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A 21-year fisheries-independent monitoring dataset was used to explore fish community diversity across a latitudinal gradient to quantify how diversity has changed and relate those changes in diversity to changes in the abiotic environment. Additionally, this study spans a biogeographic transition zone, providing insight into future species assemblages across regions of relatively high species diversity.
A quantitative small-scale snap-shot investigation on an intertidal sandflat in Jade Bay (North Sea) was conducted.
Occurrence (presence/absence) of the crabs at Kanamai Beach, Bamburi, Mkomani and the Gazi mangrove forest, and salinity measurements at various seepage points in Gazi, Nyali, Bamburi, Kanamai, Mkomani, Shelly and Tiwi measured during the months of June, July and August 1985. The data were digitized by VLIZ from the original report: Polk, P. (Ed.) (1986). Kenya report. VUB: Brussel. 358 pp.