Ecological connectivity of Kimberley Marine Communities
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The overarching objective of KMRP Project 1.1. 3 (Ecological Connectivity of Kimberley Marine Communities) was to provide the first estimates of ecological connectivity across multiple spatial scales for a suite of model/priority marine organisms in the Kimberley. More specifically, this project aimed to provide speciesspecific estimates of realised connectivity at a reef-scale (< 1 km), inter-reef scale (1-100 km) and inter-region scale (100+ km) through genetic analyses of seven key animals and plants with contrasting dispersive life histories that are representative of common taxa.
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