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Protocol and sampling design for marine diversity for the South American Research group on Coastal Ecosystems (SARCE).
(South American Research Group on Coastal Ecosystems (SARCE), Caracas, Venezuela, 2012)
This study is aimed to be carried out in most countries of the entire South American continent. As of today, scientists from Colombia (Pacific coast), Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, ...
Systematic global assessment of reef fish communities by the Reef Life Survey program.
Discussion of the Reef Life Survey Methods Manual: https://www.oceanbestpractices.net/handle/11329/447. Established in 2007 as a means to overcome the shortage of resources and capacity to provide quantitative data on ...
Standardised survey procedures for monitoring rocky and coral reef ecological communities.
(Reef Life Survey, Hobart, Tasmania, 2015)
This manual describes the standard Reef Life Survey (RLS) methods for estimating densities of fishes, large macroinvertebrates, and sessile communities on rocky and coral reefs. These (and compatible) methods ...
Methods for the Study of Marine Biodiversity.
(Springer Open, 2017)
Recognition of the threats to biodiversity and its importance to society has led to calls for globally coordinated sampling of trends in marine ecosystems. As a step to defining such efforts, we review current methods of ...