ANDS Services - Demonstration Environment - development

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Sandy beaches on the north and west coasts of Tasmania, and on Flinders and King Islands were sample between October 1996 and August 1997. At each of 102 sites the strandline fauna was sampled using pitfall traps set overnight during the low tide period. A number of physical and biotic characteristics of each beach were also measured.

Created: 05 10 2011

Data time period: 01 10 1996 to 31 08 1997

148.5,-39 148.5,-44 144.5,-44 144.5,-39 148.5,-39

146.5,-41.5

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