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Sentinel Sensors and Water Quality
Physiological data (such as heart rate, shell gape) of sets of oysters deployed at two marine sites in the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, Tasmania, Australia: Coningham (approximate lat/lon -43.0915, 147.3015 ), and Redcliffs (approximate lat/lon -43.3120,147.083).
Water quality data (such as DO, Salinity, pH, Turbidity, Temp, Cond) for both Redcliffs ... moreand Coningham (also known as Tinderbox) site.
Sensors were deployed on 9th Nov 2018 at Coningham, and 18th Dec at Redcliffs. The dateset contains the measured water quality and oyster's physiological data up to 15 March 2019. At Redcliffs, there were four functional biosensors placed at the depth of 0.5, 1.5, 5, and 7 meters to measure the oyster's physiological data. On the other hand, there were five biosensors deployed at Coningham at the depth of 0.5, 1.5, 3.5, 5, and 10 meters.
The water quality at each site was measured using a YSI EXO2 multiparameter sonde at 5 m depth. less
Pattern Recognition and Data Mining
oyster physiology, water quality
This project was supported by funding from the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation on behalf of the Australian Government.
CSIRO Data Licence
CSIRO (Australia), Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (Australia)
McCulloch, John; Rahman, Ashfaqur; Hugo, Daniel; Rana, Md Mashud (2020): Sentinel Sensors and Water Quality. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO, Fisheries Research and Development Corporation 2020.
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Sentinel sensors: revolutionising our understanding and management of the estuarine environment
This project focuses on validating the novel use of biosensors on sentinel individuals to provide a biological perspective of environmental changes.
Md Mashud Rana