Freshwater fish in the Falklands - Conservation of native zebra trout

The dataset is a report by Katherine Ross to the Falkland Islands Government and Falklands Conservation, 2009. The report illustrates the outcomes from the investigation on the distribution of freshwater fish across the Falkland Islands and includes a csv data file (available on request).

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Last Updated April 29, 2021, 10:10 (PDT)
Created January 30, 2020, 05:27 (PST)
Region Falkland Islands
Language eng
Topic Category Biota; flora and/or fauna in natural environment
Temporal Extent Start 2008-01-01
Temporal Extent End 2009-12-31
Dataset Reference Date 2009
Lineage This project investigated the distribution of freshwater fish across the Falkland Islands, filled gaps in our current knowledge and identified priorities for the conservation of zebra trout. The project was largely a follow-up to surveys carried out in 1999 by a team of fish biologists from New Zealand, R. M McDowall, R. M. Allibone and W. L. Chadderton. Contact owner and point of contact for raw data.
West Longitude -61.29952
South Latitude -52.4254
East Longitude -57.84529
North Latitude -51.2917
Spatial Reference System WGS84
Responsible Organisation Name Hidden (personal data protection)
Contact Mail Address Hidden (personal data protection)
Responsible Party Role Hidden (personal data protection)
Access Limitations Open access
Use Constraints Open, but copyright and/or Intellectual Property Rights apply
Resource Reference Cite data source as: Katherine Ross, 2009, Fresh water fish in the Falklands. Conservation of native zebra trout. Falklands Conservation.
Data Format pdf, csv of data available on request
Update Frequency survey completed
Accuracy Unknown
Resource Type Report
Original Title Hidden (internal use only)
Metadata Date 2020-01-14
Metadata Point of Contact
Contact Consent Contact details hidden
Unique Resource ID FK-FC-618

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