In England, Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) are designated by Natural England, which is responsible for protecting England's natural environment. Designation as an SSSI gives legal protection to the most important wildlife and geological sites. As of August 2019, there are 37 sites designated in Greater London, 30 of which have been designated for their biological interest and 7 for their geological interest. Two sites are Special Protection Areas, three are Special Areas of Conservation, one is a Ramsar wetland site, two are National Nature Reserves, nine are Local Nature Reserves, seven are Geological Conservation Review sites, one is a Nature Conservation Review site, one is on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens and one includes a Scheduled Monument. Three sites are

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  • In England, Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) are designated by Natural England, which is responsible for protecting England's natural environment. Designation as an SSSI gives legal protection to the most important wildlife and geological sites. As of August 2019, there are 37 sites designated in Greater London, 30 of which have been designated for their biological interest and 7 for their geological interest. Two sites are Special Protection Areas, three are Special Areas of Conservation, one is a Ramsar wetland site, two are National Nature Reserves, nine are Local Nature Reserves, seven are Geological Conservation Review sites, one is a Nature Conservation Review site, one is on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens and one includes a Scheduled Monument. Three sites are managed by the London Wildlife Trust, two by the Essex Wildlife Trust, two by the Kent Wildlife Trust, one by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust, one by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and one by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust. Greater London is one of the largest urban areas in Europe, with an area of 1,572 km2 (607 sq mi). Its boundaries were set in 1965 when Greater London, which covers the 32 London boroughs and the City of London, was created. Almost two-thirds of it is green space and wetlands. Its population according to the 2011 census was 8.17 million. (en)
  • Londra si adagia sulle sponde del fiume Tamigi. La conurbazione circostante (la cosiddetta Greater London) si estende su un'area di 1.577 km² e conta, ad oggi, una popolazione di 7.512.400 abitanti, rendendola la seconda regione più densamente abitata del Regno Unito. Ciononostante, sebbene la Greater London rappresenti una delle realtà urbane più ampie in Europa, vi è una compenetrazione fra città e campagna riscontrabile solo in pochissime altre capitali europee, che non hanno aree verdi tanto ampie a fare da corona. In effetti, Londra risulta essere prevalentemente composta da riserve naturali e acquitrini, che ne rappresentano circa il 66% del territorio. Al 2015, vi sono 37 siti che sono protetti in quanto «Area of search» (Area di ricerca); di questi, 30 sono stati così designati per il loro interesse biologico, mentre i restanti 7 per l'interesse geologico rivestito. In Inghilterra, l'ente responsabile per la nomina dei «Sites of Special Scientific Interests» (SSSI; Siti di speciale interesse scientifico) è , i cui criteri si basano sulle caratteristiche geologiche, fisiografiche, e sulla fauna e flora presente nel sito. La tabella proposta di seguito riassume le informazioni salienti sui 37 siti SSSI; i dati sono tratti dal sito web della Natural England. (it)
  • Это список участков особого научного значения (УОНЗ) на территории Большого Лондона. Большой Лондон — административная единица в Англии, обычно также известная как Лондон. Был образован в 1965 году из Лондонского графства и частей других близлежащих графств. Энциклопедия Британника определяет Большой Лондон как метропольное графство. Общая площадь — 1572 км2. На территории Большого Лондона было выделено 36 участков особого научного значения: 29 из них представляют особый биологический интерес, 7 — геологический интерес. Специальный охраняемый статус получают памятники природы биологического и геологического значения в соответствии со специальными правилами выбора. В Англии за присвоение статуса участка особого научного значения отвечает организация , специалисты которой оценивают, представляет ли данная территория особый интерес в силу своей фауны, флоры, геологических, физико-географических или геоморфологических особенностей. Natural England была создана 1 октября 2006 года в результате объединения трёх организаций — , и ; она получила все их полномочия, в частности по присвоению статуса территориям особого научного значения. Представленные в списке данные отсортированы в алфавитном порядке оригинальных названий на английском языке. (ru)
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  • In England, Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) are designated by Natural England, which is responsible for protecting England's natural environment. Designation as an SSSI gives legal protection to the most important wildlife and geological sites. As of August 2019, there are 37 sites designated in Greater London, 30 of which have been designated for their biological interest and 7 for their geological interest. Two sites are Special Protection Areas, three are Special Areas of Conservation, one is a Ramsar wetland site, two are National Nature Reserves, nine are Local Nature Reserves, seven are Geological Conservation Review sites, one is a Nature Conservation Review site, one is on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens and one includes a Scheduled Monument. Three sites are (en)
  • Londra si adagia sulle sponde del fiume Tamigi. La conurbazione circostante (la cosiddetta Greater London) si estende su un'area di 1.577 km² e conta, ad oggi, una popolazione di 7.512.400 abitanti, rendendola la seconda regione più densamente abitata del Regno Unito. Ciononostante, sebbene la Greater London rappresenti una delle realtà urbane più ampie in Europa, vi è una compenetrazione fra città e campagna riscontrabile solo in pochissime altre capitali europee, che non hanno aree verdi tanto ampie a fare da corona. In effetti, Londra risulta essere prevalentemente composta da riserve naturali e acquitrini, che ne rappresentano circa il 66% del territorio. Al 2015, vi sono 37 siti che sono protetti in quanto «Area of search» (Area di ricerca); di questi, 30 sono stati così designati per (it)
  • Это список участков особого научного значения (УОНЗ) на территории Большого Лондона. Большой Лондон — административная единица в Англии, обычно также известная как Лондон. Был образован в 1965 году из Лондонского графства и частей других близлежащих графств. Энциклопедия Британника определяет Большой Лондон как метропольное графство. Общая площадь — 1572 км2. На территории Большого Лондона было выделено 36 участков особого научного значения: 29 из них представляют особый биологический интерес, 7 — геологический интерес. (ru)
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  • List of Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Greater London (en)
  • Siti di speciale interesse scientifico di Londra (it)
  • Список участков особого научного значения Большого Лондона (ru)
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