|Methylmercury production below the mixed layer in the North Pacific Ocean|
JD Blum, BN Popp, JC Drazen, CA Choy, MW Johnson
Nature Geoscience 6 (10), 879-884, 2013
|Plastic for dinner? Observations of frequent debris ingestion by pelagic predatory fishes from the central North Pacific|
CA Choy, JC Drazen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 485, 155-163, 2013
|The influence of depth on mercury levels in pelagic fishes and their prey|
CA Choy, BN Popp, JJ Kaneko, JC Drazen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (33), 13865-13869, 2009
|The trophodynamics of marine top predators: current knowledge, recent advances and challenges|
JW Young, BPV Hunt, TR Cook, JK Llopiz, EL Hazen, HR Pethybridge, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 113, 170-187, 2015
|Midwater zooplankton and suspended particle dynamics in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre: A stable isotope perspective|
CCS Hannides, BN Popp, CA Choy, JC Drazen
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (6), 1931-1946, 2013
|Bypassing the abyssal benthic food web: Macrourid diet in the eastern North Pacific inferred from stomach content and stable isotopes analyses|
JC Drazen, BN Popp, CA Choy, T Clemente, LD Forest, KL Smith Jr
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (6), 2644-2654, 2008
|Global trophic position comparison of two dominant mesopelagic fish families (Myctophidae, Stomiidae) using amino acid nitrogen isotopic analyses|
CA Choy, PC Davison, JC Drazen, A Flynn, EJ Gier, JC Hoffman, ...
PLoS One 7 (11), e50133, 2012
|The vertical distribution and biological transport of marine microplastics across the epipelagic and mesopelagic water column|
CA Choy, BH Robison, TO Gagne, B Erwin, E Firl, RU Halden, ...
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 7843, 2019
|Trophic position estimates of marine teleosts using amino acid compound specific isotopic analysis|
CJ Bradley, NJ Wallsgrove, CA Choy, JC Drazen, ED Hetherington, ...
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 13 (9), 476-493, 2015
|From the surface to the seafloor: How giant larvaceans transport microplastics into the deep sea|
K Katija, CA Choy, RE Sherlock, AD Sherman, BH Robison
Science Advances 3 (8), e1700715, 2017
|Trophic structure and food resources of epipelagic and mesopelagic fishes in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre ecosystem inferred from nitrogen isotopic compositions|
CA Choy, BN Popp, CCS Hannides, JC Drazen
Limnology and Oceanography 60 (4), 1156-1171, 2015
|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
|Improving marine ecosystem models with biochemical tracers|
HR Pethybridge, CA Choy, JJ Polovina, EA Fulton
Annual Review of Marine Science 10, 199-228, 2018
|Diets of five important predatory mesopelagic fishes of the central North Pacific|
CA Choy, E Portner, M Iwane, JC Drazen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 492, 169-184, 2013
|Deep pelagic food web structure as revealed by in situ feeding observations|
CA Choy, SHD Haddock, BH Robison
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284 (1868), 20172116, 2017
|Finding the way to the top: how the composition of oceanic mid-trophic micronekton groups determines apex predator biomass in the central North Pacific|
CA Choy, CCC Wabnitz, M Weijerman, PA Woodworth-Jefcoats, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 549, 9-25, 2016
|Global trophic ecology of yellowfin, bigeye, and albacore tunas: Understanding predation on micronekton communities at ocean-basin scales|
LM Duffy, PM Kuhnert, HR Pethybridge, JW Young, RJ Olson, JM Logan, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 140, 55-73, 2017
|Setting the stage for a global-scale trophic analysis of marine top predators: a multi-workshop review|
JW Young, RJ Olson, F Ménard, PM Kuhnert, LM Duffy, V Allain, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 25 (1), 261-272, 2015
|Intrinsic tracers reveal recent foraging ecology of giant Pacific bluefin tuna at their primary spawning grounds|
DJ Madigan, WC Chiang, NJ Wallsgrove, BN Popp, T Kitagawa, CA Choy, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 553, 253-266, 2016
|Stable isotope analysis of micronekton around Hawaii reveals suspended particles are an important nutritional source in the lower mesopelagic and upper bathypelagic zones|
K Gloeckler, CA Choy, C Hannides, HG Close, E Goetze, BN Popp, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (3), 1168-1180, 2018