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Marine Connectivity Database

Australian Ocean Data Network
Kool, J. ; Nichol, S.L.
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Brief description

Population connectivity research involves investigating the presence, strength and characteristics of spatial and temporal relationships between populations. These data can be used in many different ways: to identify source-sink relationships between populations; to detect critical pathways or keystone habitats; to find natural clusters or biogeographic regions; or to investigate the processes underlying population genetic structure, among others. This information can be of significant value for managers and decision-makers when designing reserve networks, evaluating the potential spread of invasive species. This database represents the first publicly-available collection of national/continental-scale marine connectivity data.

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Maintenance and Update Frequency: asNeeded
Statement: Unknown

Issued: 2015

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