Habitat connectivity and complexity underpin fish community structure across a seascape of tropical macroalgae meadows
In heterogeneous landscapes, local patterns of community structure are a product of the habitat size and condition within a patch interacting with adjacent habitat patches of varying composition and quantity. While evidence for local versus landscape factors have been found in terrestrial biomes, support for such multi-scale effects shaping marine ecological communities is equivocal. We investigated whether within-patch habitat condition can override seascape context to explain the community...[Show more]
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