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Vulnerable Concentrations of Seabirds to Oil Spills 1995

Seabird concentrations are especially vulnerable to oil pollution, and may become contaminated by oil wherever concentrations occur at sea, sometimes at considerable distance from the coast. This...

Standing Approvals for Oil Spill Treatment Products (England and Wales)

The use of oil spill treatment products (including dispersants) in waters of 20 metres depth or less, or within 1nm of any such area requires approval from the licensing authority. For England and...

Shetland Oil Spill Sensitivity Maps

The Shetland oil spill response maps were originally produced under the auspices of SOTEAG over 10 years ago for inclusion in the Sullom Voe Harbour Oil Spill Plan (SVHOSP) and the Shetland Marine...

Habitat point records from 1993 MNCR Shetland Braer oil spill survey

Littoral and Sublittoral field surveys were carried out between 25 February and 2 March 1993 around the vicinity of the Braer oil tanker grounding. The aim was to provide a rapid assesment of the...

Species point records from 1993 MNCR Shetland Braer oil spill survey

Littoral and Sublittoral field surveys were carried out between 25 February and 2 March 1993 around the vicinity of the Braer oil tanker grounding. The aim was to provide a rapid assesment of the...

Unlinked anonymous Serosurveys of HIV prevalence (diagnosed and undiagnosed infections) - Neonatal dried blood spots

Unlinked anonymous Serosurveys of HIV prevalence (diagnosed and undiagnosed infections) - Neonatal dried blood spots

Standing Approvals for Oil Spill Treatment Products (England and Wales) Web Feature Service (WFS)

The use of oil spill treatment products (including dispersants) in waters of 20 metres depth or less, or within 1nm of any such area requires approval from the licensing authority. For England and...

Standing Approvals for Oil Spill Treatment Products (England and Wales) Web Mapping Service (WMS)

The use of oil spill treatment products (including dispersants) in waters of 20 metres depth or less, or within 1nm of any such area requires approval from the licensing authority. For England and...

Breeding Coastal Seabirds for oil spill contingency plans

A point dataset derived from Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) Seabird 2000 census of breeding seabirds between 2000 and 2003, provided by RS Environmental Ltd for use in oil spill...

The Impact of the Sea Empress Oil Spill on the Prosobranch Mollusc Paludinella littorina

In March 1996 the Sea Empress Environmental Evaluation Committee (SEEEC) was set up by the government to assess the impact of the Sea Empress oil spill on the environment. This contract was issued...

Port, harbours, and boat access locations for oil spill contingency planning

A point dataset depicting ports, harbours and boat access locations (slips), developed for use in oil spill contingency planning at a scale of 1:250,000. Only harbours listed in the annual Scottish...

Event Duration Monitoring - Storm Overflows - Annual Returns

This Event Duration Monitoring (EDM) dataset relates to the performance of storm overflows in England. Data are provided by Water and Sewerage Companies (WaSCs) to the Environment Agency each year...

Area Management - Standing approvals for use of chemical dispersants in response to oil spills

Areas where standing approvals permit the application of a limited quantity of chemical dispersants, without the permission of Marine Scotland, to respond to an oil spill. Two areas exist at the...

Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS) data (2010) for oil spill contingency plans

Points dataset for each season (spring, summer/autumn, and winter) derived from British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS) 2010 data, provided by RS Environmental Ltd for use in...

Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) shoreline type for oil spill contingency planning

A line dataset depicting the Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) shoreline classification of the Scottish coastline for oil spill contingency planning. Adapted from the shoreline classification...

Intertidal Monitoring of Rockpools Following the Sea Empress Oil Spill 1996-97

Following the Sea Empress grounding in Milford Haven on February the 15th 1996, it was decided that a programme of monitoring was required to assess the impact of the oil on the coasts of...

Assessment of Sublittoral Epibenthic Rock Communities and Species Following the Sea Empress Oil Spill

The Sea Empress oil spill in February 1996 affected the water column, seabed and shores of south Pembrokeshire. Several rocky subtidal sites in and around the entrance to Milford Haven were...

The Abundance and Distribution of Waterfowl Within Milford Haven After the Sea Empress Oil Spill

This study was put in place to assess whether the oil spill was to impact the nationally important waterfowl populations found in the area of Milford Haven. Two polluted (Angle Bay and Pembroke...

Sandy Shore Meiofauna of South West Wales-Impact of the Sea Empress Oil Spill

The high species diversity of meiofaunal communities imply a complex and intricate ecological web. However, relatively little information has been recorded on the ecological interactions of...

Designated sites for marine mammals and coastal otters, for use in oil spill contingency planning

A polygon dataset of Special Areas of Conversation (SACs) depicting those where primary or qualifying species are a marine mammal or coastal otters, for use in oil spill contingency planning....