Corinne A Pebody

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The impact of anthropogenic ocean acidification (OA) on marine ecosystems is a vital concern facing marine scientists and managers of ocean resources. Euthecosomatous pteropods (holoplanktonic gastropods) represent an excellent sentinel for indicating exposure to anthropogenic OA because of the sensitivity of their aragonite shells to the OA conditions less(More)
It has been challenging to establish the mechanisms that link ecosystem functioning to environmental and resource variation, as well as community structure, composition, and compensatory dynamics. A compelling hypothesis of compensatory dynamics, known as "zero-sum" dynamics, is framed in terms of energy resource and demand units, where there is an inverse(More)
Inputs of detritus from the surface ocean are an important driver of community dynamics in the deep sea. The assessment of the flow of carbon through the benthic food web gives insight into how the community is sustained, and its resilience to fluctuations in food supply. We used a linear inverse model to compare the carbon flow through the food webs on an(More)
1 Katsiaryna Pabortsava, Richard S. Lampitt, Jeff Benson, Christian Crowe, 2 Robert McLachlan, Frederic A. C. Le Moigne, C. Mark Moore, Corinne Pebody, Paul 3 Provost, Andrew Rees, Gavin Tilstone, E. Malcom S. Woodward 4 5 1 National Oceanography Centre, European Way, Southampton, UK 6 GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, Germany 7 Ocean and(More)
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