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This data set was collected by one or more temperature loggers deployed around the site of NE Hat Point.

Instrumentation was deployed for measuring Water Temperature from 24 May 2016 through to 24 May 2017, and the installation was located at/on NEHATPOINT Latitude:-13.9154 - Longitude:126.03748. Sensor deployed was a HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 manufactured by HOBO, model Water Temp Pro v2.

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Reefs are under threat from climate change. Elevated sea temperature is a major stress to reefs, capable of causing widespread coral bleaching and mortality. Small excursions of temperature outside normal summer levels can cause stress and bleaching in corals, especially sensitive species. Temperature data from this program are used to correlate with bleaching events and derive local bleaching thresholds. Data are also used in a wide variety of other marine research programs, including fisheries, balast water, turtles, sea birds, seagrass, coral disease, oceanography, process studies, validation of proxy climate records etc.
Bainbridge, S: AIMS (Principal Investigator)
Berkelmans, RWC: AIMS

Created: 20160524

Data time period: 24 05 2016 to 24 05 2017

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