Data from: Modeling effects of climate change and phase shifts on detrital production of a kelp bed

Krumhansl KA, Lauzon-Guay J, Scheibling RE

Date Published: May 15, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.np274

 

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Title Modeled Historical Kelp Data. A Canadian Healthy Oceans Network Ecosystem Function Project, EF-11
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Description Modeled mean and max yearly values of kelp biomass, production, blade erosion, dislodgement, mortality, and total detrital production based on recorded temperature (meanT, maxT) from 1976-2009. Also modeled were mean and max proportion of blade area grazed by Lacuna vincta (meanL, maxL), and blade coverage by Membranipora membranacea (meanM, maxM)
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Title Modeled Kelp Parameters with Simulated Destructive Grazing by Sea Urchins. A Canadian Healthy Oceans Network Ecosystem Function Project, EF-11
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Description Modeled mean, maximum, and minimum kelp biomass, production, kelp blade erosion, dislodgement, mortality, and total detrital production during the transition from a kelp bed to an urchin barren over 34 years. This transition is caused by the progression of a simulated sea urchin grazing front.
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Title Modeled Future Kelp Parameters With Climate Change. A Canadian Healthy Oceans Network Ecosystem Function Project, EF-11
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Description Modeled relative change (%) in kelp biomass, production, erosion, dislodgement, and mortality with simulated increases in temperature and significant wave height that are expected to occur in the next 10, 20, and 30 years. Also shown are modeled changes in kelp blade grazing (as proportion of blade grazed) by Lacuna vincta, and kelp blade coverage by Membranipora membranacea. Data are from simulations where temp and SWH are increased independently, and in combination. Simulations were also run with and without a sea urchin grazing front.
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Krumhansl KA, Lauzon-Guay J, Scheibling RE (2014) Modeling effects of climate change and phase shifts on detrital production of a kelp bed. Ecology 95(3): 763-774. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/13-0228.1

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Krumhansl KA, Lauzon-Guay J, Scheibling RE (2014) Data from: Modeling effects of climate change and phase shifts on detrital production of a kelp bed. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.np274
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