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FAME and STAR seabird tracking - Black-legged kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla) (at-sea distributions, Scotland only)

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UK-level utilisation distributions (UD) for Black-legged Kittiwake. UDs are provided in a sequence of 5% contours for each species starting at the 5% utilisation distribution and ending at the 95% utilisation distributions. Within the ecological literature the 95% UD is often used to define the 95% home range of a species and the 50% UD is used to define the 50% core range of a species.

FAME and STAR seabird tracking - Razorbill (Alca torda) (at-sea distributions, Scotland only)

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UK-level utilisation distributions (UD) for Razorbill. UDs are provided in a sequence of 5% contours for each species starting at the 5% utilisation distribution and ending at the 95% utilisation distributions. Within the ecological literature the 95% UD is often used to define the 95% home range of a species and the 50% UD is used to define the 50% core range of a species.

Economic Analysis - Direct employment in fishing, fish processing and aquaculture activities by travel to work areas ((TTW) % of total employment, 2017)

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Direct employment in fishing, fish processing and aquaculture activities by travel to work areas (TTWA, 2011 versions) as a % of total employment in Scotland. Percentage value is most recent year (year also recorded as attribute), with a graph image in attributes showing trend from 2015 onwards. All statistics from ONS / Nomis.

Fishing - Crab and lobster fishery assessment areas in Scotland

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For assessment purposes, the Scottish creel fishing grounds are divided into 12 assessment areas. Some Scottish assessment areas extend outside Scottish Territorial Waters. On the east of Scotland the South East assessment area extends beyond the Scottish border, while on the west coast, the Clyde assessment area stops short of the Irish border. There is some fishing on grounds outside the assessment areas. Currently these areas support only small fisheries and landings data are monitored for any change in importance.

Derived from Thomas, H.J., 1958. Lobster and crab fisheries in Scotland. Marine Research, 8: 107 and subsequently revised to include two offshore areas – Papa, which lies to the west of Shetland, and Sule, which is to the north and west of Orkney and includes Rona, Sulisker and Sule-Skerry banks.

 

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