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2022-03-04
Access contraints
Copyright
Harvest GUID
00c0eb8b-787c-44ba-b93d-ba431d5c6a63
Extent
Latitude: 60.8607664336448° to 54.6332382494092°
Longitude: -8.65000722346228° to -0.724443780321123°
Spatial reference system
4326
Dataset reference date
2019-04-04 (publication)
2011-06-17 (creation)
2022-03-04 (revision)
Frequency of update
asNeeded
Responsible party
NatureScot (pointOfContact, custodian, originator)
ISO 19139 resource type
dataset
Metadata language
eng
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XML
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Data collated by NatureScot and Joint Nature Conservation Committee. Copyright ownership is recorded against individual records and varies from record to record the following are the copyright owners of individual records:

Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (Northern Ireland), British Geological Survey, Butters, A. (2013) Predicted habitat map for the Firth of Lorn, West Coast, Scotland. Submitted for MRes University of St Andrews using products of the INIS hydro project, Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST), Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2020, Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v2.0 from United Kingdom Hydrographic Office, Crown copyright (CEFAS), Heriot-Watt University, Institut français de recherche pour l'exploitation de la mer, Joint Nature Conservation Committee, National Oceanography Centre, Queen's University Belfast, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Scottish Government (Marine Scotland), Scottish Natural Heritage, UKSeaMap funding partners 2010 http://jncc.defra.gov.uk/UKSeaMap, University of St Andrews, University of the Highlands and Islands (NAFC Marine Centre), Shetland Shellfish Management Association, The Highland Council, and Watmough (2008) conducted at the Scottish Association of Marine Science and based on multibeam data from Duineveld, Royal NIOZ.

Details of permissions to mobilise for view download and re-use are documented against individual records in the CONSENT field. Likewise records of Native oyster or Native oyster habitat are considered Sensitive under NatureScot policy and are not to be released at full resolution; such records are tagged as "Sensitive" in the CONSENT field.