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UniDive Point Lookout Ecological Assessment Marine Conservation

The University of Queensland
Dr Christiaan Roelfsema (Author)
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2014, The University of Queensland

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Off the coast of Point Lookout (Stradbroke Island, Queensland) lie a number of rocky reef systems that support and attract a diverse range of marine flora and fauna, as well as recreational and commercial activities such as fishing and SCUBA diving. These activities along with environmental impacts such as floods may be affecting the ecological health of the area. This study will assess the health of these systems in comparison to a similar study carried out in 2001.

Issued: 2014

Data time period: 03 2014 to 12 2014

153.389740,-27.370167 153.650665,-27.370167 153.650665,-27.474999 153.389740,-27.474999 153.389740,-27.370167

153.5202025,-27.422583

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