Items where Author is "Tarling, GA"

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Belcher, A; Tarling, GA; Manno, C; Atkinson, A; Ward, P; Skaret, G; Fielding, S; Henson, SA; Saunders, RA. 2017 The potential role of Antarctic krill faecal pellets in efficient carbon export at the marginal ice zone of the South Orkney Islands in spring. Polar Biology, 40. 2001-2013. 10.1007/s00300-017-2118-z

Atkinson, A; Hill, SL; Pakhomov, EA; Siegel, V; Anadon, R; Chiba, S; Daly, KL; Downie, R; Fielding, S; Fretwell, P; Gerrish, L; Hosie, GW; Jessopp, MJ; Kawaguchi, S; Krafft, BA; Loeb, V; Nishikawa, J; Peat, H; Reiss C, C; Ross, RM; Quetin, LB; Schmidt, K; Steinberg, DK; Subramaniam, A; Tarling, GA; Ward, P. 2017 KRILLBASE: a circumpolar database of Antarctic krill and salp numerical densities, 1926–2016. Earth System Science Data, 9. 1-18. 10.5194/essd-9-193-2017

Tarling, GA; Hill, SL; Peat, H; Fielding, S; Reiss C, c; Atkinson, A. 2016 Growth and shrinkage in Antarctic krill Euphausia superba is sex-dependent. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 547. 61-78. 10.3354/meps11634

Flores, H; Atkinson, A; Kawaguchi, S; Krafft, BA; Milinevsky, G; Nicol, S; Reiss, C; Tarling, GA; Werner, R; Bravo Rebolledo, E; Cirelli, V; Cuzin-Roudy, J; Fielding, S; Groeneveld, JJ; Haraldsson, M; Lombana, A; Marschoff, E; Meyer, B; Pakhomov, EA; Rombolá, E; Schmidt, K; Siegel, V; Teschke, M; Tonkes, T; Toullec, JY; Trathan, PN; Tremblay, N; Van de Putte, AP; van Franeker, JA; Werner, T. 2012 Impact of climate change on Antarctic krill. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 458. Jan-19. 10.3354/meps09831

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Tarling, GA; Ward, P; Atkinson, A; Collins, MA; Murphy, EJ. 2012 DISCOVERY 2010: Spatial and temporal variability in a dynamic polar ecosystem. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 59. Jan-13. 10.1016/j.dsr2.2011.10.001

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