Jonathan Grey
Jonathan Grey
Professor, Lancaster Environment Centre
E-mail megerősítve itt: lancaster.ac.uk
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Bayesian stable isotope mixing models
AC Parnell, DL Phillips, S Bearhop, BX Semmens, EJ Ward, JW Moore, ...
Environmetrics 24 (6), 387-399, 2013
A revised model for lipid‐normalizing δ13C values from aquatic organisms, with implications for isotope mixing models
M Kiljunen, J Grey, T Sinisalo, C Harrod, H Immonen, RI Jones
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (6), 1213-1222, 2006
Population-level metrics of trophic structure based on stable isotopes and their application to invasion ecology
MC Jackson, I Donohue, AL Jackson, JR Britton, DM Harper, J Grey
PloS one 7 (2), e31757, 2012
Seasonal changes in the importance of the source of organic matter to the diet of zooplankton in Loch Ness, as indicated by stable isotope analysis
J Grey, RI Jones, D Sleep
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (3), 505-513, 2001
Biomonitoring of human impacts in freshwater ecosystems: the good, the bad and the ugly
N Friberg, N Bonada, DC Bradley, MJ Dunbar, FK Edwards, J Grey, ...
Advances in ecological research 44, 1-68, 2011
Warming alters community size structure and ecosystem functioning
M Dossena, G Yvon-Durocher, J Grey, JM Montoya, DM Perkins, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1740), 3011-3019, 2012
Biogenic methane in freshwater food webs
RI Jones, J Grey
Freshwater Biology 56 (2), 213-229, 2011
Effect of preparation and preservation procedures on carbon and nitrogen stable isotope determinations from zooplankton
H Feuchtmayr, J Grey
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 17 (23), 2605-2610, 2003
Stable isotope analysis of zooplankton carbon nutrition in humic lakes
RI Jones, J Grey, D Sleep, L Arvola
Oikos, 97-104, 1999
An assessment, using stable isotopes, of the importance of allochthonous organic carbon sources to the pelagic food web in Loch Ness
RI Jones, J Grey, D Sleep, C Quarmby
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
Ontogeny and dietary specialization in brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) from Loch Ness, Scotland, examined using stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen
J Grey
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 10, 168-176, 2001
From introduction to fishery dominance: the initial impacts of the invasive carp Cyprinus carpio in Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 1999 to 2006
JR Britton, RR Boar, J Grey, J Foster, J Lugonzo, DM Harper
Journal of Fish Biology 71, 239-257, 2007
Stable isotope analysis of the origins of zooplankton carbon in lakes of differing trophic state
J Grey, RI Jones, D Sleep
Oecologia 123, 232-240, 2000
High intraspecific variability in carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios of lake chironomid larvae
J Grey, A Kelly, RI Jones
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (1), 239-244, 2004
Niche differentiation among invasive crayfish and their impacts on ecosystem structure and functioning
MC Jackson, T Jones, M Milligan, D Sheath, J Taylor, A Ellis, J England, ...
Freshwater Biology 59 (6), 1123-1135, 2014
River bed carbon and nitrogen cycling: state of play and some new directions
M Trimmer, J Grey, CM Heppell, AG Hildrew, K Lansdown, H Stahl, ...
Science of the total environment 434, 143-158, 2012
Widespread contribution of methane‐cycle bacteria to the diets of lake profundal chironomid larvae
RI Jones, CE Carter, A Kelly, S Ward, DJ Kelly, J Grey
Ecology 89 (3), 857-864, 2008
The use of stable isotope analyses in freshwater ecology: current awareness
J Grey
Pol. J. Ecol 54 (4), 563-584, 2006
Stable isotope analyses provide new insights into ecological plasticity in a mixohaline population of European eel
C Harrod, J Grey, TK McCarthy, M Morrissey
Oecologia 144, 673-683, 2005
Ferox Trout (Salmo trutta) as `Russian dolls': complementary gut content and stable isotope analyses of the Loch Ness foodweb
J Grey, SJ Thackeray, RI Jones, A Shine
Freshwater Biology 47 (7), 1235-1243, 2002
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