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Appendix A: Formula for the calculation of stratification (Brunt-Väisälä frequency).
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Appendix B: A correlations matrix showing the relationship between the upwelling index (UI) with other physical variables at Elands Bay (Fig. B1) and Cape Columbine (Fig. B2).
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Appendix C: A correlation matrix showing the relationship between the sea breeze index (SB) with other physical variables at Elands Bay (Fig. C1).
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Appendix D: Background on the application of Model Selection sensu Burnham and Anderson (2002).
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Appendix E: A summary of differences in physical oceanographic variables between sites (Table E).
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Appendix F: Correlations between intertidal settlement and settlement on nearshore moorings, showing a coupling of larval supply and settlement at Elands Bay, but not at Cape Columbine.
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