Data from: Monitoring spawning activity in a southern California marine protected area using molecular identification of fish eggs

Alice E. Harada, Elise A. Lindgren, Maiko C. Hermsmeier, Peter A. Rogowski, Eric Terrill & Ronald S. Burton
In order to protect the diverse ecosystems of coastal California, a series of marine protected areas (MPAs) have been established. The ability of these MPAs to preserve and potentially enhance marine resources can only be assessed if these habitats are monitored through time. This study establishes a baseline for monitoring the spawning activity of fish in the MPAs adjacent to Scripps Institution of Oceanography (La Jolla, CA, USA) by sampling fish eggs from the plankton....
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