Trophic ecology of euryhaline and coastal elasmobranchs in northern Australia
Knowledge of an organism’s trophic ecology is important so that the structure, function and predications of their ecosystems can be determined. Temporal and spatial variations in the trophic niches of organisms can be quantitatively examined to determine the essential resources for survival of species and how changes in the availability of resources affect ecosystem processes. In this study I utilised biochemical tracers within muscle and fin tissue to...[Show more]
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