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Natasha Henschke
Natasha Henschke
Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of British Columbia
Verified email at eoas.ubc.ca
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Rethinking the role of salps in the ocean
N Henschke, JD Everett, AJ Richardson, IM Suthers
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (9), 720-733, 2016
1502016
Salp-falls in the Tasman Sea: a major food input to deep-sea benthos
N Henschke, DA Bowden, JD Everett, SP Holmes, RJ Kloser, RW Lee, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 491, 165-175, 2013
572013
Population drivers of a Thalia democratica swarm: insights from population modelling
N Henschke, JA Smith, JD Everett, IM Suthers
Journal of Plankton Research 37 (5), 1074-1087, 2015
382015
Zooplankton trophic niches respond to different water types of the western Tasman Sea: a stable isotope analysis
N Henschke, JD Everett, IM Suthers, JA Smith, BPV Hunt, MA Doblin, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 104, 1-8, 2015
322015
Distribution of life-history stages of the salp Thalia democratica in shelf waters during a spring bloom
N Henschke, JD Everett, ME Baird, MD Taylor, IM Suthers
Marine Ecology Progress Series 430, 49-62, 2011
262011
Utility of salps as a baseline proxy for food web studies
EA Pakhomov, N Henschke, BPV Hunt, G Stowasser, Y Cherel
Journal of Plankton Research 41 (1), 3-11, 2019
242019
Demography and interannual variability of salp swarms (Thalia democratica)
N Henschke, JD Everett, MA Doblin, KA Pitt, AJ Richardson, IM Suthers
Marine biology 161 (1), 149-163, 2014
222014
Modeling population dynamics of scyphozoan jellyfish (Aurelia spp.) in the Gulf of Mexico
N Henschke, CA Stock, JL Sarmiento
Marine Ecology Progress Series 591, 167-183, 2018
202018
Large Vertical Migrations of Pyrosoma atlanticum Play an Important Role in Active Carbon Transport
N Henschke, EA Pakhomov, LE Kwong, JD Everett, L Laiolo, AR Coghlan, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124 (5), 1056-1070, 2019
182019
Modelling the life cycle of Salpa thompsoni
N Henschke, EA Pakhomov, J Groeneveld, B Meyer
Ecological modelling 387, 17-26, 2018
162018
A database of chlorophyll a in Australian waters
CH Davies, P Ajani, L Armbrecht, N Atkins, ME Baird, J Beard, P Bonham, ...
Scientific data 5 (1), 1-8, 2018
162018
Over 75 years of zooplankton data from Australia: Ecological Archives E095‐278
CH Davies, AJ Armstrong, M Baird, F Coman, S Edgar, D Gaughan, ...
Ecology 95 (11), 3229-3229, 2014
162014
Latitudinal variations in Salpa thompsoni reproductive fitness
N Henschke, EA Pakhomov
Limnology and Oceanography 64 (2), 575-584, 2019
142019
Mesozooplankton and micronekton active carbon transport in contrasting eddies
LE Kwong, N Henschke, EA Pakhomov, JD Everett, IM Suthers
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 825, 2020
102020
Blooms of a key grazer in the Southern Ocean–An individual-based model of Salpa thompsoni
J Groeneveld, U Berger, N Henschke, EA Pakhomov, CS Reiss, B Meyer
Progress in Oceanography 185, 102339, 2020
92020
Population demographics and growth rate of Salpa thompsoni on the Kerguelen Plateau
N Henschke, S Blain, Y Cherel, C Cotté, B Espinasse, BPV Hunt, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 214, 103489, 2021
72021
Status, change, and futures of zooplankton in the Southern Ocean
NM Johnston, EJ Murphy, A Atkinson, AJ Constable, C Cotté, M Cox, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 2022
62022
Distribution and population structure of the salp Thalia democratica in relation to water masses of the Tasman Sea
N Henschke
Honours Dissertation). Faculty of Science, The University of New South Wales, 2009
62009
Pelagic food web structure in high nutrient low chlorophyll (HNLC) and naturally iron fertilized waters in the Kerguelen Islands region, Southern Ocean
BPV Hunt, B Espinasse, EA Pakhomov, Y Cherel, C Cotté, A Delegrange, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 224, 103625, 2021
52021
Macrozooplankton and micronekton diversity and associated carbon vertical patterns and fluxes under distinct productive conditions around the Kerguelen Islands
C Cotté, A Ariza, A Berne, J Habasque, A Lebourges-Dhaussy, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 226, 103650, 2022
32022
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