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Geomorphology and Habitats of the Lord Howe Island Shelf

Australian Ocean Data Network
Nichol, S. ; Brooke, B. ; Pack, T. ; Dittmar, A. ; Silec, J.
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Brief description

Flythrough movie showing the bathymetry of the shelf surrounding Lord Howe Island (NSW), with examples of seabed habitats and biota. The bathymetric image is derived from merged grids (8 m and 40 m resolution) that incorporates multibeam sonar collected in 2008 using a 30 kHz Simrad EM300 system on RV Southern Surveyor, legacy sonar data from various sources and satellite-derived bathymetry (grid development detailed in GA Record 2010/36). Key features on the shelf bathymetry include a drowned reef that encircles the island and intervening areas of sediment-covered basins. Lord Howe Island shelf is a study site for the Marine Biodiversity Research Hub, funded through the Commonwealth Environment Research Facilities (CERF) programme. Further information is provided in GA Record 2010/26.

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Issued: 2010

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159.4,-31.3 159.4,-31.9 158.9,-31.9 158.9,-31.3 159.4,-31.3

159.15,-31.6

text: westlimit=158.9; southlimit=-31.9; eastlimit=159.4; northlimit=-31.3

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