Sara J. Iverson
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Aquatic animal telemetry: a panoramic window into the underwater world
NE Hussey, ST Kessel, K Aarestrup, SJ Cooke, PD Cowley, AT Fisk, ...
Science 348 (6240), 2015
9192015
Quantitative fatty acid signature analysis: a new method of estimating predator diets
SJ Iverson, C Field, W Don Bowen, W Blanchard
Ecological monographs 74 (2), 211-235, 2004
7972004
Comparison of the Bligh and Dyer and Folch methods for total lipid determination in a broad range of marine tissue
SJ Iverson, SLC Lang, MH Cooper
Lipids 36 (11), 1283-1287, 2001
7752001
Studying trophic ecology in marine ecosystems using fatty acids: a primer on analysis and interpretation
SM Budge, SJ Iverson, HN Koopman
Marine Mammal Science 22 (4), 759-801, 2006
6352006
Fatty acid signatures reveal fine scale structure of foraging distribution of harbor seals and their prey in Prince William Sound, Alaska
SJ Iverson, KJ Frost, LF Lowry
Marine Ecology Progress Series 151, 255-271, 1997
3811997
Tracing aquatic food webs using fatty acids: from qualitative indicators to quantitative determination
SJ Iverson
Lipids in aquatic ecosystems, 281-308, 2009
3432009
Polar bear diets and arctic marine food webs: insights from fatty acid analysis
GW Thiemann, SJ Iverson, I Stirling
Ecological Monographs 78 (4), 591-613, 2008
3192008
Fat content and fatty acid composition of forage fish and invertebrates in Prince William Sound, Alaska: factors contributing to among and within species variability
SJ Iverson, KJ Frost, SLC Lang
Marine Ecology Progress Series 241, 161-181, 2002
2942002
Among-and within-species variability in fatty acid signatures of marine fish and invertebrates on the Scotian Shelf, Georges Bank, and southern Gulf of St. Lawrence
SM Budge, SJ Iverson, WD Bowen, RG Ackman
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59 (5), 886-898, 2002
2882002
Diet of northern bottlenose whales inferred from fatty-acid and stable-isotope analyses of biopsy samples
SK Hooker, SJ Iverson, P Ostrom, SC Smith
Canadian Journal of Zoology 79 (8), 1442-1454, 2001
2572001
Tracing carbon flow in an arctic marine food web using fatty acid-stable isotope analysis
SM Budge, MJ Wooller, AM Springer, SJ Iverson, CP McRoy, GJ Divoky
Oecologia 157 (1), 117-129, 2008
2412008
The effect of maternal size and milk energy output on pup growth in grey seals (Halichoerus grypus)
SJ Iverson, WD Bowen, DJ Boness, OT Oftedal
Physiological Zoology 66 (1), 61-88, 1993
2331993
Milk secretion in marine mammals in relation to foraging: can milk fatty acids predict diet
SJ Iverson
Symp Zool Soc Lond 66, 263-291, 1993
2291993
Sex differences in grey seal diet reflect seasonal variation in foraging behaviour and reproductive expenditure: evidence from quantitative fatty acid signature analysis
CA Beck, SJ Iverson, WD Bowen, W Blanchard
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (3), 490-502, 2007
2282007
Dietary effects on the fatty acid signature of whole Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
PE Kirsch, SJ Iverson, WD Bowen, SR Kerr, RG Ackman
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (6), 1378-1386, 1998
2181998
Stratification and age-related differences in blubber fatty acids of the male harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena)
HN Koopman, SJ Iverson, DE Gaskin
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 165 (8), 628-639, 1996
2141996
Phylogenetic variation in the gross composition of milks
OT Oftedal
Handbook of milk composition, 749-789, 1995
1901995
Linking movement, diving, and habitat to foraging success in a large marine predator
D Austin, WD Bowen, JI McMillan, SJ Iverson
Ecology 87 (12), 3095-3108, 2006
1872006
Methods of estimating marine mammal diets: a review of validation experiments and sources of bias and uncertainty
WD Bowen, SJ Iverson
Marine Mammal Science 29 (4), 719-754, 2013
1772013
Seabirds as indicators of food web structure and ecosystem variability: qualitative and quantitative diet analyses using fatty acids
SJ Iverson, AM Springer, AS Kitaysky
Marine Ecology Progress Series 352, 235-244, 2007
1662007
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