Abstract

Measurements of the ecological factors, depth, temperature, salinity, pH, and Eh were tested for relationship to grain-size properties of associated bottom sediments at nineteen sampling stations in an ocean shore-line environment. Factor-vector analysis showed neither linear relationships within the ecological factors nor between the ecological factors and sediment grain size. A positive relationship was found to exist between siltiness of the sediment and abundance of turtlegrass.

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