Data from: Mapping habitats in a marine reserve showed how a 30-year trophic cascade altered ecosystem structure

Kévin Leleu, Brice Remy-Zephir, Roger Grace & Mark John Costello
Time-series studies have reported trophic cascades in land, freshwater and marine environments in many geographic areas. However, the spatial extent of habitats, a key metric of ecosystem structure, has not been mapped in these studies. Marine reserves can provide experimental, before-after and inside-outside (control-impacted), situations for assessing the impact of fishing on ecosystems. We mapped seabed habitats and their associated communities (biotopes) in New Zealand’s oldest marine reserve for comparison with pre-reserve maps created about...
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