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Showing 125 publications about Marine and fisheries or Environment and climate change of type Statistics

  1. Scottish household survey 2016: annual report

    Results from the 2016 edition of the continuous survey based on a sample of the general population in private residences in Scotland.

  2. Scottish household survey 2016: key findings

    Short report summarising the key findings from the Scottish household survey 2016: annual report.

  3. Scottish fish farm production survey 2016

    Report based on returns of annual survey questionnaire sent to all active authorised fish farming businesses in Scotland.

    Part of:
    Scottish fish farm production surveys
  4. Oil and gas statistics: methodology guide

    Data sources and methods used to produce the Scottish Government's oil and gas statistics.

    Part of:
    Energy statistics
    Economy statistics
  5. Scottish sea fisheries management

    Scottish Sea Fisheries Management Information

  6. Scottish greenhouse gas emissions: 1990-2015

    This publication provides estimates of greenhouse gas emissions in Scotland for the years 1990 to 2015.

    Part of:
    Environment statistics
  7. Scottish shellfish farm production survey 2016

    Report based on returns from annual survey questionnaire sent to all active authorised shellfish farming businesses in Scotland.

    Part of:
    Scottish shellfish farm production surveys
  8. Salmon fishery statistics: 2016 season

    Salmon catch statistics for the 2016 season.

  9. Sea trout fishery statistics: 2016 season

    Sea trout catch statistics for the 2016 season.

  10. Key Scottish Environment Statistics 2016

    Reference document offering information on a wide range of environmental topics, covering key datasets.

    Part of:
    Environment statistics
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