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MADAGASCAR National Oceanographic Data Centre - Fish

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Data of bony fish, cartilagenous fish, mammals and reptiles in Toliara Bay, Madagascar. meer

The Madagascar National Oceanographic Data Centre is attached to the University of Toliara. Some of the research achievements of the Oceanographic Data Centre are: a project for the protection of coastal reefs in south-western Madagascar; a marine biodiversity assessment in the same coastal area; a socio-economic investigation of traditional fishing practices; and bio-ecological surveys to facilitate the development of a sustainable marine park in the Masoala area far away on Madagascar’s northeast coast. This dataset has been collected in Toliara Bay, and includes bony fish, cartilagenous fish, mammals and reptiles. It currently consists of 721 records of 49 families. The original dataset, provided by AfrOBIS, contains all distribution records. The dataset in OBIS Seamap is a subset of the original dataset, only containing marine mammal, seabird and/or sea turtle records.

Biologie > Reptielen, Biologie > Vis
Marien/Kust, ISW, Indische Oceaan

Geografische spreiding
ISW, Indische Oceaan [Marine Regions]

Spreiding in de tijd
15 Augustus 2001

Gerelateerde datasets
Gepubliceerd in:
AfrOBIS: African Ocean Biodiversity Information System, meer
OBIS-SEAMAP: Spatial Ecological Analysis of Megavertebrate Populations, meer


Dataset status: Afgelopen
Data type: Data
Data oorsprong: Data collectie
Metadatarecord aangemaakt: 2012-11-19
Informatie laatst gewijzigd: 2016-06-29
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