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Sandbar juvenile sharks: what do they do, where do they go

Seasonal Occurrence, Relative Abundance, and Migratory Movements of Juvenile Sandbar Sharks, Carcharhinus plumbeus, in Winyah Bay, South Carolina (aka- The Who, What, When, Where, and Why’s of Juvenile Sandbar Sharks inhabiting Winyah Bay, [...]

2020-01-20T06:02:46+01:00January 13th, 2020|Marine biology, The Science corner|0 Comments

Guest – Jérôme Pinti – Trophic interactions drive diel vertical migration patterns

Today we welcome Jérôme Pinti–PhD student at the Center for Ocean Life (DTU Aqua - Denmark)–who recently published one of his PhD chapters. Jérôme, similarly to myself works on traits and trophic interactions, and [...]

2020-03-14T20:35:18+01:00October 4th, 2019|Marine biology, The Science corner|0 Comments

A temporal exploration of food webs using biomonitoring data

A temporal exploration of food webs using biomonitoring data Since the very first representation of an ecological network (Camerano, 1880), food webs have become an important tool to explore and summarize the trophic [...]

Building food webs, a question of trade-offs

Building food webs, a question of trade-offs: Complexity and structure of food webs in the Barents Sea.   A food web describes the diversity of species and their feeding relationships (a.k.a. trophic links, [...]