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- Marine Debrismacquarie Island Park
- Marine Debrismacquarie Island Marine
- Marine Debrismacquarie Island Treasure
- Marine Debrismacquarie Island Beach
Full descriptionMarine debris records from beaches on Heard and Macquarie Islands and floating debris spotted on voyages.
Data were collected by observers surveying beaches either methodically or opportunistically, and by observers spotting debris as it floated past ships.
The data were originally collated into a searchable database, but the application is no longer supported by the Australian Antarctic Data Centre. An extract of the data is attached to this metadata record. The extract is in Excel format, and each worksheet is a copy of a database table.
Wed 09 Dec 2015 21:24:29 EST. Jun 2, 2016 - A rough clip showing the process of collecting beach stranded marine debris on the rough shores of sub Antarctic Macquarie Island. Macquarie island is an island with lots of marine life that has been impacted by marine debris. All of the animals that are living on Macquarie island are finding it very hard to live around all this disgusting and disgraceful amount of rubbish that is not only destroying them but destroying their environment that they have to live in! Marine debris records from beaches on Heard and Macquarie Islands and floating debris spotted on voyages. Data were collected by observers surveying beaches either methodically or opportunistically, and by observers spotting debris as it floated past ships. The data were originally collated into a searchable database, but the application is no longer supported by the Australian Antarctic Data.
Data time period: 1987-01-22 to 2002-02-18
Marine Debrismacquarie Island Park
- Originator AADC
- Resource provider AU/AADC > Australian Antarctic Data Centre, Australia
- Publisher Australian Antarctic Data Centre
Marine Debrismacquarie Island Marine
73.4,-52.95 73.4,-53.01 73.27,-53.01 73.27,-52.95 73.4,-52.95
Marine Debrismacquarie Island Treasure
158.96393,-54.47961 158.96393,-54.78485 158.76617,-54.78485 158.76617,-54.47961 158.96393,-54.47961
160,-42 160,-68 60,-68 60,-42 160,-42
text: northlimit=-52.95; southlimit=-53.01; westlimit=73.27; eastLimit=73.4
text: northlimit=-54.47961; southlimit=-54.78485; westlimit=158.76617; eastLimit=158.96393
text: northlimit=-42; southlimit=-68; westlimit=60; eastLimit=160
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uri : https://data.aad.gov.au/eds/5164/download
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uri : https://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/metadata/citation.cfm?entry_id=DB_Marine_Debris
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Data Set Citation
uri : https://data.aad.gov.au/metadata/records/DB_Marine_Debris
Marine debris dataset of Heard Island and Macquarie Island beaches and observed from ships, 1987-2002
Marine Debrismacquarie Island Beach
- global : 041be123-0e10-4951-867d-3f223cad1726
- URI : https://data.aad.gov.au/metadata/records/DB_Marine_Debris