Impact and Outcomes of Marine Sampling Best Practices.
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Foster, Scott D
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In 2017, the NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub committed to developing field manuals for selected marine sampling platforms to ensure that data collected at different times and places across Australia are directly comparable. Ultimately, 136 individuals from 53 organisations contributed to the Field Manuals for Marine Sampling in Australian Waters released in 2018 (Version 1) and 2020 (Version 2). These field manuals are underpinned by a highly collaborative and iterative process, involving extensive community consultation and review and can thus be considered best practices. In this report, we aim to compile the outcomes of these marine sampling best practices. These outcomes are then integrated into an impact assessment based on the CSIRO Impact Framework. Due to the short period in which the best practices have existed, impact cannot yet be fully assessed, but we lay the foundations to facilitate such an assessment in the future. Overall, the marine sampling best practices are spre.....
PublisherNESP Marine Biodiversity Hub
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)2
Best Practice TypeManual (incl. handbook, guide, cookbook etc)
Standard Operating Procedure
CitationPrzeslawski, R., Foster, S., Gibbons, B., Langlois, T. and Monk, J, (2021) Impact and Outcomes of Marine Sampling Best Practices. Canberra, Australia, National Environmental Science Program, Marine Biodiversity Hub. Geoscience Australia, 17pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1038
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