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  • Biotope map produced by Unicomarine for Harwich Haven Authority. It is based on previous surveys and the results of the 2003 Shipek grab surveys of the Harwich approaches.

  • Opportunistic survey of the sandbank in offshore waters east of the Isle of Man as part of JNCC offshore Natura 2000 site assessment processes. Grab sampling, AGDS, side scan sonar and video data were obtained on 3 separate cruises. Data was worked up by AFBI and QUB as part of an MoA between JNCC and AFBI/DARD (NI).

  • Data that contributed to the MB0102 Task 2I English intertidal habitats dataset.

  • This data was gathered as part of the MESH SW Approaches canyons survey; a collaborative survey involving the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, the Marine Institute, the British Geological Survey and the University of Plymouth. Defra Natural Environment Group Science Division (CRO 361) made a significant contribution to this work. The work contributed to the MESH project that received European Regional Development Funding through the INTERREG IIIb Community Initiative. The aims of the survey were to acquire high resolution multibeam, sub-bottom profiler and seabed imagery data in the SW Approaches area, located approximately 320km southwest of Land's End. The cruise not only mapped the variable morphology of the area, but also investigated the biological communities within the canyon system for the assessment of a potential SAC under the EC Habitats Directive. The cruise also tested the application of the survey standards and protocols developed under the MESH project. The cruise was the first thorough test for the recently completed MESH Guidance Framework, providing a 'proof of concept' from planning to completion.

  • Data that contributed to the MB0102 Task 2I English intertidal habitats dataset. Originally produced as part of the Iterreg IIIB Harmonised River Basins Strategies North Sea (HARBASINS) project.

  • Data that contributed to the MB0102 Task 2I English intertidal habitats dataset.

  • Data that contributed to the MB0102 Task 2I English intertidal habitats dataset. From foreshore geomorphology data.

  • A map demonstrating the habitat type and geology of the area including the areas of protection and conservation. These interpreted maps of biotopes and substrates in Lyme Bay are based on UKHO sidescan seabed texture data and benthic species survey data (including Seasearch and other dive data, grab sampling and drop video data) gathered for Devon Wildlife Trust's Lyme Bay Marine Spatial Mapping project. Available from DBRC website and electronic data

  • A collation of all mapped Zostera habitats in Wales. This is a collation of Zostera habitats mapped by Intertidal Monitoring Contracts, Fisheries Sensitivity maps as well as point sources derived from casework site visits, CCW's data holdings in Marine Recorder and EAW WFD Monitoring Results. Zostera beds are an OSPAR Habitat, BAP Habitat and a sub-feature of Annex 1 habitat, mudflats and sandflats, large shallow inlets and bays, estuaries and sandbanks.

  • Emu Limited was commissioned by Natural England to carry out an acoustic and ecological survey of the subtidal zone (areas below the Mean Low Water mark) within the Solent Maritime Special Area of Conservation (SAC). The remit of the survey was to produce data and maps characterising the overall subtidal seabed surface topography, surface sediment composition and the main subtidal biotopes which fall within the Solent Maritime SAC's designated boundaries using rapid field assessment techniques with the minimal environmental impact.