Towards ecologically relevant targets: impact of flow and sediment discharge on seagrass communities in the Great Barrier Reef

Published on Jan 1, 2019
Victoria Lambert , Matthew P. Adams10
Estimated H-index: 10
+ 7 AuthorsKatherine R. O'Brien18
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Abstract Seagrass ecosystems are increasingly subjected to multiple interacting stressors, making the consequent trajectories difficult to predict. Here, we present a new process-based model of seagrass decline in response to cumulative light and temperature stress. The model is calibrated to laboratory datasets for Great Barrier Reef seagrasses using Bayesian inference. Our model, which is fit to both physiological and morphological data, supports the hypothesis that physiological carbon loss r...