Tracing carbon flow and trophic structure of a coastal Arctic marine food web using highly branched isoprenoids and carbon, nitrogen and sulfur stable isotopes

Rémi Amiraux, C.j. Mundy, Marie Pierrejean, Andrea Niemi, Kevin J. Hedges, Thomas A. Brown, Jens K. Ehn, Kyle H. Elliott, Steven H. Ferguson, Aaron T. Fisk, Grant Gilchrist, Les N. Harris, Katrin Iken, Kevin B. Jacobs, Kelsey F. Johnson, Z.a. Kuzyk, Audrey Limoges, Tracey N. Loewen, Oliver P. Love, Cory J.d. MatthewsWesley R. Ogloff, Bruno Rosenberg, Janne E. Søreide, Cortney A. Watt, David J. Yurkowski

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