A list with three datasets containing presence-absence data for the reassembly proccess of coral fish communities in three atolls (Agatti, Kadmat and Kavaratti) of the Lakshadweep Archipelago (India).
A list with 3 dataframes, each corresponding to the survey of a different atoll. Dataframes have in columns:
Name of the species found
A number indicating the trophic level of the surveyed species
Several columns with letters (indicating the atoll surveyed) and the year in which the surveys were done
Guild of the surveyed species
Surveys were conducted from 2000 to 2011 in order to follow community reassembly after a coral mass mortality event in the relatively unfished Lakshadweep Archipelago. Results indicated that higher trophic groups suffer an increased extinction rate even without fishing targeting them.
Kavaratti atoll was not surveyed in 2000 and 2010.
Alonso, D., Pinyol-Gallemi, A., Alcoverro T. and Arthur, R.. (2015) Fish community reassembly after a coral mass mortality: higher trophic groups are subject to increased rates of extinction. Ecology Letters, 18, 451–461.
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