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Deep Reef Substrata at Ningaloo Marine Park - Area 5

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Deep Reef Substrata at Ningaloo Marine Park - Area 5


Data from multibeam echosounder surveys taken as part of the Ningaloo Outlook project are classified into various seafloor cover types according to their hardness, rugosity and depth. The classifications are validated with towed video ground truth where it is available. Three AOIs are classified, two that were explicitly part of the Ningaloo Outloo... more


Conservation and Biodiversity Environmental Management Environmental Monitoring Natural Resource Management Sedimentology


https://doi.org/10.25919/kttc-x397


17 Mar 2019


28 Mar 2019


John Keesing
John.Keesing@csiro.au

coastal marine park habitat bathymetry substrate


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Please see the report: "Classifying Deep Reef Substrata at Ningaloo Marine Park" [2021] Simon Collings, Norm Campbell, Mark Tonks, Anthea Donovan and John Keesing and the attached document: AppendixE_ClassifiedMaps.docx


Simon Collings (Simon.Collings@data61.csiro.au) Norm Campbell Mark Tonks (Mark.Tonks@csiro.au) Anthea Donovan (Anthea.Donovan@csiro.au) John Keesing (john.keesing@csiro.au)


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CSIRO (Australia)


Collings, Simon; Campbell, Norman; Tonks, Mark; Donovan, Anthea; Keesing, John (2021): Deep Reef Substrata at Ningaloo Marine Park - Area 5. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/kttc-x397


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2021.


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Location Details

22°41′8.1″ S


23°9′27.33″ S


113°46′51″ E


113°29′41.22″ E


WGS84


About this Project

2016 NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub Project D3 - Evaluating and monitoring the status of marine biodiversity assets on the continental shelf MBH


Rocky reefs are an important habitat on the continental shelf and subject to multiple pressures. Their high productivity and biodiversity values has led them to be identified as Key Ecological Features within the Commonwealth marine bioregional planning framework. The vast majority are unmapped and knowledge of their biology or representation withi... more


John Keesing


Classify substrate


Data from multibeam echosounder surveys taken as part of the Ningaloo Outlook project are classified into various seafloor cover types according to their hardness, rugosity and depth. The classifications are validated with towed video ground truth where it is available. Three AOIs are classified, two that were explicitly part of the Ningaloo Outloo... more


Analysis


multibeam echosounder


Simon Collings


Norman Campbell


Mark Tonks


Anthea Donovan


John Keesing


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