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------------------- GENERAL INFORMATION ------------------- 1. Title of Dataset: A photographic data set of reef and coral communities across Venezuela. 2. Author Information * Montilla, L. M. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Miyazawa, E. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Verde, A. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Agudo-Adriani, E. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Ascanio, A. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Cappelletto, J. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * López-Hernández, M. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Mariño-Briceño, G. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Rebolledo-Sánchez, Z. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Rivera, A. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * S. Mancilla, D. Universidad Simón Bolívar. * Cróquer, A. Universidad Simón Bolívar. 3. Contact information * Montilla, L. M. luismmontilla@usb.ve|luismmontilla@gmail.com * Cróquer, A. acroquer@usb.ve -------------------------- SHARING/ACCESS INFORMATION -------------------------- 1. Licenses/restrictions placed on the data: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. 2. Was data derived from another source?: No 3. Recommended citation for the data: Pending --------------------- DATA & FILE OVERVIEW --------------------- 1. File List: 2834 images of coral communities, organism close-ups, and transect identification. 2. Relationship between files: Images are distributed in folders corresponding to a single transect of a given site. Sites are grouped in one of seven Locations. The following table provides the location of the sites. | Locality | Site | Transects | Latitude_dd | Longitude_dd | Year | Month |MPA| |---------------|----------------------|-----------|-------------|--------------|------|-------|---| | Cubagua | Punta Conejo | 4 | 10.83033056 | -64.16479444 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Cubagua | Charagato | 4 | 10.81556389 | -64.22708889 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Cubagua | La Muerta | 4 | 10.79978889 | -64.217275 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Los Frailes | Cominoto | 4 | 11.21461944 | -63.76818056 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Los Frailes | La Pecha | 4 | 11.20229167 | -63.75253889 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Los_Frailes | Puerto Real | 4 | 11.18772778 | -63.72993056 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Morrocoy | Bajo Caiman | 4 | 10.84922300 | -68.2368050 | 2017 | Mar |1| | Morrocoy | Mero | 4 | 10.81969444 | -68.24771667 | 2017 | Mar |1| | Morrocoy | Norte | 4 | 10.77952222 | -68.200675 | 2017 | Mar |1| | Morrocoy | Medio | 4 | 10.74233889 | -68.23593889 | 2017 | Mar |1| | Morrocoy | Sur | 4 | 10.72943611 | -68.24435556 | 2017 | Mar |1| | Morrocoy | Sombrero | 4 | 10.88862222 | -68.21460833 | 2017 | Mar |1| | Morrocoy | Boca Seca | 4 | 10.83360556 | -68.23656111 | 2017 | Mar |1| | Mochima | Carabela | 4 | 10.38655556 | -64.37455556 | 2017 | Apr |1| | Mochima | Punta Cruz | 4 | 10.39555556 | -64.36752778 | 2017 | Apr |1| | Mochima | San Agustin | 4 | 10.38188889 | -64.34730556 | 2017 | Apr |1| | Mochima | Blanca | 4 | 10.39402778 | -64.33480556 | 2017 | Apr |1| | Mochima | Gabarra | 4 | 10.38205000 | -64.3376600 | 2017 | Apr |1| | Mochima | Garrapata | 4 | 10.38066667 | -64.33766667 | 2017 | Apr |1| | Los Roques | Cayo de Agua | 4 | 11.81727778 | -66.94033333 | 2017 | Jan |1| | Los Roques | Dos Mosquises | 4 | 11.79266667 | -66.89563889 | 2017 | Jan |1| | Los Roques | Las Salinas | 4 | 11.74016667 | -66.80748889 | 2017 | Jan |1| | Los Roques | Cote | 4 | 11.77330556 | -66.72144444 | 2017 | Jan |1| | Los Roques | La Venada | 4 | 11.87865000 | -66.72434167 | 2017 | Jan |1| | Los Roques | Rabuski | 4 | 11.88222500 | -66.68893889 | 2017 | Jan |1| | Los Roques | Madriski | 4 | 11.93988611 | -66.66118889 | 2017 | Jan |1| | Chichiriviche | Petaquire | 3 | 10.54826667 | -67.27703333 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Chichiriviche | Playa Tiburon | 4 | 10.54741944 | -67.26705 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Chichiriviche | La Pared | 4 | 10.55367778 | -67.23888333 | 2018 | Jan |0| | Chichiriviche | Punta Mono | 4 | 10.55093611 | -67.25188333 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Chichiriviche | Media Legua | 4 | 10.55511389 | -67.21023333 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Chichiriviche | Punta de Media Legua | 4 | 10,557350 | -67.20318889 | 2017 | Oct |0| | Ocumare | Cienaga interno | 4 | 10.47502778 | -67.80861111 | 2018 | Feb |0| | Ocumare | Cienaga este | 4 | 10.48655556 | -67.80427778 | 2018 | Feb |0| | Ocumare | Cienaga oeste | 4 | 10.47823889 | -67.80893333 | 2018 | Feb |0| | Ocumare | Guabinitas | 4 | 10.48401667 | -67.82534167 | 2018 | Feb |0| 3. Additional related data collected that was not included in the current data package: There are videotransects that can be used to build digital elevation models and 3D mosaics of the transects (upload pending). 4. Are there multiple versions of the dataset?: No ------------------------- METHODOLOGICAL INFORMATION ------------------------- 1. Description of methods used for collection/generation of data: AAll surveys were conducted using scuba equipment between 8-10 meters depth. At each site, four 30-m transects were deployed at least five meters apart, and 15 pictures were taken every other meter at each transect. As reference, two types of frames were included in the picture for scaling: a yellow-black bar indicating 10cm for each colored segment; and an L-shaped bar with perforations, the separation between two perforations also being 10cm. 2. Instrument- or software-specific information needed to interpret the data: Images can be opened with any visualizer. Annotation can be performed with software like [CPCe](https://cnso.nova.edu/cpce/index.html), [Photoquad](https://www.mar.aegean.gr/sonarlab/photoquad/index.php), [CoralNet](https://coralnet.ucsd.edu/source/about/), or similars 3. People involved with sample collection, processing, analysis and/or submission: All authors were involved at the field surveys and/or data processing.
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