Extended Data Table 2: List of nations/states covered in study and their respective average biomass (kg ha−1 ± standard error)

From: Bright spots among the world’s coral reefs

Table 2
  1. In most cases, nation/state refers to an individual country, but can also include states (for example, Hawaii or Florida), territories (for example, British Indian Ocean Territory), or other jurisdictions. We treated the northwestern Hawaiian islands and Farquhar as separate ‘nation/states’ from Hawaii and the Seychelles, respectively, because they are extremely isolated and have little or no human population. In practical terms, this meant different values for a few nation/state scale indicators that ended up having relatively small effect sizes (Fig. 1b): population, tourism visitations, and in the case of the northwestern Hawaiian islands, fish landings.