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Predictions of dominant habitat from the South-west Corner Marine Park (NESP MaC 1.4)

University of Tasmania, Australia
Spencer, Claude ; Langlois, Tim
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Predictions of dominant habitats were completed as part of a report funded by the NESP Marine & Coastal Hub. This report focussed on an IUCN II zone in the South-west Corner Marine Park off the 'Capes region' near Margaret River. This modelling contains data from stereo Baited Remote Underwater Video and panoramic drop camera, and was completed using the FSS-GAM package in R. Predictions are at two different scales and resolutions, one using the broad 250m resolution Geoscience Australia bathymetry and the other using a 4m resolution multibeam survey from Geoscience Australia

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Data were collected using stereo Baited Remote Underwater Video and panoramic drop camera, and were analysed using the fss-GAM package in R following workflows described in Fisher et al. 2018. The predictions of dominant habitat type were conducted at 2 scales using the broad 250m bathymetry from Geoscience Australia, and using a fine 4m resolution multibeam survey from Geoscience Australia. For all datasets, 0 = Macroalgae, 1 = Sand, 2 = Sessile invertebrates & 3 = Rock.

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Credit
NESP Marine & Coastal Hub

Data time period: 2020-03-01 to 2021-03-31

This dataset is part of a larger collection

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115.04644,-33.74575 115.04644,-34.30119 114.34332,-34.30119 114.34332,-33.74575 115.04644,-33.74575

114.69488022365,-34.023471336672

Other Information
(DATA ACCESS - Zip package of broad- and fine-scale habitat (.shp/.tif) [direct download])

uri : https://data.imas.utas.edu.au/attachments/9ada4f7f-abf2-468b-a158-e1c7dba11b92/2020-2021_south-west_BOSS-BRUV_domhab.zip

(GitHub repo for South-West Corner benthos and fish survey design and analysis.)

uri : https://github.com/UWA-Marine-Ecology-Group-projects/mac-swc

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