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1. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Bioresources Library. [AIMS_REEF_Bioresource_Library]   PARENT METADATA
Collection of marine organisms for bioactivity screening, focused in the shallow waters off the coastlines of Queensland and Western Australia, beginning in 1987 and continuing to the present. Small ...


2. Environmental Impact Assessment of the Davis Sewage Outfall [DAVIS_STP]   CHILD METADATA
Untreated, macerated wastewater effluent has been discharged to the sea at Davis Station since 2005, when the old wastewater treatment infrastructure was removed. This environmental assessment was ...


3. National Benthic Infaunal Database (NBID) [NBID]   CHILD METADATA
The NBID is a quantitative database on abundances of individual benthic species by sample and study region, along with other synoptically measured environmental variables. The NBID component provides ...


4. National Benthic Inventory for Coastal Macro-infauna (NBI) (USOBIS) [nbi-obis]   PARENT METADATA
The NBID is a quantitative database on abundances of individual benthic species by sample and study region, along with other synoptically measured environmental variables. The NBI is a data source ...


5. Survey of Benthic and Other Marine Invertebrates of Prydz Bay Region, Antarctica [ASAC_21]
Project Title: Survey of benthic and other marine invertebrates of the Prydz Bay region, Antarctica. Investigators: Dr W. Zeidler and Mrs K.L. Gowlett-Holmes, South Australian Museum, Adelaide. Project ...


6. Trophic Ecology of the Antarctic Nearshore Zone [TRENZ]   CHILD METADATA
Project Objectives 1) To describe trophic relationships in near shore marine benthic ecosystems of East Antarctica and determine the importance of environmental forces (such as sea ice and primary ...


7. Trophic Ecology of the Antarctic Nearshore Zone - Stable Isotope datasets [TRENZ_Stable_Isotopes]   CHILD METADATA   PARENT METADATA
Project Objectives 1) To describe trophic relationships in near shore marine benthic ecosystems of East Antarctica and determine the importance of environmental forces (such as sea ice and primary ...


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