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Spatial differences in the growth rates of Pocillopora damicornis associated with sedimentation rate and light intensity at Polhena patchy reef, southern Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Journal of Aquatic Sciences
Near shore patchy reef located at the leeward side of the fringing reef at Polhena was surveyed to evaluate spatial patterns of growth rates of Pocillopora damicornis. This study was carried out at three locations of the reef; front, side and back from June to November in 2004. Three sites were selected from each location considering the depth (surface, middle, and bottom). Forty five colonies of P. damicornis which were approximately of the same size were studied. Temperature, dissolveddoi:10.4038/sljas.v20i1.7455 fatcat:b4qm5dcmvrc4bg7wllrx6w2e7i