Cost-benefit of three different methods for studying Mediterranean rocky benthic assemblages

@inproceedings{Sant2017CostbenefitOT,
  title={Cost-benefit of three different methods for studying Mediterranean rocky benthic assemblages},
  author={Nat{\`a}lia Sant and Eglantine Chappuis and Conxi Rodr{\'i}guez-Prieto and Montserrat Real and Enric Ballesteros},
  year={2017}
}
Here we compare the applicability, the information provided and the cost-benefit of three sampling methods usually used in the study of rocky benthic assemblages. For comparative purposes, sampling was performed seasonally and along a depth gradient (0-50 m) in the Cabrera Archipelago (western Mediterranean). The destructive scraping (collection) method was the least cost-effective but provided the best qualitative and quantitative information. The in situ visual method was the most time… CONTINUE READING

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