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|Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS)||
All information provided by the Scottish Association for Marine Science on the web pages of its Scottish Marine Institute is made available to provide immediate access for the convenience of interested persons.
While SAMS believes the information to be reliable, human or mechanical error remains a possibility. Therefore, SAMS does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, or correct sequencing of the information.
Neither SAMS nor any of the sources of the information shall be responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the use of or results obtained from the use of this information.
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|Scottish Wildlife Trust (SWT)|
|Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU)||
Data provided by the Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU)
If used, any layers should be acknowledged with
© Sea Mammal Research Unit
|Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS)||
Data are provided to Marine Scotland from The Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS). The layers are available to view through Marine Scotland Maps. SAHFOS has an open and transparent approach to data availability, data requests and data citation. SAHFOS believes its plankton observation, ancillary datasets and associated metadata should be freely available to collaborating researchers. Increasing the number of scientists that can access and work with SAHFOS datasets will accelerate the progress of marine ecological science and understanding; enhancing the societal benefit derived from SAHFOS data.
More information about the data and data policy can be found at https://www.sahfos.ac.uk/.
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|The Improvement Service||
The Spatial Hub's remit is to collate and standardise Scottish local authority's spatial data to form coherent, up-to-date national datasets, that can be shared with the data community to provide better insight, analysis and innovation. Currently, Spatial Hub data is only available to members of the One Scotland Mapping Agreement (OSMA)
|North Atlantic Fisheries College (NAFC) Marine Centre||
Data supplied by the North Atlantic Fisheries College (NAFC) Marine Centre.
Generally, data should be attributed as follows, but please check individual layer information as some layers include derived data.
Copyright and database rights © NAFC Marine Centre UHI [year]. Not suitable for use in navigation.
|Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)||
The following acknowledgement must accompany the reproduced BGS material:
'Reproduced with the permission of the British Geological Survey © NERC. All rights Reserved'
Where figures, sketches, illustrations, diagrams, map extracts or cross-sections are used as the basis of specifically generated illustrations, the source of the material should be cited as follows:
'Based upon [source details], with the permission of the British Geological Survey'.
Where the Carbon Capture and Storage data are referenced the material should be cited as follows:
"Based upon data provided with the permission of the British Geological Survey © NERC, as used in connection with ‘Opportunities for CO2 Storage around Scotland’ report, Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage, 2009."
Reproduction of any BGS materials does not amount to an endorsement by NERC or any of its employees of any product or service and no such endorsement should be stated or implied.
|British Geological Survey, Natural Environment Research Council|
Data provided by Clydeplan SDPA under OSMA Public Sector licence.
|Common Data Access Limited (CDA)||
CDA grants to the Subscriber (Scottish Government) a non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-assignable, revocable right and license to Download and use, but not to own, the CDA Products.
The Subscriber (Scottish Government) may store in memory, manipulate, copy, analyze, reformat, print and display CDA Products, but such use may only be for personal or internal business purposes and not for retransmission, license, sale, distribution or use by or for third parties. This does not prevent the Subscriber (Scottish Government) from creating derivative products based on the information contained in CDA Products provided such derivative products have added value and are not substantially similar to CDA Products.
NOTE: CDA content was migrated to the National Data Repository in 2019. The layers will be updated in due course.
Crown copyright covers material created by civil servants, ministers and government departments and agencies. This includes legislation, government codes of practice, Ordnance Survey mapping, government reports, official press releases, government forms and many public records.
Crown copyright is legally defined under section 163 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 as works made by officers or servants of the Crown in the course of their duties.
For more details on use of Crown copyright data below please visit the gov.scot website.
If no licence is stated, the data should be acknowledged with:
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