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Jervis Bay Mangrove and Saltmarsh Data 1988-1991

Australian Ocean Data Network
CSIRO O&A, Information & Data Centre (Point of contact) Data Officer (AR), Hobart (Processor of)
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Brief description

This dataset contains data on species distributions, productivity, reproduction and growth of mangroves and saltmarshes from Jervis Bay, NSW. The data were obtained from a variety of surveys and measurement techniques between October 1988 and July 1991. Taxa identified comprised of about 130 vascular flora species, 15 of which are exotic. Species numbers range from 2 species in the mangroves to more than 80 in the fringe forest. Population structures of the 5 dominant species - Avicennia marina, Aegiceras corniculatum, Casuarina glauca, Sclerostegia arbuscula and Gahnia filum vary spatially. Temporal change in populations of Avicennia has occurred over time intervals of 20 years, the other species appear to have remained stable over the past 50 years. 13 maps on the mangrove and saltmarsh complexes have been prepared at a scale of 1:4000. The Jervis Bay mangroves and saltmarshes were compared with other locations around Batemans Bay and Port Hacking. NB - As the database has been lost, the only data still available are those published in the JERVIS BAY BASELINE STUDIES Final Report.

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Source: original field data. Voucher specimens were collected for most species and floristic lists were compiled from quadrats, transects, and field reconnaissance. Processing: statistical comparisons use ANOVA. Taxonomic ID's: The New South Wales National Herbarium identifed many difficult and poorly preserved plant specimens.

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Credit
Department of Defence (funding)
Credit
P. Clarke and Hugh Kirkman (CSIRO Division of Fisheries)

Data time period: 1988-10-01 to 1991-07-31

This dataset is part of a larger collection

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150.8,-35 150.8,-35.15 150.65,-35.15 150.65,-35 150.8,-35

150.725,-35.075

Identifiers
  • global : 0cde3f9e-2799-4c34-b71c-7367c4a8d604
  • Local : Marlin Record Number: 1424
  • Local : Anzlic Identifier: ANZCW0306001424