ECREC SURVEY DATA
Features of Conservation Interest
Areas of Conservation Interest
Biotope Distribution Modelling
Known Prehistoric Archaeological Sites
Maritime and Aviation
Data Lines and Coverage
This website (funded by the Marine ALSF) allows you to browse and visualise a number of geospatial datasets submitted as part of the Marine ALSF East Coast REC Project.
The East Coast Regional Environmental Characterisation Survey (Data Interpretation and Analysis Phase) was commissioned in FY2008/09 by the MEPF for the Marine Aggregate Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF). The work was led by CEFAS.
In FY2009/10, high quality geophysical, geological and biological survey datasets (covering an area of approximately 3,300 km2) were acquired. (These survey datasets and/or their resultant interpretations are available from the Marine GIS website and users should review in conjunction with the survey operations report that is also available).
The overarching objective of the REC Projects (the East Coast project is one of 4 RECs commissioned by the Marine ALSF) is to develop a broad understanding of the habitats and areas of archaeological interest present in the regions and to provide an insight into the processes that influence them.
This website allows you to browse and visualise a number of geospatial datasets submitted as part of the East Coast REC (Data Interpretation and Analysis) Project. Individual datasets can be downloaded from the Marine GIS site by clicking on the download icon (), next to each layer name.
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