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Securing WAs Marine Futures Project - Towed Video

Australian Ocean Data Network
Taylor, Heather (Point of contact) Van Niel, Kimberly, Dr (collaborator)
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These broad principles will apply to getting access to the data (apart from data directly from marinefutures.info - 1) Data Access Committee (whom will be consulted when appropriate request is tabled) will consist of representatives from State and Australian Governments, NRM Regional bodies and UWA. 2) This group will provide four types of decisions; (i) open approvals, (ii) approvals with stipulations, (iii) deny access in full with rationale or (iv) limit access in some way (e.g. no current access but access after certain time period). 3) South coast will support data access management using cost recovery model for large requests 4) A delegated approvals process will be developed by South Coast to ensure timely responses to all requests

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The towed video surveys were conducted following the hydroacoustic surveys to collected spatially explicit information on the habitats seen across gradients observed in the multibeam data. The team carefully designed and conducted surveys for each of the study areas from June 2006 to November 2007. The field team collected over 320 hours of geo-referenced video footage, equivalent to approximately 900kms of linear footage, through various habitats in the study locations on the west and south coast.
Study areas include Abrolhos Islands, Jurien Bay, Rottnest Island, Capes / Geographe Bay, Broke Inlet, Mt. Gardner, Point Ann, Middle Island.

Created: 24 02 2009

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