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1. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Long-term monitoring Program: Nearshore corals of the Great Barrier Reef [AIMS_LTM_NS]   PARENT DIF
Surveys of coral species richness were carried out at nearshore reefs of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia in conjunction with surveys of size structure and percentage cover of hard and soft coral ...


2. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Summer planktonic communities of North West Cape, Western Australia [AIMS_Copepods_NWCape]
The community composition of pelagic copepods near Australia's North West Cape was studied during the austral summers of 1997/1998 and 1998/1999 from sampling from a set of 8 stations along a 36km ...


3. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Surveys of Octocoral communities, benthic cover and environmental factors on coral reefs of Hong Kong [AIMS_Octocorals_HK]
All surveys were carried out by the principal researcher using Rapid Ecological Assessment. On each reef, 1-3 sites were surveyed with up to 5 transects (usually 200-300m long, 1-3m wide for 10-15 ...


4. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Surveys of Octocoral communities, benthic cover and environmental factors on coral reefs of Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea [AIMS_Octocorals_PNG]
All surveys were carried out by the principal researcher using Rapid Ecological Assessment. On each reef 1-3 sites were surveyed with up to 5 transects (usually 200-300m long, 1-3m wide for 10-15 ...


5. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Surveys of Octocoral communities, benthic cover and environmental factors on coral reefs of Torres Strait [AIMS_Octocorals_TS]
All surveys were carried out by the principal researcher using Rapid Ecological Assessment. On each reef 1-3 sites were surveyed with up to 5 transects (usually 200-300m long, 1-3m wide for 10-15 ...


6. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Surveys of Octocorals communities, benthic cover and environmental factors on coral reefs of Palau [AIMS_Octocorals_Palau]
All surveys were carried out by the principal researcher using Rapid Ecological Assessment. On each reef 1-3 sites were surveyed with up to 5 transects (usually 200-300m long, 1-3m wide for ...


7. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Surveys of Octocorals in the Rowley Shoals Marine Park and the Mermaid Reef National Marine Nature Reserve, Western Australia [AIMS_Octocorals_WA]
Octocoral biodiversity was surveyed at eighteen sites across all three Rowley Shoals (Mermaid, Clerke and Imperieuse Reefs). At each site, transects commenced at ~20m depth and ascended gradually, ...


8. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Zooplankton community composition of Darwin Harbour, Northern Territory [AIMS_Copepods_DarwinHarbour]
The composition of the zooplankton community in a macrotidal, tropical estuarine system (Darwin Harbour, Northern Territory, Australia) was studied over a 2 year period. In all, 32 copepod species ...


9. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Zooplankton community structure in Nearshore waters of the Great Barrier Reef [AIMS_Copepods_GBR]
A study of zooplankton from 10 stations located in nearshore waters adjacent to two catchments (one near-pristine and the other intensely farmed) of the Great Barrier Reef. CTD casts were made near ...


10. Northern Barrier Marine Life of the Great Barrier Reef [Northern_Barrier_Marine_Life]
Fish species collected specifically for the aquarium trade. Occasionally, observations of rare species, or species observed outside their normal range will be recorded but not collected for interest ...


11. AIMS - LTM Nearshore Corals (OBIS Australia) [AIMS_REEF_LTM]   PARENT DIF
Surveys of coral species richness were carried out at nearshore reefs of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia in conjunction with surveys of size structure and percentage cover of hard and soft coral ...


12. Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment – Benthic [AGRRA_Benthic]
Survey of health of reef communities in the Western Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico The Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment (AGRRA) Program is an international collaboration of ...


13. Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment – Fish [AGRRA_Fish]
The Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment (AGRRA) Program is an international collaboration of scientists and mangers aimed at determining the regional condition of reefs in the Western Atlantic ...


14. Australian Institute of Marine Science - Baited Remote Underwater Video Stations (BRUVS) [aims_reef_bruvs]   PARENT DIF
Recordings of marine organism attracted to baited underwater video cameras (BRUVS). BRUVS are deployed in groups of 4-6, separated by approximately 450 m, for approximately 60 minutes. The spacing ...


15. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Bioresources Library. [AIMS_REEF_Bioresource_Library]   PARENT DIF
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 ...


16. Australian Institute of Marine Science – CReefs: Heron Island Biodiversity Expedition [AIMS_CReefs_HeronIsland]
CReefs, a project of the Cenus of Marine Life, is an international cooperative effort to increase tropical taxonomic expertise, conduct a taxonomically diversified global census of coral reef ecosystems, ...


17. Australian Institute of Marine Science – CReefs: Lizard Island Biodiversity Expedition [AIMS_CReefs_LizardIsland]
CReefs, a project of the Cenus of Marine Life, is an international cooperative effort to increase tropical taxonomic expertise, conduct a taxonomically diversified global census of coral reef ecosystems, ...


18. Australian Institute of Marine Science – CReefs: Ningaloo Reef Biodiversity Expedition [AIMS_CReefs_NingalooReef]
CReefs, a project of the Cenus of Marine Life, is an international cooperative effort to increase tropical taxonomic expertise, conduct a taxonomically diversified global census of coral reef ecosystems, ...


19. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Great Barrier Reef nearshore coral diversity [AIMS_GBR_NSCorals]   PARENT DIF
Surveys of coral community structure, composition and diversity were carried out at nearshore reefs of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. 466 sites on 96 reefs between Mackay and Cooktown (latitude ...


20. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Long-term monitoring Program: Visual Census Fish Data (Great Barrier Reef) [aims_ltm_fish]
Data Summary - About 50 selected reefs throughout the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) are sampled in the AIMS Long-term Monitoring Project (LTMP). A visual census of fish on fixed transects (3 sites per ...


21. Contamination in sediment, bivalves and sponges of McMurdo Sound, Antarctica [ECA080]
This study examined the concentrations of total hydrocarbons (THC), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), and trace metals (Cu, Zn, Cd, Pb, Hg and As) in marine sediments ...


22. Contamination in sediments, bivalves and sponges of McMurdo Sound, Antarctica [ECA004]
Data consist of environmental contamination deriving from the presence of scientific bases. Negri et al. (2006) examined the concentrations of total hydrocarbons (THC), PCBs, PAHs, in marine sediments ...


23. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Surveys of Octocoral communities, benthic cover and environmental factors on coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef [AIMS_Octocorals_GBR]
All surveys were carried out by the principal researcher using Rapid Ecological Assessment. The dataset runs from May 1996 to early 2009 from 180 reef locations, spread relatively evenly along and ...


24. Australian Institute for Marine Sciences Long-Term Monitoring [AIMS_REEF]   CHILD DIFs
A number of Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) research activities involve monitoring different aspects of coral reefs. Surveys of coral community structure, composition and diversity were ...


25. Field Guide to the Mangroves of Queensland [aims_mangrove]
The Field Guide to the Mangroves of Queensland is intended for people who wish to identify the plants they encounter in their coastal environment. Twenty-two of the most commonly occurring ...


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