Terrestrial carbon is a resource, but not a subsidy, for lake zooplankton.

Abstract

Inputs of terrestrial organic carbon (t-OC) into lakes are often considered a resource subsidy for aquatic consumer production. Although there is evidence that terrestrial carbon can be incorporated into the tissues of aquatic consumers, its ability to enhance consumer production has been debated. Our research aims to evaluate the net effect of t-OC input… (More)

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@article{Kelly2014TerrestrialCI, title={Terrestrial carbon is a resource, but not a subsidy, for lake zooplankton.}, author={Patrick Kelly and Christopher T Solomon and Brian C. Weidel and Stuart E. Jones}, journal={Ecology}, year={2014}, volume={95 5}, pages={1236-42} }