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Roger Laird and Tom Davis retrieving a stereo-baited remote underwa...


Roger Laird and Tom Davis retrieving a stereo-baited remote underwater video (stereo-BRUV) from 100 m of water (Hunter Marine Park, NSW). This is the most common method we use to collect fish and habitat assemblage data at these depths. BRUVs have become a standardise method across the world and an SOP for this method can be found at https://www.nespmarine.edu.au/field-manuals


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Surface photo 
Baited Remote Underwater Video (BRUV) 

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Australia - Southeastern Australia

Coupled post
Spatial distribution of fish assemblages across mesophotic rocky reefs

Coupled publication
Williams et al. 2019 Taking a deeper l...

Date uploaded
February 21, 2020