“How” and “what” matters: Sampling method affects biodiversity estimates of reef fishes

Abstract

Understanding changes in biodiversity requires the implementation of monitoring programs encompassing different dimensions of biodiversity through varying sampling techniques. In this work, fish assemblages associated with the "outer" and "inner" sides of four marinas, two at the Canary Islands and two at southern Portugal, were investigated using three… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2979

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