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Benthic annotations of stereo-BRUV and drop camera imagery from the South-west Corner Marine Park (NESP MaC 1.4)

University of Tasmania, Australia
Spencer, Claude ; Langlois, Tim
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Brief description

Benthic habitat annotations of stereo Baited Remote Underwater Video (Stereo-BRUV) and panoramic drop camera imagery, were completed as part of a report funded by the NESP Marine & Coastal Hub. This report focussed on an IUCN II zone in the South-west Corner Marine Park off the 'Capes region' near Margaret River. These data were analysed in TransectMeasure using a modified version of the CATAMI scheme.

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Stereo Baited Remote Underwater Video and panoramic drop camera imagery was annotated in TransectMeasure using 20 random points over the lower 50% of each image, using a modified version of the CATAMI scheme.

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Credit
NESP Marine & Coastal Hub

Data time period: 2020-03-01 to 2021-03-31

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Other Information
(DATA ACCESS - benthic annotations of imagery [CSV direct download])

uri : https://data.imas.utas.edu.au/attachments/eaa856a1-88ea-4399-8311-2c706e75e962/2020-2021_south-west_BOSS-BRUV.Habitat.csv

(DATA ACCESS - raw TransectMeasure files)

uri : https://github.com/UWA-Marine-Ecology-Group-projects/mac-swc/tree/main/data/raw/tm%20export

(GitHub repo for South-West Corner benthos and fish survey design and analysis.)

uri : https://github.com/UWA-Marine-Ecology-Group-projects/mac-swc

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