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Changes in stable isotope composition during fasting in phocid seals

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Bibliographic reference Habran Sarah ; Damseaux France ; Pomeroy Patrick ; Debier, Cathy ; Crocker Daniel ; et. al. Changes in stable isotope composition during fasting in phocid seals. In: Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, Vol. 33, no.2, p. 176-184 (2019)
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