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“…Such demersal migrations may be on the order of 1 to 10 km depending upon the distribution of habitat (Appeldoorn et al 1997, Appeldoorn et al 2003, translating to areas greater than 1,000 ha, again depending on the distribution of habitat. For those reserves for which data are available, fully 50% are greater than this, and 41% are greater than 2,000 ha.…”
Section: Connectivity and Network Designmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such demersal migrations may be on the order of 1 to 10 km depending upon the distribution of habitat (Appeldoorn et al 1997, Appeldoorn et al 2003, translating to areas greater than 1,000 ha, again depending on the distribution of habitat. For those reserves for which data are available, fully 50% are greater than this, and 41% are greater than 2,000 ha.…”
Section: Connectivity and Network Designmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the construction of such detailed maps over broad areas allow for further research on processes acting at coarser scales such as habitat connectivity, fish migration and spatial variation in fish recruitment (Appeldoorn et at. 1997;Appeldoorn et al 2003;Kendall et al 2003;Meyer and Holland 2005).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…While coral reefs themselves are particularly valuable habitats for commercially important fisheries and the maintenance of system biodiversity, total production and diversity are likely to depend on a variety of habitat-related factors including the size Downloaded by [UQ Library] at 01:07 19 November 2014 distribution and degree of connectivity with other reef areas, as well as the surrounding matrix (e.g., Appeldoorn et al 2003). Thus, the habitat maps generated in the present study serve to (1) illustrate the utility and value of SSS technology for benthic habitat mapping, (2) provide detailed habitat information on 60 km 2 off of La Parguera, one of the most important fishery, tourist and marine research areas of Puerto Rico, and (3) provide a basis for a better understanding of existing benthic maps for Puerto Rico (NOAA/NOS/Biogeography Team 2002).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Most studies on ontogenetic migrations report higher densities of juvenile reef fish in mangroves and seagrass beds than on coral reefs, and generally lower total density of adult reef fish of the same species in mangroves and seagrass beds (e.g. Gillanders 1997, Appeldoorn et al 2003, Nakamura & Sano 2004, Dorenbosch et al 2006. Furthermore, studies have noted absence or low densities of adults from so-called 'nursery species' (species that use mangrove and seagrass beds as nursery habitat) on coral reefs where nursery habitats are very scarce or not present (e.g.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%