Moser S and Dilling L. 2004. Making Climate Hot: Communicating the urgency and challenge of global climate change. Environment 46 (10): 32-46.

Dilling L, and MA Brzezinski. 2004. Quantifying marine snow as a food choice for zooplankton using stable silicon isotope tracers.  Journal of Plankton Research 26:1105-1114.

Dilling L, Doney SC, Edmonds J, Gurney KR, Harriss R, Schimel D, Stephens B, and Stokes G. 2003. The role of carbon cycle observations and knowledge in carbon management. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 28:521-58/

Dilling L, and AL Alldredge. 2000. Fragmentation of marine snow by swimming macrozooplankton: A new process impacting carbon cycling in the sea. Deep Sea Res. I 47:1227-1245.

Dilling L, J Wilson, D Steinberg, and AL Alldredge. 1998. Feeding by the euphausiid Euphausia pacifica and the copepod Calanus pacificus on marine snow. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 170: 189-201.

Dilling L. Consumption and Fragmentation of Marine Snow by Euphausiids and Copepods. PhD Dissertation.

Dilling L. and AL Alldredge. 1993. Can chaetognath fecal pellets contribute to carbon flux? Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 92:51-58.Dilling L. and AL Alldredge. 1993.


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