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Marine Biodiversity Hub publications by: Li, Jin
L. Radke; T. Nicholas; P.A. Thompson; J. Li; E. Raes; M. Carey; I. Atkinson; Z. Huang; J. Trafford; S.L. Nichol.
Baseline biogeochemical data from Australia’s continental margin links seabed sediments to water column characteristics
S.D. Foster; G.R. Hosack; E. Lawrence; R. Przeslawski; P. Hedge; M.Julian Caley; N.S. Barrett; A. Williams; J. Li; T. Lynch; J.M. Dambacher; H. Sweatman; K. Hayes.
Spatially balanced designs that incorporate legacy sites
J. Li; B. Alvarez; J.P.W. Siwabessy; M. Tran; Z. Huang; R. Przeslawski; L. Radke; F. Howard; S. Nichol.
Application of random forest, generalised linear model and their hybrid methods with geostatistical techniques to count data: Predicting sponge species richness
L. Radke; J. Li; G. Douglas; R. Przeslawski; S.L. Nichol; J.P.W. Siwabessy; Z. Huang; J. Trafford; T. Watson; T. Whiteway.
Characterising sediments of a tropical sediment-starved shelf using cluster analysis of physical and geochemical variables
Z. Huang; R. Przeslawski; J.T. Kool; J. Li; P.J. Bouchet; S.L. Nichol.
Australian Marine Environmental Data: Descriptions and Metadata
Seabed mud content across the Australian continental EEZ
Seabed gravel content across the Australian continental EEZ
Seabed sand content across the Australian continental EEZ
Z. Huang; B.P. Brooke; J. Li.
Performance of predictive models in marine benthic environments based on predictions of sponge distribution on the Australian continental shelf
L. Radke; A.D. Heap; G. Douglas; S.L. Nichol; J. Trafford; J. Li; R. Przeslawski.
A geochemical characterization of deep-sea floor sediments of the northern Lord Howe Rise