Data from: Low recruitment due to altered settlement substrata as primary constraint for coral communities under ocean acidification

Fabricius KE, Noonan SHC, Abrego D, Harrington L, De'ath G

Date Published: August 2, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.327c2

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Title Carbonate chemistry of the two study reefs - means over sites
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Description Carbonate chemistry of the two study reefs - mean values per site at high CO2 at the CO2 seeps, and their adjacent control sites.
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Title Carbonate chemistry of the two study reefs - means over tiles
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Description Carbonate chemistry of the two study reefs - mean values for each of the settlement tiles.
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Title Settlement choice experiments
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Description Choice of larvae of Acropora tenuis to settle on settlement substrata from either High-CO2 or Control sites.
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Title Settlement no-choice experiments
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Description Settlement rates of Acropora tenuis larvae from parents originating from high CO2 or control sites.
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Title Survival of A.tenuis recruits in field
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Description Survival rates of A.tenuis recruits after returning into field settings at variable CO2 concentrations.
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Title Substrata on settlement tiles
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Description Substrata on settlement tiles including individual taxa of crustose coralline algae
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Title Substrata on settlement tiles - summary variables
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Description Substrata on settlement tiles - summary variables
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Title Predictors of coral recruitment on settlement tiles
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Description Predictors of densities of coral recruits on settlement tiles - summary variables
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Title Predictors of coral recruit densities on settlement tiles
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Description Predictors of coral recruit densities on settlement tiles from Dobu and Upa Upasina reefs
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Title Densities of coral juveniles
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Description Densities of coral juveniles at Dobu and Upa Upasina CO2 seep and Control sites.
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Title Log ratios of responses of coral life stages to elevated CO2
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Description Log ratios of responses of various coral life stages to elevated CO2, from this study and the literature.
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Fabricius KE, Noonan SHC, Abrego D, Harrington L, De'ath G (2017) Low recruitment due to altered settlement substrata as primary constraint for coral communities under ocean acidification. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284(1862): 20171536. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.1536

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Fabricius KE, Noonan SHC, Abrego D, Harrington L, De'ath G (2017) Data from: Low recruitment due to altered settlement substrata as primary constraint for coral communities under ocean acidification. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.327c2
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