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Fatty acid trophic markers in the pelagic marine environment.
- J. Dalsgaard, Michael St. John, G. Kattner, D. Müller-Navarra, W. Hagen
- Biology, Medicine
- Advances in marine biology
Fatty acids have been used as qualitative markers to trace or confirm predator-prey relationships in the marine environment for more than thirty years. More recently, they have also been used to… Expand
Lipid storage in marine zooplankton
Zooplankton storage lipids play an important role during reproduction, food scarcity, ontogeny and diapause, as shown by studies in various oceanic regions. While triacylglycerols, the primary… Expand
Microbial production of recalcitrant dissolved organic matter: long-term carbon storage in the global ocean
The biological pump is a process whereby CO2 in the upper ocean is fixed by primary producers and transported to the deep ocean as sinking biogenic particles or as dissolved organic matter. The fate… Expand
A simple and efficient method for the solid‐phase extraction of dissolved organic matter (SPE‐DOM) from seawater
A simple protocol is presented for the solid-phase extraction of dissolved organic matter (SPE-DOM) from seawater using commercially prepacked cartridges. The method does not require major… Expand
The biogeochemistry of the river and shelf ecosystem of the Arctic Ocean: a review
The Arctic Ocean is, on a volume basis, the ocean with the highest terrestrial input in terms of freshwater and organic matter. The drainage areas of the Arctic contain more than half of the organic… Expand
Biogeochemical characteristics of dissolved and particulate organic matter in Russian rivers entering the Arctic Ocean
Abstract The biogeochemical signature of riverine matter in the Russian Arctic was investigated to establish a background for tracing terrestrial organic material in the Arctic Ocean. Elemental and… Expand
Lipids and life strategy of Arctic Calanus
Abstract The three Arctic Calanus species, C. finmarchicus (Gunnerus, 1765), C. glacialis (Jaschov, 1955), and C. hyperboreus, are the most important herbivores in Arctic seas in terms of species… Expand
Mangroves, a major source of dissolved organic carbon to the oceans
 Organic matter, which is dissolved in low concentrations in the vast waters of the oceans, contains a total amount of carbon similar to atmospheric carbon dioxide. To understand global… Expand
Lipids in Arctic benthos: does the fatty acid and alcohol composition reflect feeding and trophic interactions?
Arctic benthic organisms of various taxa (Anthozoa, Polychaeta, Pantopoda, Crustacea, Echinodermata) were collected on the shelves off northeast Greenland, Spitsbergen and the western Barents Sea.… Expand
Molecular formulae of marine and terrigenous dissolved organic matter detected by electrospray ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry
Abstract The chemical structure of refractory marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) is still largely unknown. Electrospray ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (ESI… Expand