CO2 treatment methods and univariate statistical output from Effect of elevated CO2 and small boat noise on the kinematics of predator–prey interactions
journal contributionposted on 07.03.2018 by Mark I. McCormick, Sue-Ann Watson, Stephen D. Simpson, Bridie J. M. Allan
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Comparison of the effects of CO2 pre-treatment (400, 950 µatm) and sound regime (ambient reef, boat) on the kinematics of the interaction between juvenile damselfish prey (Pomacentrus wardi) and dottyback predator (Pseudochromis fuscus). Only those variable with significant effects are shown. Given (in order) are F, p (p < 0.05 in bold) and partial eta-squared (i.e., effect size). Tests were undertaken with 1 and 68df.