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UK Inshore Special Protection Areas: A Methodological Evaluation of Site Selection and Definintion of the Extent of An Interest Feature Using Line Transect Data

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Series: JNCC Report Series Volume: 344
By: CA McSorley, A Webb, BJ Dean and JB Reid
54 pages, Figs, tabs
UK Inshore Special Protection Areas: A Methodological Evaluation of Site Selection and Definintion of the Extent of An Interest Feature Using Line Transect Data
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  • UK Inshore Special Protection Areas: A Methodological Evaluation of Site Selection and Definintion of the Extent of An Interest Feature Using Line Transect Data Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #155607
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Many seabird species form important wintering aggregations in UK inshore marine waters. This report presents the current scientific methodological basis for site selection and defines the extent of the interest feature (a natural or semi-natural feature for which a site has been selected) with a view to providing guidelines for setting appropriate marine special protected area seaward boundaries for inshore aggregations of divers, grebes and seaducks outwith the breeding season.

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Report Out of Print
Series: JNCC Report Series Volume: 344
By: CA McSorley, A Webb, BJ Dean and JB Reid
54 pages, Figs, tabs
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