Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Food webs
Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Food webs

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  1. 15N/14N and 13C/12C in Weddell Sea birds, seals and fish: implications for diet and trophic structure
Rau, G.H.; Ainley, D.G.; Bengtson, J.L.; Torres, J.J.; Hopkins, T.L.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 84, 1-8
Rau, G.H. (Author)596ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Accumulation of suspended barite at mesopelagic depths and export production in the Southern Ocean
Dehairs, F.; Baeyens, W.; Goeyens, L.
In: Science, 258, No. 5086, 1332-1335
Dehairs, F. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 3. Adaptive food webs : stability and transitions of real and model ecosystems
ISBN: 9781107182110
Copies: 1
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  4. Addendum to "Reconciling complexity with stability in naturally assembling food webs"
NEUTEL, A.-M.; HEESTERBEEK, J.A.P.; van de KOOPEL, J.; HOENDERBOOM, G.; VOS, A.; KALDEWAY, C.; BERENDSE, F.; de RUITER, P.C.
In: Nature, 458, No. 7234, 110
NEUTEL, A.-M. (Author)574.33ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Addressing the biological effects of decreased ozone on the Antarctic environment
Voytek, M.A.
In: Ambio, 19, No. 2, 52-61
Voytek, M.A. (Author)577.34ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Algae-copepod-fish link associated with Antarctic sea ice (1991)
HOSHIAI, T.; Tanimura, A.; Watanabe, K.; FUKUCHI, M.
Copies: 1
HOSHIAI, T. (Author)574.523ChapterAdd To Basket
  7. The Antarctic marine ecosystem and humankind
Berkman, P.A.
In: Reviews in Aquatic Sciences, 6, No. 3-4, 295-333
Berkman, P.A. (Author)574.5(26)ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Antarctic marine top predators revisited: homeotherms do not leak much CO2 to the air
BANSE, K.
In: Polar Biology, 15, No. 2, 93-104
BANSE, K. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 9. Antarctic nutrient cycles and food webs : SCAR Symposium on Antarctic Biology, 4th, Wilderness, 1983 (1985)
SIEGFRIED, W.R.; CONDY, P.R.; Laws, R.M.
ISBN: 3540134174
Copies: 4
SIEGFRIED, W.R. (Editor)574Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  10. The Antarctic planktonic ecosystem (1990)
Priddle, J.
Copies: 1
Priddle, J. (Author)574.5(26)ChapterAdd To Basket
  11. Antarctic predator-prey interactions
Croxall, J.P.
In: NERC News Journal, 3, No. 6, 4-6
Croxall, J.P. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Antarctica: a convergence of life
Laws, R.M.
In: New Scientist, 99, No. 1373, 608-616
Laws, R.M. (Author)574.5(26)ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 13. Aquatic food webs: an ecosystem approach (2005)
Belgrano, A.; SCHARLER, U.M.; Dunne, J.; ULANOWICZ, R.E.
ISBN: 019856483X
Copies: 2
Belgrano, A. (Editor)574.523Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  14. Are cetacea ecologically important? (1988)
KATONA, S.; Whitehead, H.
Copies: 1
KATONA, S. (Author)599.5ChapterAdd To Basket
  15. Arthropod interactions in an Antarctic terrestrial community (1985)
Block, W.
Copies: 1
Block, W. (Author)595.2ChapterAdd To Basket
  16. Assessing the strength of top-down influences on plankton abundance in unmanipulated lakes
CURRIE, D.J.; DILWORTH-CHRISTIE, P.; CHAPLEAU, F.
In: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 56, No. 3, 427-436
CURRIE, D.J. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Bacterial growth and losses due to bacterivory in a mesotrophic lake
CHRZANOWSKI, T.H.; SIMEK, K.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 15, No. 7, 771-785
CHRZANOWSKI, T.H. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. The Bering Sea - a dynamic food web perspective
AYDIN, K.; MUETER, F.
In: Deep-Sea Research Part II, 54, No. 23-26, 2501-2525
AYDIN, K. (Author)574.523ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 19. Biological environment of eastern Lancaster Sound and western Baffin Bay: components and important processes (1983)
LGL LTD.
Copies: 1
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  20. Biological removal of dimethyl sulphide from sea water
KIENE, R.P.; BATES, T.S.
In: Nature, 345, No. 6277, 702-705
KIENE, R.P. (Author)551.464ArticleAdd To Basket
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