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IMPACT OF CRUISE SHIP TURBULENCE ON BENTHIC COMMUNITIES: case study in Tasmanias south-west

By Claire Ellis, Neville Barrett & Sophia Schmieman
IMPACT OF CRUISE SHIP TURBULENCE ON BENTHIC COMMUNITIES: case study in Tasmanias south-west
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This project principally examined the potential impact the turbulence created by the passage of cruise ships may have on fragile benthic marine biota and additional aspects such as potential wave wake erosion of channel banks. It is based on research undertaken to determine whether small, expedition-style cruise ships should be permitted to enter past Port Davey and into Bathurst Channel within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Australia.
This project principally examined the potential impact the turbulence created by the passage of cruise ships may have on fragile benthic marine biota and additional aspects such as potential wave wake erosion of channel banks. It is based on research undertaken to determine whether small, expedition-style cruise ships should be permitted to enter past Port Davey and into Bathurst Channel within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Australia. Reduce

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