Environmental controls on spatial patterns in the long-term persistence of giant kelp in central California

@article{Young2015EnvironmentalCO,
  title={Environmental controls on spatial patterns in the long-term persistence of giant kelp in central California},
  author={Mary Young and K. Cavanaugh and T. Bell and P. Raimondi and C. Edwards and Patrick T. Drake and L. Erikson and C. Storlazzi},
  journal={Ecological Monographs},
  year={2015},
  volume={86},
  pages={45-60}
}
As marine management measures increasingly protect static areas of the oceans, it is important to make sure protected areas capture and protect persistent populations. Rocky reefs in many temperate areas worldwide serve as habitat for canopy-forming macroalgae and these structure-forming species of kelps (order Laminariales) often serve as important habitat for a great diversity of species. Macrocystis pyrifera is the most common canopy-forming kelp species found along the coast of California… Expand

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