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IMAS Baited Remote Underwater Video (BRUV) highlights

University of Tasmania, Australia
Monk, Jacquomo ; Barrett, Neville
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Brief description

The imagery provides representative and highlight clips from the quantitative sampling of the abundance, body size and diversity of demersal fishes baited remote underwater stereo video (stereo BRUV) in and around Tasman Fracture, Huon and Freycinet Australia Marine Parks (AMPs). The dataset allows examination of changes in fish communities over time as part of ongoing monitoring of these AMPs. There are plans for ongoing surveys as part of Parks Australia's management of the AMPs. The methods and key findings of the work are described in detail in Monk et al. (2016) and Perkins et al. (2022).

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Baited remote underwater stereo video were used following national standards by Langlois et al. (2020). QA checks were done using CheckEM and final data submitted to GlobalAchive.

Data time period: 2015-04-30

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148.73584,-41.75205 148.73584,-44.16225 145.87939,-44.16225 145.87939,-41.75205 148.73584,-41.75205

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  • global : 3a6d2907-51f7-4871-912e-1ba09e543c7e