Data from: Restoring marine ecosystems: spatial reef configuration triggers taxon-specific responses among early colonizers

Tim J. G. Wilms, Pauli H. Norðfoss, Henrik Baktoft, Josianne G. Støttrup, Bo M. Kruse & Jon C. Svendsen
1. The longstanding debate in conservation biology on the importance of single large or several small (SLOSS) habitats for preserving biodiversity remains highly relevant, given the ongoing degradation and loss of natural habitats worldwide. Restoration efforts are often constrained by limited resources, and insights from SLOSS studies therefore have important implications if restoration efforts can be optimized by manipulating the spatial configuration of restored habitats. Yet, the relevance of SLOSS for habitat restoration remains largely...
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