Dataset: Sargassum recruit-sized survival - figure 3
Deployment: Fiji_2013

Effect of habitat, origin, and herbivory on the survival and growth of recruit-sized S. polycystum fronds from MPAs and non-MPAs when reciprocally transplanted
Principal Investigator: 
Mark Hay (Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Tech)
BCO-DMO Data Manager: 
Nancy Copley (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, WHOI BCO-DMO)
Current State: 
Final no updates expected
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Raw data on the survival of recruit-sized ramets of Sargassum polycystum originated from marine protected and non-protected areas (MPAs and non-MPAs, respectively) in Fiji, reciprocally transplanted between these areas in two conditions: protected by closed cages or exposed to grazing in partially open cages. Survival data is the average number of days survived by the four MPA ramets and by the four non-MPA ramets in each of the cages. Details in Dell et al. 2016 Plos One.

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Sargassum mature growth - figure 2
Sargassum mature growth conspecific - figure 4
Sargassum recruit-sized growth and survival with conspecifics - figures 5 and 6

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