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