Benjamin Walther
Benjamin Walther
Associate Professor, Department of Life Sciences, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
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Otolith chemistry to describe movements and life-history parameters of fishes: hypotheses, assumptions, limitations and inferences
TS Elsdon, BK Wells, SE Campana, BM Gillanders, CM Jones, ...
Oceanography and marine biology: an annual review 46, 297-330, 2008
Water, not food, contributes the majority of strontium and barium deposited in the otoliths of a marine fish
BD Walther, SR Thorrold
Marine Ecology Progress Series 311, 125-130, 2006
The use of otolith chemistry to characterize diadromous migrations
BD Walther, KE Limburg
Journal of Fish Biology 81 (2), 796-825, 2012
In search of the dead zone: Use of otoliths for tracking fish exposure to hypoxia
KE Limburg, BD Walther, Z Lu, G Jackman, J Mohan, Y Walther, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 141, 167-178, 2015
Geochemical signatures in otoliths record natal origins of American shad
BD Walther, SR Thorrold, JE Olney
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 137 (1), 57-69, 2008
Interactive effects of ontogeny, food ration and temperature on elemental incorporation in otoliths of a coral reef fish
BD Walther, MJ Kingsford, MD O’Callaghan, MT McCulloch
Environmental Biology of Fishes 89, 441-451, 2010
Continental-scale variation in otolith geochemistry of juvenile American shad (Alosa sapidissima)
BD Walther, SR Thorrold
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (12), 2623-2635, 2008
Estuarine dependency in a marine fish evaluated with otolith chemistry
CQ Albuquerque, N Miekeley, JH Muelbert, BD Walther, AJ Jaureguizar
Marine Biology 159, 2229-2239, 2012
Inter-annual variability in isotope and elemental ratios recorded in otoliths of an anadromous fish
BD Walther, SR Thorrold
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 102 (3), 181-186, 2009
The art of otolith chemistry: interpreting patterns by integrating perspectives
BD Walther
Marine and Freshwater Research 70 (12), 1643-1658, 2019
Temperature and diet affect carbon and nitrogen isotopes of fish muscle: can amino acid nitrogen isotopes explain effects?
AL Bloomfield, TS Elsdon, BD Walther, EJ Gier, BM Gillanders
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 399 (1), 48-59, 2011
Tissue-specific isotope turnover and discrimination factors are affected by diet quality and lipid content in an omnivorous consumer
JA Mohan, SD Smith, TL Connelly, ET Attwood, JW McClelland, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 479, 35-45, 2016
Growth rate and age effects on Mya arenaria shell chemistry: Implications for biogeochemical studies
CA Strasser, LS Mullineaux, BD Walther
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 355 (2), 153-163, 2008
Spatiotemporal variation of trace elements and stable isotopes in subtropical estuaries: I. Freshwater endmembers and mixing curves
BD Walther, MK Nims
Estuaries and Coasts 38, 754-768, 2015
Movements of diadromous fish in large unregulated tropical rivers inferred from geochemical tracers
BD Walther, T Dempster, M Letnic, MT McCulloch
PloS One 6 (4), e18351, 2011
Chemical signatures in the otoliths of a coastal marine fish, Menidia menidia, from the northeastern United States: spatial and temporal differences
LM Clarke, BD Walther, SB Munch, SR Thorrold, DO Conover
Marine Ecology Progress Series 384, 261-271, 2009
Influence of constant and periodic experimental hypoxic stress on Atlantic croaker otolith chemistry
J Mohan, MS Rahman, P Thomas, B Walther
Aquatic Biology 20, 1-11, 2014
Environmental records from Great Barrier Reef corals: inshore versus offshore drivers
BD Walther, MJ Kingsford, MT McCulloch
PloS one 8 (10), e77091, 2013
Dietary transfer of enriched stable isotopes to mark otoliths, fin rays and scales
SH Woodcock, CA Grieshaber, BD Walther
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70, 1-4, 2013
Contingents of Southern Flounder from Subtropical Estuaries Revealed by Otolith Chemistry
MK Nims, BD Walther
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143 (3), 721-731, 2014
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