Michael Arts

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Department of Chemistry and Biology Ryerson University (Canada) 
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Parzanini C, Colombo SM, Kainz MJ, et al. (2020) Discrimination between freshwater and marine fish using fatty acids: ecological implications and future perspectives Environmental Reviews. 28: 546-559
King LE, Solla SRd, Marentette JR, et al. (2017) Fatty acids, stable isotopes, and regurgitate reveal diet differences between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie double-crested cormorants (Phalacrocorax auritus) Journal of Great Lakes Research. 43: 132-140
Neff MR, Bhavsar SP, Ni FJ, et al. (2014) Risk-benefit of consuming Lake Erie fish. Environmental Research. 134: 57-65
Tanentzap AJ, Szkokan-Emilson EJ, Kielstra BW, et al. (2014) Forests fuel fish growth in freshwater deltas. Nature Communications. 5: 4077
Newton TJ, Vaughn CC, Spooner DE, et al. (2013) Profiles of biochemical tracers in unionid mussels across a broad geographical range Journal of Shellfish Research. 32: 497-507
Rush SA, Paterson G, Johnson TB, et al. (2012) Long-term impacts of invasive species on a native top predator in a large lake system Freshwater Biology. 57: 2342-2355
Hebert CE, Weseloh DV, Idrissi A, et al. (2008) Restoring piscivorous fish populations in the Laurentian Great Lakes causes seabird dietary change. Ecology. 89: 891-7
Arts MT, Robarts RD, Evans MS. (1993) Energy Reserve Lipids of Zooplanktonic Crustaceans from an Oligotrophic Saline Lake In Relation to Food Resources and Temperature Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 50: 2404-2420
Arts MT, Evans MS, Robarts RD. (1992) Seasonal patterns of total and energy reserve lipids of dominant zooplanktonic crustaceans from a hyper-eutrophic lake. Oecologia. 90: 560-571
Arts MT, Sprules WG. (1989) Use of enclosures to detect the contribution of particular zooplankton to growth of young-of-the-year yellow perch (Perca flavescens Mitchell). Oecologia. 81: 21-27
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