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Reproduction and recruitment underlie the maintenance of biological communities. For most marine organisms the ocean environment provides the potential for widespread dispersal of organisms during various life cycle stages via currents, tides and wind.
Within the Kimberley region, key biological communities have a range of reproductive modes. Understanding patterns of larval connectivity is critical to managing the exposure of biological communities to disturbances in space and time.

KSN Project 1.1.3 employed genomic tools (microsatellite DNA markers and single nucleotide polymorphisms) and microchemistry to provide the first comprehensive measurements of the distances moved by marine organisms between Kimberley reefs, and how frequently organisms move between the Kimberley and other regions (e.g. offshore shoals, the Pilbara). The research also identified potential barriers to movement. Seven organisms (two hard corals, two seagrasses, a mollusc, two fishes) were chosen as models for exploring connectivity in the Kimberley at both fine and broad scales.

Samples for genetic analysis were collected during joint WAMSI/traditional owner field trips to the Dampier Peninsular and Buccaneer Archipelago in Spring and Summer 2014.

This metadata record applies to three of the seven species investigated as part of project WAMSI 2 KSN 1.1.3. The data held is Raw SNP genotype. Metadata records associated with other species and lodged by AIMS, WA Museum, Curtin University, Department of Fisheries (WA) and Edith Cowan University can be accessed via Pawsey.

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Raw SNP genotype files filtered for quality based on criteria detailed in report and publications. Final codominant SNP genotypes and location data lodged on the CSIRO DAP (as described above). Unfiltered data held by researchers.

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Credit
Oliver Berry (CSIRO)
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Zoe Richards (Western Australian Museum)
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Jim Underwood (AIMS)
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Kathryn McMahon (ECU)
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Glenn Moore (Western Australian Museum)
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Mike Travers (Department of Fisheries WA)
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Udi Hernawan (ECU)
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Joey DiBattista (Curtin University)
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Bardi Jawi Rangers and traditional owners, Mayala traditional owners provided field assistance, equipment and local knowledge.

Data time period: 2014-07-01 to 2016-12-30

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  • global : 0d389dab-d6e2-4895-ba09-389e689b565e
  • Local : Marlin Record Number: 14428
  • Local : Anzlic Identifier: ANZCW0306014428