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A generalised volumetric method to estimate the biomass of photographically surveyed benthic megafauna

A generalised volumetric method to estimate the biomass of photographically surveyed benthic megafauna
A generalised volumetric method to estimate the biomass of photographically surveyed benthic megafauna
Data for paper: A generalised volumetric method to estimate the biomass of photographically surveyed benthic megafauna (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pocean.2019.102188) (1) Individual body-size data (M, biomass; V, biovolume) of trawl-caught megabenthic invertebrates and demersal fish at the Porcupine Abyssal Plain Sustained Observatory (PAP-SO, NE Atlantic, 4850 m water depth), as directly (Mm, Vm) and indirectly (Me, Ve) measured. (2) Individual body-size data (M, biomass; V, biovolume) of photographically surveyed megabenthic invertebrates and demersal fish at three shelf-sea locations in the Celtic Sea (NE Atlantic, 100 m water depth), as indirectly (Me, Ve) measured. (3) Inter-operator variation assessment of individual body-size data as indirectly measured. A traditional length-weight relationship (LWR) approach was employed to estimate individual biomass (Me), a the proposed generalised volumetric method (GVM) was used to estimate individual biovolume (Ve).
Mendeley Data
Benoist, Noelie
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Bett, Brian
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Morris, Kirsty J.
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Ruhl, Henry A.
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Benoist, Noelie
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Bett, Brian
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Morris, Kirsty J.
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Ruhl, Henry A.
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(2019) A generalised volumetric method to estimate the biomass of photographically surveyed benthic megafauna. Mendeley Data doi:10.17632/558fp8pb44.1 [Dataset]

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Abstract

Data for paper: A generalised volumetric method to estimate the biomass of photographically surveyed benthic megafauna (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pocean.2019.102188) (1) Individual body-size data (M, biomass; V, biovolume) of trawl-caught megabenthic invertebrates and demersal fish at the Porcupine Abyssal Plain Sustained Observatory (PAP-SO, NE Atlantic, 4850 m water depth), as directly (Mm, Vm) and indirectly (Me, Ve) measured. (2) Individual body-size data (M, biomass; V, biovolume) of photographically surveyed megabenthic invertebrates and demersal fish at three shelf-sea locations in the Celtic Sea (NE Atlantic, 100 m water depth), as indirectly (Me, Ve) measured. (3) Inter-operator variation assessment of individual body-size data as indirectly measured. A traditional length-weight relationship (LWR) approach was employed to estimate individual biomass (Me), a the proposed generalised volumetric method (GVM) was used to estimate individual biovolume (Ve).

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Published date: 10 October 2019

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Local EPrints ID: 446322
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/446322
PURE UUID: 656ec7cd-aa1a-416f-adc4-a797505cb011
ORCID for Noelie Benoist: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-1978-3538

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Date deposited: 04 Feb 2021 17:30
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 17:28

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Contributor: Noelie Benoist ORCID iD
Contributor: Brian Bett
Contributor: Kirsty J. Morris
Contributor: Henry A. Ruhl

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