Copepod Life Strategy and Population Viability in Response to Prey Timing and Temperature: Testing a New Model across Latitude, Time, and the Size Spectrum

@inproceedings{Banas2016CopepodLS,
  title={Copepod Life Strategy and Population Viability in Response to Prey Timing and Temperature: Testing a New Model across Latitude, Time, and the Size Spectrum},
  author={Neil S Banas and Eva Friis M\oller and Torkel Gissel Nielsen and Lisa B. Eisner},
  booktitle={Front. Mar. Sci.},
  year={2016}
}
Citation: Banas NS, Møller EF, Nielsen TG and Eisner LB (2016) Copepod Life Strategy and Population Viability in Response to Prey Timing and Temperature: Testing a New Model across Latitude, Time, and the Size Spectrum. Front. Mar. Sci. 3:225. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2016.00225 Copepod Life Strategy and Population Viability in Response to Prey Timing and Temperature: Testing a New Model across Latitude, Time, and the Size Spectrum 
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