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  1. Antarctic benthic foraminfera facilitate rapid cycling of phytoplankton-derived organic carbon
SUHR, S.B.; POND, D.W.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part II, 53, No. 8-10, 895-902
SUHR, S.B. (Author)593.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Application of liposome and stable isotope tracer techniques to study polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthesis in marine zooplankton
BELL, M.V.; DICK, J.R.; ANDERSON, T.R.; POND, D.W.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 29, No. 5, 417-422
BELL, M.V. (Author)591.524.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Changes in Emiliania huxleyi fatty acid profiles during infection with E. huxleyi virus 86: physiological and ecological implications
Evans, C.; POND, D.W.; WILSON, W.H.
Evans, C. (Author)582.26:581.19ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. Cold hardening induces transfer of fatty acids between polar and nonpolar lipid pools in the Arctic collembolan Megaphorura arctica
PURAC, J.; POND, D.W.; GRUBOR-LAJSIC, G.; KOJIC, D.; BLAGOJEVIC, D.P.; Worland, M.R.; Clark, M.S.
PURAC, J. (Author)595.713ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Composition of wax esters is linked to diapause behavior of Calanus finmarchicus in a sea loch environment
Clark, K.A.J.; Brierley, A.S.; POND, D.W.
In: Limnology and Oceanography, 57, No. 1 p. 65-75, 65-75
Clark, K.A.J. (K.A.J.) (Author)595.34ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Copepod hatching success in marine ecosystems with high diatom concentrations
IRIGOIEN, X.; Harris, R.P.; VERHEYE, H.M.; POND, D.W.; Ward, P.; SHREEVE, R.S.
In: Nature, 419, No. 6905, 387-389
IRIGOIEN, X. (Author)595.34ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Delta13C values of lipids from phototrophic zone microplankton and bathypelagic shrimps at the Azores sector of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
POND, D.W.; SARGENT, J.R.; Fallick, A.E.; Allen, C.; BELL, M.V.; Dixon, D.R.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part I, 47, No. 1, 121-136
POND, D.W. (Author)591.524.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Diatom fatty acid biomarkers indicate growth rates in Antarctic krill
POND, D.W.; Atkinson, A.; SHREEVE, R.S.; Tarling, G.A.; Ward, P.
In: Limnology and Oceanography, 50, No. 2, 732-736
POND, D.W. (Author)595.383.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. Discovery 2010: understanding the Scotia Sea food web
Atkinson, A.; Tarling, G.A.; POND, D.W.; STOWASSER, G.; Schmidt, K.; Fielding, S.; Murphy, E.J.; CAVANAGH, R.
In: GLOBEC International Newsletter, April 2010, 63-66
Atkinson, A. (Author)574.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. Egg production and associated losses of carbon, nitrogen and fatty acids from maternal biomass in Calanus finmarchicus before the spring bloom
MAYOR, D.J.; ANDERSON, T.R.; POND, D.W.; IRIGOIEN, X.
In: Journal of Marine Systems, 78, No. 4, 505-510
MAYOR, D.J. (Author)595.34ArticleAdd To Basket
  11. Importance of diatoms for Oithona in Antarctic waters
POND, D.W.; Ward, P.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 33, No. 1, 105-118
POND, D.W. (Author)595.34ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Investigating the use of milk fatty acids to detect dietary changes: a comparison with faecal analysis in Antarctic fur seals
STANILAND, I.J.; POND, D.W.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 294, 283-294
STANILAND, I.J. (Author)599.745.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. Laboratory studies of assimilation and egestion of algal lipid by Antarctic krill - methods and initial results
POND, D.W.; Priddle, J.; SARGENT, J.R.; Watkins, J.L.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 187, No. 2, 253-268
POND, D.W. (Author)595.383.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  14. Limitation of egg production in Calanus finmarchicus in the field: a stoichiometric analysis
MAYOR, D.J.; ANDERSON, T.R.; POND, D.W.; IRIGOIEN, X.
In: Journal of Marine Systems, 78, No. 4, 511-517
MAYOR, D.J. (Author)595.34ArticleAdd To Basket
  15. Lipid composition of Antarctic microplankton in relation to the nutrition of krill (1993)
POND, D.W.; Priddle, J.; SARGENT, J.R.; Watkins, J.L.
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POND, D.W. (Author)581.526.325ChapterAdd To Basket
  16. Lipid composition of the pelagic tunicate Dolioletta gegenbauri (Tunicata, Thaliacea)
POND, D.W.; SARGENT, J.R.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 20, No. 1, 169-174
POND, D.W. (Author)594.9ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Monitoring microbial predator-prey interactions: an experimental study using fatty acid biomarker and compound-specific stable isotope techniques
POND, D.W.; LEAKEY, R.J.G.; Fallick, A.E.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 28, No. 4, 419-427
POND, D.W. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. Natural growth rates in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): I. Improving methodology and predicting intermolt period
Tarling, G.A.; SHREEVE, R.S.; Hirst, A.G.; Atkinson, A.; POND, D.W.; Murphy, E.J.; Watkins, J.L.
In: Limnology and Oceanography, 51, No. 2, 959-972
Tarling, G.A. (Author)595.383.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. Natural growth rates in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): II. Predictive models based on food, temperature, body length, sex, and maturity stage
Atkinson, A.; SHREEVE, R.S.; Hirst, A.G.; Rothery, P (Peter); Tarling, G.A.; POND, D.W.; KORB, R.E.; Murphy, E.J.; Watkins, J.L.
In: Limnology and Oceanography, 51, No. 2, 973-987
Atkinson, A. (Author)595.383.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  20. A new method to determine the reproductive condition in female tubeworms tested in Seepiophila jonesi (Polychaeta: Siboglinidae: Vestimentifera)
HILARIO, A.; Tyler, P.A.; POND, D.W.
In: Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 88, No. 5, 909-912
HILARIO, A. (Author)595.142.271ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. Ontogenetic shifts in the trophic ecology of two alvinocaridid shrimp species at hydrothermal vents on the Mariana Arc, western Pacific Ocean
STEVENS, C.J.; LIMEN, H.; POND, D.W.; GELINAS, Y.; Juniper, S.K.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 356, 225-237
STEVENS, C.J. (Author)595.384.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  22. Perspectives on marine zooplankton lipids
KATTNER, G.; Hagen, W.; LEE, R.F.; Campbell, R.; DIEBEL, D.; Falk-Petersen, S.; GRAEVE, M.; HANSEN, B.W.; HIRCHE, H.-J.; JONASDOTTIR, S.H.; MADSEN, M.L.; MAYZAUD, P.; MULLER-NAVARRA, D.; NICHOLS, P.D.; PAFFENHOFER, G.-A.; POND, D.W.; SAITO, H.; STUBING, D.; VIRTUE, P.
In: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 64, No. 11, 1628-1639
KATTNER, G. (Author)591.524.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. Phase transitions of wax esters adjust buoyancy in diapausing Calanoides acutus
POND, D.W.; Tarling, G.A.
In: Limnology and Oceanography, 56, No. 4, 1310-1318
POND, D.W. (Author)595.34ArticleAdd To Basket
  24. Phyto- and zooplankton community structure and production around South Georgia (Southern Ocean) during summer 2001/02
Ward, P.; SHREEVE, R.S.; Whitehouse, M.J.; KORB, R.E.; Atkinson, A.; Meredith, M.P.; POND, D.W.; Watkins, J.L.; Goss, C.; CUNNINGHAM, N.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part I, 52, No. 3, 421-441
Ward, P. (Author)574.583ArticleAdd To Basket
  25. Plankton community structure and variability in the Scotia Sea: austral summer 2003
Ward, P.; SHREEVE, R.S.; Atkinson, A.; KORB, R.E.; Whitehouse, M.J.; Thorpe, S.E.; POND, D.W.; CUNNINGHAM, N.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 309, 75-91
Ward, P. (Author)574.583ArticleAdd To Basket
  26. Plankton community structure south and west of South Georgia (Southern Ocean): links with production and physical forcing
Ward, P.; Whitehouse, M.J.; SHREEVE, R.S.; Thorpe, S.E.; Atkinson, A.; KORB, R.E.; POND, D.W.; Young, E.F.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part I, 54, No. 11, 1871-1889
Ward, P. (Author)574.583ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. Protozoans as a food source for Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba: complementary insights from stomach content, fatty acids, and stable isotopes
Schmidt, K.; Atkinson, A.; PETZKE, K.-J.; VOSS, M.; POND, D.W.
In: Limnology and Oceanography, 51, No. 5, 2409-2427
Schmidt, K. (Author)595.383.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  28. Review of Lipids in aquatic ecosystems
POND, D.W.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 31, No. 12, 1581
POND, D.W. (Author) ArticleAdd To Basket
  29. Seabed foraging by Antarctic krill: Implications for stock assessment, bentho-pelagic coupling, and the vertical transfer of iron
Schmidt, K.; Atkinson, A.; Steigenberger, S.; Fielding, S.; Lindsay, M.C.M.; POND, D.W.; Tarling, G.A.; KLEVJER, T.A.; Allen, C.S.; Nicol, S.; Achterberg, E.P.
In: Limnology and oceanography Vol. 56 pt/no 4 (2011), p. 1411-1428
Schmidt, K. (Author)595.383.1Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  30. Sewage effects on food sources and diet of benthic foraminifera living in oxic sediment: a microcosm experiment
TOPPING, J.N.; Murray, J.W.; POND, D.W.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 329, No. 2, 239-250
TOPPING, J.N. (Author)593.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. Spatial and temporal operation of the Scotia Sea ecosystem: a review of large-scale links in a krill centred food web
Murphy, E.J.; Watkins, J.L.; Trathan, P.N.; REID, K.; Meredith, M.P.; Thorpe, S.E.; Johnston, N.M.; Clarke, A.; Tarling, G.A.; Collins, M.A.; FORCADA, J.; SHREEVE, R.S.; Atkinson, A.; KORB, R.E.; Whitehouse, M.J.; Ward, P.; Rodhouse, P.G.; Enderlein, P.; Hirst, A.G.; Martin, A.R.; HILL, S.L.; STANILAND, I.J.; POND, D.W.; Briggs, D.R.; CUNNINGHAM, N.; FLEMING, A.H.
In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 362, No. 1477, 113-148
Murphy, E.J. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
  32. Temporal variations in fatty acid composition of deep-sea holothurians: evidence of bentho-pelagic coupling
HUDSON, I.R.; POND, D.W.; Billett, D.S.M.; Tyler, P.A.; LAMPITT, R.S.; Wolff, G.A.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 281, 109-120
HUDSON, I.R. (Author)593.96ArticleAdd To Basket
  33. Trophic modes of large Antarctic Foraminifera: roles of carnivory, omnivory, and detritivory
SUHR, S.B.; ALEXANDER, S.P.; Gooday, A.J.; POND, D.W.; BOWSER, S.S.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 371, 155-164
SUHR, S.B. (Author)593.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  34. Trophic position of deep-sea fish - assessment through fatty acid and stable isotope analyses
STOWASSER, G.; McALLEN, R.; PIERCE, G.J.; Collins, M.A.; MOFFAT, C.F.; PRIEDE, I.G.; POND, D.W.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part I, 56, No. 5, 812-826
STOWASSER, G. (Author)597ArticleAdd To Basket
  35. Using fatty acid analysis to elucidate the feeding habits of Southern Ocean mesopelagic fish
STOWASSER, G.; POND, D.W.; Collins, M.A.
In: Marine Biology, 156, No. 11, 2289-2302
STOWASSER, G. (Author)597ArticleAdd To Basket
  36. Variability in milk fatty acids: recreating a foraging trip to test dietary predictions in Antarctic fur seals
STANILAND, I.J.; POND, D.W.
STANILAND, I.J. (Author)599.745.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  37. Variation in the lipid content and composition of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba at South Georgia
POND, D.W.; Watkins, J.L.; Priddle, J.; SARGENT, J.R.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 117, 49-57
POND, D.W. (Author)595.383.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. Vertebrate nutrition in a deep-sea hydrothermal vent ecosystem: fatty acid and stable isotope evidence
POND, D.W.; Fallick, A.E.; STEVENS, C.J.; MORRISON, D.J..; Dixon, D.R.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part I, 55, No. 12, 1781-1726
POND, D.W. (Author)597.586.2ArticleAdd To Basket
  39. Vertical profiles of pigments, fatty acids and amino acids: evidence for undegraded diatomaceous material sedimenting to the deep ocean in the Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica
FILEMAN, T.W.; POND, D.W.; BARLOW, R.G.; Mantoura, R.F.C.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part I, 45, No. 2-3, 333-346
FILEMAN, T.W. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
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