Chemical microenvironment within complex multispecies macroalgae assemblages

Cayne Layton, Matthew Cameron, Victor Shelamoff, Pamela Fernández, Damon Britton, Wright Jeffrey & Craig Johnson
Kelp forests around the world are under increasing pressure from anthropogenic stressors. A widespread consequence is that in many places, complex and highly productive kelp habitats have been replaced by structurally simple and less productive turf algae habitats. Turf algae habitats resist re-establishment of kelp via recruitment inhibition; however little is known about the specific mechanisms involved. One potential factor is the chemical environment within the turf algae and into which kelp propagules settle and...
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