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A revised model for lipid‐normalizing δ13C values from aquatic organisms, with implications for isotope mixing models
1. Stable isotope analyses coupled with mixing models are being used increasingly to evaluate ecological management issues and questions. Such applications of stable isotope analyses often requireExpand
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Implications of climate change for the fishes of the British Isles.
Recent climatic change has been recorded across the globe. Although environmental change is a characteristic feature of life on Earth and has played a major role in the evolution and globalExpand
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Phenotype-environment correlations in a putative whitefish adaptive radiation.
1. The adaptive radiation of fishes into benthic (littoral) and pelagic (lentic) morphs in post-glacial lakes has become an important model system for speciation. Although these systems are wellExpand
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Rapid sympatric ecological differentiation of crater lake cichlid fishes within historic times
Background: After a volcano erupts, a lake may form in the cooled crater and become an isolated aquatic ecosystem. This makes fishes in crater lakes informative for understanding sympatric evolutionExpand
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Tracing early stages of species differentiation: Ecological, morphological and genetic divergence of Galápagos sea lion populations
BackgroundOceans are high gene flow environments that are traditionally believed to hamper the build-up of genetic divergence. Despite this, divergence appears to occur occasionally at surprisinglyExpand
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Stable isotope analyses provide new insights into ecological plasticity in a mixohaline population of European eel
Recent studies have shown that anguillid eel populations in habitats spanning the marine–freshwater ecotone can display extreme plasticity in the range of catadromy expressed by individual fishes.Expand
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Rapid sympatric ecological differentiation of crater lake cichlid fishes within historic times
BackgroundAfter a volcano erupts, a lake may form in the cooled crater and become an isolated aquatic ecosystem. This makes fishes in crater lakes informative for understanding sympatric evolutionExpand
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A meta-analysis of latitudinal variations in life-history traits of roach, Rutilus rutilus, over its
Summary 1. We collated information from the literature on life history traits of the roach (a generalist freshwater fish), and analysed variation in absolute fecundity, von Bertalanffy parameters,Expand
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Parasite diversity, patterns of MHC II variation and olfactory based mate choice in diverging three-spined stickleback ecotypes
Ecological speciation has been the subject of intense research in evolutionary biology but the genetic basis of the actual mechanism driving reproductive isolation has rarely been identified. TheExpand
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Natural mortality, growth parameters, and environmental temperature in fishes revisited.
Pauly (1980. J. Cons. Int. Explor. Mer, 39: 175-192) showed that natural mortality rates in fish could be predicted from body growth parameters and environmental temperature but found no evidence forExpand
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