SSSI


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SSSI

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Environmental Science) site of special scientific interest: an area identified by the Nature Conservancy Council or its successors as having flora, fauna, or geological features of special interest
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The findings of the lichen survey demonstrates that ammonia is already adversely influencing the edges of the SSSI.
The Mid Cornwall Moors SSSI merges six former SSSIs that previously dotted the landscape around the A30 and east of Indian Queens.
This model is simple and efficient and can be easily applied to a SSSI system.
There are records of 11 nationally scarce species in the Afon Llugwy SSSI and more than 40 Atlantic and western species.
Hence the choice of a particular postoperative dressing that can prevent both SSSI and blister formation following hip and knee surgery still remains questionable.
Lindisfarne SSSI is also the main wintering site in the UK for the Spitsbergen population of pale-bellied brent geese The 10 SSSIs are among 4,119 across England, ranging from a 4.
Social interest, as measured by the SSSI, will be positively correlated with offender employment status at follow-up.
This paper focuses more narrowly on the two most widespread forms of management agreement: SSSI and ESAs (Whitby, Coggins, and Saunders 1990; Whitby 1994; NAO 1994).
The Levels are a designated SSSI due to the value of the reens and ditches.
According to the EIAO, it is an offence to conduct land filling and site formation works at an SSSI without an environmental permit issued by the EPD.
The group says a "coastto-coast" green belt should be set up around Barry, from Sully's ancient woodlands, to Pencoedtre's Site of Special Scientific Interest woodlands, through the Wenvoe Valley; through Barry's northern valley to the Weycock Cross SSSI and to the west of Barry, joining up with Porthkerry Park.