Recent datasets

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "Sawfish bycatch mitigation workshop for northern Australian fisheries".

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "Synthesizing three decades of seagrass spatial data from Torres Strait and Gulf of Carpentaria". For specific data outputs from this project, please see child records associated with this metadata.

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "Scoping Study: Indigenous Participation and Research Needs".

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "Mapping critical habitat in Yanyuwa Sea Country". For specific data outputs from this project, please see child records associated with this metadata.

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "Scoping Study: Horizon scan of key science questions in the decommissioning of offshore oil and gas infrastructure". For specific data outputs from this project, please see child records associated with this metadata.

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "Scoping Study: New Approaches to Marine Monitoring".

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study "A roadmap for coordinated landscape-scale coastal and marine ecosystem restoration". For specific data outputs from this project, please see child records associated with this metadata.

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "A pilot study into the movement and dispersal of sawfishes". For specific data outputs from this project, please see child records associated with this metadata.

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "The role of dugong and turtle grazing in Torres Strait seagrass declines". For specific data outputs from this project, please see child records associated with this metadata.

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale - "Scoping Study: Supporting Regional Planning in Northern Australia". For specific data outputs from this project, please see child records associated with this metadata.

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small-scale study - "Protected Places Mission Scoping Study".

Published on 10 May 2022

This record provides an overview of the NESP Marine and Coastal Hub small scale scoping study: Marine and Coastal Threatened Species and Communities.

Published on 23 March 2022

This dataset consists of one spreadsheet, which shows the survival, number of polyps, size, Symbiodinium quantity and photosynthetic efficiency (Fv/Fm) of up to four-month-old Acropora millepora coral recruits while being exposed to three different climate scenarios resembling current climate conditions and conditions expected by mid and end of the century. Coral recruit resilience towards one-month-long light attenuation with five intensities was tested by exposing the recruits either one (experiment 1) or two months (experiment 2) following settlement.

Published on 10 March 2022

This dataset details the Declared Indigenous Protected Areas (IPA) across Australia through the implementation of the Indigenous Protected Areas Programme. These boundaries are not legally binding.

An Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) is an area of Indigenous-owned land or sea where traditional Indigenous owners have entered into an agreement with the Australian Government to promote biodiversity and cultural resource conservation.

Published on 19 January 2022

An approved determination of native title is made by way of an order of the court pursuant to ss 86, 87 or 87A of the NTA or s 23 of the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976 (Cth).

Published on 3 December 2021

This dataset consists of three data files (spreadsheets) from a two month aquarium experiment manipulating pCO2 and light, and measuring the physiological response (photosynthesis, growth, protein and pigment content) of the adult and juvenile stages of two species of tropical corals (Acropora tenuis and A. hyacinthus).

Published on 2 December 2021

This dataset describes the predicted probability of seagrass presence across the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area and adjacent estuaries, based on six Random Forest models. The models have been mosaicked together into one raster dataset with 30m resolution.

Published on 2 December 2021

This dataset describes the predicted distribution of seagrass communities across the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area and adjacent estuaries, based on six multivariate regressions tree models for estuary intertidal, estuary subtidal, coastal intertidal, coastal subtidal, reef intertidal, and reef subtidal. The models are presented as six raster datasets with 30m resolution.

Published on 30 November 2021

This dataset contains composite satellite images for the Coral Sea region based on 10 m resolution Sentinel 2 imagery from 2015 – 2021. This image collection is intended to allow mapping of the reef and island features of the Coral Sea. This is a draft version of the dataset prepared from approximately 60% of the available Sentinel 2 image. A future version of this dataset will be released based on review of 100% of the available imagery.

Published on 29 November 2021

The last stream within the NESP 5.5 project was related to the conduct of an online survey to get aesthetic ratings of additional 3500 images downloaded from Flickr to improve the Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based system recognising and assessing the beauty of natural scenes, which had been developed in the previous NESP 3.2.3 project. Despite some earlier investment into this research area, there is still a need to improve the tools we use to measure the aesthetic beauty of marine landscapes.

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