Testing the influence of survey method for building species distribution models of marine fishes

Monk, Jacquomo, Ierodiaconou, Daniel, Versace, Vincent L., Rattray, Alex and Harvey, Euan 2011, Testing the influence of survey method for building species distribution models of marine fishes, in AMSA 2011 : Australian Marine Sciences Association annual conference : Crossing boundaries : Book of abstracts, Australian Marine Science Association, [Fremantle, W. A.], pp. 98-98.

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Title Testing the influence of survey method for building species distribution models of marine fishes
Author(s) Monk, Jacquomo
Ierodiaconou, Daniel
Versace, Vincent L.
Rattray, Alex
Harvey, Euan
Conference name Australian Marine Sciences Association. Conference (48th : 2011 : Fremantle, W. A.)
Conference location Fremantle, W. A.
Conference dates 3-7 July 2011
Title of proceedings AMSA 2011 : Australian Marine Sciences Association annual conference : Crossing boundaries : Book of abstracts
Editor(s) Hillman, Karen
McMahon, Kathryn
Scott, Sarah
Smallwood, Claire
Publication date 2011
Conference series Australian Marine Sciences Association. Conference
Start page 98
End page 98
Publisher Australian Marine Science Association
Place of publication [Fremantle, W. A.]
Keyword(s) baited remote underwater stereo-video systems
towed-video systems
marine fishes
habitat suitability model
Summary Accurate estimates of fish species occurrence are important to any species’ assessments and habitat suitability model. However, surveys of marine fishes are often biased by method. Surveys of marine fishes are often biased by method. Such bias could influence the interpretation of any habitat suitability model. With increasing emphasis on non-destructive sampling, underwater video techniques are commonly used without a thorough understanding of their advantages and disadvantages. This study compared data collected from baited remote underwater stereo-video systems and towed-video systems to provide occurrence data to develop habitat suitability models of nine temperate marine fishes. While numerous studies have compared modelling approaches in terms of model performance (i.e. via AUC or Kappa) the point of this paper was to highlight how very sensiblelooking, well-performing (based on AUC) models can provide different predictions of habitat suitability depending on which dataset is used.
ISBN 9780958718561
Language eng
Field of Research 069999 Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970106 Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences
HERDC Research category E3 Extract of paper
Copyright notice ©2011, Australian Marine Sciences Association
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