1 (edited by Mary Campling 01-09-2010 09:11:34)

Re: NBN Gateway Update August 2010

GATEWAY UPDATE
There are currently 55,445,462 species records available on the NBN Gateway from 505 different datasets.
Database last updated 31st August 2010
Species dictionary publication date 18th August 2010

13 new species datasets from 10 organisations

Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Environmental Records Centre
Bryophytes in Buckinghamshire

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
Lepidoptera Records up to April 2010

Hertfordshire Natural History Society Flora Group
Hertfordshire Flora Survey Records 1987-2005

National Trust
Anglesey Abbey wildlife species data held by The National Trust
Hatfield Forest species data held by The National Trust
Ickworth species data held by The National Trust
Sutton Hoo species data held by The National Trust

Norfolk Biodiversity Information Service
Norfolk Fungi and Lichen records to March 2010

Norfolk Non-native Species Initiative
The Norfolk Non-native Species Initiative Database - Long List

RSPB
Red-throated diver national surveys in Scotland - raw data (SCARABBS)

South East Wales Biodiversity Records Centre
Microlepidoptera of Glamorgan

Worcestershire Biological Records Centre
WBRC Species data for Worcestershire collated by species group

UK Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme
Stranded cetacean data from Great Britain collected from 01/01/89 through to 31/03/10

4 updated species datasets from 4 organisations

Butterfly Conservation
Macro-moth provisional distribution for the British Isles (excluding the Republic of Ireland) from the National Moth Recording Scheme

National Trust
Wicken Fen nature reserve species data held by The National Trust

RSPB
Red kite reintroduction - Sightings and radio contacts (RSPB/SNH/FCS/SRSG)

Warwickshire Biological Records Centre
Warwickshire Bats

4 updated geographic datasets from 2 organisations

Countryside Council for Wales
Local Nature Reserves in Wales
National Nature Reserves in Wales
Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Wales

Joint Nature Conservation Committee
UK LBAP Boundaries

Best wishes,
Mary Campling