Data from: Influence of sediment characteristics on the composition of soft-sediment intertidal communities in the northern Gulf of Mexico

Kyle E. Coblentz, Jessica R. Henkel, Bryan J. Sigel & Caz M. Taylor
Benthic infaunal communities are important components of coastal ecosystems. Understanding the relationships between the structure of these communities and characteristics of the habitat in which they live is becoming progressively more important as coastal systems face increasing stress from anthropogenic impacts and changes in climate. To examine how sediment characteristics and infaunal community composition were related along the northern Gulf of Mexico coast, we sampled intertidal infaunal communities at seven sites covering common habitat types...
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