2015 journal article

Ecotone Effects on Seagrass and Saltmarsh Habitat Use by Juvenile Nekton in a Temperate Estuary

ESTUARIES AND COASTS, 38(5), 1414–1430.

By: C. Baillie*, J. Fear* & F. Fodrie*

author keywords: Seagrass fish; Saltmarsh; Ecotones; Community patterns; Assemblage patterns
TL;DR: The importance of seagrass and saltmarsh habitat characteristics in driving fish and crustacean catch rates and community composition in a temperate, polyhaline-euhaline, estuary is examined and it is concluded that emergent properties are important drivers of nekton distributions among and within habitats. (via Semantic Scholar)
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14. Life Below Water (Web of Science; OpenAlex)
15. Life on Land (Web of Science)
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