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Pilbara Marine Conservation Partnership (PMCP) - Environmental Drivers: Coastal Reef Monitoring (Ningaloo) 2014-2015

Australian Ocean Data Network
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This dataset captures temperature and water depth at three general localities in Western Australia: Tantabiddi North (Ningaloo Coast), Tantabiddi South (Ningaloo Coast), and Osprey Bay (Ningaloo) for the period December 2014 - March 2015. Note: Instruments were deployed as an array at each subsite. Therefore a number of subsites exist at a given locality. This Dataset sits within the Environmental Pressures (Drivers) theme. The Pilbara Marine Conservation Partnership (PMCP) was an initiative designed to enhance the net conservation benefits of the globally-significant coral reef ecosystems of the Pilbara (Western Australia) by providing an assessment of the condition and trajectory of key ecological values. These assessments were designed to inform and complement existing governance and management arrangements and the PMCP is intended to provide ongoing advice and assessment for conservation efforts in the region, providing lasting benefits. The PMCP concept is based on three core ecological components, namely: Coral Reef Health - concentrating mainly on habitat forming primary producers. Fish and Sharks - their community structure, interactions and impacts on lower trophic levels. Environmental Pressures - physical and anthropogenic factors that influence the condition of reefs and associated biota.

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Partner Institutions: CSIRO and University of Western Australia (UWA). The study is funded by the Gorgon Barrow Island Net Conservation Benefit Fund, which forms part of Western Australia's Gorgon gas project - a partnership between Chevron, ExxonMobil and Shell.

Ryan Lowe (UWA)

Data time period: 2014-08-12 to 2015-03-22

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