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- Added to data.gov.uk
- Access contraints
- Restrictions on public access due to sensitive species recorded, only available at 20km by 20km resolution
- Harvest GUID
- Latitude: 58.0549° to 57.6786°
- Longitude: -5.8917° to -5.0542°
- Spatial reference system
- Dataset reference date
- 2011-12-31 (publication)
- Frequency of update
- Responsible party
- Heriot-Watt University School of Life Sciences (originator); Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), Headquaters (custodian)
- ISO 19139 resource type
- Metadata language
- Source Metadata
Not to be used for navigation. Native oyster was recorded during survey. SNH Sensitive species policy regards instances of Native oyster (Ostrea edulis) species occurrences and instances of biotope Ostrea edulis beds on shallow sublittoral muddy mixed sediment (SS.SMx.IMx.Ost/ SS.IMX.Oy) as sensitive, as commercial fishing is threatening stocks. As such SNH would not release such records in response to an Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004 request at a resolution below that provided by a 20km by 20km square. In such a case we would disguise the location by provision of data in GIS format and would replace the original location of the record with a square of 20km by 20km dimension placed around the precise location of the record(s). However, SNH may choose to share this data at full resolution with Statutory Nature Conservation Bodies and other trusted partners, academic researchers or developers for use in Environmental Statements at full resolution. However, such release would be strictly under the terms of a modified Open Government licence which would restrict published outputs and onward supply to the degraded resolution Other species or biotope occurrences in this survey are not considered by SNH to be sensitive; as such these may be released at full resolution in response to requests covered by Environmental Information Regulations or Freedom of Information requests; additionally their re-use and dissemination is permissible under Open Government Licence terms. Any re-use of this data at whatever resolution will acknowledge the copyright owner.