Thomas Larsen
Thomas Larsen
Max Planck Institute of Geoanthropology, Jena, Germany
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Tracing carbon sources through aquatic and terrestrial food webs using amino acid stable isotope fingerprinting
T Larsen, M Ventura, N Andersen, DM O’Brien, U Piatkowski, ...
PloS one 8 (9), e73441, 2013
Advances in the application of amino acid nitrogen isotopic analysis in ecological and biogeochemical studies
N Ohkouchi, Y Chikaraishi, HG Close, B Fry, T Larsen, DJ Madigan, ...
Organic Geochemistry 113, 150-174, 2017
Stable isotope fingerprinting: a novel method for identifying plant, fungal, or bacterial origins of amino acids
T Larsen, DL Taylor, MB Leigh, DM O'Brien
Ecology 90 (12), 3526-3535, 2009
The impact of soil compaction on euedaphic Collembola
T Larsen, P Schjønning, J Axelsen
Applied Soil Ecology 26 (3), 273-281, 2004
What does leaf wax δD from a mixed C3/C4 vegetation region tell us?
YV Wang, T Larsen, G Leduc, N Andersen, T Blanz, RR Schneider
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 111, 128-139, 2013
Calling all archaeologists: guidelines for terminology, methodology, data handling, and reporting when undertaking and reviewing stable isotope applications in archaeology
P Roberts, R Fernandes, OE Craig, T Larsen, A Lucquin, J Swift, J Zech
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 32 (5), 361-372, 2018
Millennial-scale plankton regime shifts in the subtropical North Pacific Ocean
KW McMahon, MD McCarthy, OA Sherwood, T Larsen, TP Guilderson
Science 350 (6267), 1530-1533, 2015
Use of stable isotopes to examine how dietary restriction extends Drosophila lifespan
DM O'Brien, KJ Min, T Larsen, M Tatar
Current Biology 18 (4), R155-R156, 2008
Tracing the biosynthetic source of essential amino acids in marine turtles using δ13C fingerprints
KE Arthur, S Kelez, T Larsen, CA Choy, BN Popp
Ecology 95 (5), 1285-1293, 2014
Assessing the potential of amino acid 13C patterns as a carbon source tracer in marine sediments: effects of algal growth conditions and sedimentary diagenesis
T Larsen, LT Bach, R Salvatteci, YV Wang, N Andersen, M Ventura, ...
Biogeosciences 12 (16), 4979-4992, 2015
Diet of the prehistoric population of Rapa Nui (Easter Island, Chile) shows environmental adaptation and resilience
CL Jarman, T Larsen, T Hunt, C Lipo, R Solsvik, N Wallsgrove, ...
American journal of physical anthropology 164 (2), 343-361, 2017
Using multi-objective classification to model communities of soil microarthropods
D Demšar, S Džeroski, T Larsen, J Struyf, J Axelsen, MB Pedersen, ...
Ecological Modelling 191 (1), 131-143, 2006
Simplified and rapid method for extraction of ergosterol from natural samples and detection with quantitative and semi-quantitative methods using thin-layer chromatography
T Larsen, J Axelsen, HW Ravn
Journal of Chromatography A 1026 (1-2), 301-304, 2004
Know your fish: A novel compound-specific isotope approach for tracing wild and farmed salmon
YV Wang, AHL Wan, EJ Lock, N Andersen, C Winter-Schuh, T Larsen
Food Chemistry 256, 380-389, 2018
Long-Term Conditioning to Elevated pCO2 and Warming Influences the Fatty and Amino Acid Composition of the Diatom Cylindrotheca fusiformis
R Bermúdez, Y Feng, MY Roleda, AO Tatters, DA Hutchins, T Larsen, ...
PLoS One 10 (5), e0123945, 2015
Essential amino acid supplementation by gut microbes of a wood-feeding cerambycid
PA Ayayee, T Larsen, C Rosa, GW Felton, JG Ferry, K Hoover
Environmental Entomology 45 (1), 66-73, 2016
Substantial nutritional contribution of bacterial amino acids to earthworms and enchytraeids: A case study from organic grasslands
T Larsen, MM Pollierer, M Holmstrup, A D'Annibale, K Maraldo, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 99, 21-27, 2016
Reconstructing δ13C isoscapes of phytoplankton production in a coastal upwelling system with amino acid isotope values of littoral mussels
NL Vokhshoori, T Larsen, MD McCarthy
Marine Ecology Progress Series 504, 59-72, 2014
Can amino acid carbon isotope ratios distinguish primary producers in a mangrove ecosystem?
T Larsen, MJ Wooller, ML Fogel, DM O'Brien
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 26 (13), 1541-1548, 2012
The dominant detritus‐feeding invertebrate in Arctic peat soils derives its essential amino acids from gut symbionts
T Larsen, M Ventura, K Maraldo, X Triadó‐Margarit, EO Casamayor, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (5), 1275-1285, 2016
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