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Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Steve Newman
Polar compounds preclude mathematical lipid correction of carbon stable isotopes in deep-water sharks2017
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Stable isotope analysis in deep-sea chondrichthyans: recent challenges, ecological insights, and future directions2017
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Steve Newman
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Stable isotopes reveal insight into food web dynamics of a data-poor deep-sea island slope community2017
Dr William Reid
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Ecology and biogeography of megafauna and macrofauna at the first known deep-sea hydrothermal vents on the ultraslow-spreading Southwest Indian Ridge2016
Dr William Reid
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Professor Nick Polunin
Isotopic niche variability in macroconsumers of the East Scotia Ridge (Southern Ocean) hydrothermal vents: What more can we learn from an ellipse?2016
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr William Reid
Macrofaunal Ecology of Sedimented Hydrothermal Vents in the Bransfield Strait, Antarctica2016
Maria Valls
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Structure and dynamics of food webs in the water column on shelf and slope grounds of the western Mediterranean2014
Maria Valls
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Trophic structure of mesopelagic fishes in the western Mediterranean based on stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen2014
Dr William Reid
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Professor Nick Polunin
High variability in spatial and temporal size-based trophodynamics of deep-sea fishes from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge elucidated by stable isotopes2013
Dr William Reid
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Professor Nick Polunin
Spatial Differences in East Scotia Ridge Hydrothermal Vent Food Webs: Influences of Chemistry, Microbiologyand Predation on Trophodynamics2013
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