Is Acropora palmata really coming back? an analysis from Los Roques, Venezuela

@inproceedings{Crquer2015IsAP,
  title={Is Acropora palmata really coming back? an analysis from Los Roques, Venezuela},
  author={Aldo Cr{\'o}quer and Francoise Cavada-Blanco and Ainhoa L. Zubillaga and Esteban A Agudo-Adriani},
  year={2015}
}
Ten years ago, we studied the distribution and status of Acropora palmata at archipelago Los Roques because the actual status of this species at Los Roques was unclear in this archipelago after its regional collapse. In that opportunity we aimed to produce a baseline study for this species in Los Roques combining population genetics with demographic data. At that time, our results suggested that this species had the potential to come back at least in 6 out of 10 surveyed sites. This conclusion… CONTINUE READING

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