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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 190
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GREAT-BARRIER-REEF-NATURAL-WONDER-OF-THE-WORLD.pdf.jpg1975The Great Barrier ReefAustralian FisheriesBook
GBRMPA-Lady-Elliot-Island-Ecosystem-Resilience-Plan.pdf.jpg2020Lady Elliot Island ecosystem resilience planGreat Barrier Reef Marine Park AuthorityReport
Barnett-Shell-collecting-on-the-GBR-1989.pdf.jpg1989Shell collecting on the Great Barrier ReefBarnett, B.-
GBR_Seabed_Biodiversity_CRC-FRDC_Final_Report.pdf.jpg2007Seabed biodiversity on the continental shelf of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage AreaPitcher, C.R.; Doherty, P.; Arnold, P.; Hooper, J.; Gribble, N.; CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric ResearchReport
Dight-etal-1999-ITMEMS-Proceedings.pdf.jpg1999Proceedings: International Tropical Marine Ecosystems Management Symposium (ITMEMS): November 1998Kenchington, R.A.; Dight, I.J.; Baldwin, J.; Great Barrier Reef Marine Park AuthorityProceedings Paper
The-crown-of-thorns-starfish.pdf.jpg1987The crown of thorns starfish: special feature of Australian Science MagazineZann, Leon P.; Eager, Elaine; Great Barrier Reef Marine Park AuthorityReport
Monitoring-islands-within-Reef-2050-Integrated-Monitoring-Reporting-Program.pdf.jpg2019Monitoring islands within the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program: final report of the islands expert groupDepartment of Environment and Sciences (Qld)Report
RIMReP Seabirds report.pdf.jpg2019Desktop analysis to inform the design for megafauna monitoring within the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program: final report of the seabirds team in the megafauna expert groupWoodworth, B.; Hemson, G.; Fuller, R.; Congdon, B.C.; University of Queensland; Department of Environment and Science (Qld); James Cook UniversityReport
RIMReP StrandNet report - FINAL v2.pdf.jpg2020Review and suggestions for upgrading StrandNet as a key element of the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program: final report of the StrandNet team in the megafauna expert groupMarsh, H.; Limpus, C.; Meager, J.; Moisel, A.; Read, M.; Salmon, S.; Sobtzick, S.; James Cook University; Department of Environment and Science (Qld); Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority; TropWATER (James Cook University)Report
RIMReP Coastal Dolphins Report - FINAL V2.pdf.jpg2020Monitoring coastal dolphins within the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program: final report of the dolphins team in the megafauna expert groupBrooks, L.; Cagnazzi, D.; Beasley, I.; Rankin, R.; StatPlan Consulting Pty Ltd; Marine Ecology Research Centre, Southern Cross University; College of Science and Engineering, James Cook University; Department of Biology, Georgetown University; National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Centre, University of MarylandReport
RIMReP fisheries expert group report - FINAL .pdf.jpg2020Monitoring fisheries within the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program: final report of the fisheries expert groupDepartment of Agriculture and Fisheries (Qld)Report
RIMReP Estuarine Wetlands Report - FINAL.pdf.jpg2020Monitoring estuarine wetlands within the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program: final report of the wetlands expert groupTarte, D.; Yorkston, H.; Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority; Queensland GovernmentReport
Sweatman, H_1995.pdf.jpg1995Feeding studies on potential fish predators of post-settlement Acanthaster planci: final report prepared for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park AuthoritySweatman, H.; James Cook UniversityReport
RIMReP Shorebirds report.pdf.jpg2019Desktop analysis to inform the design for megafauna monitoring within the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program: final Report of the shorebirds team in the megafauna expert groupWoodworth, B.; Congdon, B.; Fuller, R.Report
RIMReP Dugong report.pdf.jpg2019Monitoring dugongs within the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program: final report of the dugong team in the megafauna expert groupMarsh, H.; Hagihara, R.; Hodgson, A.; Rankin, R.; Sobtzick, S.Report
Coral Reef Supplementary Report 8.pdf.jpg2019Supplementary report to the final report of the coral reef expert group: S8. Monitoring site planner - choosing where to monitor coral reefs on the Great Barrier ReefLawrey, E.; Smith, A.; Lafond, G.; Hammerton, M.; Australian Institute of Marine ScienceReport
Coral Reef Supplementary Report 7.pdf.jpg2020Supplementary report to the final report of the coral reef expert group: S7. Coral reef models as assessment and reporting tools for the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program – a reviewBozec, Y.M.; Mumby, P.J.; Australian Institute of Marine ScienceReport
Coral Reef Supplementary Report 6.pdf.jpg2020Supplementary report to the final report of the coral reef expert group: S6. Novel technologies in coral reef monitoringGonzalez-Rivero, M.; Roelfsema, C.; Lopez-Marcano, S.; Castro-Sanguino, C.; Bridge, T.; Babcock, R.; Australian Institute of Marine ScienceReport
Coral Reef Supplementary Report 5.pdf.jpg2020Supplementary report to the final report of the coral reef expert group: S5. Statistical power of existing AIMS Long-Term Reef Monitoring ProgramsThompson, A.; Menendez, P.; Australian Institute of Marine ScienceReport
Coral Reef Supplementary Report 4.pdf.jpg2020Supplementary report to the final report of the coral reef expert group: S4. Model to inform the design of a Reef Integrated Monitoring and Reporting ProgramMellin, C.; Anthony, K.; Peterson, E.; Ewels, C.; Puotinen, M.; Australian Institute of Marine ScienceReport
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