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WAMSI 2 - Kimberley Node - Project 1.1.3 - Ecological connectivity of Kimberley marine communities (ECU - AIMS) [dataset]

Edith Cowan University
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This dataset is currently embargoed. To request for access, kindly contact James Gilmour (j.gilmour@aims.gov.au)

Full description

The overarching objective is to infer the routine distances of dispersal and patterns of connectivity among key populations within the Kimberley. Nine sub-projects will address this objective. The data provided by these methods are complimentary, and each improves the others. The projects and objectives can be summarised as:

- Existing samples and desktop study

- Genetic analyses

- Coral stock-recruitment and larval durations

- Fish otolith microchemistry

Genotypes data have been generated from seven marine organisms:

1. Tectus niloticus - gastropod (CSIRO)

2. Pomacentrus milleri - fish (CSIRO)

3. Lutjanus carponotatus - fish (CSIRO)

4. Halophila ovalis - seagrass (ECU)

5. Thalassia hemprichii - seagrass (ECU)

6. Isopora brueggmanni - coral (AIMS)

7. Acropora aspera - coral (AIMS)

There is a CSIRO metadata record that describes data for Tectus niloticus; Pomacentrus milleri and Lutjanus carponotatus (http://www.marlin.csiro.au/geonetwork/srv/eng/search# !0d389dab-d6e2-4895-ba09-389e689b565e)

Spatial representation type :

Vector: vector data is used to represent geographic data

StereoModel: three-dimensional view formed by the intersecting homologous rays of an overlapping pair of images

Geographic bounding :

North bound: -16.00000, West bound: 123.50000, East bound: 122.70000, South bound:-16.70000

133.77513599999997,-25.274398

133.775136,-25.274398

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