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Chapter 5

Productive

Introduction and Economic Analysis

(1) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2. Published by Defra on behalf of UKMMAS. http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(2) Baxter et al, 2008. Scotland’s Seas: Towards understanding their state. Fisheries Research Services, Aberdeen. 174pp. www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/04/03093608/0

(3) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report. Published by Defra on behalf of UKMMAS. http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(4) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 48-50

(5) OSPAR, 2010. Quality Status Report 2010. OSPAR Commission, London. 176pp: http://qsr2010.ospar.org/en/index.html

(6) Annual Business Inquiry (ABI), available on: http://data.gov.uk/dataset/annual_business_inquiry

(7) Marine Scotland Sea Fisheries statistics www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/09/15155811/0

Aquaculture

(1) Marine Scotland, Scottish Fish Farms, Annual Production Survey 2009. www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/Fish-Shellfish/FHI/surveys

(2) Marine Scotland. The Scottish Shellfish Farms Annual Production Survey 2009. www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/Fish-Shellfish/FHI/surveys

(3) The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2008. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 2009

(4) UKMMAS (2010) Charting Progress 2: the state of UK seas: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(5) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 60-61

(6) A study of the prospects and opportunities for shellfish farming in Scotland 2010. Stirling Aquaculture.

http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/science/Publications/publicationslatest/farmedfish/prospectandopportunities

Fishing

(1) www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/Sea-Fisheries/17681/closures/ciz

(2) www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/09/15155811/0

(3) UK sea fisheries data warehouse, IFISH

(4) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(5) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 58-60

Salmon and Sea Trout Fishing

(1) www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/Salmon-Trout-Coarse

(2) Research Report: The Economic Impact of Game and Coarse Angling in Scotland www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2004/03/19079/34369

(3) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(4) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 63

(5)Morris DG and Flavin RW, 1990. A digital terrain model for hydrology. Proc 4th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling. Vol. 1 Jul 23-27 Zurich, pp 250-262

(6)Morris DG and Flavin RW, 1994. Sub-set of UK 50m by 50m hydrological digital terrain model grids. NERC, Institute of Hydrology, Wallingford

Leisure and Recreation

(1) UK Leisure Superyacht & Small Commercial Marine Industry Key Performance Indicators 2008/09, British Marine Federation 2009 and previous years

(2) Sailing Tourism in Scotland, Scottish Enterprise & Tourism Resources Company, February 2010

(3) Economic Impact of Recreational Sea Angling in Scotland, Radford A., Riddington G., Gibson H., July 2009

(4) Diving on the East Coast of the Scottish Borders, Scottish Enterprise Borders, Tourism Resources Company & EKOS Ltd., May 2007

(5) The Economic Impact of Wildlife Tourism in Scotland, International Centre for Tourism & Hospitality Research, Bournemouth University, 2010

(6) Value of Tourism Expenditure related to the East of Scotland Bottlenose Dolphin Population, Aberdeen Centre for Environmental Sustainability on behalf of the Moray Firth Partnership, June 2010

(7) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(8) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 63

Bibliography

  • Autumn Trends Survey Results, 2009: British Marine Federation, 2009
  • Watersports & Leisure Participation Survey 2009:  British Marine Federation, Royal Yachting Association et al, 2009
  • Socio-economic indicators of marine-related activities in the UK economy: The Crown Estate, 2008
  • UK Leisure, Superyacht & Small Commercial  Marine Industry Key Performance Indicators 2007/08:  Marine Industry Key Performance Indicators 2007/08
  • Economic Benefit of Coastal Marinas, 2007:  British Marine Federation, 2007
  • UK Leisure, Superyacht & Small Commercial Marine Industry Key Performance Indicators 2006/07:  British Marine Federation, 2007
  • UK Leisure, Superyacht & Small Commercial Marine Industry Key Performance Indicators 2005/06: British Marine Federation, 2006

Historic and Cultural Heritage

(1) Review of the economic and environmental data for Scotland’s coastal and marine cultural heritage. 2010. Marine Scotland. Available at www.scotland.gov.uk/marineatlas

(2) See Divernet -  www.divernet.com/Wrecks/100_best_uk_wreck_dives/

(3) ScapaMap2: marine heritage monitoring with high-resolution survey tools: Scapa Flow 2001-2006 final report for Historic Scotland. Forbes, R. Copy available from www.scapamap.org

(4) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 34-36

(5) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

Coastal Protection and Flood Defence

(1) Ritchie, W. and McLean, L. 1988. U.K. – Scotland. In Walker, H.J. (ed.) Artificial Structures and Shorelines. Kluwer. 127-135 as quoted in Scottish Coastal Forum: Strategy for Scotland’s Coasts and Inshore Waters - Task Paper 7: Coastal Defence And Shoreline Management. Scottish Natural Heritage.

(2) LiDAR data captured November 2005 (c) SNH for Western Isles Data Partnership, map base [© Scottish Natural Heritage, ©Crown Copyright and database right 2010. All rights reserved. Ordnance Survey Licence number SNH 100017908.]

(3) Identifying, developing and implementing coastal realignment projects in Scotland: Lessons learned from Nigg Bay, Cromarty Firth A report by the RSPB.  Kenna Chisholm, Darren Kindleysides and Neil Cowie (2004)

(4) David Paterson & Emma Defew, St. Andrews University.

(5) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(6) Cooper, N.J. and Pontee, N.I., 2006. Appraisal and evolution of the littoral ‘sediment cell’ concept in applied coastal management; experiences from England and Wales. Ocean Coast. Manage. 49, 498-510.

(7) Nedwell, J.R., Turnpenny, A.W.H., Lovell, J.M., Langworthy, J., Howell, D. and Edwards, B., 2003. The effects of underwater noise from coastal piling on salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (Salmo trutta). Subacoustech Report No. 576R0113.

(8) Moschella, P.S., Abbiati, M., Aberg, P., Airoldi, L. and Anderson, J.M., 2005. Low-crested coastal defence structures as artificial habitats for marine life: using ecological criteria in design. Coast. Eng. 52, 1053-1071. 

(9) Moreira, J., Chapman, M.G. and Underwood, A.J., 2006. Seawalls do not sustain viable populations of limpets. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 322, 179-188.

(10) Speybroek, J., Bonte, D. and Courtens, W., 2006. Beach nourishment: an ecologically sound coastal defence alternative? A review. Aquat. Conserve. 16, 419-435.

(11) Menn, I., Junghans, C. and Reise, K., 2003.

Buried alive: effects of beach nourishment on the infauna of an erosive shore in the North Sea. Sencenbergiana Maritima 32, 125-145.

(12) MCCIP, 2008. Annual Report Card 2007–2008. Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership.

(13) Baxter, J.M., Boyd, I.L., Cox, M., Cunningham, L., Holmes, P. and Moffat, C.F., 2008. Scotland’s Seas: Towards Understanding their State. A Report produced for the Scottish Executive by the Fisheries Research Services, Scottish Environment Protection Agency and Scottish Natural Heritage. 174 pp.

(14) Dawson, A., Smith, D.E. and Dawson, S., 2001. The Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Sea Levels around Scotland. Scottish Natural Heritage Research Survey and Monitoring Report, No. 178. Scottish Natural Heritage. 77 pp.

Renewables energy and power cables

(1) www.scottishrenewables.com

(2) The Offshore Valuation Group - www.offshorevaluation.org/

(3) www.seazone.com

(4) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report. Published by Defra on behalf of UKMMAS. http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(5) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 48-50

(6) National Renewables Infrastructure Plan Stage 2 July 2010

(7) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/People/Directorates/marinescotland

(8) www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/09/17095123/0

(9) www.thecrownestate.co.uk

(10) Scottish Offshore Wind: Creating an Industry – Scottish Renewables September 2010 (www.scottishrenewables.com)

(11) Marine Energy Road Map – Forum for Renewable Energy Development August 2009

(12) www.offshore-sea.org.uk/consultations/Offshore_Energy_SEA/OES_A3h_Other_Users.pdf

(13) http://www.emec.org.uk/

(14)    National Planning Framework, www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Built-Environment/planning/National-Planning-Policy/npf

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

(1) Opportunities for CO2 storage around Scotland, Scottish Centre for Carbon Storage, May 2009, www.geos.ed.ac.uk/sccs/regional-study/ or www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2009/04/28114540/0

(2) Carbon Capture and Storage roadmap, (2010). A comprehensive set of actions to put Scotland at the forefront of CCS development. Scottish Government. 

www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Business-Industry/Energy/Infrastructure/Energy-Consents/Thermal-Guidance/CCS-roadmap

(3) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(4) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 51-52

Oil, gas, pipelines and gas storage

(1) DECC - Energy Trends December 2010

(2) Scottish Energy Study AEA, 2008, Scottish Energy Study Volume 5: Energy and Carbon Dioxide Projections for Scotland. www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2008/11/14093227/0

(3) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: the state of UK seas: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(4) Kemp and Stephen (2008) - The Hypothetical Scottish Shares of Revenues and Expenditures from the UK Continental Shelf 2000-2013, University of Aberdeen.

(5) Oil and Gas UK, Economic Report 2010: http://www.oilandgasuk.co.uk/cmsfiles/modules/publications/pdfs/EC021.pdf

(6) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(7) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 46-48

Water Abstraction

(1) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: the state of UK seas. Published by Defra on behalf of UKMMAS. http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(2) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report. Published by Defra on behalf of UKMMAS. http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(3) Taylor, C.J.L., 2006. The effects of biological fouling control at coastal and estuarine power stations. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 53, (2006) 30-48.

(4) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 121

(5) Greenwood M.F.D., Marine Pollution Bulletin, 56, (2008) 723-739)

(6) National Planning Framework, www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Built-Environment/planning/National-Planning-policy/npf

Maritime Transport (Ports and Shipping)

(1) Scottish Transport Statistics: No. 29 - 2010 Edition. Scottish Government. 

www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/12/17120002/0

(2) http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/*/
http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/statistics/datatablespublications/maritime/compendium/

(3) https://www.ukchamberofshipping.com/information/publications-and-briefings/economy/

(4) www.ukmajorports.org.uk/pages/published-documentation (dated September 2009)

(5) Scottish Ports Committee - Ports in Scotland “Delivering Value”, British Ports Association 2008

(6) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report. Published by Defra on behalf of UKMMAS. http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(7) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 52-54

(8) www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Transport/NTS

(9) Department for Transport, 2009. Draft Ports Policy Statement, Department for Transports’ (only applies to England and Wales, but contains UK wide forecasts).

http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/*/http://www.dft.gov.uk/consultations/closed/portsnps/

(10) National Planning Framework 2, www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Built-Environment/planning/National-Planning-Policy/npf

(11) National Renewables Infrastructure Plan Stage 2 July 2010,

http://www.scottish-enterprise.com/~/media/SE/Resources/Documents/Sectors/Energy/energy-renewables-reports/National%20Renewables%20Infrastructure%20Plan%20Stage%202.ashx

Waste Disposal – dredge material

(1) OSPAR Publication Number: 433/2009. JAMP assessment of the environmental impact of dumping of wastes at sea: www.ospar.org/documents/dbase/publications/p00433_JAMP%20Dumping%20Assessment.pdf

(2) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(3) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 56-57

(4) National Planning Framework, www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Built-Environment/planning/National-Planning-Policy/npf

Waste Disposal – Waste water treatment

(1) Scottish Pollutant Release Inventory, SEPA web site www.sepa.org.uk/air/process_industry_regulation/pollutant_release_inventory.aspx

(2) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(3) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 56-57

Defence (Military)

(1) Scottish Naval Exercise Areas Information http://www.qhm.mod.uk/clyde/

(2) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: the state of UK seas: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(3) Defence Analytical Services and Advice. DASA Quad Service.   www.dasa.mod.uk/

(4) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report: http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(5) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 43-44

Telecommunications Cables

(1) http://www.globaltelesat.co.uk/blog/satellite/satellite-phone-call-charges/

(2) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: the state of UK seas. Published by Defra on behalf of UKMMAS. http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(3) UKMMAS. 2010. Charting Progress 2: Productive Seas Evidence Group Feeder Report. Published by Defra on behalf of UKMMAS. http://chartingprogress.defra.gov.uk/

(4) HM Government, 2010. UK Marine Policy Statement: a draft for consultation. The Stationery Office, July 2010, pp. 121

Education, research, development and marine management

(1) www.knowseas.com

(2) www.semta.org.uk

(3) www.ryascotland.org.uk

(4) www.emec.org.uk

(5) www.sarf.org.uk

(6) www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/science/sisp