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Albert Calbet
Albert Calbet
Institut de Ciències del Mar, CSIC. Barcelona, Spain
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Phytoplankton growth, microzooplankton grazing, and carbon cycling in marine systems
A Calbet, MR Landry
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (1), 51-57, 2004
11582004
The ciliate-copepod link in marine ecosystems
A Calbet, E Saiz
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 38 (2), 157-167, 2005
5122005
Annual zooplankton succession in coastal NW Mediterranean waters: the importance of the smaller size fractions
A Calbet, S Garrido, E Saiz, M Alcaraz, CM Duarte
Journal of Plankton research 23 (3), 319-331, 2001
3552001
Mesozooplankton grazing effect on primary production: a global comparative analysis in marine ecosystems
A Calbet
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (7), 1824-1830, 2001
3322001
The trophic roles of microzooplankton in marine systems
A Calbet
ICES Journal of Marine Science 65 (3), 325-331, 2008
3172008
The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump
A Mitra, KJ Flynn, JM Burkholder, T Berge, A Calbet, JA Raven, E Granéli, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (4), 995-1005, 2014
3052014
Defining planktonic protist functional groups on mechanisms for energy and nutrient acquisition: incorporation of diverse mixotrophic strategies
A Mitra, KJ Flynn, U Tillmann, JA Raven, D Caron, DK Stoecker, F Not, ...
Protist 167 (2), 106-120, 2016
2802016
Mesozooplankton influences on the microbial food web: direct and indirect trophic interactions in the oligotrophic open ocean
A Calbet, MR Landry
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (6), 1370-1380, 1999
2701999
Microzooplankton production in the oceans
MR Landry, A Calbet
ICES Journal of Marine Science 61 (4), 501-507, 2004
2182004
Microzooplankton grazing in the oceans: impacts, data variability, knowledge gaps and future directions
C Schmoker, S Hernández-León, A Calbet
Journal of Plankton Research 35 (4), 691-706, 2013
2052013
Effect of heterotrophic versus autotrophic food on feeding and reproduction of the calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa: relationship with prey fatty acid composition
E Broglio, SH Jónasdóttir, A Calbet, HH Jakobsen, E Saiz
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 31 (3), 267-278, 2003
1792003
Effects of small‐scale turbulence on copepods: The case of Oithona davisae
E Saiz, A Calbet, E Broglio
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (3), 1304-1311, 2003
1582003
Accumulation and cycling of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in zooplankton
N Berrojalbiz, S Lacorte, A Calbet, E Saiz, C Barata, J Dachs
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (7), 2295-2301, 2009
1482009
Predicting single and mixture toxicity of petrogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons to the copepod Oithona davisae
C Barata, A Calbet, E Saiz, L Ortiz, JM Bayona
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 24 (11 …, 2005
1462005
Copepod grazing in a subtropical bay: species-specific responses to a midsummer increase in nanoplankton standing stock
A Calbet, MR Landry, RD Scheinberg
Marine Ecology Progress Series 193, 75-84, 2000
1452000
Copepod feeding in the ocean: scaling patterns, composition of their diet and the bias of estimates due to microzooplankton grazing during incubations
E Saiz, A Calbet
Hydrobiologia 666 (1), 181-196, 2011
1392011
Bridging the gap between marine biogeochemical and fisheries sciences; configuring the zooplankton link
A Mitra, C Castellani, WC Gentleman, SH Jónasdóttir, KJ Flynn, A Bode, ...
Progress in Oceanography 129, 176-199, 2014
1382014
Trophic impact and prey selection by crustacean zooplankton on the microbial communities of an oligotrophic coastal area (NW Mediterranean Sea)
E Broglio, E Saiz, A Calbet, I Trepat, M Alcaraz
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 35 (1), 65-78, 2004
1272004
Estimating zooplankton biomass through image analysis
M Alcaraz, E Saiz, A Calbet, I Trepat, E Broglio
Marine Biology 143 (2), 307-315, 2003
1232003
Bacteria-flagellate interactions in the microbial food web of the oligotrophic subtropical North Pacific
A Calbet, MR Landry, S Nunnery
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 23 (3), 283-292, 2001
1182001
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