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FCE Data Set ID Number: SFWSC_002
Originator(s): Jennifer Rehage
(rehagej@fiu.edu )
Title: Common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) movements from the South Florida Water, Sustainability and Climate Project Study Area, within the Shark River estuary, South Florida from February 2012 to May 2014
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Public file download: None Available until November 2016
Data notes: Ph.D. Dissertation Research Data
Private SFWSC file download: None Available until November 2016
Time Period of Content: 02-Feb-2012 to 03-May-2014
Abstract: Movements of common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) in the Shark River estuary were measured using passive acoustic telemetry. Snook were fitted with a V-16 acoustic transmitters, transmitters emit an ultrasonic pulse at random every 60 ? 180 seconds that can be interpreted by autonomous listening stations dispersed throughout the Shark River estuary. Once a listening station detects a transmitter, it records a time of detection and a unique tag ID.
Locations: Shark River Estuary, Everglades National Park, FL US
Column description:
COLUMN
NAME
UNITS
TYPE
1
Transmitter_ID None AlphNumeric
2
Date YYYY-MM-DD DateTime
3
Time hh:mm DateTime
4
Latitude Decimal Degrees Decimal
5
Longitude Decimal Degrees Decimal
Number of records: 5 Columns by 68,013 Rows, including Column Header
Public release date: 10-Nov-2016


 
  This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. EAR-1204762 and the United States Department of Agriculture NIFA Award Number 2012-67003-19862.
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