Tracey T. Sutton
Tracey T. Sutton
Professor, Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography, Nova Southeastern University
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A call for deep-ocean stewardship
KJ Mengerink, CL Van Dover, J Ardron, M Baker, E Escobar-Briones, ...
Science 344 (6185), 696-698, 2014
Phytoplankton response to intrusions of slope water on the West Florida Shelf: Models and observations
JJ Walsh, RH Weisberg, DA Dieterle, R He, BP Darrow, JK Jolliff, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 108 (C6), 2003
A “Rosetta Stone” for metazoan zooplankton: DNA barcode analysis of species diversity of the Sargasso Sea (Northwest Atlantic Ocean)
A Bucklin, BD Ortman, RM Jennings, LM Nigro, CJ Sweetman, NJ Copley, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 57 (24-26), 2234-2247, 2010
Vertical structure, biomass and topographic association of deep-pelagic fishes in relation to a mid-ocean ridge system
TT Sutton, FM Porteiro, M Heino, I Byrkjedal, G Langhelle, CIH Anderson, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 55 (1-2), 161-184, 2008
Trophic ecology of the stomiid (Pisces: Stomiidae) fish assemblage of the eastern Gulf of Mexico: strategies, selectivity and impact of a top mesopelagic predator group
TT Sutton, TL Hopkins
Marine Biology 127 (2), 179-192, 1996
A system for high-resolution zooplankton imaging
S Samson, T Hopkins, A Remsen, L Langebrake, T Sutton, J Patten
IEEE Journal of oceanic Engineering 26 (4), 671-676, 2001
Lipid correction for carbon stable isotope analysis of deep-sea fishes
JC Hoffman, TT Sutton
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 57 (8), 956-964, 2010
Vertical ecology of the pelagic ocean: classical patterns and new perspectives
TT Sutton
Journal of fish biology 83 (6), 1508-1527, 2013
Global trophic position comparison of two dominant mesopelagic fish families (Myctophidae, Stomiidae) using amino acid nitrogen isotopic analyses
CA Choy, PC Davison, JC Drazen, A Flynn, EJ Gier, JC Hoffman, ...
PLoS One 7 (11), 2012
Deep-sea mystery solved: astonishing larval transformations and extreme sexual dimorphism unite three fish families
GD Johnson, JR Paxton, TT Sutton, TP Satoh, T Sado, M Nishida, M Miya
Biology Letters 5 (2), 235-239, 2009
The trophic structure and predation impact of a low latitude midwater fish assemblage
TL Hopkins, TT Sutton, TM Lancraft
Progress in Oceanography 38 (3), 205-239, 1996
Species composition, abundance, and vertical distribution of the stomiid (Pisces: Stomiiformes) fish assemblage of the Gulf of Mexico
TT Sutton, TL Hopkins
Bulletin of Marine Science 59 (3), 530-542, 1996
Fishes of the eastern Ross Sea, Antarctica
J Donnelly, JJ Torres, TT Sutton, C Simoniello
Polar Biology 27 (11), 637-650, 2004
A global biogeographic classification of the mesopelagic zone
TT Sutton, MR Clark, DC Dunn, PN Halpin, AD Rogers, J Guinotte, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 126, 85-102, 2017
Does presence of a mid-ocean ridge enhance biomass and biodiversity?
IG Priede, OA Bergstad, PI Miller, M Vecchione, A Gebruk, T Falkenhaug, ...
PloS one 8 (5), 2013
Midwater fishes and shrimps as competitors and resource partitioning in low latitude oligotrophic ecosystems
TL Hopkins, TT Sutton
Marine Ecology Progress Series 164, 37-45, 1998
Catchability of pelagic trawls for sampling deep-living nekton in the mid-North Atlantic
M Heino, FM Porteiro, TT Sutton, T Falkenhaug, OR Godø, U Piatkowski
ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (2), 377-389, 2011
Midwater fish assemblages and seamounts
FM Porteiro, T Sutton
Seamounts: Ecology, Fisheries, and Conservation 12, 101-116, 2007
Dining in the deep: the feeding ecology of deep-sea fishes
JC Drazen, TT Sutton
Annual review of marine science 9, 337-366, 2017
Diversity and community structure of pelagic fishes to 5000 m depth in the Sargasso Sea
TT Sutton, PH Wiebe, L Madin, A Bucklin
Deep Sea Research Part II: topical studies in oceanography 57 (24-26), 2220-2233, 2010
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