The calcareous brown alga Padina pavonica in southern Britain: population change and tenacity over 300 years

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Understanding long-term persistence and variability in species populations can help to predict future survival, growth and distribution; however, sustained observations are exceedingly rare. We examine and interpret a remarkable record of the calcareous brown alga Padina pavonica (Phaeophyceae) at its northern limit on the south coast of England (50°N, 1-3… (More)

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@inproceedings{Herbert2016TheCB, title={The calcareous brown alga Padina pavonica in southern Britain: population change and tenacity over 300 years}, author={Roger J H Herbert and Lisha Ma and Anne Marston and William F. Farnham and Ian Tittley and Richard C. Cornes}, booktitle={Marine biology}, year={2016} }