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Towed video footage of the seafloor at Cape Woolamai, Victoria

Rattray, Alex 2011, Towed video footage of the seafloor at Cape Woolamai, Victoria [data collection], doi: 10.26187/5e9fc93670cb6.

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Click to show the corresponding preview asterias-capewoolamai-t1-opt.mp4 Asterias Survey Cape Woolamai Transect 1 (optimised file) Click to show the corresponding preview/stream video/mp4 168.75MB 0
Click to show the corresponding preview asterias-capewoolamai-t2-opt.mp4 Asterias Survey Cape Woolamai Transects 2 & 3 (optimised file) Click to show the corresponding preview/stream video/mp4 121.30MB 0

Field of Research 050202 Conservation and Biodiversity
040699 Physical Geography and Environmental Geoscience not elsewhere classified
060205 Marine and Estuarine Ecology (incl Marine Ichthyology)
Socio Economic Objective 960503 Ecosystem Assessment and Management of Coastal and Estuarine Environments
Type of research activity Applied research
Name of data collection Towed video footage of the seafloor at Cape Woolamai, Victoria
Creator(s) Rattray, AlexORCID iD for Rattray, Alex orcid.org/0000-0002-8591-6688
Contributor(s) Ierodiaconou, DanielORCID iD for Ierodiaconou, Daniel orcid.org/0000-0002-7832-4801
Related institution(s) Parks Victoria
Date completed 2011
Material type video
ANDS collection type collection
Collection start date 2011-12-02
Collection end date 2011-12-02
Description of resource 2 x MP4 files digitised from miniDV tapes
Keyword(s) Marine habitats
GIS
MBES
LiDAR
BRUVs
Towed Video
Benthic habitat mapping - Cape Woolamai, Victoria
Marine Protected areas - Cape Woolamai, Victoria
Seafloor morphology - Cape Woolamai, Victoria
Underwater surveys - Cape Woolamai, Victoria
Field surveys - Cape Woolamai, Victoria
Benthic habitat mapping - Phillip Island, Victoria
Marine Protected areas - Phillip Island, Victoria
Seafloor morphology - Phillip Island, Victoria
Underwater surveys - Phillip Island, Victoria
Field surveys - Phillip Island, Victoria
Geographic area (subject) Cape Woolamai, Victoria
Phillip Island, Victoria
Language eng
Summary Observation data (towed video, BRUVs) collected in Victorian state waters at Cape Woolamai.

This footage was collected by researchers from Deakin University, Victorian Department of Primary Industries - Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute (MAFRI) and Parks Victoria.

The original footage has been converted from various formats including VHS and MiniDV to digital format, with funds supplied by Deakin University Library.

Underwater footage gathered from other geographical locations around Victoria from the Victorian Marine Habitat Mapping Program can be accessed via the links featured at the bottom of this record.

High quality versions of the videos may be requested via Deakin University Library.
Contact details (email) daniel.ierodiaconou@deakin.edu.au
Contact details (physical) Daniel Ierodiaconou, Deakin University
Copyright notice ©2011, Alex Rattray
Use rights Creative Commons Attribution licence
Related work DU:30096924
DOI 10.26187/5e9fc93670cb6
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30135857

 
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