Patterns in the distribution of fish communities across the Central Great Barrier Reef

@article{Williams1982PatternsIT,
  title={Patterns in the distribution of fish communities across the Central Great Barrier Reef},
  author={Darren Mark Williams},
  journal={Coral Reefs},
  year={1982},
  volume={1},
  pages={35-43}
}
Changes in the structure of fish communities along a transect from the Australian mainland to the Coral Sea, in the Central region of the Great Barrier Reef, were examined. Visual censuses of fish were made on the outer reef slopes (0 to 13 m deep) of two inshore reefs, approximately 10 km offshore, three reefs on the mid-shelf, 50 km offshore, three reefs on the outer shelf, 100 km offshore, and three reefs in the Coral Sea approximately 200 km offshore. The Pomacentridae, Chaetodontidae… CONTINUE READING

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