Data from: An exotic species alters patterns of marine community development

Theuerkauf KW, Eggleston DB, Theuerkauf SJ

Date Published: September 6, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5qp96

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Title Theuerkauf_2017_CommunityStructure_ShortTerm
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Description Short-term community structure: Percent cover of each species on each replicate plate (n=3) at approximately 90 days after initial plate deployment. Plates were deployed during August 2014 - September 2015 and were sampled 90 days later (November 2014 - December 2015). Please see main text for additional information.
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Title Theuerkauf_2017_CommunityStructure_LongTermExtendedStudy
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Description Long-term community structure + extended study: Percent cover of each species on each replicate plate (n=3) at approximately >180 days after initial plate deployment. Specifically, long-term community structure (i.e., ≥ 180 days post initial plate deployment) was defined as the last sampling of the CD plates that could occur by December 2015 (following sampling every 90 days). The final sampling of CD plates occurred from October 2015 – December 2015. Extended study: plates deployed during Aug. 2014 were continually sampled every 90 days through Aug. 2016, including Feb. 2016, May 2016, and Aug. 2016, as reported in rows 31-39. Please see main text for additional information.
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Title Theuerkauf_2017_LarvalRecruitment_PresentStudy
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Description Larval recruitment: Average monthly percent cover of larval species that settled on larval recruitment plates deployed from August 2014 – November 2015 and sampled four weeks later (September 2014 – December 2015). Recruitment patterns of Ascidia interrupta, Styela plicata, and Ostrea equestris were not observed during the course of this study. Please see main text for additional information.
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Theuerkauf KW, Eggleston DB, Theuerkauf SJ (2017) An exotic species alters patterns of marine community development. Ecological Monographs, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecm.1277

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Theuerkauf KW, Eggleston DB, Theuerkauf SJ (2017) Data from: An exotic species alters patterns of marine community development. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5qp96
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