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Sri Lanka Journal of Aquatic Sciences
Coral population structure is determined mainly by the larval settlement and recruitment pattern of sclerectenian corals. This pattern is mainly influenced by various environmental parameters such as temperature, pH, salinity, depth, current velocity and direction, tidal variations and turbidity. Experiments reported here examine the impacts of turbidity on the spatio-temporal distribution patterns of larval settlement of Indo-Pacific coral, Pocillopora damicornis at Polhena reef of Southerndoi:10.4038/sljas.v15i0.5484 fatcat:lfkbvlbbgbe4pdjtafwlxzwcsi