Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive Sensitive Areas - map of Enler Rivers and Strangford Lough North catchment areas
Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive Sensitive Areas - map of Newry Rivers and Catchment Areas
Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive Sensitive Areas - Newcastle bathing waters and river catchment area
Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive Sensitive Areas - map of Ballyholme bathing water and river catchment area
Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive Sensitive Areas - map of Paddy's Point and Reagh Bay shellfishery
Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive Sensitive Areas - map of Lough Neagh rivers and catchment
A comprehensive review of the perception of climate change adaptation was undertaken within the natural heritage directorate (NHD) of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA).
A survey representing the second of a three phase survey to establish the extent of cord-grass invasion (Spartina Anglica) and colonization throughout Northern Ireland
Recent technology has progressed to the stage where satellite tags with solar panels are now small enough to be fitted to birds such as hen harriers.
Habitat degradation, deteriorating water quality, pearl fishing and a decline in the abundance of salmonids, (which host immature stages) have contributed to the widespread decline of Margaritifera margaritifera.
Captive breeding programs are advocated as key to the long-term favourable conservation status of the freshwater bivalve, margaritifera margaritifera and its reintroduction.
Ex-situ conservation involving captive breeding for the reintroduction of species facing global, regional or local extinction is a measure of last resort.
Guidance leaflet providing advice on recognising the signs of Aujeszky's disease and what to do if you suspect your herd is affected.
A report showing housing land availability together with the extent of housing development for settlements across Northern Ireland
Minutes of monthly meetings in 2011.
The information sheet - Root Knot Nematodes gives details of the species that may cause problems in the future to local farming.
This web based report presents statistics relating to water pollution incidents throughout Northern Ireland investigated by, or on behalf of, the Northern Ireland Environment Agency during 2010.
Application form for a licence to abstract or impound water
An information leaflet produced by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency and Water Pollution about improving water quality.
Why you should help to improve water quality in your local area and what you can do to assist.