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Cereals Usage by Millers, Brewers and Maltsters

This statistical release is an amalgamation of the statistical releases: Brewers, Distillers and Maltsters Usage and Stocks, Cereals Usage by Oatmeal Millers in the UK and Wheat Milled and Flour...

Wildflower Sites

Sites where wildflowers have been sown as part of the Grow Wild Project - Calderdale Corridors of Colour, co-ordinated by Safer & Stronger Communities. Please contact Mark Dempsey at...

National Statistics 2001 area classification of Super Output Areas and Data Zones: Distance from centroids

The National Statistics Area Classification provides a simple indicator of the characteristics of the area based on a range of census data. The 'Distance from Centroids' dataset contains the...

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...

Species point records from 1988-89 MNCR Loch Linnhe survey

Loch Linnhe forms the submerged western end of the Great Glen Fault which divides the highlands in two between Inverness and Fort William. With Lochs Etive, Creran, a'Choire, Leven and Eil...

Habitat point records from 1988-89 MNCR Loch Linnhe survey

Loch Linnhe forms the submerged western end of the Great Glen Fault which divides the highlands in two between Inverness and Fort William. With Lochs Etive, Creran, a'Choire, Leven and Eil...

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...

Habitat point records from 1988-90 UMBSM Loch Fyne survey

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. The large...

Species point records from 1988-90 UMBSM Loch Fyne survey

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. The large...