|Biogenic carbon flows through the planktonic food web of the Amundsen Gulf (Arctic Ocean): A synthesis of field measurements and inverse modeling analyses|
A Forest, JÉ Tremblay, Y Gratton, J Martin, J Gagnon, G Darnis, M Sampei, ...
Progress in Oceanography 91 (4), 410-436, 2011
|Particulate organic carbon fluxes on the slope of the Mackenzie Shelf (Beaufort Sea): Physical and biological forcing of shelf-basin exchanges|
A Forest, M Sampei, H Hattori, R Makabe, H Sasaki, M Fukuchi, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 68 (1-2), 39-54, 2007
|Oceanographic structure drives the assembly processes of microbial eukaryotic communities|
A Monier, J Comte, M Babin, A Forest, A Matsuoka, C Lovejoy
The ISME journal 9 (4), 990-1002, 2015
|The annual cycle of particulate organic carbon export in Franklin Bay (Canadian Arctic): Environmental control and food web implications|
A Forest, M Sampei, R Makabe, H Sasaki, DG Barber, Y Gratton, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 113 (C3), 2008
|Carbon biomass, elemental ratios (C:N) and stable isotopic composition (δ13C, δ15N) of dominant calanoid copepods during the winter-to-summer transition in …|
A Forest, V Galindo, G Darnis, S Pineault, C Lalande, JÉ Tremblay, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 33 (1), 161-178, 2011
|Variability in the annual cycle of vertical particulate organic carbon export on Arctic shelves: Contrasting the Laptev Sea, Northern Baffin Bay and the Beaufort Sea|
C Lalande, A Forest, DG Barber, Y Gratton, L Fortier
Continental Shelf Research 29 (17), 2157-2165, 2009
|Shelf‐basin gradients shape ecological phytoplankton niches and community composition in the coastal Arctic Ocean (Beaufort Sea)|
M Ardyna, M Babin, E Devred, A Forest, M Gosselin, P Raimbault, ...
Limnology and oceanography 62 (5), 2113-2132, 2017
|Estimation of primary production in the Arctic Ocean using ocean colour remote sensing and coupled physical–biological models: strengths, limitations and how they compare|
M Babin, S Bélanger, I Ellingsen, A Forest, V Le Fouest, T Lacour, ...
Progress in Oceanography 139, 197-220, 2015
|Significant contribution of passively sinking copepods to downward export flux in Arctic waters|
M SampeiH, iroshi Sasaki, H Hattori, A Forest, L Fortiera
Limnology and Oceanography 54 (6), 1894-1900, 2009
|Three-year assessment of particulate organic carbon fluxes in Amundsen Gulf (Beaufort Sea): Satellite observations and sediment trap measurements|
A Forest, S Bélanger, M Sampei, H Sasaki, C Lalande, L Fortier
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 57 (1), 125-142, 2010
|Multivariate benthic ecosystem functioning in the Arctic–benthic fluxes explained by environmental parameters in the southeastern Beaufort Sea|
H Link, G Chaillou, A Forest, D Piepenburg, P Archambault
Biogeosciences Discussions 9 (11), 16933, 2012
|Size distribution of particles and zooplankton across the shelf-basin system in southeast Beaufort Sea: combined results from an Underwater Vision Profiler and vertical net tows|
A Forest, L Stemmann, M Picheral, L Burdorf, D Robert, L Fortier, M Babin
Biogeosciences 9 (4), 1301-1320, 2012
|Dinoflagellate cyst production over an annual cycle in seasonally ice-covered Hudson Bay|
M Heikkilä, V Pospelova, A Forest, GA Stern, L Fortier, RW Macdonald
Marine Micropaleontology 125, 1-24, 2016
|Intense photooxidative degradation of planktonic and bacterial lipids in sinking particles collected with sediment traps across the Canadian Beaufort Shelf (Arctic Ocean)|
JF Rontani, B Charriere, A Forest, S Heussner, F Vaultier, M Petit, ...
Biogeosciences 9 (11), 4787-4802, 2012
|A substantial export flux of particulate organic carbon linked to sinking dead copepods during winter 2007–2008 in the Amundsen Gulf (southeastern Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean)|
M Sampei, H Sasaki, A Forest, L Fortier
Limnology and oceanography 57 (1), 90-96, 2012
|Ecosystem function and particle flux dynamics across the Mackenzie Shelf (Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean): an integrative analysis of spatial variability and biophysical forcings|
A Forest, M Babin, L Stemmann, M Picheral, M Sampei, L Fortier, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (5), 2833-2866, 2013
|Attenuation of the vertical flux of copepod fecal pellets under Arctic sea ice: evidence for an active detrital food web in winter|
M Sampei, A Forest, H Sasaki, H Hattori, R Makabe, M Fukuchi, L Fortier
Polar Biology 32, 225-232, 2009
|Increasing mobility of high Arctic sea ice increases marine hazards off the east coast of Newfoundland|
DG Barber, DG Babb, JK Ehn, W Chan, L Matthes, LA Dalman, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (5), 2370-2379, 2018
|Relationships between primary production and vertical particle export at the Atlantic-Arctic boundary (Fram Strait, HAUSGARTEN)|
A Forest, P Wassmann, D Slagstad, E Bauerfeind, EM Nöthig, M Klages
Polar Biology 33, 1733-1746, 2010
|Production and retention of biogenic matter in the southeast Beaufort Sea during 2003–2004: insights from annual vertical particle fluxes of organic carbon and biogenic silica|
M Sampei, H Sasaki, R Makabe, A Forest, H Hattori, JÉ Tremblay, ...
Polar Biology 34, 501-511, 2011