Natalie Mahara
Natalie Mahara
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Seasonal zooplankton development in a temperate semi-enclosed basin: two years with different spring bloom timing
N Mahara, EA Pakhomov, JM Jackson, BP Hunt
Journal of Plankton Research 41 (3), 309-328, 2019
62019
Running the trophic gauntlet: empirical support for reduced foraging success in juvenile salmon in tidally mixed coastal waters
SE James, EA Pakhomov, N Mahara, BPV Hunt
Fisheries Oceanography 29 (3), 290-295, 2020
32020
Zooplankton community composition across a range of productivity regimes in coastal British Columbia
N Mahara
University of British Columbia, 2018
22018
How zooplankton communities are shaped in a complex and dynamic coastal system with strong tidal influence
N Mahara, EA Pakhomov, HV Dosser, BPV Hunt
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 249, 107103, 2021
12021
Copepod Assemblage Dynamics in a Snowmelt-Dominated Estuary
J Breckenridge, E Pakhomov, S Emry, N Mahara
Estuaries and Coasts 43 (6), 1502-1518, 2020
12020
Establishing a baseline of microplastics in marine food webs: a case study in Baynes Sound, BC
N Mahara, JJ Alava, BPV Hunt
Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, 2020
2020
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