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2020 Keppel Island bleaching Study

Australian Institute of Marine Science
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
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Attribution: Format for citation of metadata sourced from Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) in a list of reference is as follows: "Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS). (2022). 2020 Keppel Island bleaching Study. https://doi.org/10.25845/SN2B-WS89, accessed[date-of-access]".

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Brief description

Data sets were intended to provide estimates of bleaching at the height of the 2020 bleaching event in the Keppel Islands and allow documentation of recover over the following 6-months


• Photo transects were completed in March, June and October 2020 at a maximum of 17 sites (a mix of upper and lower reef slope sites). Spot check photo surveys were undertaken in June 2020 at an additional 25 sites.


• Photos from transects were sampled as per AIMS LTMP methods in Jonker et al. 2008. Spot check photos were sampled using a similar method.


• Data were collected from tagged colonies of A.millepora at 4 locations. Approximately 350 colonies were tagged across Shelving Bay, Halfway, Mazie and Pumpkin Island.


• Data were analysed using a number of statistical analyses (glm, glmm) in order to identify changes in coral cover and bleaching between sites and depths and time periods.


• The relationship between eReef derived temperatures and currents and both bleaching and rates of recovery from bleaching were also examined.


This study examined the following parameters:



Abundance of coral biota

Taxonomic identity of biota

Bleaching status of biota

Rates of water flow

Water temperatures

Lineage

Maintenance and Update Frequency: notPlanned
Statement: Photo transects and photos from spot check sites were sampled as per Jonker et al. 2008 by one trained individual for consistency.

Jonker et al. 2008: https://www.aims.gov.au/sites/default/files/Sop%20No%2010.pdf


Source imagery for the surveys in April, June and October 2020 (between 8-10 GB each survey), are available from the repository by request.

Notes

Credit
Randal, CJ. (AIMS)
Credit
Giuliano, C (AIMS)
Credit
Bay, LK. (AIMS)
Credit
Woppaburra Coral Project (BHP), Australia
Credit
Page, CA. Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)

Modified: 15 07 2024

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Other Information
Bleaching Environmental Analyses [Rmd file size: 55KB]

uri : https://api.aims.gov.au/data-v2.0/b4014ccb-06e0-45ca-a507-3dea7e0f442b/files/Bleaching_Environmental_Analyses.Rmd

Page et al (2022) Bleaching Analysis [R file size: 5KB]

uri : https://api.aims.gov.au/data-v2.0/b4014ccb-06e0-45ca-a507-3dea7e0f442b/files/Page_et_al_2022_Bleaching_Analysis.R

Page et al (2022) Keppel 2020 Bleaching Data [Excel file size: 3.29MB]

uri : https://api.aims.gov.au/data-v2.0/b4014ccb-06e0-45ca-a507-3dea7e0f442b/files/Page_et_al_2022_Keppel_2020_Bleaching_Data.xlsx

Jonker M, Johns K and Osborne K (2008) Surveys of benthic reef communities using underwater digital photography and counts of juvenile corals. Long term Monitoring of the Great Barrier Reef. Standard Operational Procedure Number 10. Australian Institute of Marine Science. 75 p. https://doi.org/10.25845/DE6K-WM48

doi : https://doi.org/10.25845/DE6K-WM48

Page et al (2022) Keppel Bleaching Paper Code [R File size: 16 KB]

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Site level - temp metrics data [excel file: 76KB]

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Page, Cathie A., Giuliano, Christine, Bay, Line K., and Randall, Carly J.. 2023. “ High Survival Following Bleaching Underscores the Resilience of a Frequently Disturbed Region of the Great Barrier Reef.” Ecosphere 14(2): e4280. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.4280

doi : https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.4280

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