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NESP Biodiversity Hub Hunter Marine Park Towed Video Imagery

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Raw downward facing still imagery of the seabed for Hunter Marine Park acquired using NSW Department of Planning Industry and Environment towed video system aboard RV Bombora for the National Environmental Science Program (NESP Biodiversity Hub). Fieldwork was funded, both cash and in-kind, by NSW DPIE and NESP in Year 5 (2019) of the program for 8-10 days of towed video over areas surveyed earlier in the program using a multi-beam echosounder (MBES) in 2015-16 and 2018-19 (NSW DPIE). A report titled 'Mapping and characterising the rocky reef habitat, fish and sessile invertebrate assemblages of the Hunter Marine Park' is available on the NESP website. Sites were randomly selected across mapped areas of the park's inner shelf, >3NM offshore of Seal Rocks, Broughton Island and Outer Gibber and covering depths of ~25-110m. Georeferenced (XYZ)and time-stamped (UTC) still imagery is accessible via DPIE Information Asset Register (IAR) and NSW Sharing and Enabling Environmental Data (SEED) website and linked to the online annotation platform Squidle+.

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