Formation and maintenance of high-nitrate, low pH layers (Waite et al., Biogeosciences)

Formation and maintenance of high-nitrate, low pH layers in the eastern Indian Ocean and the role of nitrogen fixation A. M. Waite, V. Rossi, M. Roughan, B. Tilbrook, P. A. Thompson, M. Feng, A. S. J. Wyatt, and E. J. Raes We investigated the biogeochemistry of low dissolved oxygen high-nitrate (LDOHN) layers forming against the backdrop of several | Click for More →

DON isotopes over a coral reef (Thibodeau et al., Coral Reefs)

Heterogeneous dissolved organic nitrogen supply over a coral reef: first evidence from nitrogen stable isotope ratios B. Thibodeau, T. Miyajima, I. Tayasu, A. S. J. Wyatt, A. Watanabe, N. Morimoto, C. Yoshimizu, T. Nagata Dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) potentially plays a major role in sustaining | Click for More →

Coral reef POM dynamics (Wyatt et al., L&O)

Particulate nutrient fluxes over a fringing coral reef: Source-sink dynamics inferred from carbon to nitrogen ratios and stable isotopes Alex S. J. Wyatt, Ryan J. Lowe, Stuart Humphries and Anya M. Waite We examined spatial and temporal variations in particulate organic matter (POM) dynamics over a | Click for More →

Reef fish trophodynamics (Wyatt et al., Coral Reefs)

Stable isotope analysis reveals community-level variation in fish trophodynamics across a fringing coral reef A. S. J. Wyatt, A. M. Waite, S. Humphries In contrast to trophodynamic variations, the marked zonation in physical and biological processes across coral reefs and the concomitant changes in habitat | Click for More →

Reef fish discrimination (Wyatt et al., PLoS One)

Variability in Isotope Discrimination Factors in Coral Reef Fishes: Implications for Diet and Food Web Reconstruction Alex S.J. Wyatt, Stuart Humphries, Anya M. Waite Interpretation of stable isotope ratios of carbon and nitrogen (δ13C and δ15N) is generally based on the assumption that with each | Click for More →