Emma Cavan
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Attenuation of particulate organic carbon flux in the Scotia Sea, Southern Ocean, is controlled by zooplankton fecal pellets
EL Cavan, FAC Le Moigne, AJ Poulton, GA Tarling, P Ward, CJ Daniels, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (3), 821-830, 2015
Remineralization of particulate organic carbon in an ocean oxygen minimum zone
EL Cavan, M Trimmer, F Shelley, R Sanders
Nature communications 8, 14847, 2017
What causes the inverse relationship between primary production and export efficiency in the Southern Ocean?
FAC Le Moigne, SA Henson, E Cavan, C Georges, K Pabortsava, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (9), 4457-4466, 2016
Role of zooplankton in determining the efficiency of the biological carbon pump
EL Cavan, SA Henson, A Belcher, R Sanders
Biogeosciences 14, 177-186, 2017
Slow‐sinking particulate organic carbon in the Atlantic Ocean: Magnitude, flux, and potential controls
CA Baker, SA Henson, EL Cavan, SLC Giering, A Yool, M Gehlen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 31 (7), 1051-1065, 2017
Alternative Particle Formation Pathways in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific's Biological Carbon Pump
EL Cavan, SLC Giering, GA Wolff, M Trimmer, R Sanders
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123 (7), 2198-2211, 2018
The sensitivity of subsurface microbes to ocean warming accentuates future declines in particulate carbon export
EL Cavan, SA Henson, PW Boyd
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 230, 2019
Effect of anthropogenic warming on microbial respiration and particulate organic carbon export rates in the sub-Antarctic Southern Ocean
EL Cavan, PW Boyd
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 82 (2), 111-127, 2018
Exploring the ecology of the mesopelagic biological pump
EL Cavan, EC Laurenceau-Cornec, M Bressac, PW Boyd
Progress in Oceanography, 102125, 2019
Sink or swim: the fate of particulate organic carbon in the interior ocean
E Cavan
University of Southampton, 2016
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