We are testing a new beta website for gov.scot go to new site

First Workshop: Ecological Data

The ecological data workshop aimed to explore what types of data were being used, how the data would be used to inform the selection process, and highlight known data gaps. The workshop discussions allowed participants to review the datasets being used by the project partners and highlight any additional gaps or issues.

Background Information to the Ecological Data Workshop

Downloadable document:

Background information to the ecological data workshop for the MPA projectBackground information to the ecological data workshop for the MPA project [DOC, 166.0 kb: 20 Jun 2011]
Open | Open in new window
 Viewer Help

Introductory Presentation to the Scottish Marine Protected Area (MPA) Project

Downloadable document:

Ecological data workshop welcome presentationEcological data workshop welcome presentation [PPT, 2431.5 kb: 14 Jun 2011]
Open | Open in new window
 Viewer Help

Presentation on Creation of Ecological Database

Downloadable document:

Ecological data workshop SNH presentationEcological data workshop SNH presentation [PPT, 4431.0 kb: 28 Jun 2011]
Open | Open in new window
 Viewer Help

Summary Presentation of How Socio-Economic Data Will be Used

Downloadable document:

Presentation on the wider use of socio-economics in the MPA project, JNCCPresentation on the wider use of socio-economics in the MPA project, JNCC [PPT, 1017.0 kb: 17 Jun 2011]
Open | Open in new window
 Viewer Help

Known Data Sources at the Time of the Workshop

Downloadable document:

Known ecological data sources as of the MPA workshop 1Known ecological data sources as of the MPA workshop 1 [XLS, 312.0 kb: 17 Jun 2011]
Open | Open in new window
 Viewer Help

Answers to Questions Raised at Workshop

Downloadable document:

Answers to questions raised at the marine protected areas project first workshopAnswers to questions raised at the marine protected areas project first workshop [DOC, 51.5 kb: 15 Jun 2011]
Open | Open in new window
 Viewer Help