Data from: Human-induced reductions in fish predator boldness decrease their predation rates on prey in kelp forests

O. Kennedy Rhoades, Steve I. Lonhart & John J. Stachowicz
Humans have restructured food webs and ecosystems by depleting biomass, reducing size structure, and altering traits of consumers. However, few studies have examined the ecological impacts of human-induced trait changes across large spatial and temporal scales and species assemblages. We compared behavioural traits and predation rates by predatory fishes on standard squid prey in protected areas of different protection levels and ages, and found that predation rates were 6.5 times greater at old, no-take (>...
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