Volunteers who were looking to work outdoors spent the day at Coombe Pool, one of Coventry's Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), clearing part of the tree line around the fisheries.
What does SSSIs stand for?
SSSIs stands for Sites of Special Scientific Interest (UK)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Signatures, Sensors, and Signal-processing Integration
- Site of Special Scientific Interest (British Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981)
- Site of Special Scientific Interest (under Antarctic Treaty)
- Skin and Skin Structure Infection
- Soil Science Society of Ireland
- Solid State Storage Initiative (Storage Networking Industry Association)
- Steelman Software Solutions, Inc. (Ontario, Canada)
- Strategic Security Solutions International (Afghanistan)
- Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning (India)
- Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences (Bangalore, India)
- Silicon Sensing Systems Japan (various locations)
- Smart Start San Jose (education initiative; San Jose, CA)
- Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (est. 1964)
- Surface Science Society of Japan
- Sharp Shooting Shadow Killerz (gaming clan)
- Stockholms Skridskoseglarklubb (Swedish: Stockholm Ice Skate Sailing Association)
- Students Supporting Street Kids (UK)
- Svenska Shetland Sheepdog Klubben (Norwegian: Swedish Shetland Sheepdog Club)
- Senior Services of Seattle/King County
- Safe School Suspension Lab (Natrona County School District)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Wirral has 10 Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) - more than any other on Merseyside - along with 70 Sites of Biological Importance (SBI), 220 designated green spaces in the current Unitary Development Plan for Wirral and 24 allotments.
The North East has 246 sites of special scientific interest where rare plants and animals thrive.
Wildlife - Many areas are sites of sites of special scientific interest, home to choughs and a range of plant life.
A review group has proposed a series of recommendations to ministers to secure better protection of nature-rich areas - outside Sites of Special Scientific Interest - called Wildlife Sites.
The plans, which would go before the Scottish Parliament, also include a new system to look after sites of special scientific interest.
No sites of special scientific interest or of historical importance are sited within the project foot print.
Gethin Pritchard, 24, from Waunfawr, will support specialist staff who work to protect Sites of Special Scientific Interest.