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This survey is part of the Biological Survey of SA programme run by the Biological Survey & Monitoring group in DEH. Survey areas defined in a DEH spatial layer managed by DEH Environmental Information Group. The survey sampled, described and mapped the vegetation and recorded the associated fauna from as many as possible of South Australia's offshore islands. All offshore islands from Nuyts Reef in the west to Penguin Island in the South East of South Australia were visited between 1971 and 1982. Several groups of islands are not covered including the islands in Pelican Lagoon on Kangaroo Island, Kangaroo Island itself and the islands in the Coorong Lagoon. Torrens and Garden Islands, the mangroves and saltmarsh covered islands north of Port Adelaide and Entrance Island in Franklin Harbour are excluded, as they are better treated as part of the mangrove complex along the St Vincent Gulf and Spencer Gulf coasts. Reference: Robinson, A.C., Canty, P.D, Mooney, T. and Rudduck, P.(1996) South Australia's Offshore Islands. Australian Heritage Commission. Visit period 1966- 2000 Visit period FEB 2002 The Offshore Islands Survey is part of the Biological Survey of South Australia Program which is a series of systematic surveys conducted across the state between 1971 and the present with the broad aim of providing a baseline inventory of South Australia's flora and fauna biodiversity.
From 1966-01-01 To 2002-02-25
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Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (2012). Offshore Islands Survey, Biological Survey of South Australia - Vegetation Survey, Biological Database of South Australia, Version 5/2017. Persistent URL: http://www.aekos.org.au/collection/sa.gov.au/bdbsa_veg/survey_20. TERN AEKOS, rights owned by State of South Australia (Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources), Adelaide, South Australia. Accessed [dd mmm yyyy, e.g. 01 Jan 2016].Identifier
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