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Trail cameras and boat ramp interviews for assessing perceptions, understandings and recreational fishing of AMPs

Australian Ocean Data Network
Lynch, Tim, Dr ; Burton, Michael
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Trail cameras were used to collect novel primary data relating to boat ramp use and distributions in relation to an offshore Marine Park (Freycinet Marine Park). Interviews were also conducted on boat ramps of marine recreational trailer-boat fishers to investigate their behaviour and perceptions of FMP.

This record describes the context of the study and methodology. Raw data obtained from trail cameras are attached to this record, all other data is synthesised in the report linked in the 'Online Resources' section.

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Tim Lynch (CSIRO), Michael Burton (UWA)
National Environmental Science Program (NESP) Marine Biodiversity Hub

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For the purposes of our pilot study we targeted major access point boat ramps adjacent to the Freycinet Marine Park (FMP). Four ramps were selected - St Helens, Bicheno, Swansea and Triabunna; each ramp allowed for the launching and retrieval of large (>5 m) trailer boats.

All four sites were monitored over a period of 9 days (26th March to 3rd April 2018) using both trail cameras and face to face interviews by clerks with recreational fishers returning from trailer boat trip. The trail cameras were triggered across entire 24 hours periods by the launching and retrieval of trailer vessels allowed us to assess relative numbers, peak times of ramp use and duration of trips. Simultaneously, during daylight hours, we interviewed a subset of this population of trailer boat users to gauge their activities and for the recreational fishers their reported spatial use, perceptions of fisheries and MPA management. Non-fishing parties and commercial fishers were identified during interviews and counted but were then excluded from interviews.

See linked report for full methodology.

Created: 20190801

Data time period: 2018-03-26 to 2018-04-03

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