The massive limestone promontory of Berry Head is probably the most impressive outcrop of Devonian limestone in south Devon. Forming the southern tip of Torbay, the head shelters the fishing port...

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...

Species point records from 1990 MNCR Loch Leven (Lochaber) survey

Loch Leven is a relatively small sealoch in Lochaber District of Highland Region on the west coast of Scotland and forms part of the extensive Loch Linnhe system. To the north lies Fort William,...

Species 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 1990 MNCR Loch Leven (Lochaber) survey

Loch Leven is a relatively small sealoch in Lochaber District of Highland Region on the west coast of Scotland and forms part of the extensive Loch Linnhe system. To the north lies Fort William,...

Species point records from 1979-82 NCC/RSM Jura and Islay littoral survey

Jura and Islay are the most southerly and two of the largest islands of the Inner Hebrides. Their ecology and demography is sharply controlled by geology, and the marine enviroment is also affected...

Habitat point records from 1982 MBNE Farne Islands sublittoral survey

This report, commisioned by the NCC, outlines the findings of the first year's pilot survey of a three year comprehensive survey of the marine fauna of the Farne Islands being carried out by Marine...

Species point records from 1982 MBNE Farne Islands sublittoral survey

This report, commisioned by the NCC, outlines the findings of the first year's pilot survey of a three year comprehensive survey of the marine fauna of the Farne Islands being carried out by Marine...

Habitat point records from 1979-82 NCC/RSM Jura and Islay littoral survey

Jura and Islay are the most southerly and two of the largest islands of the Inner Hebrides. Their ecology and demography is sharply controlled by geology, and the marine enviroment is also affected...