Gilbert Cabana
Gilbert Cabana
Dept. Sciences de l'Environnement, UQTR
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Comparison of aquatic food chains using nitrogen isotopes.
G Cabana, JB Rasmussen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (20), 10844-10847, 1996
Modelling food chain structure and contaminant bioaccumulation using stable nitrogen isotopes
G Cabana, JB Rasmussen
Nature 372 (6503), 255-257, 1994
Comparing trophic position of freshwater fish calculated using stable nitrogen isotope ratios (δ15N) and literature dietary data
MJ Vander Zanden, G Cabana, JB Rasmussen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (5), 1142-1158, 1997
Pelagic Food Chain Structure in Ontario Lakes: A Determinant of Mercury Levels in Lake Trout (Salvelinus namaycush)
G Cabana, A Tremblay, J Kalff, JB Rasmussen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51 (2), 381-389, 1994
Effects of water velocity on algal carbon isotope ratios: implications for river food web studies
JC Finlay, ME Power, G Cabana
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (5), 1198-1203, 1999
Estimating the trophic position of aquatic consumers in river food webs using stable nitrogen isotopes
C Anderson, G Cabana
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26 (2), 273-285, 2007
Using ratios of stable nitrogen and carbon isotopes to characterize the biomagnification of DDE, mirex, and PCB in a Lake Ontario pelagic food web
RM Kiriluk, MR Servos, DM Whittle, G Cabana, JB Rasmussen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52 (12), 2660-2674, 1995
δ15N in riverine food webs: effects of N inputs from agricultural watersheds
C Anderson, G Cabana
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62 (2), 333-340, 2005
Are diatoms good integrators of temporal variability in stream water quality?
I Lavoie, S Campeau, F Darchambeau, G Cabana, PJ Dillon
Freshwater biology 53 (4), 827-841, 2008
Does δ15N in river food webs reflect the intensity and origin of N loads from the watershed?
C Anderson, G Cabana
Science of the Total Environment 367 (2-3), 968-978, 2006
Measuring life‐history omnivory in the opossum shrimp, Mysis relicta, with stable nitrogen isotopes
DK Branstrator, G Cabana, A Mazumder, JB Rasmussen
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (2), 463-467, 2000
Comparing the trophic position of littoral fish estimated using stable nitrogen isotopes (δ15N) and dietary data
MJ Vander Zanden, G Cabana, JB Rasmussen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (5), 1142-1158, 1997
Sulphur stable isotopes can distinguish trophic dependence on sediments and plankton in boreal lakes
L Croisetiere, L Hare, A Tessier, G Cabana
Freshwater Biology 54 (5), 1006-1015, 2009
Interannual variability in stage-specific survival rates and the causes of recruitment variation
MJ Bradford, G Cabana
Early life history and recruitment in fish populations, 469-493, 1997
The effect of sexual size dimorphism on variations in reproductive effort of birds and mammals
G Cabana, A Frewin, RH Peters, L Randall
The American Naturalist 120 (1), 17-25, 1982
Variability and directionality of temporal changes in δ13C and δ15N of aquatic invertebrate primary consumers
RJ Woodland, P Magnan, H Glémet, MA Rodríguez, G Cabana
Oecologia 169, 199-209, 2012
Incorporating temporally dynamic baselines in isotopic mixing models
RJ Woodland, MA Rodríguez, P Magnan, H Glémet, G Cabana
Ecology 93 (1), 131-144, 2012
An evaluation of the success of dredging as remediation at a DDT‐contaminated site in San Francisco Bay, California, USA
DP Weston, WM Jarman, G Cabana, CE Bacon, LA Jacobson
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 21 (10 …, 2002
Estimating the feeding range of a mobile consumer in a river–flood plain system using δ13C gradients and parasites
M Bertrand, G Cabana, DJ Marcogliese, P Magnan
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (6), 1313-1323, 2011
Sexual dichromatism in North American freshwater fish: do parasites play a role?
M Chandler, G Cabana
Oikos, 322-328, 1991
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