Linking Land and Sea: Different Pathways for Marine Subsidies

@article{Mellbrand2011LinkingLA,
  title={Linking Land and Sea: Different Pathways for Marine Subsidies},
  author={Kajsa Mellbrand and Paul Lavery and Glenn A Hyndes and Peter A Hamb{\"a}ck},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={732-744}
}
Nutrients and energy derived from marine autotrophs subsidize shore ecosystems, increasing productivity and affecting food web dynamics and structure. In this study we examined how the inland reach of such inflow effects depends on vectors carrying the marine inflow inland and on landscape structure. We used stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen to examine the roles of arthropod vectors in carrying marine-derived nutrients inland in two very different shore ecosystems: shore meadows in Sweden… CONTINUE READING

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