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Jervis Bay Booderee National Park Plot Network: Nocturnal Mammal and Bird Spotlight Surveys, Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay Territory, 2003+

Long Term Ecological Research Network
Mr Christopher MacGregor (Managed by) Professor David Lindenmayer (Managed by, Owned by)
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This work is licensed under Creative Commons - Attribution 4.0 International. The licence allows others copy, distribute, display, and perform the work and derivative works based upon it provided that they credit the original source and any other nominated parties.
Special Conditions:
Co-authorship with the data provider (Professor David Lindenmayer) of any publication of research utilising this data is an expected outcome. The data provider requests consultation, including a summary of the proposed research and intended use before publication of research utilising this data is possible.

Please note that data collected prior to 2012 is available via mediated access only.

Accordingly, this package provides four data tables: two with mediated access containing all data in the time series to date, and another two with open access containing all data from 2012 onwards.

Spatial coordinates for site codes (site_number) are available at http://www.ltern.org.au/knb/metacat/ltern7.73/html (Jervis Bay Booderee National Park Plot Network: Plot Details - Spatial Coordinates, Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay Territory, Australia)
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This nocturnal marsupial and bird focused count data package comprises transect-based spotlighting surveys conducted every one to two years along a 100m-long transect at each site. The abundance of species observed or heard is recorded, and counts are not undertaken in poor weather (rain, fog, or high wind). Each site is spotlit for 20 minutes per 100m transect. Spotlight surveys commenced in 2003, were conducted annually until 2007, and have been continued biennially since. Opportunistic records of the presence of amphibians, reptiles, other mammals, and a crustacean are included. The Jervis Bay Plot Network was established in 2002 in Booderee National Park in the Jervis Bay Territory, south-eastern Australia. The study location is a floristically diverse area in which fire history has been well-documented over several decades. The plot network’s objectives involve quantifying the inter-relationships between natural disturbance and/or management intervention (including weed and feral animal control and prescribed burning) and the reciprocal changes in vegetation condition and biodiversity response. This particular study forms part of the collection of data packages from the Jervis Bay Plot Network. A synopsis of related data packages which have been collected as part of the Jervis Bay Plot Network’s full program is provided at http://www.ltern.org.au/index.php/ltern-plot-networks/jervis-bay-booderee-national-park.

Data time period: 2003-02-24 to 2017-07-28

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150.76929,-35.114116 150.76929,-35.195078 150.590591,-35.195078 150.590591,-35.114116 150.76929,-35.114116

150.6799405,-35.154597

text: Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay Territory, south-eastern Australia.

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