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10.10.2017 Marine snowfall at the equator EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
09.19.2017 UCSB Oceanographer Helping to Unravel Ocean's Secrets Noozhawk (Santa Barbara) Basic Full Text
09.01.2017 Flux and stable C and N isotope composition of sinking particles in the Ulleung Basin of the East/Japan Sea Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography Expert Summary
06.01.2017 Animal pee in the sea: consumer-mediated nutrient dynamics in the world's changing oceans Global Change Biology Expert Summary
05.17.2017 'Trojan fish': Invasive rabbitfish spread invasive species Phys.org Basic Full Text
05.03.2017 Pinky-Sized Marine Animal Breaks Record for Ocean Filtration Seeker Basic Full Text
03.27.2017 Tiny bacterium provides window into whole ecosystems Massachusetts Institute of Technology Basic Full Text
03.17.2017 How efficiently can doliolids (Tunicata, Thaliacea) utilize phytoplankton and their own fecal pellets? Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
03.15.2017 Bizarre 'vampire squid from hell' feeds off corpses of sea creatures AOL News Basic Full Text
03.14.2017 Study: Cold Climates and Ocean Carbon Sequestration California Institute of Technology Basic Full Text
01.23.2017 Mesoscale ocean fronts enhance carbon export due to gravitational sinking and subduction Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Expert Summary
01.06.2017 The Secret Lives of Marine Mammal Microbes Scientific American Basic Full Text
01.01.2017 Zooplankton and the Ocean Carbon Cycle Annual Review of Marine Science Expert Summary
12.27.2016 Krill Contribute to Ocean Carbon Storage in Patagonia GlacierHub Basic Full Text
12.13.2016 Whales as Ecological Engineers ZME Science Basic Full Text
11.17.2016 How 'Marine Snow' Keeps Ocean Life Healthy Forbes Basic Full Text
10.04.2016 Poop Wrappers May Protect Baby Lobsters From Jellyfish Stings The Atlantic Basic Full Text
07.25.2016 Marine carbon sinking rates confirm importance of polar oceans University of Washington Basic Full Text
06.25.2016 How Much of the Ocean Is Whale Pee (and Worse)? LiveScience Basic Full Text
06.01.2016 Seasonal variability in carbon demand and flux by mesozooplankton communities at subarctic and subtropical sites in the western North Pacific Ocean Journal of Oceanography Expert Summary
05.31.2016 Hydrothermal vents, methane seeps play enormous role in marine life, global climate Physorg.com Basic Full Text
05.01.2016 Growth and Grazing Mortality of Pico- and Nano-Phytoplankton and Their Role in the Carbon Export in the Sargasso Sea Arizona State University Digital Repository Expert Full Text
03.30.2016 The ocean below: Scientific plan measures ocean's carbon cycle, predicts its future conditions ScienceDaily Basic Summary
03.01.2016 Mesozooplankton production, grazing and respiration in the Bay of Bengal: Implications for net heterotrophy Journal of Sea Research Expert Summary
02.29.2016 Plankton feces could move plastic pollution to the ocean depths EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
02.24.2016 Plankton network linked to ocean's biological carbon pump revealed University of Hawaii Basic Full Text
02.08.2016 Meet the Dogs Sniffing Out Whale Poop for Science Smithsonian Basic Full Text
01.01.2016 Coincidence of sedimentation peaks with diatom blooms, wind, and calcite precipitation measured in high resolution by a multi-trap Hydrobiologia Expert Summary
01.01.2016 Nano-sized polystyrene affects feeding, behavior and physiology of brine shrimp Artemia franciscana larvae Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety Expert Summary
12.30.2015 Biotransformation of petroleum hydrocarbons and microbial communities in seawater with oil dispersions and copepod feces Marine Pollution Bulletin Expert Summary
12.01.2015 How to increase productivity of the copepod Acartia tonsa (Dana): effects of population density and food concentration Aquaculture Research Expert Summary
11.01.2015 Size as the master trait in modeled copepod fecal pellet carbon flux Limnology and Oceanography Expert Summary
11.01.2015 Copepod carcasses as microbial hot spots for pelagic denitrification Limnology and Oceanography Expert Summary
10.26.2015 Plankton poo clue could aid climate predictions ScienceDaily Basic Summary
10.01.2015 Delayed settling of marine snow: Effects of density gradient and particle properties and implications for carbon cycling Marine Chemistry Expert Summary
09.24.2015 Marine science: Storms bring ocean nutrients to light Nature News Expert Full Text
09.22.2015 Whale poop sheds light on whale microbiome Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences Basic Full Text
08.26.2015 Copepod summer grazing and fecal pellet production along the Western Antarctic Peninsula Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
07.09.2015 Ubiquitous healthy diatoms in the deep sea confirm deep carbon injection by the biological pump Nature Communications Expert Full Text
07.07.2015 Mercury Stable Isotopes in Ornithogenic Deposits As Tracers of Historical Cycling of Mercury in Ross Sea, Antarctica Environmental Science & Technology Expert Summary
06.30.2015 Hibernating crustaceans sink masses of carbon in oceans Science / AAAS Basic Full Text
06.01.2015 Comment on "Occurrence of faecal pellet-filled simple and composite burrows in cold seep carbonates: A glimpse of a complex benthic ecosystem" by A. Mazumdar, RK Joshi and M. Kocherla [Marine Geology 289 (2011) 117-121] Marine Geology Expert Summary
06.01.2015 Response of different benthic habitats to off-shore fish cages Aquaculture Research Expert Summary
06.01.2015 Export fluxes in a naturally iron-fertilized area of the Southern Ocean - Part 2: Importance of diatom resting spores and faecal pellets for export Biogeosciences Expert Summary
05.01.2015 Settling of particles in the upper 100 m of the ocean detected with autonomous profiling floats off California Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers Expert Full Text
04.15.2015 Fish Type, Body Size Can Help Predict Nutrient Recycling Rates NC State University Basic Full Text
04.01.2015 Simulating aggregate dynamics in ocean biogeochemical models Progress in Oceanography Expert Summary
03.17.2015 Sciencespeak: Whale Pump National Geographic Basic Full Text
02.17.2015 The relative importance of phytoplankton aggregates and zooplankton fecal pellets to carbon export: insights from free-drifting sediment trap deployments in naturally iron-fertilised waters near the Kerguelen Plateau Biogeosciences Expert Summary
02.16.2015 Attenuation of particulate organic carbon flux in the Scotia Sea, Southern Ocean, is controlled by zooplankton fecal pellets Geophysical Research Letters Expert Full Text
01.07.2015 Oceans soak less carbon due to global warming ZME Science Basic Full Text
01.01.2015 Synergy between silver carp egestion and benthic fishes Environmental Biology of Fishes Expert Summary
01.01.2015 Zooplankton fecal pellets, marine snow, phytodetritus and the ocean's biological pump Progress in Oceanography Expert Summary
01.01.2015 Infection of the planktonic copepod Calanus finmarchicus by the parasitic dinoflagellate, Blastodinium spp: effects on grazing, respiration, fecundity and fecal pellet production Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
12.16.2014 Effects of Oil and Dispersant on Formation of Marine Oil Snow and Transport of Oil Hydrocarbons Environmental Science & Technology Expert Summary
12.03.2014 Increased degradation of copepod faecal pellets by co-acting dinoflagellates and Centropages hamatus Marine Ecology Progress Series Expert Full Text
11.15.2014 Coprolites from the upper Osawa Formation (upper Spathian), northeastern Japan: Evidence for predation in a marine ecosystem 5 Myr after the end-Permian mass extinction Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology Expert Summary
11.01.2014 Time-series observations of prokaryotic colonization of zooplankton fecal pellets Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
10.09.2014 Migrating animals' pee affects ocean chemistry University of Washington Basic Full Text
10.01.2014 Potential drivers of sinking particle's size spectra and vertical flux of particulate organic carbon (POC): Turbulence, phytoplankton, and zooplankton Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans Expert Full Text
09.15.2014 Small algae with great potential GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel Basic Full Text
09.02.2014 Changing microbial dynamics in the wake of the Macondo blowout EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
09.01.2014 Nature's tiny engineers MIT News Basic Full Text
07.22.2014 How Lego figures and rubber ducks reveal ocean secrets BBC News Basic Full Text
06.25.2014 NOAA and Partners Issue Dead Zone Predictions for Gulf of Mexico and Chesapeake Bay National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science Basic Full Text
04.08.2014 Study: Black carbon is ancient by the time it reaches seafloor Rice University Basic Full Text
03.20.2014 Ocean's carbon budget balanced National Oceanographic Centre _ UK Basic Full Text
03.16.2014 How do oceans absorb carbon dioxide? Scientists find clues. Tehran Times Basic Summary
01.19.2014 Significant contribution of authigenic carbonate to marine carbon burial Nature Geoscience Expert Summary
01.06.2014 No, Fukushima is not killing off massive quantities of sea life near California Boing Boing Basic Full Text
01.05.2014 An ecosystem of our own making may pose threat Gulf Times Basic Full Text
11.11.2013 Marine Biology: Feast and Famine On the Abyssal Plain ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
09.06.2013 Fish Poop Helps Spread Seagrass Yahoo! News Basic Full Text
06.18.2013 The breathing ocean: Reducing the effects of climate change Arizona State University Basic Full Text
05.28.2013 Fast-Sinking Jellyfish Could Boost the Oceans' Uptake of Carbon Dioxide ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
03.01.2013 Oxygen consumption of fecal pellets of doliolids (Tunicata, Thaliacea) and planktonic copepods (Crustacea, Copepoda) Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
02.22.2013 Diel vertical migration: ecological controls and impacts on the biological pump in a one-dimensional ocean model Global Biogeochemical Cycles Expert Summary
01.02.2013 Thresholds of Ecosystem Response to Nutrient Enrichment from Fish Aggregations Ecology Expert Summary
01.01.2013 210Po/210Pb dynamics in relation to zooplankton biomass and trophic conditions during an annual cycle in northwestern Mediterranean coastal waters. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity Expert Summary
10.09.2012 Study shows small fish can play a big role in the coastal carbon cycle William & Mary College Basic Full Text
06.11.2012 Changes imperil Gulf of Maine's food chain The Boston Globe Basic Full Text
05.11.2012 'Marine snow' could herald breakthrough in race to save eels The Guardian Basic Full Text
01.28.2012 Deep-sea glow serves as bait ScienceNews Basic Full Text
01.27.2012 Big Pic: A Penny for Your Bivalves? Discovery News Basic Full Text
01.01.2012 Plankton and Particle Size and Packaging: From Determining Optical Properties to Driving the Biological Pump Annual Review of Marine Science Expert Summary
12.27.2011 Carbon snowstorms in the sea [SCROLL DOWN TOTHE MIDDLE OF PAGE] Working Waterfront Basic Full Text
12.21.2011 Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow Deep Sea News Basic Full Text
10.12.2011 Bacterial Communication Could Affect Earth's Climate Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Basic Full Text
07.07.2011 The ultrastructure of a doliolid and a copepod fecal pellet Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
05.31.2011 'Dirty blizzard' troubles scientists studying Gulf oil spill The Palm Beach Post Basic Full Text
05.01.2011 Importance of copepod carcasses versus faecal pellets in the upper water column of an oligotrophic area Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science Expert Summary
04.11.2011 Investigating Marine Snow Caitlin Arctic Survey Basic Full Text
02.22.2011 Marine Mud Is High in Fish Poop ScienceNOW Basic Full Text
10.11.2010 Whale Poop Pumps Up Ocean Health ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
09.23.2010 "Sea Snot" Explosion Caused by Gulf Oil Spill? National Geographic News Basic Full Text
05.10.2010 Islands of Germs: Researchers Discover Pathogens Floating on Tiny Clumps of Aquatic Detritus ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
03.05.2010 Bacterial 'Conversations' Have Impact on Climate WHOI Oceanus Basic Full Text
03.01.2010 Exchange between suspended and sinking particles in the northwest Mediterranean as inferred from the organic composition of in situ pump and sediment trap samples Limnology and Oceanography Expert Full Text
08.20.2009 Geobiologists propose that the earliest complex organisms fed by absorbing ocean buffet Life Science News Basic Full Text
07.31.2009 Even Tiny Organisms Can Stir Up an Ocean New York Times Basic Full Text
02.10.2008 Coprorhexy, coprophagy, and coprochaly in the copepods Calanus helgolandicus, Pseudocalanus elongatus, and Oithona similis Marine Ecology Progress Series Expert Full Text
02.07.2008 Effects of phytoplankton physiology on export flux Marine Ecology Progress Series Expert Summary
12.20.2007 Fate of organic matter in faecal pellets egested by epifaunal mesograzers in a Sargassum forest and implications for biogeochemical cycling Marine Ecology Progress Series Expert Summary
10.09.2007 Southern Ocean already losing ability to absorb CO2 New Scientist 2 Basic Full Text
10.03.2007 Biological pumps: does the ocean inhale or exhale? NIWA Science Publication: Water & Atmosphere 2 Basic Full Text
06.22.2007 Icebergs are 'ecological hotspot' BBC News 2 Basic Full Text