Michael T. Brett
Michael T. Brett
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington
Verified email at uw.edu
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The role of highly unsaturated fatty acids in aquatic food web processes
DC Brett, M.T., & Müller-Navarra
Freshwater Biology 38 (8), 483-499, 1997
A highly unsaturated fatty acid predicts carbon transfer between primary producers and consumers
DC Müller-Navarra, MT Brett, AM Liston, CR Goldman
Nature 403 (6765), 74-77, 2000
Lipid composition and food quality of some freshwater phytoplankton for cladoceran zooplankters
G Ahlgren, L Lundstedt, M Brett, C Forsberg
Journal of Plankton Research 12 (4), 809-818, 1990
Evaluation of the current state of mechanistic aquatic biogeochemical modeling
GB Arhonditsis, MT Brett
Marine Ecology Progress Series 271, 13-26, 2004
A meta-analysis of the freshwater trophic cascade
MT Brett, CR Goldman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (15), 7723-7726, 1996
Phytoplankton, not allochthonous carbon, sustains herbivorous zooplankton production
MT Brett, MJ Kainz, SJ Taipale, H Seshan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (50), 21197-21201, 2009
Consumer versus resource control in freshwater pelagic food webs
MT Brett, CR Goldman
Science 275 (5298), 384-386, 1997
Lipids in aquatic ecosystems
MT Arts, MT Brett, M Kainz
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
Unsaturated fatty acid content in seston and tropho-dynamic coupling in lakes
DC Müller-Navarra, MT Brett, S Park, S Chandra, AP Ballantyne, E Zorita, ...
Nature 427 (6969), 69-72, 2004
Daphnia fatty acid composition reflects that of their diet
MT Brett, DC Müller-Navarra, AP Ballantyne, JL Ravet, CR Goldman
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (5), 2428-2437, 2006
Eutrophication model for Lake Washington (USA): Part I. Model description and sensitivity analysis
GB Arhonditsis, MT Brett
Ecological modelling 187 (2-3), 140-178, 2005
Diet tracing in ecology: Method comparison and selection
JM Nielsen, EL Clare, B Hayden, MT Brett, P Kratina
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (2), 278-291, 2018
How important are terrestrial organic carbon inputs for secondary production in freshwater ecosystems?
MT Brett, SE Bunn, S Chandra, AWE Galloway, F Guo, MJ Kainz, ...
Freshwater Biology 62 (5), 833-853, 2017
Fatty acid composition as biomarkers of freshwater microalgae: analysis of 37 strains of microalgae in 22 genera and in seven classes
S Taipale, U Strandberg, E Peltomaa, AWE Galloway, A Ojala, MT Brett
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 71 (2), 165-178, 2013
Crustacean zooplankton fatty acid composition
MT Brett, DC Müller-Navarra, J Persson
Lipids in aquatic ecosystems, 115-146, 2009
Non-point-source impacts on stream nutrient concentrations along a forest to urban gradient
MT Brett, GB Arhonditsis, SE Mueller, DM Hartley, JD Frodge, DE Funke
Environmental management 35 (3), 330-342, 2005
Empirical analysis of the effect of phosphorus limitation on algal food quality for freshwater zooplankton
MT Brett, DC Müller‐Navarra, P Sang‐Kyu
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (7), 1564-1575, 2000
A review and reassessment of lake phosphorus retention and the nutrient loading concept
MT Brett, MM Benjamin
Freshwater Biology 53 (1), 194-211, 2008
Particulate phosphorus bioavailability as a function of stream flow and land cover
ME Ellison, MT Brett
Water research 40 (6), 1258-1268, 2006
When is a correlation between non‐independent variables “spurious”?
MT Brett
Oikos 105 (3), 647-656, 2004
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