An understanding of marine animals’ movements is paramount for their effective management and conservation, especially with a changing climate. This project’s aim was to produce south Pacific Ocean carbon and nitrogen isotopic maps, referred to as “isoscapes”, to improve our understanding of species foraging habits and movements in marine ecosystems. The geographical variation in these isoscapes, over varying spatial scales, can contribute to many future BRAG/MPI projects.
AEBR 218 – Marine isoscapes for trophic and animal movement studies in the southwest Pacific Ocean.
Report - Aquatic Environment and Biodiversity (AEBR)
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