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Data from: Identifying ‘vital attributes’ for assessing disturbance-recovery potential of seafloor communities

Citation

Gladstone-Gallagher, Rebecca et al. (2022), Data from: Identifying ‘vital attributes’ for assessing disturbance-recovery potential of seafloor communities, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.msbcc2fxk

Abstract

Soft-sediment macrofaunal community data used in "Identifying ‘vital attributes’ for assessing disturbance-recovery potential of seafloor communities" in Ecology and Evolution.

Data is macrofauna community data from two soft-sediment disturbance recovery experiments conducted in the Tvärminne-Hanko Archipelago in the Baltic Sea, and Kawau Bay in New Zealand.

Methods

Methods for data collection are detailed in "Identifying ‘vital attributes’ for assessing disturbance-recovery potential of seafloor communities" in Ecology and Evolution.