Brittany Graham
Brittany Graham
Environmental Law Initiative (ELI)
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Using isoscapes to trace the movements and foraging behavior of top predators in oceanic ecosystems
BS Graham, PL Koch, SD Newsome, KW McMahon, D Aurioles
Isoscapes: understanding movement, pattern, and process on earth through …, 2010
Insight into the trophic ecology of yellowfin tuna, Thunnus albacares, from compound‐specific nitrogen isotope analysis of proteinaceous amino acids
BN Popp, BS Graham, RJ Olson, CCS Hannides, MJ Lott, ...
Terrestrial Ecology 1, 173-190, 2007
A rapid ontogenetic shift in the diet of juvenile yellowfin tuna from Hawaii
BS Graham, D Grubbs, K Holland, BN Popp
Marine Biology 150, 647-658, 2007
Quantification of zooplankton trophic position in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre using stable nitrogen isotopes
CCS Hannides, BN Popp, MR Landry, BS Graham
Limnology and oceanography 54 (1), 50-61, 2009
Food-web inferences of stable isotope spatial patterns in copepods and yellowfin tuna in the pelagic eastern Pacific Ocean
RJ Olson, BN Popp, BS Graham, GA López-Ibarra, F Galván-Magaña, ...
Progress in Oceanography 86 (1-2), 124-138, 2010
Nitrogen and carbon isotope values of individual amino acids: a tool to study foraging ecology of penguins in the Southern Ocean
A Lorrain, B Graham, F Ménard, B Popp, S Bouillon, P Van Breugel, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 391, 293-306, 2009
Nitrogen isotopic baselines and implications for estimating foraging habitat and trophic position of yellowfin tuna in the Indian and Pacific Oceans
A Lorrain, BS Graham, BN Popp, V Allain, RJ Olson, BPV Hunt, M Potier, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 113, 188-198, 2015
Future research directions on the “elusive” white shark
C Huveneers, K Apps, EE Becerril-García, B Bruce, PA Butcher, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 455, 2018
Trophic position increases with thermocline depth in yellowfin and bigeye tuna across the Western and Central Pacific Ocean
P Houssard, A Lorrain, L Tremblay-Boyer, V Allain, BS Graham, ...
Progress in Oceanography 154, 49-63, 2017
Trends in tuna carbon isotopes suggest global changes in pelagic phytoplankton communities
A Lorrain, H Pethybridge, N Cassar, A Receveur, V Allain, N Bodin, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (2), 458-470, 2020
A coupled stable isotope-size spectrum approach to understanding pelagic food-web dynamics: a case study from the southwest sub-tropical Pacific
BPV Hunt, V Allain, C Menkès, A Lorrain, B Graham, M Rodier, M Pagano, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 113, 208-224, 2015
Small tails tell tall tales–intra-individual variation in the stable isotope values of fish fin
B Hayden, DX Soto, TD Jardine, BS Graham, RA Cunjak, ...
PLoS One 10 (12), e0145154, 2015
Trophic dynamics and movements of tuna in the tropical Pacific Ocean inferred from stable isotope analyses
BS Graham
A comparison of the foraging ecology and bioenergetics of the early life-stages of two sympatric hammerhead sharks
DM Bethea, JK Carlson, LD Hollensead, YP Papastamatiou, BS Graham
Bulletin of Marine Science 87 (4), 873-889, 2011
Setting the stage for a global-scale trophic analysis of marine top predators: a multi-workshop review
JW Young, RJ Olson, F Ménard, PM Kuhnert, LM Duffy, V Allain, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 25, 261-272, 2015
Variable littoral‐pelagic coupling as a food‐web response to seasonal changes in pelagic primary production
SD Stewart, DP Hamilton, WT Baisden, M Dedual, P Verburg, IC Duggan, ...
Freshwater Biology 62 (12), 2008-2025, 2017
Global patterns and inferences of tuna movements and trophodynamics from stable isotope analysis
JM Logan, H Pethybridge, A Lorrain, CJ Somes, V Allain, N Bodin, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 175, 104775, 2020
Demography and ecology of southern right whales Eubalaena australis wintering at sub-Antarctic Campbell Island, New Zealand
LG Torres, W Rayment, C Olavarría, DR Thompson, B Graham, CS Baker, ...
Polar Biology 40, 95-106, 2017
Stable isotopes as indicators of ecological change
BN Popp, BS Graham, RJ Olson, CCS Hannides, MJ Lott, ...
Terr. Ecol 1, 173-190, 2007
Novel application of a compound-specific stable isotope (CSSI) tracking technique demonstrates connectivity between terrestrial and deep-sea ecosystems via submarine canyons
M Gibbs, D Leduc, SD Nodder, A Kingston, A Swales, AA Rowden, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 608, 2020
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