A Comparison of Some Methods for Analysing Changes in Benthic Community Structure

@inproceedings{Warwick2008ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Some Methods for Analysing Changes in Benthic Community Structure},
  author={Richard M. Warwick and Kenneth Robert Clarke},
  year={2008}
}
Statistical methods for analysing changes in community structure fall under the three general headings of univariate, graphical/distributional and multivariate. These methods are applied to a variety of benthic community data (macrobenthos, meiobenthos, corals, demersal fish), from a variety of localities (intertidal/subtidal, temperate/tropical) and over both spatial and temporal scales. Four general conclusions emerge from this comparative study: (1) The similarity between sites or times… CONTINUE READING

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