Dining in the Deep: The Feeding Ecology of Deep-Sea Fishes.

@article{Drazen2017DiningIT,
  title={Dining in the Deep: The Feeding Ecology of Deep-Sea Fishes.},
  author={Jeffrey C. Drazen and Tracey T. Sutton},
  journal={Annual review of marine science},
  year={2017},
  volume={9},
  pages={
          337-366
        }
}
Deep-sea fishes inhabit ∼75% of the biosphere and are a critical part of deep-sea food webs. Diet analysis and more recent trophic biomarker approaches, such as stable isotopes and fatty-acid profiles, have enabled the description of feeding guilds and an increased recognition of the vertical connectivity in food webs in a whole-water-column sense, including benthic-pelagic coupling. Ecosystem modeling requires data on feeding rates; the available estimates indicate that deep-sea fishes have… CONTINUE READING

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