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Cetacean Sightings Survey and Southern Ocean Cetacean Program - BROKE-West

Atlas of Living Australia
Australian Antarctic Data Centre (Managed by)
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Data are freely available through GBIF, OBIS, SCAR-MarBIN and through the AADC web site. If substantial parts of the database is used for other data or information products, please acknowledge the source.

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The SOCEP research objective is to detect and document cetacean sightings and relevant environmental and other information throughout the voyage. The BROKE-West multidisciplinary voyage provides an opportunity to correlate sightings data with oceanographic and biology research conducted by other programs. Search effort is conducted over a broad range of weather conditions. The majority of Antarctic species are medium to large whales, with cues that can be detected in relatively high Beaufort sea states up to and including Beaufort Sea State 7.

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Includes: point occurrence data
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