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Port Curtis introduced marine pest survey data

Central Queensland University
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The survey was designed in consultation with CRIMP and the Gladstone Port Authority. Survey methods were as prescribed in CRIMP Technical report Number 4 “Port surveys for introduced marine species: background considerations and sampling protocols”. Sampling sites were selected by CRIMP with sampling and analysis protocols approved by CRIMP prior to commencing the survey.