Data from: Spatiotemporal variability in the structure of seagrass meadows and associated macrofaunal assemblages in southwest England (UK): using citizen science to benchmark ecological pattern

Dan A. Smale, Graham Epstein, Mark Parry & Martin J. Attrill
Seagrass meadows underpin a variety of ecosystem services and are recognised as globally important habitats and a conservation priority. However, seagrass populations are currently impacted by a range of biotic and abiotic stressors, and many are in decline globally. As such, improved understanding of seagrass populations and their associated faunal assemblages is needed to better detect and predict changes in the structure and functioning of these key habitats. Here, we analysed a large dataset -collected...
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