Data from: The complex net effect of reciprocal interactions and recruitment facilitation maintains an intertidal kelp community

Allison K. Barner, Sally D. Hacker, Bruce A. Menge & Karina J. Nielsen
1.Theoretical and empirical ecology has transitioned from a focus on the role of negative interactions in species coexistence to a more pluralistic view that acknowledges that coexistence in natural communities is more complex, and depends on species interactions that vary in strength, sign, and reciprocity, and such contexts as the environment and life history stage. 2. We used a whole-community approach to examine how species interactions contribute to the maintenance of a rocky intertidal macroalgal...
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