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Belt transect surveys (50m) were used to monitor the benthic community structure through time at experimental (lobster additions/ research reserve sites or abalone diver urchin culls) and control sites in eastern Tasmania. Measures of percentage cover of key algal guilds, percentage of reef grazed by sea urchins, number of sea urchins (Centrostephanus rodgersii, Heliocidaris erythrogramma), Abalone (Haliotis Rubra), Rock lobsters (Jasus edwardsii) and type of substratum were recorded.

Created: 16 09 2011

Data time period: 04 2007 to 02 2011

This dataset is part of a larger collection

148.5,-41.2 148.5,-41.4 148.3,-41.4 148.3,-41.2 148.5,-41.2

148.4,-41.3

148.4,-42.15 148.4,-42.35 148.2,-42.35 148.2,-42.15 148.4,-42.15

148.3,-42.25

148.2,-42.5 148.2,-42.7 148,-42.7 148,-42.5 148.2,-42.5

148.1,-42.6

148,-42.8 148,-43 147.8,-43 147.8,-42.8 148,-42.8

147.9,-42.9

148,-43 148,-43.1 147.9,-43.1 147.9,-43 148,-43

147.95,-43.05

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