Herbivore community determines the magnitude and mechanism of nutrient effects on subtropical and tropical seagrasses Article

Campbell, Justin E, Altieri, Andrew H, Johnston, Lane N et al. (2018). Herbivore community determines the magnitude and mechanism of nutrient effects on subtropical and tropical seagrasses . 106(1), 401-412. 10.1111/1365-2745.12862



cited authors

  • Campbell, Justin E; Altieri, Andrew H; Johnston, Lane N; Kuempel, Caitlin D; Paperno, Richard; Paul, Valerie J; Duffy, J Emmett

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publication date

  • January 1, 2018

keywords

  • COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS
  • ENRICHMENT
  • Ecology
  • Environmental Sciences & Ecology
  • FLORIDA
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • NITROGEN-CONTENT
  • PARROTFISH SPARISOMA-RADIANS
  • PRIMARY PRODUCERS
  • PRODUCTIVITY
  • Plant Sciences
  • SALT-MARSH
  • Science & Technology
  • TOP-DOWN CONTROL
  • TURTLEGRASS THALASSIA-TESTUDINUM
  • Thalassia testudinum
  • bottom-up
  • comparative experimental approach
  • eutrophication
  • macrograzers
  • mesograzers
  • plant-herbivore interactions
  • sea urchins
  • top-down

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 401

end page

  • 412

volume

  • 106

issue

  • 1