Seamap Australia is a project that is represented by three main elements:
Seamap Australia is a unique resource that represents a step-change in capacity to access and integrate large and diverse marine data holdings, and to readily derive information and products to underpin decision making around marine spatial planning and conservation, reporting and research.
It is a world-first, fully integrated national-scale marine seabed habitat mapping and data service. Discover more on our Seamap Australia website
Publication: Lucieer, V., N. Barrett, C. Butler, E. Flukes, D. Ierodiaconou, T. Ingleton, A. Jordan, J. Monk, J. Meeuwig, R. Porter-Smith, N. Smit, P. Walsh, A. Wright and C. Johnson (2019). A seafloor habitat map for the Australian continental shelf. Scientific Data 6(1): 120.
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