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increase in the growth

coastal eutrophication

loss of temperate kelp forests

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erosion of structural complexity

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reduced p .r ratios.

reduced colony photos~theti~ rates

high and sustained colony respiratory rates

reduced poputation densities

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Reduction of metabolic rate

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rates and efficien cies of metabolism

lowered heat resistance

increased heat resistance

lowering of the upper lethal temperature



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warming of estuaries

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greater salinity

lower salinity

increased pH

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increases in mortality

less carbonate accumulation

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lowered calcification rates
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Graphically, interactions can be seen as nonparallel lines connecting means when we are working with the simple twofactor factorial with 2 levels of each main effect (adapted from Zar, H. Biostatistical Analysis, 5th Ed., 1999). Remember interactions are referring to the failure of a response variable to one factor to be the same at different levels of another factor. So when lines are parallel the response is the same. In the plots below you will see parallel lines as a consistent feature in all of the plots with no interaction. In plots depicting interactions, you notice that the lines cross (or would cross if the lines kept going).
Main and interaction effects  graphs


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Step #3b
Mix anova when no interaction effect is found.

Step #3a:
Mix Anova interpretation step 3a
