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Water Quality dataset, Great Barrier Reef

Australian Ocean Data Network
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
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Resource Usage: \n Data from 2005 (denoted by WQ*) must acknowledge GBRMPA and the Australian Government Deparment of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. \nData denoted with UWF need to acknowledge IMOS/GBROOS. \nThe data were collected under contract between AIMS and another party(s). Specific agreements for access and use of the data shall be negotiated separately. \nContact the AIMS Data Centre (adc@aims.gov.au) for further information.\n \n Access Constraint: restricted \nUse Constraint: restricted \nSecurity classification code: unclassified \n \n \nMetadata Usage: \nAccess Constraint: restricted \nUse Constraint: intellectualPropertyRights \nSecurity classification code: unclassified \n

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Each collection station is denoted by date, latitude and longitude. The data were sampled at several depths at each site: the number of samples was primarily, but not always, dependent on bottom-depth. A unique identifier has been assigned to each replicate. \n \nVariables: depth, dissolved inorganic phosphate (DIP), silicate, ammonium, nitrite, nitrate, dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN), dissolved organic carbon (DOC), temperature, salinity, particulate nitrogen (PN), particulate phosphorus (PP), particulate organic carbon (POC), zooplankton, total dissolved nitrogen (TDN), total dissolved phosphorus (TDP), Chlorophyll a, phaeophytin, Secchi disk. Weather information is recorded on swell and wind. \n \nInformation about the methods used are in the Data Quality section of this metadata record.\n To collect information about water quality on the Great Barrier Reef. To assist in better defining the range of conditions within which reefs normally exist and the extreme conditions likely to cause significant changes in biological reef communities.\n Chlorophyll a, PP, PN and Secchi data have been used for the e-Atlas: \nhttp://e-atlas.org.au \n \nData plot checks by year revealed seemingly abnormally high values of nitrogen-based parameters 1976-1987 with typical values >10 times those of later years. Since many other variables had no data for this period, the data for all parameters was restricted to the period 1988 to current. \n \nMethods are summarised in the data quality section of this metadata record.\n

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Furnas, Miles J, Dr (Principal Investigator)

Modified: 20200629

Data time period: 1976-01-01

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