Macroalgae reports for 2021 now available
Macroalgae reports for 2021 are now available to view - please view here for OMB RT12 OMC RT12 and RM RT15.
Macroalgal Annual Report 2020-2021 available here
Particle Size Exercise Reports PS76 - PS79 now available
Particle Size Exercise Reports PS76 - PS79 now available on website - please click here for PS76, PS77, PS78 and PS79
Release of the Epibiota Quality Assurance Framework documents
Now released! Please click on the link attached to view documents and guidance for the new Epibiota Quality Assurance Framework (QAF) project set up by the Big Picture Group to help standardise the analysis of epifaunal imagery data. http://www.nmbaqcs.org/scheme-components/epibiota/epibiota-quality-assurance-framework-and-documents/
Invertebrates Ring Test Bulletin RTB 60 now available
RTB 60 is now available on the website
Fish Ring Test Bulletin FRT14 now available
The Fish Ring Test Bulletin FRT14 is now available here
The State of European Cetaceans Report
The State of European Cetaceans Report by ORCA gives an overview of cetaceans sightings over a 10 year period and can be found here
Guidance published by UK Government
How to assess the impact of your activity in estuarine (transitional) and coastal waters for the Water Framework Directive (WFD).
Please find more information here
Interactive Marine Atlas of Scotland
Interactive Marine Atlas of Scotland, can be found here
European Atlas of the Seas
This atlas brings the maritime world and Europe's maritime heritage straight to your computer screen. The atlas has a European focus and has been specifically designed for anyone wanting to learn more about Europe's seas and coastal regions and about the people who live and work along Europe's coasts.
World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS)
The World Register of Marine Species is an online resource which aims to provide the most authoritative list of names of all marine species globally. WoRMS is endorsed by the Healthy and Biologically Diverse Seas Evidence Group (HBDSEG) and all marine taxonomic data collected by UK government agencies are expected to be WoRMS compliant.