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Alison Clare Cleary

Associate Professor

 
Office:
J1011 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )

Selected publications

Cleary AC, Bester M, Forcada J, Goebel M, Goldsworthy SD, Guinet C, Hoffman JI, Kovacs KM, Lydersen C, Lowther AD (in review) Prey differences drive local genetic adaptation in Antarctic fur seals

 

Cleary AC, Casas MC, Durbin EG, Gómez-Gutiérrez J (2019) Parasites in Antarctic krill guts inferred from DNA sequences. Antarctic Science doi: 10.1017/S0954102018000469P

Hoffman JI, Bauer E, Paijmans A, Humble E, Beckmann LM, Kubetschek C, Christaller F, Kröcker N, Fuchs B, Moreras A,  Shihlomule YD, Bester MN, Cleary AC, De Bruyn PJN, Forcada J, Goebel M, Goldsworthy SD, Guinet C, Hoelzel AR, Lydersen C, Kovacs KM, Lowther A (2018) A global cline in a colour polymorphism suggests a limited contribution of gene flow towards the recovery of a heavily exploited marine mammal. Royal Society Open Science 5(10), 181227

 

Cleary AC, Durbin EG, Casas MC (2018) Feeding by Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, in the West Antarctic Peninsula: differences between fjords and open waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series 595:39-54 doi:10.3354/meps12568

 

Cleary AC, Søreide JE, Freese D, Niehoff B, Gabrielsen TM (2017) Feeding by Calanus glacialis in a high arctic fjord: potential seasonal importance of alternative prey. ICES Journal of Marine Sciences 74(7):1937-1946 doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsx106

 

Cleary AC, Durbin EG, Casas MC, Zhou M (2016) Winter distribution and size structure of Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, populations inshore along the West Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 552:115-129 doi: 10.3354/meps11772

 

Cleary AC, Durbin EG (2016) Unexpected prevalence of parasite 18S rDNA sequences amongst Antarctic marine protists. Journal of Plankton Research. 38:401-417 doi: 10.1093/plankt/fbw005

 

Cleary AC, Durbin EG, Rynearson TA, Bailey J (2015) Feeding by Pseudocalanus copepods in the Bering Sea: trophic linkages and a potential mechanism of niche partitioning. Deep Sea Research II. 134:181-189 doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2015.04.001

 

Cleary AC, Durbin EG, Rynearson TA (2012) Meganyctiphanes norvegica krill feeding on sediment in the Gulf of Maine (North Atlantic). Marine Ecology Progress Series 455:157-172 doi: 10.3354/meps09632

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