Andrew G. Hirst
Andrew G. Hirst
Professor, University of Liverpool. Visiting Professor, DTU, Copenhagen
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Growth of marine planktonic copepods: Global rates and patterns in relation to chlorophyll a, temperature, and body weight
AG Hirst, AJ Bunker
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (5), 1988-2010, 2003
3242003
Spatial and temporal operation of the Scotia Sea ecosystem: a review of large-scale links in a krill centred food web
EJ Murphy, JL Watkins, PN Trathan, K Reid, MP Meredith, SE Thorpe, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 362 …, 2007
3112007
Warming-induced reductions in body size are greater in aquatic than terrestrial species
J Forster, AG Hirst, D Atkinson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (47), 19310-19314, 2012
3022012
Mortality of marine planktonic copepods: global rates and patterns
AG Hirst, T Kiørboe
Marine Ecology Progress Series 230, 195-209, 2002
2922002
Towards a global model of in situ weight-specific growth in marine planktonic copepods
AG Hirst, RS Lampitt
Marine Biology 132 (2), 247-257, 1998
1861998
An overview of Calanus helgolandicus ecology in European waters
D Bonnet, A Richardson, R Harris, A Hirst, G Beaugrand, M Edwards, ...
Progress in oceanography 65 (1), 1-53, 2005
1602005
Temperature‐size responses match latitudinal‐size clines in arthropods, revealing critical differences between aquatic and terrestrial species
CR Horne, AG Hirst, D Atkinson
Ecology letters 18 (4), 327-335, 2015
1512015
Biogeochemical fluxes through mesozooplankton
E Buitenhuis, C Le Quéré, O Aumont, G Beaugrand, A Bunker, A Hirst, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20 (2), 2006
1462006
Natural growth rates in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): II. Predictive models based on food, temperature, body length, sex, and maturity stage
A Atkinson, RS Shreeve, AG Hirst, P Rothery, GA Tarling, DW Pond, ...
Limnol. Oceanogr 51, 973-987, 2006
1452006
Growth and development rates have different thermal responses
J Forster, AG Hirst, G Woodward
The American Naturalist 178 (5), 668-678, 2011
1232011
Fecundity of marine planktonic copepods: global rates and patterns in relation to chlorophyll a, temperature and body weight
AJ Bunker, AG Hirst
Marine Ecology Progress Series 279, 161-181, 2004
1162004
Are in situ weight-specific growth rates body-size independent in marine planktonic copepods? A re-analysis of the global syntheses and a new empirical model
AG Hirst, M Sheader
Marine Ecology Progress Series 154, 155-165, 1997
1041997
Pelagic production at the Celtic Sea shelf break
I Joint, R Wollast, L Chou, S Batten, M Elskens, E Edwards, A Hirst, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 48 (14-15), 3049-3081, 2001
992001
Shifts in mass scaling of respiration, feeding, and growth rates across life-form transitions in marine pelagic organisms
T Kiørboe, AG Hirst
The American Naturalist 183 (4), E118-E130, 2014
912014
The temperature‐size rule emerges from ontogenetic differences between growth and development rates
J Forster, AG Hirst
Functional Ecology 26 (2), 483-492, 2012
892012
A synthesis of growth rates in marine epipelagic invertebrate zooplankton
AG Hirst, JC Roff, RS Lampitt
Advances in Marine Biology 44, 1-142, 2003
892003
Naupliar development times and survival of the copepods Calanus helgolandicus and Calanus finmarchicus in relation to food and temperature
KB Cook, A Bunker, S Hay, AG Hirst, DC Speirs
Journal of Plankton Research 29 (9), 757-767, 2007
832007
Natural growth rates in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): I. Improving methodology and predicting intermolt period
GA Tarling, RS Shreeve, AG Hirst, A Atkinson, DW Pond, EJ Murphy, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (2), 959-972, 2006
812006
Natural growth rates in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba): I. Improving methodology and predicting intermolt period
GA Tarling, RS Shreeve, AG Hirst, A Atkinson, DW Pond, EJ Murphy, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 51, 959-972, 2006
812006
How do organisms change size with changing temperature? The importance of reproductive method and ontogenetic timing
J Forster, AG Hirst, D Atkinson
Functional Ecology 25 (5), 1024-1031, 2011
752011
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