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Brian Fry spends much of his time researching Ecology, Ecosystem, Environmental chemistry, Oceanography and Trophic level. Brian Fry performs multidisciplinary studies into Ecology and Megafauna in his work. His Ecosystem study incorporates themes from Niche, Ecological niche, δ15N and Botany.
Brian Fry interconnects Isotopes of oxygen, Invertebrate, Biosphere and Earth science in the investigation of issues within δ15N. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phytoplankton and Eutrophication. In the field of Trophic level, his study on Food web overlaps with subjects such as Dibenzofuran.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Oceanography, Estuary, Trophic level and Environmental chemistry. His work in Ecology covers topics such as Fishery which are related to areas like Marsh and Productivity. His research in Oceanography tackles topics such as Ecosystem which are related to areas like δ15N.
His Estuary research includes themes of Phytoplankton, Nutrient, Floodplain, Bay and Aquatic ecosystem. Brian Fry has researched Trophic level in several fields, including Tuna and δ13C. Brian Fry usually deals with Environmental chemistry and limits it to topics linked to Organic matter and Isotopes of carbon.
Brian Fry mainly investigates Ecology, Oceanography, Estuary, Trophic level and Food web. His study in Habitat, Ecosystem, Isotope analysis, Mangrove and Marsh is done as part of Ecology. His Oceanography study combines topics in areas such as Isotopes of oxygen and Respiration.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Deep sea and Brine pool in addition to Estuary. Brian Fry combines subjects such as δ13C, Polyunsaturated fatty acid, Biological oceanography, Tuna and Mussel with his study of Trophic level. His Food web research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in River inflow, Isotopes of nitrogen, δ15N and Algae.
Brian Fry focuses on Ecology, Trophic level, Marine ecosystem, Oceanography and Fishery. His study involves Biogeochemical cycle and Isotope analysis, a branch of Ecology. His study in Trophic level is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Polyunsaturated fatty acid, Invertebrate, Periphyton and STREAMS.
His Marine ecosystem research integrates issues from Yellowfin tuna, Tuna, Predation and Bigeye tuna. The Yellowfin tuna study combines topics in areas such as Phytoplankton, Oceanic carbon cycle, Suess effect, Thunnus and Pelagic zone. His Oceanography study frequently involves adjacent topics like Abundance.
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STABLE ISOTOPES IN ECOSYSTEM STUDIES
Bruce J. Peterson;Brian Fry.
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (1987)
Controls on Natural Nitrogen-15 and Carbon-13 Abundances in Forest Soil Organic Matter
Soil Science Society of America Journal (1988)
Food web structure on Georges Bank from stable C, N, and S isotopic compositions
Limnology and Oceanography (1988)
Carbon and nitrogen dynamics along the decay continuum: Plant litter to soil organic matter
Plant and Soil (1989)
Compound-specific δ 13C analyses of leaf lipids from plants with differing carbon dioxide metabolisms
James W. Collister;Gareth Rieley;Benjamin Stern;Geoffrey Eglinton.
Organic Geochemistry (1994)
Resource-based niches provide a basis for plant species diversity and dominance in arctic tundra
Robert B. McKane;Loretta C. Johnson;Gaius R. Shaver;Knute J. Nadelhoffer.
Stable Isotopes and Planktonic Trophic Structure in Arctic Lakes
George W. Kling;Brian Fry;W. John O'Brien.
Stable Isotope Diagrams of Freshwater Food Webs
Natural abundance-level measurement of the nitrogen isotopic composition of oceanic nitrate: an adaptation of the ammonia diffusion method
D.M. Sigman;M.A. Altabet;R. Michener;D.C. McCorkle.
Marine Chemistry (1997)
Rapid 13C/12C turnover during growth of brown shrimp (Penaeus aztecus)
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