Scotland's Marine Atlas

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Scotland's Marine Atlas - Information for the National Marine Plan is an assessment of the condition of Scotland's seas, based on scientific evidence from data and analysis, supported by expert judgement. It provides baseline information from which the national marine plan will be developed.

Title Updated datesort descending
References, Glossary and Data Annex 01/04/2017
Chapter 2: Physical Characteristics 01/04/2017
Chapter 3 Clean and Safe 01/04/2017
Introduction 01/04/2017
Chapter 5 Productive 01/04/2017
Water Abstraction; Maritime Transport (Ports and Shipping) - pdf format 03/04/2017
Waste Disposal (Dredge Material); Waste Disposal (Waster Water Treatment and Industrial Outfalls) - pdf format 03/04/2017
Sharks and Rays; Seals; Cetaceans; Seabirds; Waterbirds; Occasional Visitors; Non-native species in Scottish Waters - pdf format 03/04/2017
Renewable Energy and Power Cables; Carbon Capture and Storage; Oil, Gas, Pipelines and Gas Storage - pdf format 03/04/2017
Intertidal Rock; Intertidal Sediments; Subtidal Rock - pdf format 03/04/2017
Oil and Chemical Spills; Radioactive Substances; Microbiological Contamination; Biotoxin Monitoring in Scotland - pdf format 03/04/2017
Marine Litter and Case Studies: Silver in Intertidal Mussels and Underwater Noise - pdf format 03/04/2017
Leisure and Recreation; Historic Environment and Cultural Heritage; Coastal Protection and Flood Defence - pdf format 03/04/2017
Inshore and Shelf Sea Subtidal Sediments - pdf format 03/04/2017
Reference Map 03/04/2017
Chapter 6 Climate Change 03/04/2017
Marine Management, Education, Research and Development 03/04/2017
Telecommunication Cables 03/04/2017
Defence (Military) 03/04/2017
Waste Disposal (Waste Water Treatment and Industrial Outfalls) 03/04/2017
Waste Disposal (Dredge Material) 03/04/2017
Maritime Transport (Ports and Shipping) 03/04/2017
Water Abstraction 03/04/2017
Oil, Gas, Pipelines and Gas Storage 03/04/2017
Hazardous Substances - pdf format 03/04/2017

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