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2019
Lorrain A., Pethybridge H., Cassar N., Receveur A., Allain V., Bodin N., Bopp L., Choy C.A, Duffy L., Fry B. et al..  2019.  Trends in tuna carbon isotopes suggest global changes in pelagic phytoplankton communities.
2018
Pethybridge H., Choy C.A, Logan J.M, Allain V., Lorrain A., Bodin N., Somes C.J, Young J., Menard F., Langlais C. et al..  2018.  A global meta-analysis of marine predator nitrogen stable isotopes: Relationships between trophic structure and environmental conditions. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 27:1043-1055.
2017
Nicklisch S.CT, Bonito L.T, Sandin S., Hamdoun A..  2017.  Mercury levels of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) are associated with capture location. Environmental Pollution. 229:87-93.
Harrison D.P, Hinton M.G, Kohin S., Armstrong E.M, Snyder S., O'Brien F., Kiefer D.K.  2017.  The pelagic habitat analysis module for ecosystem-based fisheries science and management. Fisheries Oceanography. 26:316-335.