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Dr. Imma Tolosa (France)

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Publications

Date Publication
30.06.2008 Article: Distribution of lipid biomarkers and carbon isotope fractionation in contrasting trophic environments of the South East Pacific
I. Tolosa, J.-C. Miquel, B. Gasser, P. Raimbault, C. Goyet, and H. Claustre
Biogeosciences, 5, 949-968
SRef: 1726-4189/bg/2008-5-949
18.12.2007 Article: Ecology and biogeochemistry of contrasting trophic environments in the South East Pacific by carbon isotope ratios on lipid biomarkers
I. Tolosa, J.-C. Miquel, B. Gasser, P. Raimbault, L. Azouzi, and H. Claustre
Biogeosciences Discussions, 4, 4653-4696
SRef: 1810-6285/bgd/2007-4-4653

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