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Oceanic Shoals Commonwealth Marine Reserve - Predicted pelagic diversity

Australian Ocean Data Network
Bouchet, Phil
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Brief description

This dataset provides predictions of pelagic vertebrate species richness and relative abundance throughout sub-areas of the Oceanic Shoals Australian Marine Park (AMP). Predictive models were constructed from in situ observations made using mid-water stereo-BRUVS (baited remote underwater video systems) deployed at 116 sites within three sampling areas in the western half of the AMP. Sampling took place in September and October 2012 aboard the RV Solander (survey GA0339/SOL5650), as part of an expedition supported by the National Environmental Research Programme's Marine Biodiversity Hub (Theme 3). Expedition partners included the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), Geoscience Australia (GA), The Centre for Marine Futures at the University of Western Australia (UWA), and the Northern Territory Museum. Full methodological details can be found in the following peer-reviewed publication: Bouchet, P.J., Letessier, T.B., Caley, M.J., Nichol, S.L., Hemmi, J.M., Meeuwig, J. (2020). Submerged carbonate banks aggregate pelagic megafauna in offshore tropical Australia. Front. Mar. Sci. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2020.00530

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Pelagic species richness and relative abundance were modelled as a function of seafloor characteristics (derived from high-resolution multibeam maps) in each sampling area using generalised additive mixed models (GAMMs). Uncertainty was accounted for and propagated via bootstrapping (n = 100) of the original data. For further details, see Bouchet, P.J., Letessier, T.B., Caley, M.J., Nichol, S.L., Hemmi, J.M., Meeuwig, J. (2020). Submerged carbonate banks aggregate pelagic megafauna in offshore tropical Australia. Front. Mar. Sci. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2020.00530

Prediction data are supplied in GeoTiff format, and represent median predicted values of species richness and relative abundance across 100 bootstrap iterations, along with associated uncertainty (calculated as a robust coefficient of variation).

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Credit
National Environmental Science Program (NESP) Marine Biodiversity Hub

Created: 2017-03-15

Data time period: 2012-09-12

This dataset is part of a larger collection

127.467,-12.054 127.467,-12.223 127.381,-12.223 127.381,-12.054 127.467,-12.054

127.424,-12.1385

127.109,-11.39 127.109,-11.454 126.901,-11.454 126.901,-11.39 127.109,-11.39

127.005,-11.422

127.129,-11.75 127.129,-11.933 126.953,-11.933 126.953,-11.75 127.129,-11.75

127.041,-11.8415

Other Information
(DATA ACCESS - FINESCALE predicted pelagic diversity, abundance and uncertainty rasters [.zip direct download])

uri : https://data.imas.utas.edu.au/attachments/ef604d5c-6208-4a4a-9e68-9e5a26109588/OS_CMR_rasters_fine.zip

(DATA ACCESS - BROADSCALE predicted pelagic diversity, abundance and uncertainty rasters [.zip direct download])

uri : https://data.imas.utas.edu.au/attachments/ef604d5c-6208-4a4a-9e68-9e5a26109588/OS_CMR_rasters_broad.zip

Identifiers
  • global : ef604d5c-6208-4a4a-9e68-9e5a26109588