Presentations

(2005-present; full list available upon request)

B. Graham (2008). Les Conférences de I’IUEM. Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer. Trophic dynamics and movements of tuna in the equatorial Pacific inferred from bulk and compound-specific stable isotope analysis.

B. Graham, B. Fry, B. Popp, R. Olson, V. Allain, and F. Galvan (2008). Isoscapes: Isotope Mapping and its Ecological Applications Confererene, Santa Barbara, CA. Pelagic marine isoscapes: determining residency and net movements of top predators in the equatorial Pacific Ocean using bulk and compound-specific stable isotope analysis.

B. Graham, R. Olson, V. Allain, B. Popp, F. Galvan, and Fry (2007). Climate Impacts on Oceanic Top Predators 1st Symposium, La Paz, Mexico. Applying stable isotope techniques to determine residency and net movements of tropical tunas in the equatorial Pacific Ocean.

B. Graham, B. Popp, V. Allain, R. Olson, F. Galvan, and B. Fry (2006) 6th International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies, Belfast, N. Ireland. Employing chemical tags to determine trophic dynamics and movement patterns of top predators in the eqPac.

B. Graham, B. Popp, V. Allain, R. Olson, F. Galvan, and B. Fry. Ocean Sciences Meeting Honolulu, HI (2006). Isotope biogeography and trophic dynamics of top predators in the equatorial Pacific Ocean. CLIOTOP special session.

B. Graham, V. Allain, R. Olson, B. Popp, F. Galvan, R. Humpreys, and B. Popp. 4th International Billfish Symposium Avalon, California (2005). Isotope biogeography and trophic dynamics of billfish collected in the equatorial Pacific Ocean as determined by stable isotope analyses.