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Nikolioudakis, N., S. Isari, P. Pitta & S. Somarakis 2012

Diet of sardine Sardina pilchardus: an 'end-to-end' field study.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 453:173-188.
 
Jungbluth, M.J., K.E. Selph, P.H. Lenz & E. Goetze 2017

Species-specific grazing and significant trophic impacts by two species of copepod nauplii, Parvocalanus crassirostris and Bestiolina similis.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 572:57-76. 10.3354/meps12139 MAY 31 2017
 
Pierson, J.J., W.C.L. Slater, D. Elliott & M.R. Roman 2017 Synergistic effects of seasonal deoxygenation and temperature truncate copepod vertical migration and distribution. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 575:57-68. 10.3354/meps12205 JUL 20 2017
 
Ikeda, H., C. Mizota & S.I. Uye 2017

Bioenergetic characterization in Aurelia aurita (Cnidaria: Scyphozoa) polyps and application to natural polyp populations.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 568:87-100. Mar 24 2017
 
Stamieszkin, K., N.J. Poulton & A.J. Pershing 2017 Zooplankton grazing and egestion shifts particle size distribution in natural communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 575:43-56. 10.3354/meps12212 JUL 20 2017
 
Werbrouck, E., A. Vanreusel, D. Deregibus, D. Van Gansbeke & M. De Troch 2017 Antarctic harpacticoids exploit different trophic niches: a summer snapshot using fatty acid trophic markers (Potter Cove, King George Island). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 568:59-71. Mar 24 2017
 
Pearre, S., Jr. 1980 Feeding by Chaetognatha: the relation of prey size to predator size in several species. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 3(2):125-134.
 
Pearre, S., Jr. 2000 Long-term changes in diel vertical migration behavior: more ups and downs. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 197:305-307. (12.v.2000)
 
Pearre, S., Jr. 2002 When lights are low: Comment on 'Midnight sinking behaviour in Calanus finmarchicus: a response to satiation or krill predation?' by Tarling et al. (2002). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 252:303-305.
 
Pedersen, M.F. & P.J. Hansen 2003 Effects of high pH on a natural marine planktonic community. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 260: 19-31.
 
Peck, M.A. & U. Daewel 2007 Physiologically based limits to food consumption, and individual-based modeling of foraging and growth of larval fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 347: 171-183.
 
Pedersen, O.P., K.S. Tande & D. Slagstad 2000 A synoptic sampling method applied to Calanus finmarchicus population on the Norwegian mid-shelf in 1997. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 204:143-157.
 
Shaffer, J.A., D.C. Doty, R.M. Buckley & J.E. West 1995 Crustacean community composition and trophic use of the drift vegetation habitat by juvenile splitnose rockfish Sebastes diploproa. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 123(1-3):13-21.
 
Shaw, W. & C.L.K. Robinson 1998 Night versus day abundance estimates of zooplankton at two coastal stations in British Colombia, Canada. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 175:132-154. (17.xii.1998)
 
Shanks, A.L. & K. Walters 1997 Holoplankton, meroplankton, and meiofauna associated with marine snow. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 156:75-86.
 
Shahidul Islam, M. & M. Tanaka 2006 Ontogenetic dietary shift of Japanese sea bass during larva-juvenile transition in Ariake Bay. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 323:305-310.
 
Sherman, K. 1994 Sustainability, biomass yields, and health of coastal ecosystems: an ecological perspective. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 112:277-301.
 
Sherr, E.B. & B.F. Sherr 2007 Heterotrophic dinoflagellates: a significant component of microzooplankton biomass and major grazers of diatoms in the sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 152:187-197.
 
White, J.R. & M.R. Roman 1992 Egg production by the calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa in the mesohaline Chesapeake Bay: the importance of food resources and temperature. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 86(3):239-249.
 
Wiadnyana, N.N. & F. Rassoulzadegan 1989 Selective feeding of Acartia clausi and Centropages typicus on microzooplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 53(1):37-45.
 
Wexels-Riser, C., S. Jansen, U. Bathmann & P. Wassmann 2003 Grazing of Calanus helgolandicus on Dinophysis norvegica during bloom conditions in the North Sea: evidence from investigations of faecal pellets. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 256:301-304.
 
Widbom, B. & R. Elmgren 1988 Response of benthic meiofauna to nutrient enrichment of experimental marine ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 42:257-268.
 
Atkinson, A. 1996 Subantarctic copepods in an oceanic, low chlorophyll environment: ciliate predation, food selectivity and impact on prey populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 130(1-3): 85-96.
 
Atkinson, A., R.S. Shreeve, E.A. Pakhomov, J. Priddle, S.P. Blight & P. Ward 1996 Zooplankton response to a phytoplankton bloom near South Georgia, Antarctica. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 144:195-210.
 
Atkinson, A., S.B. Schnack-Schiel, P. Ward & V. Marin 1997 Regional differences in the life cycle of Calanoides acutus (Copepoda: Calanoida) within the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 150(1-3):99-111. (30.iv.1997)
Wilson: paper
Atkinson, A., P. Ward, A. Hill, A.S. Brierley & G.C. Cripps 1999 Krill-copepod interactions at South Georgia, Antarctica, II. Euphausia superba as a major control on copepod abundance. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 176:63-79. (18.i.1999)
 
Atkinson, A. & R. Snyder 1997 Krill-copepod interactions at South Georgia, Antartica, 1: Omnivory by Euphausia superba. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 160:63-76.
 
Baird, R.C. & T.L. Hopkins 1981

Trophodynamics of the fish Valenciennellus tripunctulatus. 2. Selectivity, grazing rates and resource utilization.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 5(1):11-19.
Wilson: paper
Baird, R.C. & T.L. Hopkins 1981

Trophodynamics of the fish Valenciennellus tripunctulatus. 3. Energetics, resources and feeding strategy.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 5(1):21-28.
Wilson: paper
Baier, C.T. & J.E. Purcell 1997 Trophic interactions of chaetognaths, larval fish, and zooplankton in the South Atlantic Bight. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 146(1-3):43-53.
 
Bagoien, E. & T. Kiörboe 2005 Blind dating - mate finding in planktonic copepods. I. Tracking the pheromone trail of Centropages typicus. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 300:105-115.
 
Bagoien, E. & T. Kiörboe 2005 Blind dating - mate finding in planktonic copepods. III. Hydromechanical communication in Acartia tonsa. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 300:129-133.
 
Bailey, K.M., M.F. Canino, J.M. Napp, S.M. Spring & A.L. Brown 1995 Contrasting years of prey levels, feeding conditions and mortality of larval walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma in the western Gulf of Alaska. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 119(1-3):11-23.
 
Gonzalez, H.E., S.R. Gonzalez & G.J.A. Brummer 1994 Short-term sedimentation pattern of zooplankton, faeces and microplankton at a permanent station in the Bjornafjorden (Norway) during April-May 1992. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 105(1-2):31-45.
 
Gonzalez, H.E., M. Sobarzo, D. Figuerosa & E.M. Nothig 2000 Composition, biomass and potential grazing impact of the crustacean and pelagic tunicates in the northern Humboldt Current area off Chile: differences between El Nino and non-El Nino years. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 195:201-220.
 
Gonzalez, H.E. & V. Smetacek 1994

The possible role of the cyclopoid copepod Oithona in retarding vertical flux of zooplankton faecal material.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 113(3):233-246.
Wilson: PDF
Gonzalez, A. & V.H. Marin 1998

Distribution and life cycle of Calanus chilensis and Centropages brachiatus (Copepoda) in Chilean coastal water: a GSI approach.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 165:109-117.
Wilson: paper
Gómez-Gutiérrez, J., S. Martínez-Gómez & C.J. Robinson 2007 Influence of thermohaline fronts forced by tides on near-surface zooplankton aggregation and community structure in Bahía Magdalena, Mexico. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 346:129-145.
 
Gotceitas, V. & J.A. Brown 1993 Risk of predation to fish larvae in the presence of alternative prey: effects of prey size and number. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 98(3):215-222.
 
Goss, C., D.G. Bone, J.M. Peck, I. Everson, G.L. Hunt, Jr. & A.W.A. Murray 1997 Small-scale interactions between prions Pachyptila spp. and their zooplankton prey at an inshore site near Bird Island, South Georgia. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 154(0):41-51.
 
Gorokhova, E., A. Edlund, S. Hajdu & E.N. Zhivotova 2007

Nucleic acid levels in copepods: dynamic response to phytoplankton blooms in the northern Baltic proper.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 349:213-225.
Wilson: PDF
Gorokhova, E. 2003

Relationships between nucleic acid levels and egg production rates in Acartia bifilosa: implications for growth assessment of copepods in situ.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 262:163-172.
Wilson: PDF
Escribano, R. & I.A. McLaren 1999 Production of Calanus chilensis in the upwelling area of Antofagasta, northern Chile. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 177:147-156. (11.ii.1999)
 
El-Sabaawi, R., J.F. Dower, M. Kainz & A. Mazumder 2009 Interannual variability in fatty acid composition of the copepod Neocalanus plumchrus, in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 382:151-161.
 
Iversen, M.H. & L.K. Poulsen 2007 Coprorhexy, coprophagy, and coprochaly in the copepods Calanus helgolandicus, Pseudocalanus elongatus, and Oithona similis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 350:79-89.
 
Jacoby, C.A. & J.G. Greenwood 1989 Emergent zooplankton in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia: seasonal, lunar, and diel patterns in emergence and distribution with respect to substrata. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 51:131-154.
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Jackson, G.A. & T. Kiörboe 2004 Zooplankton use of chemodetection to find and eat particles. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 269:153-162.
 
Jakobsen, T.S., P.B. Hansen, E. Jeppesen, P. Gronkjær & M. Sondergaard 2003 Impact of three-spined stickleback Gasterosteus aculeatus on zooplankton and chlorophyll a in shallow, eutrophic, brackish lakes. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 262:277-284.
 
Jakobsen, Hans H. 2001

Escape response of planktonic protists to fluid mechanical signals.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 214: 67-78.
 
Jansen, H. & D.A. Wolf-Gladrow 2001 Carbonate dissolution in copepod guts: A numerical model. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 221: 199-207.
 
Jansen, S. & U. Bathmann 2007 Algae viability within copepod faecal pellets: evidence from microscopic examinations. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 337:145-153.
 
Martin, D.L., R.M. Ross, L.B. Quetin & A.E. Murray 2006 Molecular approach (PCR-DGGE) to diet analysis in young Antarctic krill Euphausia superba. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 319: 155-165.
 
Strickler, J.R. & J.H. Costello 1996 Calanoid copepod behavior in turbulent flows. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 139:307-309.
 
Stuart, V. 1986 Feeding and metabolism of Euphausia lucens (Euphausiacea) in the southern Benguela Current. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 30(2-3):117-125.
 
Stuart, V. & S.C. Pillar 1990 Diel grazing patterns of all ontogenetic stages of Euphausia lucens and in situ predation rates on copepods in the southern Benguela Uhupwelling region. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 64(3):227-241.
 
Street, G.T., B.C. Coull, G.T. Chandler & D.M.Sanger 1998 Prediation of meiofauna by juvenile spot Leiostomus xanthurus (Pisces) in contaminated sediments from Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 170:261-268. (3.ix.1998)
 
Mountain, D.G. & J. Kane 2010 Major changes in the Georges Bank ecosystem, 1980s to the 1990s. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 398:81-91.
 
De Laender, F., D. Van Oevelen, K. Soetaert & J.J. Middelburg 2010 Carbon transfer in a herbivore- and microbial loop-dominated pelagic food webs in the southern Barents Sea during spring and summer. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 398:93-107.
 
Pohnert, G., O. Lumineau, A. Cueff, S. Adolph, C. Cordevant, M. Lange & S. Poulet 2002 Are volatile unsaturated aldehydes from diatoms the main line of chemical defence against copepods? Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 245:33-45.
 
Pond, D.W., R.P. Harris, R. Head & D. Harbour 1996 Environmental and nutritional factors determining seasonal variability in the fecundity and egg viability of Calanus helgolandicus in coastal waters off Plymouth, UK. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 143:45-63.
 
Polunin, N.V.C., N.B. Morales, W.E. Pawsey, J.E. Cartes, J.K. Pinnegar & J. Moranta 2001 Feeding relationships in Mediterranean bathyal assemblages elucidated by stable nitrogen and carbon isotope data. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 220: 13-23.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Pohn, M., K. Vopel, E. Grunberger & J. Ott 2001 Microclimate of the brown alga Feldmannia caespitula interstitium under zero-flow conditions. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 210: 285-290.
 
Pitchford, J.W., A. James & J. Brindley 2003 Optimal foraging in patchy turbulent environments. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 256: 99-110.
 
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.
 
Engel Arendt, K., T.G. Nielsen, S. Rysgaard & K. Tönnesson 2010 Differences in plankton community structure along the Godthåbsfjord; from the Greenland Ice Sheet to offshore waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 401:49-62.
 
Koski, M., J. Dutz, W. Klein Breteler, S. Rampen & A. Noordeloos 2010 Seasonal changes in food quantity and quality of the common North Sea copepods Temora longicornis and Pseudocalanus elongatus: a bioassay approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 399:141-155.
 
Carrasco, N.K., R. Perissinotto & D. Pillay 2010 Zooplankton of the St. Lucia Estuary during the current drought cycle: a comparison between open- and closed-mouth conditions. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 399:157-171.
 
Damare, V. & S. Raghukumar 2010 Association of the stramenopilan protists, the aplanochytrids, with zooplankton of the equatorial Indian Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 399:53-68.
 
Mauchline, J. 1988

Egg and brood sizes of oceanic pelagic crustaceans.

marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 43:251-258.
Wilson: paper
Buskey, E.J. 1998

Energetic cost of position-holding behavior in the planktonic mysid Mysidium columbiae.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 172:139-147.
Wilson: paper
Bjaerke, O., T. Andersen & J. Titelman 2014 Predator chemical cues increase growth and alter development in nauplii of a marine copepod. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 510:15-24. 10.3354/meps10918 2014
 
Breitburg, D. & R. Burrell 2014

Predator-mediated landscape structure: seasonal patterns of spatial expansion and prey control by Chrysaora quinquecirrha and Mnemiopsis leidyi.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 510:183-200. 10.3354/meps10850 2014
 
Brodeur, R.D., C. Barcelo, K.L. Robinson, E.A. Daly & J.J. Ruzicka 2014

Spatial overlap between forage fishes and the large medusa Chrysaora fuscescens in the northern California Current region.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 510:167-181. 10.3354/meps10810 2014
 
Kozak, E.R., C. Franco-Gordo, E. Suarez-Morales & R. Palomares-Garcia 2014 Seasonal and interannual variability of the calanoid copepod community structure in shelf waters of the Eastern Tropical Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 507:95-110.
 
Kramer, M.J., D.R. Bellwood & O. Bellwood 2014 Benthic Crustacea on coral reefs: a quantitative survey. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 511:105-116. 10.3354/meps10953 SEP 24 2014
 
Gatune, C., A. Vanreusel, R. Ruwa, P. Bossier & M. De Troch 2014

Growth and survival of post-larval giant tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon feeding on mangrove leaf litter biofilms.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 511:117-128. 10.3354/meps10938 SEP 24 2014
 
Purcell, J.E., U. Tilves, V.L. Fuentes, G. Milisenda, A. Olariaga & A. Sabates 2014

Digestion times and predation potentials of Pelagia noctiluca eating fish larvae and copepods in the NW Mediterranean Sea.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 510:201-213. 10.3354/meps10790 2014
 
Wirtz, K.W. 2014 A biomechanical and optimality-based derivation of prey-size dependencies in planktonic prey selection and ingestion rates. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 507:81-94.
 
Pethybridge, H., N. Bodin, E.J. Arsenault-Pernet, J.H. Bourdeix, B. Brisset, J.L. Bigot, D. Roos & M. Peter 2014 Temporal and inter-specific variations in forage fish feeding conditions in the NW Mediterranean: lipid content and fatty acid compositional changes. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 51:39-54. 10.3354/meps10864 OCT 9 2014
 
Rodriguez, V. & E.G. Durbin 1992 Evaluation of synchrony of feeding behaviour in individual Acartia hudsonica (Copepoda, Calanoida). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 87(1-2):7-13.
 
Rodríguez-Graña, L., D. Calliari, D. Conde, J. Sellanes & R. Urrutia 2008 Food web of a SW Atlantic shallow coastal lagoon: spatial environmental variability does not impose substantial changes in the trophic structure. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 362:69-83.
 
Rodriguez-Grana, L., L. Castro, M. Loureiro, H.E. Gonzalez & D. Calliari 2005 Feeding ecology of dominant larval myctophids in an upwelling area of the Humboldt Current. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 290: 119-134.
 
Rodriguez, C.A., H.I. Browman, J.A. Runge & J.F. St. Pierre 2000 Impact of solar ultraviolet radiation on hatching of a marine copepod, Calanus finmarchicus. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 193:85-93.
 
Roche-Mayzaud, O., P. Mayzaud & D.C. Biggs 1991 Medium-term acclimation of feeding and of digestive and metrobolic enzyme activity in the neritic copepod Acartia clausi. I. Evidence from laboratory experiments. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 69(1-2):25-40.
 
Rollwagen-Bollens, G.C. & D.L. Penry 2003 Feeding dynamics of Acartia spp. copepods in a large, temperate estuary (San Francisco Bay, CA). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 257:139-158.
 
Rollwagen-Bollens, G.C. & M.R. Landry 2000 Biological response to iron fertilization in the eastern equatorial Pacific (IronEx II). II. Mesozooplankton abundance, biomass, depth distribution and grazing. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 201:43-56.
 
Miralto, A., L. Guglielmo, G. Zagami, I. Buttino, A. Granata & A. Ianora 2003 Inhibition of population growth in the copepods Acartia clausi and Calanus helgolandicus during diatom blooms. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 254:253-268.
 
Minutoli, R. & L. Guglielmo 2009 Zooplankton respiratory Electron Transport System (ETS) activity in the Mediterranean Sea: spatial and diel variability. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 381:199-211.
 
Robinson, H.E., C.M. Finelli & E.J. Buskey 2007 The turbulent life of copepods: effects of water flow over a coral reef on their ability to detect and evade predators. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 349:171-181.
 
Robertson, A.I., P. Dixon & P.A. Daniel 1988

Zooplankton dynamics in mangrove and other nearshore habitats in tropical Australia.

Marine Ecology progress Series
Volume: 43:139-150.
Wilson: paper
Robert, D., M. Castonguay & L. Fortier 2009 Effects of preferred prey density and temperature on feeding success and recent growth in larval mackerel of the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 377:227-237.
 
Visser, A.W. 2001 Hydromechanical signals in the plankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 222: 1-24.
 
Roman, M.R., D.V. Holliday & L.P. Sanford 2001 Temporal and spatial patterns of zooplankton in the Chesapeake Bay turbidity maximum. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 213 215-227.
 
Roman, M.R., H.W. Ducklow, J.A. Fuhrman, C. Garside, P.M. Glibert, T.C. Malone & G.B. McManus 1988 Production, consumption and nutrient cycling in a laboratory mesocosm. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 42(1):39-52.
 
Vernet, M., B.G. Mitchell, E. Sakshaug, G. Johnsen, R. Iturriaga & P. Wassmann 1996 Evidence for a novel pigment within vivo absorption maximum at 708 nm associated with Phaeocystis cf. pouchetii blooms. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 133(1-3): 253-262.
 
Viitasalo, M. & M. Rautio 1998 Zooplanktivory by Pranus flexuosus (Crustacea: Mysidacea): functional responses and prey selection in relation to prey escape responses. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 174:77-87. (26.xi.1998)
 
Viitasalo, M., T. Kiörboe J. Flinkman, L.W. Pedersen & A.W. Visser 1998 Predation vulnerability of planktonic copepods: Consequences of predator foraging strategies and prey sensory abilities. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 175:129-142. (17.xii.1998)
 
Munsch, S.H., J.R. Cordell & J.D. Toft 2015 Effects of seawall armoring on juvenile Pacific salmon diets in an urban estuarine embayment. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 535:213-229. 10.3354/meps11403 SEP 15 2015
 
Blackett, M., C.H. Lucas, R.A. Harmer & P. Licandro 2015

Population ecology of Muggiaea atlantica (Cnidaria, Siphonophora) in the Western English Channel.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 535:129-144. 10.3354/meps11423 SEP 15 2015
 
Smolina, I., S. Kollias, E.F. Moller, P. Lindeque, A.Y.M. Sundaram, J.M.O. Fernandes & G. Hoarau 2015

Contrasting transcriptome response to thermal stress in two key zooplankton species, Calanus finmarchicus and C. glacialis.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 534:79-93. 10.3354/meps11398 AUG 27 2015
 
Zobrist, E.C. & B.C. Coull 1992

Meiobenthic interactions with macrobenthic larvae and juveniles: an experimental assessment of the meiofaunal bottleneck.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 88:1-8.
Wilson: paper
Oresland, V. 1987

Feeding of the chaetognaths Sagitta elegans and S. setosa at different seasons in Gullmarsfjorden, Sweden.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 39:69-79.
Wilson: paper
Hirai, J. & A. Tsuda 2015 Metagenetic community analysis of epipelagic planktonic copepods in the tropical and subtropical Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 534:65-78. 10.3354/meps11404 AUG 27 2015
 
Miller, T.W., R.D. Brodeur, G. Rau & K. Omori 2010 Prey dominance shapes trophic structure of the northern California Current pelagic food web: evidence from stable isotopes and diet analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 420:15-26.
 
Kruse, S., T. Brey & U. Bathmann 2010 Role of midwater chaetognaths in Southern Ocean pelagic energy flow. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 416:105-113.
 
Halvorsen, E. 2015

Significance of lipid storage levels for reproductive output in the Arctic copepod Calanus hyperboreus.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 540:259-265. 10.3354/meps11528 NOV 26 2015
 
Meyer-Gutbrod, E.L., C.H. Greene, P.J. Sullivan & A.J. Pershing 2015 Climate-associated changes in prey availability drive reproductive dynamics of the North Atlantic right whale population. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 535:243-258. Sep 15 2015
 
Narvaez, P., M. Furtado, A.I. Neto, I. Moniz, J.M.N. Azevedo & M.C. Soares 2015 Temperate facultative cleaner wrasses selectively remove ectoparasites from their client-fish in the Azores. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 540:217-226. 10.3354/meps11522 NOV 26 2015
 
Saunders, R.A., M.A. Collins, P. Ward, G. Stowasser, S.L. Hill, R. Shreeve & G.A. Tarling 2015 Predatory impact of the myctophid fish community on zooplankton in the Scotia Sea (Southern Ocean). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 541:45-64. 10.3354/meps11527 DEC 15 2015
 
Vuori, K.A., K.K. Lehtonen, M. Kanerva, H. Peltonen, M. Nikinmaa, N.A. Berezina & E. Boikova 2015

Oxidative stress biomarkers in the copepod Limnocalanus macrurus from the northern Baltic Sea: effects of hydrographic factors and chemical contamination.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 538:131-144. 10.3354/meps11471 OCT 28 2015
 
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