Combined effects of two stressors on Kenyan coral reefs are additive or antagonistic , not synergistic

@inproceedings{Darling2010CombinedEO,
  title={Combined effects of two stressors on Kenyan coral reefs are additive or antagonistic , not synergistic},
  author={Emily S. Darling and Tim R. McClanahan and Isabelle M. C{\^o}t{\'e}},
  year={2010}
}
A challenge for conservation science is predicting the impacts of co-occurring human activities on ecological systems. Multiple anthropogenic and natural stressors impact ecosystems globally and are expected to jeopardize their ecological functions and the success of conservation and management initiatives. The possibility that two or more stressors interact synergistically is of particular concern, but such nonadditive effects remain largely unidentified in nature. A long-term data set of hard… CONTINUE READING
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