Australia’s deep-water reserve network: implications of false homogeneity for classifying abiotic surrogates of biodiversity

@inproceedings{Williams2008AustraliasDR,
  title={Australia’s deep-water reserve network: implications of false homogeneity for classifying abiotic surrogates of biodiversity},
  author={Anthony G. Williams and Nicholas J. Bax and Rudy J. Kloser and Franziska Althaus and Bruce O. Barker and Gordon D. Keith},
  year={2008}
}
Williams, A., Bax, N. J., Kloser, R. J., Althaus, F., Barker, B., and Keith G. 2009. Australia’s deep-water reserve network: implications of false homogeneity for classifying abiotic surrogates of biodiversity. - ICES Journal of Marine Science, 66: 214-224.Australia’s southeast network of deep-water marine reserves, declared in July 2007, was designed using a hierarchy that represented the distribution of marine biodiversity as a nested set of bioregions. In this hierarchy, geomorphic units… CONTINUE READING

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