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  1. Age and productivity of the Antarctic scallop, Adamussium colbecki in Terra Nova Bay (Ross Sea, Antarctica)
HEILMAYER, O.; BREY, T.; Chiantore, M.; CATTANEO-VIETTI, R.; Arntz, W.E.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 288, No. 2, 239-256
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  2. Age determination in the Antarctic shrimp Notocrangon antarcticus (Crustacea: Decapoda), using the autofluorescent pigment lipofuscin
BLUHM, B.A.; BREY, T.
In: Marine Biology, 138, No. 2, 247-257
BLUHM, B.A. (Author)595.384.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Antarctic benthic diversity
BREY, T.; Klages, M.; DAHM, C.; and 7 others
In: Nature, 368, No. 6469, 297
BREY, T. (Author)574.587ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Antarctic zoobenthos (1994)
Arntz, W.E.; BREY, T.; GALLARDO, V.A.
Copies: 1
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  5. The autofluorescent age pigment lipofuscin: key to age, growth and productivity of the Antarctic amphipod Waldeckia obesa (Chevreux, 1905)
BLUHM, B.A.; BREY, T.; Klages, M.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 258, No. 2, 215-235
BLUHM, B.A. (Author)595.371ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Bomb signals in old Antarctic brachiopods
Peck, L.S.; BREY, T.
In: Nature, 380, No. 6571, 207-208
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Deep-sea food falls: first observation of a natural event in the Arctic Ocean
Klages, M.; VOPEL, K.; BLUHM, H.; BREY, T.; SOLTWEDEL, T.; Arntz, W.E.
In: Polar Biology, 24, No. 4, 292-295
Klages, M. (Author)595.371ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Do Antarctic benthic invertebrates show an extended level of eurybathy?
BREY, T.; DAHM, C.; GORNY, M.; Klages, M.; STILLER, M.; Arntz, W.E.
In: Antarctic Science, 8, No. 1, 3-6
BREY, T. (Author)591.524.11ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. Estimating productivity of macrobenthic invertebrates from biomass and mean individual weight
BREY, T.
In: Meeresforschung, 32, 329-343
BREY, T. (Author)591.524.11ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. The genus Sterechinus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) on the Weddell Sea shelf and slope (Antarctica): distribution, abundance and biomass
BREY, T.; GUTT, J.
In: Polar Biology, 11, No. 4, 227-232
BREY, T. (Author)593.95ArticleAdd To Basket
  11. Grazing by the Antarctic fish Notothenia coriiceps: evidence for selective feeding on macroalgae
IKEN, K.; BARRERA-ORO, E.R.; QUARTINO, M.L.; CASAUX, R.J.; BREY, T.
In: Antarctic Science, 9, No. 4, 386-391
IKEN, K. (Author)597.583.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Growth and age of the Antarctic bryozoan Cellaria incula on the Weddell Sea shelf
BREY, T.; GERDES, D.; GUTT, J.; Mackensen, A.; STARMANS, A.
In: Antarctic Science, 11, No. 4, 408-414
BREY, T. (Author)594.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. Growth and metabolism in the Antarctic brachiopod Liothyrella uva
Peck, L.S.; BROCKINGTON, S.; BREY, T.
In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A, 352, 851-858
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  14. Growth and production of Sterechinus neumayeri (Echinoidea: Echinodermata) in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
BREY, T.; Pearse, J.S.; BASCH, L.; McCLINTOCK, J.B.; SLATTERY, M.
In: Marine Biology, 124, No. 2, 279-292
BREY, T. (Author)593.95ArticleAdd To Basket
  15. Growth and productivity of the high Antarctic bryozoan Melicerita obliqua
BREY, T.; GUTT, J.; Mackensen, A.; STARMANS, A.
In: Marine Biology, 132, No. 2, 327-333
BREY, T. (Author)594.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  16. Growth in the limpet Nacella concinna from contrasting sites in Antarctica
Clarke, A.; PROTHERO-THOMAS, E.; BEAUMONT, J.C.; CHAPMAN, A.L.; BREY, T.
In: Polar Biology, 28, No. 1, 62-71
Clarke, A. (Author)594.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Growth performance and mortality in aquatic macrobenthic invertebrates (1999)
BREY, T.
Copies: 2
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  18. Growth, reproduction and production of Lissarca notorcadensis (Bivalvia: Philobryidae) in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica
BREY, T.; Hain, S.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 82, 219-226
BREY, T. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. High Antarctic macrobenthic community production
BREY, T.; GERDES, D.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 231, No. 2, 191-200
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  20. High-Antarctic regular sea urchins - the role of depth and feeding in niche separation
Jacob, U.; TERPSTRA, S.; BREY, T.
In: Polar Biology, 26, No. 2, 99-104
Jacob, U. (Author)593.95ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. Individual age and connective tissue lipofuscin in the hard clam Eurhomalea exalbida
LOMOVASKY, B.J.; MORRICONI, E.; BREY, T.; Calvo, J.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 276, Nos. 1-2, 83-94
LOMOVASKY, B.J. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  22. Interactions of growth and mortality in benthic invertebrate populations: empirical evidence for a mortality-growth continuum
BREY, T.; GAGE, J.D.
In: Archive of Fishery and Marine Research, 45, No. 1, 45-59
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  23. Is Antarctic benthic biomass really higher than elsewhere?
BREY, T.; GERDES, D.
In: Antarctic Science, 9, No. 3, 266-267
BREY, T. (Author)591.524.11ArticleAdd To Basket
  24. Lissarca notorcadensis (Bivalvia: Philobryidae) living on Notocidaris sp. (Echinoidea: Cidaridae): Population dynamics in limited space
BREY, T.; STARMANS, A.; MAGIERA, U.; Hain, S.
In: Polar Biology, 13, No. 2, 89-95
BREY, T. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  25. Occurrence of the autofluorescent pigment, lipofuscin, in polar crustaceans and its potential as an age marker
BLUHM, B.A.; BREY, T.; Klages, M.; Arntz, W.E.
In: Polar Biology, 24, No. 9, 642-649
BLUHM, B.A. (Author)595.3ArticleAdd To Basket
  26. Population dynamics of Magellania fragilis, a brachiopod dominating a mixed-bottom macrobenthic assemblage on the Antarctic shelf
BREY, T.; Peck, L.S.; Hain, S.; Arntz, W.E.
In: Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 75, No. 4, 857-869
BREY, T. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. Population dynamics of marine benthic invertebrates in Antarctic and subantarctic environments: are there unique adaptations?
BREY, T.; Clarke, A.
In: Antarctic Science, 5, No. 3, 253-266
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  28. Population dynamics of Sterechinus antarcticus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) on the Weddell Sea shelf and slope, Antarctica
BREY, T.
In: Antarctic Science, 3, No. 3, 251-256
BREY, T. (Author)593.95ArticleAdd To Basket
  29. A stable isotope approach to the eastern Weddell Sea trophic web: focus on benthic amphipods
NYSSEN, F.; BREY, T.; LEPOINT, G.; BOUQUEGNEAU, J.-M.; De Broyer, C.; DAUBY, P.
In: Polar Biology, 25, No. 4, 280-287
NYSSEN, F. (Author)595.371ArticleAdd To Basket
  30. Stable isotopes prove shell growth bands in the Antarctic bivalve Laternula elliptica to be formed annually
BREY, T.; Mackensen, A.
In: Polar Biology, 17, No. 5, 465-468
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  31. Temperature effects on summer growth rates in the Antarctic scallop, Adamussium colbecki
HEILMAYER, O.; HONNEN, C.; Jacob, U.; Chiantore, M.; CATTANEO-VIETTI, R.; BREY, T.
In: Polar Biology, 28, No. 7, 523-527
HEILMAYER, O. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  32. Towards a conceptual model of the Weddell Sea ecosystem, Antarctica (1993)
SCHALK, P.H.; BREY, T.; BATHMANN, U.
Copies: 1
SCHALK, P.H. (Author)574.523ChapterAdd To Basket
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