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Relationships between reef fish communities, water and habitat quality on coral reefs
Rapid urban and industrial development is causing water quality deterioration in coastal marine environments. Sediment and nutrient inputs increase water turbidity, limiting light availability and reducing the photosynthetic ...
Ecology of the encrusting sponge Desmapsamma anchorata
Sponges are a prominent component of the invertebrate fauna of Caribbean reefs. This study describes various aspects of the ecology of the demosponge Desmapsamma anchorata, Carter 1882, off southwest Puerto Rico. The ...