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Appendices

Appendix A: Flow conditions, upwelling, and bathymetry of study sites.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A1.

Appendix B: Replicate flow measurements made with the Acoustic Doppler current Profiler (ADP).
Ecological Archives M080-005-A2.

Appendix C: Equatorial undercurrent (EUC) conditions at the study sites.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A3.

Appendix D: ANOVA table analyzing arcsine square-root-transformed percent cover of barnacles in rock wall habitats in 2003.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A4.

Appendix E: ANOVA tables from analysis of barnacle recruitment in 2002, 2003, and 2004.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A5.

Appendix F: Regression models estimating the relation between water flow and barnacle recruitment in 2003 and 2004 as in Table 2, but based on more replicate current meter deployments.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A6.

Appendix G: Statistical analysis of barnacle growth data.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A7.

Appendix H: Relationships between attributes of prey abundance, either the percent cover or recruitment of Megabalanus barnacles, and the density of predators, the whelk Hexaplex princeps, and the sea urchin Eucidaris galapagensis at different depths.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A8.

Appendix I: Relationship between maximum bottom depth within 15 km of the study sites and the frequency of EUC water masses at the study sites.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A9.

Appendix J: Photo quadrat area of rock wall community at 15 m depth at Rocas Gordon, January 2003, illustrating effects of fish predation on Megabalanus peninsularis barnacles.
Ecological Archives M080-005-A10.

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