Publications of Nicolas N. Duprey

Journal Article (11)

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Thibault, M., Houlbreque, F., Duprey, N. N., Choisnard, N., Gillikin, D. P., Meunier, V., Benzoni, F., Ravache, A. and Lorrain, A.: Seabird-Derived Nutrients Supply Modulates the Trophic Strategies of Mixotrophic Corals, Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, doi:10.3389/fmars.2021.790408, 2022.
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Conti-Jerpe, I. E., Thompson, P. D., Wong, C. W. M., Oliveira, N. L., Duprey, N. N., Moynihan, M. A. and Baker, D. M.: Response to Comment on Trophic strategy and bleaching resistance in reef-building corals, Science Advances, 7(23), doi:10.1126/sciadv.abi8666, 2021.
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Kim, T., Lee, J. C. Y., Kang, D.-H., Duprey, N. N., Leung, K. S., Archana, A. and Baker, D. M.: Modification of fatty acid profile and biosynthetic pathway in symbiotic corals under eutrophication, Science of the Total Environment, 771, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.145336, 2021.
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Leichliter, J. N., Lüdecke, T., Foreman, A. D., Duprey, N. N., Winkler, D. E., Kast, E. R., Vonhof, H., Sigman, D. M., Haug, G. H., Clauss, M., Tütken, T. and Martinez-Garcia, A.: Nitrogen isotopes in tooth enamel record diet and trophic level enrichment: Results from a controlled feeding experiment, Chemical Geology, 563, doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2020.120047, 2021.
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Leichliter, J. N., Luedecke, T., Duprey, N. N., Winkler, D., Tuetken, T., Clauss, M. and Martinez-Garcia, A.: Measuring nitrogen isotopes in tooth enamel: A novel method for characterizing trophic position in fossil ecosystems, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 171(S69 Program of the 89th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists), 158–158 [online] Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0007-4B81-3, 2020.
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Thibault, M., Duprey, N., Gillikin, D. P., Thebault, J., Douillet, P., Chauvaud, L., Amice, E., Munaron, J. M. and Lorrain, A.: Bivalve δ15N isoscapes provide a baseline for urban nitrogen footprint at the edge of a World Heritage coral reef, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 152, doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2019.110870, 2020.
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Cybulski, J. D., Husa, S. M., Duprey, N. N., Mamo, B. L., Tsang, T. P. N., Yasuhara, M., Xie, J. Y., Qiu, J.-W., Yokoyama, Y. and Baker, D. M.: Coral reef diversity losses in China's Greater Bay Area were driven by regional stressors, Science Advances, 6(40), doi:10.1126/sciadv.abb1046, 2020.
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Duprey, N. N., Wang, T. X., Kim, T., Cybulski, J. D., Vonhof, H. B., Crutzen, P. J., Haug, G. H., Sigman, D. M., Martinez-Garcia, A. and Baker, D. M.: Megacity development and the demise of coastal coral communities: Evidence from coral skeleton δ15N records in the Pearl River estuary, Global Change Biology, 26(3), 1338–1353, doi:10.1111/gcb.14923, 2020.
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Geeraert, N., Duprey, N. N., McIlroy, S. E., Thompson, P. D., Goldstein, B. R., LaRoche, C., Kim, K., Raymundo, L. J. and Baker, D. M.: The Anthropogenic Nitrogen Footprint of a Tropical Lagoon: Spatial Variability in Padina sp. δ15 N Values, Pacific science, 74(1), 19–29, doi:10.2984/74.1.2, 2020.
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Duprey, N. N., McIlroy, S. E., Ng, T. P. T., Thompson, P. D., Kim, T., Wong, J. C. Y., Wong, C. W. M., Husa, S. M., Li, S. M. H., Williams, G. A. and Baker, D. M.: Facing a wicked problem with optimism: issues and priorities for coral conservation in Hong Kong, Biodiversity and Conservation, 26(11), 2521–2545, doi:10.1007/s10531-017-1383-z, 2017.
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Duprey, N. N., Wang, X. T., Thompson, P. D., Pleadwell, J. E., Raymundo, L. J., Kim, K., Sigman, D. M. and Baker, D. M.: Life and death of a sewage treatment plant recorded in a coral skeleton δ15N record, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 120(1-2), 109–116, doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.04.023, 2017.

Meeting Abstract (1)

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Meeting Abstract
Lüdecke, T., Leichliter, J. N., Duprey, N. N., Stratford, D., Vonhof, H. B., Bamford, M. K., Haug, G. H. and Martinez-Garcia, A.: First enamel nitrogen isotope data of early hominins: Early Pleistocene Australopithecus (Sterkfontein Member 4, South Africa) did not consume significant amounts of animal resources, in American journal of biological anthropology, vol. 177, pp. 111–112, Wiley, Chichester., 2022.
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