Data for: A Pacific oyster invasion transforms shellfish reef structure by changing the development of associated seaweeds

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Description

Data used for the article "A Pacific oyster invasion transforms shellfish reef structure by changing the development of associated seaweeds"
Submitted to Estuarine Coastal and Shelf science in 2019
A Pacific oyster invasion transforms the structure of intertidal blue mussel reefs.
Native blue mussel reefs promote the development of habitat forming seaweed meadows.
Pacific oysters promote green algae mats and decrease the development of the native habitat forming seaweed.
Date made available9-Jan-2020
PublisherMendeley Data, Elsevier
Geographical coverageSchiermonnikoog, Dutch Wadden Sea
Geospatial polygonN 53.466 ̊, E 6.187 ̊

Keywords on Datasets

  • Biological invasion
  • Ecosystem engineers
  • Foundation species
  • Intertidal ecology
  • Magallana gigas
  • Shellfish reef
  • Pacific oysters
  • blue mussels
  • Crassostrea gigas
  • Mytilus edulis L.
  • Cerastoderma edule L.

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