⇒ IMAS: Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, Univ. of Tasmania
The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) is an internationally recognised centre of excellence at the University of Tasmania. Strategically located at the gateway to the Southern Ocean and Antarctica, our research spans these key themes:fisheries and aquaculture;
ecology and biodiversity;
oceans and cryosphere;
With collaborative partners across the globe, we deliver our research to users across governments, industries, institutions, and communities. We educate and mentor the next generation of world leaders in science, technology, and policy through competitive and rigorous university programmes.
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Designing Monitoring Programs for Marine Protected Areas Within an Evidence Based Decision Making Paradigm. (2019)The Evidence Based Decision Making (EBDM) paradigm encourages managers to base their decisions on the strongest available evidence, but it has been criticized for placing too much emphasis on the choice of study design ...
Seamap Australia [Version 1.0] the development of a national benthic marine classification scheme for the Australian continental shelf. (The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia, 2017)The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) High Values Collection (HVC) program has funded the establishment of an Australian seabed habitat classification scheme and spatial database “Seamap Australia”. Seamap Australia ...