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Basedow, S.L., K.S. Tande & L.C. Stige 2010 Habitat selection by a marine copepod during the productive season in the Subarctic. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 416:165-178.
 
Karnovsky, N., A. Harding, W. Walkusz, S. Kwasniewski, I. Goszczko, J. Wiktor Jr, H. Routti, A. Bailey, L. McFadden, Z. Brown, G. Beaugrand & D. Grémillet 2010

Foraging distributions of little auks Alle alle across the Greenland Sea: implications of present and future Arctic climate change.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 415:283-293.
 
Drif, K., A.G. Hirst & S. Hay 2010

Seasonal abundance and egg production rates of Oithona similis and Pseudocalanus elongatus in the northern North Sea: a first comparison of Egg-Ratio and Incubation Methods.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 415:159-175.
 
Fort, J., Y. Cherel, A.M.A. Harding, J. Welcker, D. Jakubas, H. Steen, N.J. Karnovsky & D. Grémillet 2010 Geographic and seasonal variability in the isotopic niche of little auks. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 414:293-302.
 
Copeman, L.A. & B.J. Laurel 2010 Experimental evidence of fatty acid limited growth and survival in Pacific cod larvae. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 412:259-272.
 
Kolesar, S.E., D.L. Breitburg, J.E. Purcell & M.B. Decker 2010

Effects of hypoxia on Mnemiopsis leidyi, ichthyoplankton and copepods: clearance rates and vertical habitat overlap.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 411:173-188.
 
Kreibich, T., W. Hagen & R. Saborowski 2010

Food utilization of two pelagic crustaceans in the Greenland Sea: Meganyctiphanes norvegica (Euphausiacea) and Hymenodora glacialis (Decapoda, Caridea).

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 413:105-115.
 
Krück, N.C., C.A. Chargulaf, U. Saint-Paul & I.R. Tibbetts 2009 Early post-settlement habitat and diet shifts and the nursery function of tidepools during Sillago recruitment in Moreton Bay, Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 384:207-219.
 
Kolasinski, J., P. Frouin, A. Sallon, K. Rogers, H.J. Bruggemann & M. Potier 2009 Feeding ecology and ontogenetic dietary shift of yellowstripe goatfish Mulloidichthys flavolineatus (Mullidae) at Reunion Island, SW Indian Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 386:181-195.
 
Casini, M., V. Bartolino, J.C. Molinero & G. Kornilovs 2010

Linking fisheries, trophic interactions and climate: threshold dynamics drive herring Clupea harengus growth in the central Baltic Sea.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 413:241-252.
 
Fuchs, H.L. & P.J.S. Franks 2010 Plankton community properties determined by nutrients and size-selective feeding. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 413:1-15.
 
Yamamura, O., T. Funamoto, M. Chimura, S. Honda & T. Oshima 2013 Interannual variation in diets of walleye pollock in the Doto area, in relation to climate variation. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 491:221-234. 10.3354/meps10445
 
Connolly, R.M. & T.A. Schlacher 2013 Sample acidification significantly alters stable isotope ratios of sulfur in aquatic plants and animals. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 493: 1-8. 10.3354/meps10560
 
Henschke, N., D.A. Bowden, J.D. Everett, S.P. Holmes, R.J. Kloser, R.W. Lee & I.M. Suthers 2013 Salp-falls in the Tasman Sea: a major food input to deep-sea benthos. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 491:165-175. 10.3354/meps10450
 
Chew, L.L., V.C. Chong, K. Tanaka & A. Sasekumar 2012 Phytoplankton fuel the energy flow from zooplankton to small nekton in turbid mangrove waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 469:7-24.
 
Stukel, M.R., M.D. Ohman, C.R. Benitez-Nelson & M.R. Landry 2013 Contributions of mesozooplankton to vertical carbon export in a coastal upwelling system. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 491: 47-65. 10.3354/meps10453
 
Pomerleau, C., V. Lesage, S.H. Ferguson, G. Winkler, S.D. Petersen & J.W. Higdon 2012

Prey assemblage isotopic variability as a tool for assessing diet and the spatial distribution of bowhead whale Balaena mysticetus foraging in the Canadian eastern Arctic.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 469:161-174.
 
Lauria, V., M.J. Attrill, A. Brown, M. Edwards & S.C. Votier 2013 Regional variation in the impact of climate change: evidence that bottom-up regulation from plankton to seabirds is weak in parts of the Northeast Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 488:11-22.
 
Murphy, H.M., G.P. Jenkins, P.A. Hamer & S.E. Swearer 2013

Interannual variation in larval abundance and growth in snapper Chrysophrys auratus (Sparidae) is related to prey availability and temperature.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 487: 151-162. 10.3354/meps10388
 
Richmond, C.E., K.A. Rose & D.L. Breitburg 2013 Individual variability and environmental conditions: effects on zooplankton cohort dynamics. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 486:59-78. 10.3354/meps10418
 
Thorne, L.H. & A.J. Read 2013

Fine-scale biophysical interactions drive prey availability at a migratory stopover site for Phalaropus spp. in the Bay of Fundy, Canada.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 487:261-273. 10.3354/meps10384
 
van Deurs, M., A. Christensen & A. Rindorf 2013 Patchy zooplankton grazing and high energy conversion efficiency: ecological implications of sandeel behavior and strategy. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 487:123-133.; 10.3354/meps10390
 
Rossoll, D., U. Sommer & M. Winder 2013 Community interactions dampen acidification effects in a coastal plankton system. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 486:37-46. 10.3354/meps10352
 
Chen, M.R., H.B. Liu & H.T. Li 2013 Effect of mesozooplankton feeding selectivity on the dynamics of algae in the presence of intermediate grazers-a laboratory simulation. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 486:47-58.10.3354/meps10393
 
Mendes Gusmao, L.F., A.D. McKinnon & A.J. Richardson 2013

Female-biased sex ratios in marine pelagic copepods: Response to Hirst et al. (2013)

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 489:299-301. 10.3354/meps10523
 
Hirst, A.G., D. Bonnet, D.V.P. Conway & T. Kiorboe 2013 Female-biased sex ratios in marine pelagic copepods: Comment on Gusmao et al. (2013). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 489:297-298. 10.3354/meps10522
 
Gusmao, L.F.M., A.D. McKinnon & A.J. Richardson 2013 Female-biased sex ratios in marine pelagic copepods: Response to Hirst et al. (2013).  Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 489:299-301. 10.3354/meps10523
 
Diez, B., L. Van Nieuwerburgh & P. Snoeijs 2013 Water nutrient stoichiometry modifies the nutritional quality of phytoplankton and somatic growth of crustacean mesozooplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 489:93-105. 10.3354/meps10438
 
Bernreuther, M., J. Schmidt, D. Stepputtis & A. Temming 2013

Vertically resolved prey selectivity and competition of Baltic herring Clupea harengus and sprat Sprattus sprattus.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 489:177-195. 10.3354/meps10405
 
Baumgartner, M.F., N.S.J. Lysiak, H.C. Esch, A.N. Zerbini, C.L. Berchok & P.J. Clapham 2013 Associations between North Pacific right whales and their zooplanktonic prey in the southeastern Bering Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 490:267-284. 10.3354/meps10457
 
Roy, S., J.P. Chanut, M. Gosselin & T. Sime-Ngando 1996 Characterization of phytoplankton communities in the lower St. Lawrence Estuary using HPLC-detected pigments and cell microscopy. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 142(1-3): 55-73.
 
Roy, S., R.P. Harris & S.A. Poulet 1989 Inefficient feeding by Calanus helgolandicus and Temora longicornis on Coscinodiscus wallesii: quantitative estimation using chlorophyll-type pigments and effects on dissolved free amino acids. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 52(2):145-153.
 
Rudstam, L.G., S. Hansson, S. Johansson & U. Larsson 1992 Dynamics of planktivory in a coastal area of the northern Baltic Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 80:159-173.
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Russell, B.D., B.M. Gillanders & S.D. Connell 2005 Proximity and size of neighbouring habitat affects invertebrate diversity. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 296:31-38.
 
Russell, R.W., N.M. Harrison & G.L. Hunt, Jr. 1999 Foraging at a front: Hydrography, zooplankton, and avian planktivory in the northern Bering Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 182:77-93.
 
Shiomoto, A., K. Tadokoro, K. Nagasawa & Y. Ishida 1997 Trophic relations in the subarctic North Pacific ecosystem: Possible feeding effect from pink salmon. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 150:75-85.
 
Plourde, S. & J.A. Runge 1993 Reproduction of the planktonic copepod Calanus finmarchicus in the lower St. Lawrence Estuary: relation to the cycle of phytoplankton production and evidence for a Calanus pump. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 102(3):217-227.
 
Plourde, S. & P. Joly 2008 In situ egg production rate in Calanus finmarchicus and Metridia longa: methodological and species-specific effects. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 353:165-175.
 
Plourde, S., J.J. Dodson, J.A. Runge & J.C. Therriault 2002 Spatial and temporal variations in copepod community structure in the lower St. Lawrence Estuary, Canada. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 230:211-224.
 
Plourde, S., P. Joly, J.A. Runge, J. Dodson & B. Zakardjian 2003 The life cycle of Calanus hyperboreus in the lower St. Lawrence Estuary and its relationship to local environmental conditions. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 255:219-233.
 
Roux, R., M. Gosselin, G. Desrosiers & C. Nozais 2002 Effects of reduced UV radiation on a microbenthic community during a microcosm experiment. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 225: 29-43.
 
Planque, B. & J.M. Fromentin 1996 Calanus and environment in the eastern North Atlantic. 1. Spatial and temporal patterns of C. finmarchicus and C. helgolandicus. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 134(1-3):101-109.
 
Pitt, K.A., M.J. Kingsford, D. Rissik & K. Koop 2007 Jellyfish modify the response of planktonic assemblages to nutrient pulses. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 351:1-13.
 
Pissierssens, P., M. Bergmanns & P. Polk 1985 On the need for independently estimating organic tripton carbon content. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 25:107-109.
 
Pitchford, J.W., A. James & J. Brindley 2003 Optimal foraging in patchy turbulent environments. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 256: 99-110.
 
Pinca, S. & S. Dallot 1995 Meso- and macrozooplankton composition patterns related to hydrodynamic structures in the Ligurian Sea (Trophos-2 experiment, April-June 1986). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 126(1-3):49-65.
 
Maar, M., A.W. Visser, T.G. Nielsen, A. Stips & H. Saito 2006 Does turbulence and feeding behaviour affect the vertical distributions of Oithona similis and Microsetella norwegica? Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 313:157-172.
 
Maar, M., T.G. Nielsen, K. Bolding, H. Burchard & A.W. Visser 2007 Grazing effects of blue mussel Mytilus edulis on the pelagic food web under different turbulence conditions. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 339:199-213.
 
Maar, M., T.G. Nielsen, K. Richardson, U. Christaki, O.S. Hansen, S. Zervoudaki & E.D. Christou 2002 Spatial and temporal variability of food web structure during the spring bloom in the Skagerrak. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 239:11-29.
 
Lynch, D.R., W.C. Gentleman, D.J. McGillicuddy, Jr. & C.S. Davis 1998 Biological/physical simulations of Calanus finmarchicus population dynamics in the Gulf of Maine. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 169:189-210. (6.viii.1998)
 
Ni, I.H., W.X. Wang & Y.K. Tam 2000 Transfer of Cd, Cr, and Zn from zooplankton prey to mudskipper Periophthalmus cantonensis and glassy Ambassis urotaenia fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 194:203-210. (17.iii.2000)
 
Niehoff, B. & H.J. Hirche 2005 Reproduction of Calanus glacialis in the Lurefjord (western Norway) - indication for temperature-induced female dormancy. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 285:107-115.
 
Lores, E.M. & J.R. Pennock 1999 Bioavailability and trophic transfer of humic-bound copper from bacteria to zooplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 187: 67-75.
 
Lotufo, G.R. & J.W. Fleeger 1997 Effects of sediment-associated phenanthrene on survival, development and reproduction of two species of meiobenthic copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 151:91-102.
 
Noda, M., I. Ikeda, S. Shunshiroh, H. Hashimoto & K. Gushima 1998 Enrichment of coastal zooplankton communities by drifting zooplankton patches from the Kuroshio front. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 170:55-65. (3.ix.1998)
 
Nishida, S., S. Ohtsuka & A.R. Parker 2002 Functional morphology and food habits of deep-sea copeods of the genus Cephalophanes (Calanoida: Phaennidae): perception of bioluminescence as a strategy for food detection. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 227:157-171.
Wilson: paper
Nomaki, H., N.O. Ogawa, N. Ohkouchi, H. Suga, T. Toyofuku, M. Shimanaga, T. Nakatsuka & H. Kitazato 2008 Benthic foraminifera as trophic links between phytodetritus and benthic metazoans: carbon and nitrogen isotopic evidence. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 357:153-164.
 
Nolan, C.V., S.W. Fowler & J.L. Teyssie 1992 Cobalt speciation and bioavailability in marine organisms. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 88(2-3):105-116.
 
Noji, T.T., C.I.M. Noji & K.G. Barthel 1993 Pelagic-benthic coupling during the onset of winter in a northern Norwegian fjord. Carbon flow and fate of suspended particulate matter. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 93:89-99.
 
Niehoff, B., U. Klenke, H.J. Hirche, X. Irigoien, R. Head & R. Harris 1999 A high frequency time series at Weathership M, Norwegian Sea, during the 1997 spring bloom: The reproductive biology of Calanus finmarchicus . Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 176:81-92. (18.i.1999)
 
Nielsen, P., J. Mortensen, B. Vismann & B.W. Hansen 2006 Physiological tolerance of marine calanoid copepod eggs to sulphide. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 328:171-182.
 
Nielsen, T.G. & B. Hansen 1995 Plankton community structure and carbon cycling on the western coast of Greenland during and after the sedimentation of a diatom bloom. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 125(1-3):239-257.
 
Nielsen, T.G., E. Friis Møller, S. Satapoomin, M. Ringuette & R.R. Hopcroft 2002

Egg hatching rate of the cyclopoid copepod Oithona similis in arctic and temperate waters.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 236:301-306.
 
Nielsen, T.G. & K. Richardson 1989 Food chain structure of the North Sea plankton communities: seasonal variations of the role of the microbial loop. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 56(1-2):75-87.
 
Nielsen, T.G. & M. Maar 2007 Effects of a blue mussel Mytilus edulis bed on vertical distribution and composition of the pelagic food web. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 339:185-198.
 
Nielsen, T.G. & M. Sabatini 1996 Role of cyclopoid copepods Oithona spp. in North Sea plankton communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 143(1-3):79-93.
 
Nilsson, P. 1987 Demography of Mesochra lilljeborgi and Amonardia normani (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) reared on two diatom diets. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 39(3):267-274.
 
North, E.W. & E.D. Houde 2003 Linking ETM physics, zooplankton prey, and fish early-life histories to white perch (Morone americana) and striped bass (M. saxatilis) recruitment success. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 260:219-236.
 
Norrbin, M.F. 1996 Timing of diapause in relation to the onset of winter in the high-latitude copepods Pseudocalanus acuspes and Acartia longiremis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 142:99-109.
 
Pihl, L. 1985 Food selection and consumption of mobile epibenthic fauna in shallow marine areas. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 22:169-179.
 
Shreeve, S., G.A. Tarling, A. Atkinson, P. Ward, C. Goss & J. Watkins 2005 Relative production of Calanoides acutus (Copepoda: Calanoida) and Euphausia superba (Antarctic krill) at South Georgia and its implications at wider scales. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 298:229-239.
 
Shreeve, R.S. & P. Ward 1998 Moulting and growth of the early stages of two species of Antarctic calanoid copepod in relation to differences in food supply. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 175:109-119. (17.xii.1998)
 
Shreeve, R.S., P. Ward & M.J. Whitehouse 2002 Copepod growth and development around South Georgia: relationships with temperature, food and krill. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 233:169-183.
 
Van Alstyne, K.L. 1986 Effects of phytoplankton taste and smell on feeding behavior of the copepod Centropages hamatus. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 34(1-2):187-190.
 
Sikkel, P.C., C.A. Fuller & W. Hunter 2000 Habitat/sex differences in time at cleaning stations and ectoparasite loads in a Caribbean reef fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 193:191-199.
 
Van Gaever, S., L. Moodley, D. de Beer & A. Vanreusel 2006 Meiobenthos at the Arctic Håkon Mosby Mud Volcano, with a parental-caring nematode thriving in sulphide-rich sediments. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 321:143-155.
 
van Duren, L.A. & J.J. Videler 1995 Swimming behavior of developmental stages of the calanoid copepod Temora longicornis at different food concentrations. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 126(1-3):153-161.
 
Vanden Berghe, W. & M. Bergmans 1981 Differential food preference in three co-occurring species of Tisbe (Copepoda, Harpacticoida). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 4(2):213-219, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-2. (27-ii-1981)
Wilson: paper
Vanhove, S., J. Wittoeck, G. Desmet, B. van den Berghe, R.L. Herman, R.P.M. Bak, G. Nieuwland, J.H. Vosjan, A. Boldrin, S. Rabitti & M. Vincx 1995 Deep-sea meiofauna communities in Antarctica: Structural analysis and relation with the environment. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 127(1-3):65-76.
 
Yu, O.H., H.L. Suh & Y. Shirayama 2003 Feeding ecology of three amphipod species Synchelidium lenorostralum, S. trioostegitum and Gitanopsis japonica in the surf zone of a sandy shore. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 258:189-199.
 
Yuneva, T.V, L.S. Svetlichny, O.A. Yunev, Z.A. Romanova, A.E. Kideys, F. Bingel, Z. Uysal, A. Yilmaz & G.E. Shul'man 1999 Nutritional condition of female Calanus euxinus from cyclonic and anticyclonic regions of the Black Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 189:185-204.
 
Zamon. J.E. 2002 Tidal changes in copepod abundance and maintenance of a summer Coscinodiscus bloom in the southern San Juan Channel, San Juan Islands, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 226: 193-210.
 
Zarauz, L., X. Irigoien, A. Urtizberea & M. Gonzalez 2007 Mapping plankton distribution in the Bay of Biscay during three consecutive spring surveys. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 345:27-39.
 
Majaneva, S., J. Berge, P.E. Renaud, A. Vader, E. Stubner, A.M. Rao, O. Sparre & M. Lehtiniemi, 2013

Aggregations of predators and prey affect predation impact of the Arctic ctenophore Mertensia ovum.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 476:87-100. 10.3354/meps10143
 
Davies, K.T.A., T. Ross & C.T. Taggart 2013

Tidal and subtidal currents affect deep aggregations of right whale prey, Calanus spp., along a shelf-basin margin.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 479: 263-+; 10.3354/meps10189
 
Janssen, A., P. Chevaldonne & P. Martínez Arbizu 2013 Meiobenthic copepod fauna of a marine cave (NW Mediterranean) closely resembles that of deep-sea communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 479:99-113. 10.3354/meps10207
 
Sato, M., J.F. Dower, E. Kunze & R. Dewey 2013 Second-order seasonal variability in diel vertical migration timing of euphausiids in a coastal inlet. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 480:39-56. 10.3354/meps10215
 
Calbet, A., S. Isari, R.A. Martinez, E. Saiz, S. Garrido, J. Peters, R.M. Borrat & M. Alcaraz 2013

Adaptations to feast and famine in different strains of the marine heterotrophic dinoflagellates Gyrodinium dominans and Oxyrrhis marina.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 483:67-84. 10.3354/meps10291
 
Svetlichny, L., E. Hubareva & A. Khanaychenko 2012

Calanipeda aquaedulcis and Arctodiaptomus salinus are exceptionally euryhaline osmoconformers: evidence from mortality, oxygen consumption, and mass density patterns.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 470:15-29.
 
Persson, J., L.C. Stige, N.C. Stenseth, N. Usov & D. Martynova 2012

Scale-dependent effects of climate on two copepod species, Calanus glacialis and Pseudocalanus minutus, in an Arctic-boreal sea.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 468:71-83.
 
Friedrichs, L., M. Hornig, L.Schulze, A. Bertram, S. Jansen & C. Hamm 2013 Size and biomechanic properties of diatom frustules influence food uptake by copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 481:41-51. 10.3354/meps10227
 
Altermatt, F., A. Bieger & S.G. Morgan 2012

Habitat characteristics and metapopulation dynamics of the copepod Tigriopus californicus.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 468: 85-93.
 
Moeller, K.O., M. St John, A. Temming, J. Floeter, A.F. Sell, J.P. Herrmann & C. Moellmann 2012

Marine snow, zooplankton and thin layers: indications of a trophic link from small-scale sampling with the video plankton recorder.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 468:57-69.
 
Gleiber, M.R., D.K. Steinberg & H.W. Ducklow 2012 Time series of vertical flux of zooplankton fecal pellets on the continental shelf of the western Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 471:23-36.
 
Zamora-Terol, S.. T.G. Nielsen & E. Saiz 2013

Plankton community structure and role of Oithona similis on the western coast of Greenland during the winter-spring transition.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 483:85-102. 10.3354/meps10288
 
Williams, J., G.P. Jenkins, J.S. Hindell & S.E. Swearer 2013

Linking environmental flows with the distribution of black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri eggs, larvae and prey in a drought affected estuary.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 483:273-287. 10.3354/meps10280
 
Gusmao, L.F.M., A.D. McKinnon & A.J. Richardson 2013 No evidence of predation causing female-biased sex ratios in marine pelagic copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 482:279-298. 10.3354/meps10265
 
Katajisto, T., L. Karjala & M. Lehtiniemi 2013

Fifteen years after invasion: egg bank of the predatory cladoceran Cercopagis pengoi in the Baltic Sea.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 482:81-92. 10.3354/meps10266
 
Jimenez-Melero, R., J.D. Gilbert & F. Guerrero 2013

Secondary production of Arctodiaptomus salinus in a shallow saline pond: comparison of methods.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 483:103-116. 10.3354/meps10377
 
Mendes Gusmao, L.F., A.D. McKinnon & A.J. Richardson 2013 No evidence of predation causing female-biased sex ratios in marine pelagic copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 482:279-298.
 
Pierson, J.J., B.W. Frost & A.W. Leising 2013 Foray foraging behavior: seasonally variable, food-driven migratory behavior in two calanoid copepod species. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 475:49-64.
 
Gould, A.L. & W. Kimmerer 2010

Development, growth, and reproduction of the cyclopoid copepod Limnoithona tetraspina in upper San Francisco Estuary.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 412:163-177.
 
Kouris, A., H. Limén, C.J. Stevens & S.K. Juniper 2010

Blue mats: faunal composition and food web structure in colonial ciliate (Folliculinopsis sp.) mats at Northeast Pacific hydrothermal vents.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 412:93-101.
 
Wilson, S.E. & D.K. Steinberg 2010 Autotrophic picoplankton in mesozooplankton guts: evidence of aggregate feeding in the mesopelagic zone and export of small phytoplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 412:11-27.
 
Montagnes, D.J.S., J. Allen, L. Brown, C. Bulit, R. Davidson, S. Fielding, M. Heath, N.P. Holliday, J. Rasmussen, R. Sanders, J.J. Waniek & D. Wilson 2010 Role of ciliates and other microzooplankton in the Irminger Sea (NW Atlantic Ocean). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 411:101-115.
 
Overton, J.L., S. Meyer, J.G. Stottrup & M.A. Peck 2010

Role of heterotrophic protists in first feeding by cod (Gadus morhua) larvae.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 410:197-204.
 
Henzler, C.M., E.A. Hoaglund & S.D. Gaines 2010 FISH-CS – a rapid method for counting and sorting species of marine zooplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 410:1-11.
 
Juul-Pedersen, T., C. Michel & M. Gosselin 2010 Sinking export of particulate organic material from the euphotic zone in the eastern Beaufort Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 410:55-70.
 
DeLorenzo Costa, A., E.G. Durbin, C.A. Mayo & E.G. Lyman 2006 Environmental factors affecting zooplankton in Cape Cod Bay: implications to right whale dynamics. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 323:281-298.
 
Dagg, M.J. & K.D. Wyman 1983 Natural ingestion rates of the copepod Neocalanus plumchrus and N. cristatus calculated from gut contents. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 13:37-46.
 
Dagg, M.J., M.E. Clarke, T. Nishiyama & S.L. Smith 1984 Production and standing stock of copepod nauplii, food items for larvae of the walleye pollock Theregra chalcogramma in the southeastern Bering Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Dahms, H.U. & P.Y. Qian 2005 Biofilms affected by a meiobenthic copepod mediate invertebrate larval settlement. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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