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Trophic positions of mesozooplankton across the North Atlantic: estimates derived from biovolume spectrum theories and stable isotope analyses theories and stable isotope analyses
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2016-10-03)
The structure of marine pelagic food webs determines the fate of organic carbon and productivity, but it is difficult to measure. We compared two common methods (stable isotope analyses, SIAs, and biovolume spectrum theories, BSTs) of estimating trophic positions (TPs) of mesozooplankton. Two sets of stations across the North Atlantic (Iceland Basin, Irminger Basin, Labrador Sea) were clearly ...