Data from: Is saltmarsh restoration success constrained by matching natural environments or altered succession? a test using niche models

Martin J. P. Sullivan, Anthony J. Davy, Alastair Grant & Hannah L. Mossman
1.Restored habitats, such as saltmarsh created through managed realignment, sometimes fail to meet targets for biological equivalence with natural reference sites. Understanding why this happens is important in order to improve restoration outcomes. 2.Elevation in the tidal frame and sediment redox potential are major controls on the distribution of saltmarsh plants. We use niche models to characterize ten species’ responses to these, and test whether differences in species occurrence between restored and natural saltmarshes in...
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