Browsing Martin Ryan Institute by Subject "Disturbance"
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Like a rolling stone: the mobility of maerl (corallinaceae) and the neutrality of the associated assemblages. (Ecological Society of America, 2008)Beds of non-attached coralline algae (maerl or rhodoliths) are widespread and considered relatively species rich. This habitat is generally found in areas where there is chronic physical disturbance such that maerl thalli ...