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2019 Hydrographic surveys of Freycinet, Huon and Tasman Fracture Marine Parks for Parks Australia

University of Tasmania, Australia
Barrett, Neville
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Brief description

IMAS/CSIRO undertook a multibeam mapping campaign in eastern and Southern Tasmania to map shelf waters of the Freycinet, Huon and Tasman Fracture Marine Parks and several reference areas for the Tasman Fracture Park, including waters around Pedra Brancha and South-west Cape. The dataset includes a post-processed transit along the mid-shelf i=of Western Tasmania. The dataset includes raw mutibeam outputs and post-processed data, including Caris Files, xyz data and geotiffs. A data report for this has been produced by CSIRO. The study was intended to increase knowledge of the distribution of habitats within the SE Australian Australian Marine Park network, and at nearby reference areas with similar habitat. This information is required to underpin subsequent biological monitoring of key habitats within the AMP network, and to contrast the observations within parks with nearby fished locations to determine the extent that changes in biological communities are driven by natural vs anthropogenic pressures.

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Multibeam sonar mapping with Kongsberg EM2040c operated by CSIRO. Data typically gridded to 2 m, including bathymetry and backscatter.

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Credit
National Environmental Science Program (NESP) Marine Biodiversity Hub

Data time period: 2019-03-01 to 2019-05-01

This dataset is part of a larger collection

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Other Information
(REPORT - Hydrographic Survey of the Freycinet, Huon and Tasman Fracture Australian Marine Parks)

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