Title

Effects of multi-species interactions and trophic dynamic on declining kelp forest abundance and the implications for future ecosystem restorations

Individual author or multiple authors

Individual

Major

Biology (BIOL)

Category of Work

Comps

Additional Category of Work

None

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

Class Year

2022

Comps Adviser(s)

Hernandez, Daniel

Keywords

kelp forest, abundance, ecosystems, restoration, trophic dynamics, multi-species interactions, herbivores, mutualism, commensalism, overgrazing, predatory fish, amphipod, N. fucicola, N. celidotus, hydroids, epifauana, bryozoans, nutrients, nitrogen

Academic Civic Engagement (ACE) Comps Designation

no

Format

application/pdf

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