Data for each transect were standardized as number of observations of fauna divided by number of images included from that transect. A two-way crossed analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to compare Recovering and Still Trawled sites at depths of 350, 450, and 600 m for two groups: Total Megafauna, including all of the morphotypes listed above, and Coral, which included all cnidarians except soft substrate–associated sea pens, fast-growing wire corals, and encrusting species that were difficult to accurately quantify by count methods. All statistical comparisons were performed in JMP version 13.2 (SAS).

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