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WAMSI 2 - Kimberley Node - Project 1.1.3 - Ecological connectivity of Kimberley marine communities (ECU - AIMS)

Australian Ocean Data Network
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
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The overarching objective is to infer the routine distances of dispersal and patterns of connectivity among key populations within the Kimberley. Nine sub-projects will address this objective. The data provided by these methods are complimentary, and each improves the others. The projects and objectives can be summarised as:
- Existing samples and desktop study
- Genetic analyses
- Coral stock-recruitment and larval durations
- Fish otolith microchemistry

Genotypes data have been generated from seven marine organisms:
1. Tectus niloticus - gastropod (CSIRO)
2. Pomacentrus milleri - fish (CSIRO)
3. Lutjanus carponotatus - fish (CSIRO)
4. Halophila ovalis - seagrass (ECU)
5. Thalassia hemprichii - seagrass (ECU)
6. Isopora brueggmanni - coral (AIMS)
7. Acropora aspera - coral (AIMS)

There is a CSIRO metadata record that describes data for Tectus niloticus; Pomacentrus milleri and Lutjanus carponotatus (http://www.marlin.csiro.au/geonetwork/srv/eng/search#!0d389dab-d6e2-4895-ba09-389e689b565e)

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Samples obtained from a total of 5009 individuals and 157 sites were genotyped using either single nucleotide polymorphism DNA markers (SNPs; corals, mollusc, fishes) or microsatellite DNA markers (seagrass) (see thumbnail). For further details refer to final report

Modified: 07 07 2016

Data time period: 2013 to 07 2015

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123.1,-16.35

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Location of ECU and AIMS genotype data on Pawsey (Embargoed until 2019)

uri : https://data.pawsey.org.au/public/?path=/WA Node Ocean Data Network/WAMSI2/KMRP/1.1/1.1.3