Data from: Mapping habitats in a marine reserve showed how a 30-year trophic cascade altered ecosystem structure

 

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Title Seabed habitat maps
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Description The files contain maps and ArcGIS shapefiles of the seabed habitats and biotopes at the Cape Rodney – Okakari Point Marine Reserve (also called Goat Island) adjacent to Leigh Marine Laboratory, North Island, New Zealand. There are two maps: The first was digitized from a map published by Ayling, A.M., Cumming, A., Ballantine, W.J. (1981). Map of shore and sub-tidal habitats of the Cape Rodney-Okakari Point Marine Reserve, North Island, New Zealand in 3 sheets, scale 1:2000. Department of Lands and Survey, Wellington, New Zealand. The second was remapped in 2006. A full description of the 2006 methods and comparison of both maps is available in Leleu K, Remy-Zephir B., Grace R., Costello M.J. 2012. Mapping habitats in a marine reserve showed how a 30-year trophic cascade altered ecosystem structure. Biological Conservation , in press. The maps were created to quantify the area of seabed habitats and biotopes in the reserve and adjacent areas in each map.
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Leleu K, Remy-Zephir B, Grace R, Costello MJ (2012) Mapping habitats in a marine reserve showed how a 30-year trophic cascade altered ecosystem structure. Biological Conservation 155:193-201. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2012.05.009

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Leleu K, Remy-Zephir B, Grace R, Costello MJ (2012) Data from: Mapping habitats in a marine reserve showed how a 30-year trophic cascade altered ecosystem structure. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6vr28
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