Dataset

Pelagic baited camera (stereo-BRUVs) survey of the Bremer Marine Park and adjacent areas (NESP Emerging Priorities Project EP2)

Australian Ocean Data Network
Meeuwig, Jessica
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This dataset relates to deployments of pelagic stereo-BRUVS conducted by the University of Western Australia within and to the west of the Bremer Marine Park in February/March 2017. The survey was undertaken to provide a baseline assessment of the pelagic assemblages occurring in the region as part of the NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub Emerging Priorities Project #EP2 (https://www.nespmarine.edu.au/project/ep2-surveying-marine-life-canyons-bremer-bay). A total of 791 individuals from 13 taxa were identified.

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Field methods followed Bouchet et al. 2015 (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1890/ES14-00380.1/full). A series of pelagic stereo-BRUV deployments (n=100, i.e. 20 sets of 5 rigs) were undertaken within and outside the Bremer AMP between 27th February and 8th March 2017. Camera units soaked for two hours and were set up in a longline configuration that allowed them to drift freely with prevailing currents. The resulting video footage was processed at the University of Western Australia Marine Futures Lab (http://www.meeuwig.org), using standard imagery analysis software (SeaGIS EventMeasure, https://www.seagis.com.au/event.html).

Created: 2017-12-06

Data time period: 2017-02-27 to 2017-03-08

119.998,-34.5888 119.998,-34.8462 119.3373,-34.8462 119.3373,-34.5888 119.998,-34.5888

119.66765,-34.7175

Other Information
NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub Project EP2 webpage

uri : https://www.nespmarine.edu.au/project/ep2-surveying-marine-life-canyons-bremer-bay