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The marine environments off the Kimberley coast are being subjected to ever increasing human-induced pressures, with little known of the region's marine biodiversity, and therefore, which conservation approaches are appropriate. Consequently, the Western Australian Museum with partner agencies undertook to survey the region over a six year period (2009)(2010)(2011)(2012)(2013)(2014). Thirty eight locations involving 179 survey stations were visited within the defined Project Area, which rangeddoi:10.18195/issn.0313-122x.85.2018.001-043 fatcat:zo2wdtlafva2dep6pvzw4544rm