Status Reports - Long term monitoring of the Great Barrier Reef
The AIMS Long term Monitoring Pogrom is designed to provide information population trends in key grounds of marine organisms (e.g. crown-of-thorns starfish, corals and reef fishes) on appropriate special scales across the breadth and width of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.
The Status Reports below summarised the results of monitoring to date for individual reefs, for latitudinal sectors and for the Great Barrier Reef overall. They have been superseded by web reporting.
Oliver JK, De'ath AG, Done TJ, Williams DMcB, Furnas MJ and Moran PJ
Sweatman HPA, Bass DK, Cheal AJ, Coleman GJ, Miller IR, Ninio R, Osborne K, Oxley WG, Ryan DAJ, Thompson AA and Tomkins P
Sweatman HPA, Cheal AJ, Coleman GJ, Fitzpatrick BM, Miller IR, Ninio R, Osborne K, Page CM, Ryan DAJ, Thompson AA and Tomkins P
Sweatman HPA, Cheal AJ, Coleman GJ, Delean S, Fitzpatrick BM, Miller IR, Ninio R, Osborne K, Page CM and Thompson AA
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Sweatman HPA, Burgess S, Cheal AJ, Coleman GJ, Delean S, Emslie MJ, McDonald A, Miller IR, Osborne K and Thompson AA
Sweatman HPA, Cheal AJ, Coleman GJ, Emslie MJ, Johns K, Jonker M, Miller IR and Osborne K