Data analysis applications present data in an interactive format of graphs, tables and maps. Export data views as images, CSV files and PDF documents for use in reports and presentations. These applications are not suitable for use on a mobile platform.
This tool aims to help you understand how clean Scotland’s air is and how poor air quality might be impacting on your life.
View the expected European bathing water quality classifications under the new Directive and historic water quality monitoring data from all of Scotland’s designated bathing waters.
The tool provides users with access to biotoxin and phytoplankton sample results from Food Standard Scotland’s official control shellfish monitoring programme. It allows users to view data trends and possible correlations between Phytoplankton and Biotoxin results.
The UK climate trends dataset provides measurements of climate variables across the United Kingdom since 1914. The data originate from monthly and annual gridded datasets at 5km resolution generated by the Met Office using a network of station data and GIS-based regression and interpolation techniques.
Ecosystem health indicators are measures which help us to understand where action should be taken to restore ecosystem health and associated benefits.
View that latest household waste management data for each of Scotland’s 32 local authority areas.
View the latest figures and historic data for each of Scotland’s marine cage fish farms, including the weight of fish held on site, sea lice treatment use and the results of seabed monitoring surveys.
This application provides a visual analysis of the national forest estate managed by Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) – providing information on the trees and forests it manages.
This application provides information about the size, distribution and composition of all forests and woodlands in Scotland and is essential for developing and monitoring policies and guidance to support their sustainable management.
The Native Woodland Survey of Scotland (NWSS) was carried out from 2006-2013 in order to establish the first authoritative picture of Scotland’s native woodlands.
Search the broad range of Scotland’s nature sites and their features of interest to examine their location, condition and any pressures on the condition.
This interactive tool provides a summary of sampling information provided by operators of Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs) in Scotland.
This app provides quick access to UK climate projections (UKCP09) data relevant to the Scottish environment, and is intended for use by those with a more specialist knowledge of climate change and climate change scenario modelling.
The Scottish Landfill Communities Fund (SLCF) is a tax credit scheme that encourages landfill site operators to provide contributions to who can then pass these funds onto community and environmental projects.
The Scottish Pollutant Release Inventory (SPRI) is a database of annual mass releases of specified pollutants to air, water and land and off-site transfers of waste from SEPA regulated industrial sites.
The waste discover data tool presents waste from all sources generation and management data for Scotland. This application is aimed at the public, waste management industry, local authorities, educational and research establishments, environmental consultants, local and national government.
This is an interactive tool that presents information about SEPA permitted waste sites in a series of tables and charts. The tool covers all waste and landfill sites in Scotland as well as their capacities and types of waste handled.
The water environment hub is an online data tool for exploring the current river basin management plan for Scotland. It allows exploration and downloading of the plan’s full dataset at various spatial scales, as well as exploration of other data and information related to the Water Framework Directive.
See the status of the rivers, lochs, estuaries and coasts in Scotland, classified using the Water Framework Directive (WFD) classification scheme. Results are provided for all water bodies defined under the WFD, and include assessments of water quality, habitat condition, water flows and levels and invasive non-native species.