Determining trophic niche width : an experimental test of the stable isotope approach

@inproceedings{Fink2012DeterminingTN,
  title={Determining trophic niche width : an experimental test of the stable isotope approach},
  author={Patrick Fink and Elke S. Reichwaldt and Chris Harrod and A. G. Rossberg},
  year={2012}
}
P. Fink (fink@limno.net), E. S. Reichwaldt and C. Harrod, Max-Planck-Inst. for Limnology, Dept for Physiological Ecology, August-ThienemannStrasse 2, DE-24306 Plön, Germany. Present address for PF: Univ. of Cologne, Cologne Biocenter, Zülpicher Strasse 47b, DE-50674 Köln, Germany. Present address for ESR: The Univ. of Western Australia, School of Environmental Systems Engineering, M015, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009, Australia. Present address for A. G. Rossberg: Queen’s Univ. of Belfast… CONTINUE READING
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