[Coral-List] Bahamas Research
Osmar Luiz Jr
osmarjljr at terra.com.br
Fri Feb 16 21:55:39 EST 2007
You are probably going to find interesting the following papers:
Chittaro, 2004. Fish-habitat associations across multiple spatial scales.
Coral Reefs 23: 235-244
Newman et al., 2006. Structure of Caribbean coral reef communities across a
large gradient of fish biomass. Ecology Letters 9: 1216-1227.
Jones et al., 2006. Coral declines threatens fish biodiversity in marine
reserves. PNAS 101(21): 8251-8253.
If you have difficulties to obtain some of then please contact me and I will
be pleased in send for you.
Osmar Luiz Jr.
Dept. of Zoology
University of Campinas
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> I am a teacher supervising a research project of a student who wishes to
> compare coral health in reefs around Grand Bahama. He has a research
> plan that involves transects and quadrats but I wondered if anyone could
> point me in the direction of a good source for information regarding
> quantification of reef fish community structure using a visual census
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