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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Travis Elsdon

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Publications
»Temporal variability in strontium, calcium, barium, and manganese in estuaries: implications for reconstructing environmental histories of fish from chemicals in calcified structures
»Strontium facilitates barium uptake into fish otoliths: a comparison between freshwater and saltwater
»Consistency of patterns between laboratory experiments and field collected fish in otolith chemistry: an example and applications for salinity reconstructions
»Alternative life history patterns of estuarine fish: barium in otoliths elucidates freshwater residency
»Nutrients increase epiphyte loads: broad scale observations and an experimental assessment
»Strontium incorporation into calcified structures: separating the effects of ambient water concentration and exposure time
»Fish otolith chemistry influenced by exposure to multiple environmental variables
»Effect of kelp canopies on bleaching and photosynthetic activity of encrusting coralline algae
»Reconstructing migratory patterns of fish based on environmental influences on otolith chemistry
»Relationship between water and otolith elemental concentrations in juvenile fish, Acanthopagrus butcheri
»Interactive effects of temperature and salinity on otolith chemistry: challenges for determining environmental histories of fish


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Elsdon, T.S., and Gillanders, B.M., Temporal variability in strontium, calcium, barium, and manganese in estuaries: implications for reconstructing environmental histories of fish from chemicals in calcified structures, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2006. 66: 147-156

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