Seasearch Marine Surveys in the Channel Islands
The data has been collected using the Seasearch methodology which has two main levels of detail. The Observation Form level provides a single sample containing habitat and species data from each site. The Survey Form level provides multiple habitat and species lists. This data has been collected from dives organised by the Marine Conservation Society, Seasearch, dive clubs and individuals. Data has been entered by MCS and is freely available.
Coastal waters of the Channel Islands.
To provide reliable data on sublittoral habitats and species throughout coastal waters using trained volunteer divers.
Data is provided by volunteers who have a wide range of species knowledge. Most have been through a training programme. Records are validated before entry into Marine Recorder.
Data is obtained from visual observations by divers. Most participating recorders have been through a training process and some are professional marine biologists. Records are validated before entry into Marine Recorder.
Seasearch Marine Surveys in the Channel Islands (2018)
Dives take place throughout the year but survey effort is generally concentrated between spring-autumn.
Data is available in Marine Recorder snapshot format on request.
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Metadata last updated on 2018-06-15 11:29:06.0