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CoralWatch Reef Data Collection

The University of Queensland
CoralWatch Community (Managed by)
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Datasets are available for download from the CoralWatch website http://www.coralwatch.org/web/guest/reef

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The CoralWatch Reef Data Collection consists of community contributed datasets describing coral reef conditions worldwide since 2003. Datasets are available based on reef location and survey date. Reef conditions are measured using a Coral Health Chart that contains a series of sample colours, with variation in brightness representing different stages of bleaching/recovery, based on controlled experiments. Simple coral type (species) data is also collected.
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