Spatial distribution of algae and invertebrates in the rocky intertidal zone of the Strait of Magellan: are patterns general?

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Spatial variability in the distribution of macroalgae and invertebrates was examined at a number of sites in the Strait of Magellan. Two main predictions of models of zonation were tested in this study: (1) consistency in patterns of vertical distribution among sites one to tens of kilometers apart, and (2) homogeneity between areas at the same level on the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s003000050197

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@article{BenedettiCecchi1997SpatialDO, title={Spatial distribution of algae and invertebrates in the rocky intertidal zone of the Strait of Magellan: are patterns general?}, author={Lisandro Benedetti-Cecchi and Francesco Cinelli}, journal={Polar Biology}, year={1997}, volume={18}, pages={337-343} }