Angus Atkinson

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  • 2019-02 Krill (Euphausia superba) distribution contracts southward during rapid regional warming in NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 2017-10 The potential role of Antarctic krill faecal pellets in efficient carbon export at the marginal ice zone of the South Orkney Islands in spring in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 2016 Feeding and Food Processing in Antarctic Krill (Euphausia superba Dana) in BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF ANTARCTIC KRILL
  • 2014-11 Feeding rates and prey selectivity of planktonic decapod larvae in the Western English Channel in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 2010 Long-Term Relationships between the Marine Environment, Krill and Salps in the Southern Ocean in JOURNAL OF MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 2005-10 Omnivory and predation impact of the calanoid copepod Boeckella poppei in a maritime Antarctic lake in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 2004-11 Long-term decline in krill stock and increase in salps within the Southern Ocean in NATURE
  • 2002-11 Seasonal differences in citrate synthase and digestive enzyme activity in larval and postlarval antarctic krill, Euphausia superba in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 2001-08 Ammonium regeneration by Antarctic mesozooplankton: an allometric approach in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 2000-01 Zonal distribution and seasonal vertical migration of copepod assemblages in the Scotia Sea in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 1997-08 Structure and grazing impact of the mesozooplankton community during late summer 1994 near South Georgia, Antarctica in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 1995-02 The summer zooplankton community at South Georgia: biomass, vertical migration and grazing in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 1994-11 Diets and feeding selectivity among the epipelagic copepod community near South Georgia in summer in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 1992-09 Feeding rates and diel vertical migration of copepods near South Georgia: comparison of shelf and oceanic sites in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 1992-08 Diel vertical migration and feeding of copepods at an oceanic site near South Georgia in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 1991-02 Life cycles ofCalanoides acutus, Calanus simillimus andRhincalanus gigas (Copepoda: Calanoida) within the Scotia Sea in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 1990 The Distribution of Zooplankton in Relation to the South Georgia Shelf in Summer and Winter in ANTARCTIC ECOSYSTEMS
  • 1989-11 Distribution of six major copepod species around South Georgia during an austral winter in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 1989-06 Distribution of six major copepod species around South Georgia in early summer in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 1988-10 Summer-winter differences in copepod distribution around South Georgia in HYDROBIOLOGIA
  • 1988-07 A summer-winter comparison of zooplankton in the oceanic area Around South Georgia in POLAR BIOLOGY
  • 1988 Summer-winter differences in copepod distribution around South Georgia in BIOLOGY OF COPEPODS
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