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Quantifying Benthic Biodiversity: a factual voyage report from RV Tangaroa voyage TAN1701 to Chatham Rise

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AEBR-185-TAN1701-Voyage-Report.pdf

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AEBR-185-TAN1701-Voyage-Report.pdf (18.5 MB)

Abstract
This is a factual account of a survey of seabed habitats and fauna on Chatham Rise, New Zealand, conducted aboard RV Tangaroa as part of MPI project ZBD201611 ‘Quantifying benthic biodiversity across environmental gradients’. Towed camera transects were completed at 142 sites across the rise, with sediment cores collected at 25 of these sites. In addition, five camera transects and two sediment corer deployments were completed in Kaikoura Canyon, in the aftermath of the November 2016 earthquake.
Supplementary information regarding this AEBR can be found at this link
https://fs.fish.govt.nz/Page.aspx?pk=113&dk=24499


Document date
Wednesday, 4 October 2017
Document type
V 1.3
File format
Adobe PDF
File size
18.5 MB
Reference number
978-1-77665-686-8
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AEBR-185-TAN1701-Voyage-Report.pdf

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Wednesday, 4 October 2017

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ScienceStock: Benthic;
Author: Bowden D.; Christensen-Field C.; Davey N.; Fenwick M.; George S.; Gibson K.; Macpherson D.; Ray C.; Stewart R.;

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