Elemental turnover rates and isotopic discrimination in a euryhaline fish reared under different salinities: Implications for movement studies

@inproceedings{Montalverne2016ElementalTR,
  title={Elemental turnover rates and isotopic discrimination in a euryhaline fish reared under different salinities: Implications for movement studies},
  author={R Mont'alverne and Timothy D. Jardine and Paula E.R. Pereyra and Mauro C{\'e}sar de Oliveira and Rafael Soriani Medeiros and Lu{\'i}s Andr{\'e} Sampaio and Marcelo Borges Tesser and Alexandre Miranda Garcia},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Stable isotopes are useful tools for studying species residency and movement in aquatic environments. Yet, many questions about their use still remain, mostly related to assumptions that should be experimentally validated, such as turnover rates and discrimination factors. Salinity is a key environmental variable that may influence turnover and discrimination factors, but its effects have not been tested. A controlled diet-shift experiment was conducted with whitemouth croakers… CONTINUE READING

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