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Paper includes collected data of NEP-495 and NEP-595 turbidity probes

The Australian NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment deploys multiple NEP-495 and fifteen NEP-595 turbidity probes in Kosciuszko National Park. The deployed turbidity sensors are used to indicate the presence of suspended sediment from interactions and to assess long-term seasonal suspended sediment regime at sites with very small and large amounts of horse activity.
All results of this research, including the collected data of both the NEP-495 and NEP-595 turbidity probes, have been published in a paper. The data helps the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment – the funder of this research – to guide management decisions relating to this national park.

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