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[DRAFT] Database of Marine Larval Fish Assemblages in Australian temperate and subtropical waters (NIMO) 1983 - 2018

Australian Ocean Data Network
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere - Information and Data Centre (Point of Contact)
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Data is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence, please see link. Data is supplied 'as is' without any warranty or guarantee except as required by law to be given to you. The data may not be free of error, comprehensive, current or appropriate for your particular purpose. You accept all risk and responsibility for its use. Any users of this data are required to clearly acknowledge the source of the material. Attribution Statement for NRS Stations: "IMOS [year-of-data-download], [Title], [data-access-URL], accessed [date-of-download]." Attribution Statement for MNF Voyages: "The dataset [Insert-dataset-name-here] downloaded on [date-of-download] was collected on voyage [Insert-voyage-name-here] by the Marine National Facility."

Acknowledgements We acknowledge the contributions of all collaborators and their institutions. We acknowledge the Australian Fisheries Management Authority who funded part of this study (grant: 2015/0819), as well as the Marine National Facility and the Australian Research Council who provided funding in support of many of these projects. We acknowledge the support of the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS), which currently undertakes the larval fish monitoring at the National Reference Stations (NRS; project P12). We are grateful to the personnel who collect these NRS samples each month. If using data from project P12 please add the following acknowledgement: "Data were sourced from the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) – IMOS is a national collaborative research infrastructure, supported by the Australian Government."

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Larval fishes are a useful metric of marine ecosystem state and change, as well as species-specific patterns in phenology. The high level of taxonomic expertise required to identify larval fishes to species level, and the considerable effort required to collect them, make these data extremely valuable. Here we collate 3176 samples of larval fishes, from 12 research projects from 1983 to the present, from temperate and subtropical Australian waters. This forms a benchmark for the larval fish assemblage for the region, and includes recent monitoring of larval fishes at coastal oceanographic reference stations. Comparing larval fishes among projects can be problematic to due to differences in taxonomic resolution, and identifying all taxa to species can extremely challenging, so this study reports a standard taxonomic resolution (of 221 taxa) for this region to help guide future research. All data reported here has been expertly resolved to this taxonomic resolution. This larval fish database is freely available through the Australian Ocean Data Network Portal (AODN; http://portal.aodn.org.au/), and can serve as a data repository for surveys of larval fish assemblages in the region.

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James A. Smith
Anthony G. Miskiewicz
Lynnath E. Beckley
Jason D. Everett
Valquíria Garcia
Charles A. Gray
Alan R. Jordan
John Keane
Ana Lara-Lopez
Jeffrey M. Leis
Paloma A. Matis
Barbara A. Muhling
Francisco J. Neira
Anthony J. Richardson
Kimberley A. Smith
Kerrie M. Swadling
Augy Syahailatua
Matthew D. Taylor
Paul D. van Ruth
Tim M. Ward
Iain M. Suthers

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Data sourced and stored in native format (xls).
2017-05-11: Data uploaded to CSIRO's Data Access Portal

Data time period: 1983-01 to 2017-12

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