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Trophic markers and biometric measurements in Southern Ocean sea stars (1985–2017)

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Trophic markers and biometric measurements in Southern Ocean sea stars (1985–2017)

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TN_cdi_liege_orbi_v2_oai_orbi_ulg_ac_be_2268_288303

Trophic markers and biometric measurements in Southern Ocean sea stars (1985–2017)

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Trophic markers and biometric measurements in Southern Ocean sea stars (1985–2017)

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Trophic markers and biometric measurements in Southern Ocean sea stars (1985–2017)

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Hoboken, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc

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Ecology (Durham), 2022, Vol.103 (3), p.e3611-n/a

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TN_cdi_liege_orbi_v2_oai_orbi_ulg_ac_be_2268_288303

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English

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Hoboken, USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc

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Sea stars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) are a key component of Southern Ocean benthos, with 16% of the known sea star species living there. In temperate marine environments, sea stars commonly play an important role in food webs, acting as keystone species. However, trophic ecology and functional role of Southern Ocean sea stars are still poorly know...

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Trophic markers and biometric measurements in Southern Ocean sea stars (1985–2017)

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TN_cdi_liege_orbi_v2_oai_orbi_ulg_ac_be_2268_288303

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0012-9658

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1939-9170

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10.1002/ecy.3611

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