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Vogt, N.B. & H. Knutsen 1985 SIMCA pattern recognition classification of five infauna taxonomic groups using non-polar compounds, analysed by high resolution gas chromatography. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 26(1-2):145-156.
 
Visser, A.W. 2001 Hydromechanical signals in the plankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 222: 1-24.
 
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)
 
Banse, K. 1982

Mass-scaled rates of respiration and intrinsic growth in very small invertebrates.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 9:281-297.
Wilson: paper
Arimitsu, M.L., J.F. Piatt & F. Mueter 2016 Influence of glacier runoff on ecosystem structure in Gulf of Alaska fjords. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 560:19-40. 10.3354/meps11888 NOV 24 2016
 
Umezawa, Y. A. Tamaki, T. Suzuki, S. Takeuchi, C. Yoshimizu & I. Tayasu 2018 Phytoplankton as a principal diet for callianassid shrimp larvae in coastal waters, estimated from laboratory rearing and stable isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 592:141-158. 10.3354/meps12507 MAR 29 2018
 
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
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
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.
 
Kiörboe, T. 2016

Foraging mode and prey size spectra of suspension-feeding copepods and other zooplankton.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 558:15-20. 10.3354/meps11877 OCT 25 2016
 
Nagata, R.M., A.C. Morandini, S.P. Colin, A.E. Migotto & J.H. Costello 2016

Transitions in morphologies, fluid regimes, and feeding mechanisms during development of the medusa Lychnorhiza lucerna.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 557:145-159. 10.3354/meps11855 SEP 28 2016
 
Degen, R., L. Riavitz, S. Gollner, A. Vanreusel, C. Plum & Monika Bright 2012 Community study of tubeworm-associated epizooic meiobenthos from deep-sea cold seeps and hot vents. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 468:135-148.
 
Danielsen, N.S.T., R.B. Hedeholm & P. Gronkjaer 2016

Seasonal changes in diet and lipid content of northern sand lance Ammodytes dubius on Fyllas Bank, West Greenland.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 558:97-113. 10.3354/meps11859 OCT 25 2016
 
Banas, N.S. & R.G. Campbell 2016 Traits controlling body size in copepods: separating general constraints from species-specific strategies. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 558:21-33. 10.3354/meps11873 OCT 25 2016
 
Brosset, P., B. Le Bourg, D. Costalago, D. Banaru, E. Van Beveren, J.H. Bourdeix, J.M. Fromentin, F. Menard & C. Saraux 2016 Linking small pelagic dietary shifts with ecosystem changes in the Gulf of Lions. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 554:157-171. Jul 28 2016
 
Bodin, P. 1988 Results of ecological monitoring of three beaches polluted by the 'Amoco Cadiz' oil spill: development of meiofauna from 1978 to 1984. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 42:105-123, figs. 1-12, tabs. 1-4.
Wilson: paper
Bochdansky, A.B. & D. Deibel 1997 Destruction of chloropigments in copepod guts. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 147(1-3):301-303.
 
Bochdansky, A.B. & G.J. Herndl 1992 Ecology of amorphous aggregations (marine snow) in the northern Adriatic Sea. 3. Zooplankton interactions with marine snow. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 87(1-2):135-146.
 
Bochdansky, A.B., S. Puskaric & G.J. Herndl 1995 Influence of zooplankton grazing on free dissolved enzymes in the sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 121(1-3):53-63.
 
Bocher, P., Y. Cherel & K.A. Hobson 2000 Complete trophic segregation between South Georgian and common diving petrels during breeding at Iles Kerguelen. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 208:249-264.
 
Eberl, R. & E.J. Carpenter 2007 Association of the copepod Macrosetella gracilis with the cyanobacterium Trichodesmium spp. in the North Pacific gyre. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 333:205-212.
 
Blachowiak-Samolyk, K., S. Kwasniewski, K. Richardson, K. Dmoch, E. Hansen, H. Hop, S. Falk-Petersen & L.T. Mouritsen 2006 Arctic zooplankton do not perform diel vertical migration (DVM) during periods of midnight sun. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 308:101-116.
 
Bjornsen, P.K., H. Kaas, T.G. Nielsen, M. Olesen & K. Richardson-K 1993 Dynamics of a subsurface phytoplankton maximum in the Skagerrak. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 95(3):279-294.
 
Blanchard, G.F., P.G. Sauriau, V. Cariou-Le Gall, D. Gouleau, M.J. Garet & F. Olivier 1997 Kinetics of tidal resuspension of microbiota: Testing the effects of sediment cohesiveness and bioturbation using flume experiments. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 151:17-25.
 
Guenther, M., E. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, W.F. Carvalho, C.E. Rezende, J.L. Valentin & G.M. Mugrabe 2008 Plankton trophic structure and particulate organic carbon production during a coastal downwelling–upwelling cycle. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 363:109-119.
 
Guisande, C., I. Maneiro, I. Riveiro, A. Barreiro & Y. Pazos 2002 Estimation of copepod trophic niche in the field using amino acids and marker pigments. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 239:147-156.
 
Guisande, C., I. Riveiro & I. Maneiro 2000 Comparisons among the amino acid composition of females, eggs and food to determine the relative importance of food quantity and food quality to copepod reproduction. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 202:135-142.
 
Guisande, C., J. Sanchez, I. Maneiro & A. Miranda 1996 Trade-off between offspring number and offspring size in the marine copepod Euterpina acutifrons at different food concentrations. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 143(1-3):37-44.
 
Guisande, C., M. Frangopulos, I. Maneiro, A.R. Vergara & I. Riveiro 2002 Ecological advantages of toxin production by the dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum under phosphorus limitation. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 225: 169-176.
 
Guisande, C., M. Frangópulos, Y. Carotenuto, I. Maneiro, I. Riveiro & A.R. Vergara 2002 Fate of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins ingested by the copepod Acartia clausi. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 240:105-115.
 
Grutter, A.S. 1994 Spatial and temporal variations of the ectoparasites of seven reef fish species from Lizard Island and Heron Island, Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 115(1-2):21-30.
 
Grutter, A.S. 1996 Parasite removal rates by the cleaner wrasse Labroides dimidiatus. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 130:61-70.
 
Grutter, A.S. 2000 Ontogenetic variation in the diet of the cleaner fish Labroides dimidiatus and its ecological consequences. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 197:241-246.
 
Edvardsen, A., M. Zhou, T.S. Tande & Y.W. Zhu 2002 Zooplankton population dynamics: Measuring in situ growth and mortality rates using an Optical Plankton Counter. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 227: 205-219.
 
Eiane, K. & M.D. Ohman 2004 Stage-specific mortality of Calanus finmarchicus, Pseudocalanus elongatus and Oithona similis on Fladen Ground, North Sea, during a spring bloom. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 268:183-193.
 
Gurney, L.J., P.W. Froneman, E.A. Pakhomov & C.D. McQuaid 2001 Trophic positions of three euphausiid species from the Prince Edward Islands (Southern Ocean): Implications for the pelagic food web structure. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 217: 167-174.
 
Koski, M. & W.C.M. Klein Breteler 2003 Influence of diet on copepod survival in the laboratory. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 264:73-82.
 
Koski, M., J. Engstrom & M. Viitasalo 1999 Reproduction and survival of the calanoid copepod Eurytemora affinis fed with toxic and non-toxic cyanobacteria. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 186:187-197.
 
Koski, M., W. Klein Breteler & N. Schoft 1998 Effect of food quality on rate of growth and development of the pelagic copepod Pseudocalanus elongatus (Copepoda, Calanoida). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 170:169-187. (3.ix.1998)
 
Köster, M., C. Krause & G.A. Paffenhöfer 2008 Time-series measurements of oxygen consumption of copepod nauplii. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 353:157-164.
 
Koshikawa, H., S. Harada, M. Watanabe, K. Masataka, K. Kogure, T. Ioriya, K. Kohata, T. Kimura, K. Sato & T. Akehata 1999 Influence of plankton community structure on the contribution of bacterial production to metazooplankton in a coastal mesocosm. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 186:31-42.
 
Morales, C.E. 1987 Carbon and nitrogen content of copepod faecal pellets: effect of food concentration and feeding behavior. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 36(2):107-114.
 
Morgan, C.A., W.T. Peterson & R.L. Emmet 2003 Onshore-offshore variations in copepod community structure off the Oregon coast during the summer upwelling season. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 249:223-236.
 
Morgan, C.A., A. De Robertis & R.W. Zabel 2005 Columbia River plume fronts. I. Hydrography, zooplankton distribution, and community composition. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 299:19-31.
 
Morote, E., M.P. Olivar, P.M. Pankhurst, F. Villate & I. Uriarte 2008 Trophic ecology of bullet tuna Auxis rochei larvae and ontogeny of feeding-related organs. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 353:243-254.
 
Monteleone, D.M. & W.T. Peterson 1986 Feeding ecology of American sand dace Ammodytes americanus larvae from Long Island Sound. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 30(2-3):133-143.
 
Montagna, P.A. 1983 Live controls for radioisotope tracer food chain experiments using meiofauna. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 12:43-46, tabs. 1-4. (28-iv-1983)
 
Moodley, L., G.J. Van Der Zwaan, P.M.J. Herman, L. Kempers & P. Van Breugel 1997 Differential response of benthic meiofauna to anoxia with special reference to Foraminifera (Protista: Sarcodina). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 158:151-163.
 
Krägefsky, S., U. Bathmann, V. Strass & D. Wolf-Gladrow 2009 Response of small copepods to an iron-induced phytoplankton bloom: a model to address the mechanisms of aggregation. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 374:181-198.
 
Kozlowsky-Suzuki, B., M. Karjalainen, M. Koski, P. Carlsson, W. Stolte, M. Balode & E. Granéli 2007 Disruption of the microbial food web and inhibition of metazooplankton development in the presence of iron and DOM-stimulated Baltic Sea cyanobacteria. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 337:15-26.
 
Kozlowsky-Suzuki, B., M. Karjalainen, M. Lehtiniemi, J. Engström-Ost, M. Koski & P. Carlsson) 2003 Feeding, reproduction and toxin accumulation by the copepods Acartia bifilosa and Eurytemora affins in the presence of the toxic cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 249:237-249.
 
Fisher, N.S. & J.R. Reinfelder 1991 Assimilation of selenium in the marine copepod Acartia tonsa studied with a radiotracer ratio method. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 70(2):157-164.
 
Fisher, N.S., C.V. Nolan & S.W. Fowler 1991 Assimilation of metals in marine copepods and its biogeochemical implications. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 71(1):37-43.
 
Fisher, N.S., I. Stupakoff, S. Sanudo-Wilhelmy, W.X. Wang, J.L. Teyssie, S.W. Fowler & J. Crusius 2000 Trace metals in marine copepods: a field test of a bioaccumulation model coupled to laboratory uptake kinetics data. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 194:211-218.
 
Fisk, A.T., P.F. Hoekstra, J.M. Gagnon, J. Duffe, R.J. Norstrom, J. Ross, K.A. Hobson,M. Kwan & D.C.G. Muir 2003 Influence of habitat, trophic ecology and lipids on, and spatial trends of, organochlorine contaminants in Arctic marine invertebrates. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 262: 201-214.
 
Fleeger, J.W. & G.T. Chandler 1983 Meiofauna responses to an experimental oil spill in a Louisiana salt marsh. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 11(3):257-264, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2. (24-iii-1983)
 
Fleeger, J.W. & M.A. Palmer 1982 Secondary production of the estuarine, meiobenthic copepod Microarthridion littorale. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 7(2):157-162, fig. 1, tabs. 1-2. (15-ii-1982)
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Fleeger, J.W. & T.C. Shirley 1990 Meiofaunal responses to sedimentation from an Alaskan spring bloom. 2. Harpacticoid population dynamics. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 59(3):239-247.
 
Chan, F., R.L. Marino, R.W. Howarth & M.L. Pace 2006 Ecological constraints on planktonic nitrogen fixation in saline estuaries. II. Grazing controls on cyanobacterial population dynamics. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 309:41-53.
 
Chae, J. & S. Nishida 1995 Vertical distribution and diel migration in the iridescent copepods of the family Sapphirinidae: a unique example of reverse migration? Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 119(1-3):111-124.
Wilson: paper
Flynn, K.J. & X. Irigoien 2009 Aldehyde-induced insidious effects cannot be considered as a diatom defence mechanism against copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 377:79-89.
 
Flinkman, J., E. Aro, I. Vuorinen & M. Viitasalo 1998 Changes in northern Baltic zooplankton and herring nutrition from 1980s to 1990s: top-down and bottom-up processes at work. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 165:127-136. (7.v.1998)
 
Flores, H., A.P. Van De Putte, V. Siegel, E.A. Pakhomov, J.A. van Franeker, H.W.G. Meesters & F.A.M. Volckaert 2009 Distribution, abundance and ecological relevance of pelagic fishes in the Lazarev Sea, Southern Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 367:271-282.
 
Fossheim, M., M. Zhou, K. S. Tande, O.P. Pedersen, Y. Zhu & A. Edvardsen 2005 Interactions between biological and environmental structures along the coast of northern Norway. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 300:147-158.
 
Fossheim, M. & R. Primicerio 2008 Habitat choice by marine zooplankton in a high-latitude ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 364:47-56.
 
Fortier, L. & R.P. Harris 1989 Optimal foraging and density-dependent competition in marine fish larvae. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 51:19-33.
 
Fortier, L., D. Ponton & M. Gilbert 1995 The match/mismatch hypothesis and the feeding success of fish larvae in ice-covered southeastern Hudson Bay. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 120(1-3):11-27.
 
Fortier, L., M.E. Levasseur, R. Drolet & J.C. Therriault 1992 Export production and the distribution of fish larvae and their prey in a coastal jet frontal region. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 85(3):203-218.
 
Fortier, M., L. Fortier, C. Michel & L. Legendre 2002 Climatic and biological forcing of the vertical flux of biogenic particles under seasonal Arctic sea ice. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 225: 1-16.
 
Bell, S.S. & G.R.F. Hicks 1991 Marine landscapes and faunal recruitment: a field test with seagrasses and copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 73(1):61-68.
 
Bell, S.S. & K.M. Sherman 1980 A field investigation of meiofaunal dispersal: tidal resuspension and implications. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 3(3):245-249.
 
Bell, S.S., K. Walters & M.O. Hall 1987 Habitat utilization by harpacticoid copepods: a morphometric approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 35(1-2):59-64.
 
Beet, A., A.R. Solow & S.M. Bollens 2003 Comparing vertical plankton profiles with replication. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 262: 285-287.
 
Behrends, G. & Gerald Schneider 1995

Impact of Aurelia aurita medusae (Cnidaria, Scyphozoa) on the standing stock and community composition of mesozooplankton in the Kiel Bight (western Baltic Sea).

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 127(1-3):39-45.
 
Castellani, C., X. Irigoien, R.P. Harris & R.S. Lampitt 2005 Feeding and egg production of Oithona similis in the North Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 288:173-182.
 
Castellani, C. & Y. Altunbas 2006 Factors controlling the temporal dynamics of egg production of the copepod Temora longicornis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 308:143-153.
 
Castellani, C., C. Robinson, T. Smith & R.S. Lampitt 2005 Temperature affects the respiration rate of Oithona similis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 285:129-135.
 
Castro, L.R., G.R. Salinas & E.H. Hernández 2000 Environmental influences on winter spawning of the anchoveta, Engraulis ringens, off Talcahuano, central Chile. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 197:247-258.
 
Benoit-Bird, K.J., M.J. Zirbel & M.A. McManus 2008 Diel variation of zooplankton distributions in Hawaiian waters favors horizontal diel migration by midwater micronekton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 367:109-123.
 
Ceballos, S., L. Viesca & F. Álvarez-Marqués 2006 Copepod egg production during highly productive late spring conditions: importance of freshly ingested food and lipid storage. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 317:171-186.
 
Ceccherelli, V.U. & M. Mistri 1991 Production of the meiobenthic harpacticoid copepod Canuella perplexa. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 68(3):225-234.
 
Castro-Longoria, E., J. Alvarez-Borrego, A. Rocha-Olivares, S. Gomez & V. Kober 2003

Power of a multidisciplinary approach: use of morphological, molecular and digital methods in the study of harpacticoid cryptic species.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 249:297-303.
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Jansen, S. & U. Bathmann 2007 Algae viability within copepod faecal pellets: evidence from microscopic examinations. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 337:145-153.
 
Jansen, H. & D.A. Wolf-Gladrow 2001 Carbonate dissolution in copepod guts: A numerical model. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 221: 199-207.
 
Jeong, H.J., J.S. Kim, J.Y. Song, J.H. Kim, T.H. Kim, S.K. Kim & N.S. Kang 2007 Feeding by protists and copepods on the heterotrophic dinoflagellates Pfiesteria piscicida, Stoeckeria algicida, and Luciella masanensis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 349:199-211.
 
Jeong, H.J. 1994 Predation by the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Protoperidinium cf. divergens on copepod eggs and early naupliar stages. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 114(1-2):203-208.
 
Jeong, H.J. 1994 Predation effects of the calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa on a population of the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Protoperidinium cf. divergens in the presence of co-occurring red-tide dinoflagellate prey. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 111:87-97.
 
Jeong, H.J., H.J. Kang, J.H. Shim, J.K. Park, J.S. Kim, J.Y. Song & H.J. Choi 2001 Interactions among the toxic dinoflagellate Amphidinium carterae, the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Oxyrrhis marina, and the calanoid copepods Acartia spp. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 218: 77-86.
 
Jakobsen, Hans H. 2001

Escape response of planktonic protists to fluid mechanical signals.

Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 214: 67-78.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Frangopulos, M., C. Guisande, I. Maneiro, I. Riveiro & J. Franco 2000 Short-term and long-term effects of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum on the copepod Acartia clausi. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 203:161-169.
 
Franco, M.A., K. Soetaert, D.V. Oevelen, D.V. Gansbeke, M.J. Costa, M. Vincx & J. Vanaverbeke 2008 Density, vertical distribution and trophic responses of metazoan meiobenthos to phytoplankton deposition in contrasting sediment types. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 258:51-62.
 
Ji, R., C.S. Davis, C. Chen & R.C. Beardsley 2009 Life history traits and spatio-temporal distributional patterns of copepod populations in the Gulf of Maine–Georges Bank region. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 384:187-205.
 
Jiang, M., M.W. Brown, J.T. Turner, R.D. Kenney, C.A. Mayo, Z. Zhang & M. Zhou 2007 Springtime transport and retention of Calanus finmarchicus in Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays, USA, and implications for right whale foraging. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 349:183-197.
 
Jiang, H.S. & G.A. Paffenhöfer 2004 Relation of behavior of copepod juveniles to potential predation by omnivorous copepods: an empirical-modeling study. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 278:225-239.
 
Jiang, H.S. & G.A. Paffenhöfer 2008 Hydrodynamic signal perception by the copepod Oithona plumifera. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 373:37-52.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Hirst, A.G., D. Bonnet, D.V.P. Conway & T. Kiörboe 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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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.
 
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
 
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.
 
Eaglesham, J.B. & I. Hewson 2013 Widespread detection of circular replication initiator protein (rep)-encoding ssDNA viral genomes in estuarine, coastal and open ocean net plankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 494: 65-72. 10.3354/meps10575
 
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
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