Mrs Corinne Pebody

Role/area of expertise

Technician specialising in downward particle flux

Location & Contact Details

Telephone Extension: 
26348/ 26336
(External 02380 596348/ 26336)
Contact Email:
Office / Desk Location: 
494/02/ 494/16

Mrs Corinne Pebody

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My core work is supporting the particle flux group, in the lab at NOC and at sea. We currently run trapping programmes at the PAP, NOG and SOG sites. I also support the instrumented mooring at PAP and Zooplankton sampling at PAP.

My current interest is pteropods at the PAP site, their spatial temporal and depth distribution and lifecycles.

For more information about the PAP site please go to:

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Latest Publications for Mrs Corinne Pebody

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Ruhl, H.A., Bett, B.J., Hughes, S.J.M., Alt, Claudia H.S., Ross, E.J., Lampitt, R.S., Pebody, C.A., Smith, K.L. and Billett, D.S.M. (2014) Links between deep-sea respiration and community dynamics. Ecology, 95, (6), 1651-1662. (doi:10.1890/13-0675.1).
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Ruhl, Henry A.; Bett, Brian J.; Hughes, Sarah J.M.; Alt, Claudia J.S.; Ross, Elizabeth J.; Lampitt, Richard S.; Pebody, Corinne A.; Smith, Kenneth L.; Billett, David S.M.. 2013 Links between deep-sea respiration and community dynamics. Ecology, 95 (6). 1651-1662. 10.1890/13-0675.1

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Hartman, S.E., Lampitt, R.S., Larkin, K.E., Pagnani, M., Campbell, J., Gkritzalis, T., Jiang, Z-P., Pebody, C.A., Ruhl, H.A., Gooday, A.J., Bett, B.J., Billett, D.S.M., Provost, P., McLachlan, R., Turton, J.D. and Lankester, S. (2012) The Porcupine Abyssal Plain fixed-point sustained observatory (PAP-SO): variations and trends from the Northeast Atlantic fixed-point time-series. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69, (5), 776-783. (doi:10.1093/icesjms/fss077).
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Hartman, S.E.; Lampitt, R.S.; Larkin, K.E.; Pagnani, M.; Campbell, J.; Gkritzalis, T.; Jiang, Z-P.; Pebody, C.A.; Ruhl, H.A.; Gooday, A.J.; Bett, B.J.; Billett, D.S.M.; Provost, P.; McLachlan, R.; Turton, J.D.; Lankester, S.. 2012 The Porcupine Abyssal Plain fixed-point sustained observatory (PAP-SO): variations and trends from the Northeast Atlantic fixed-point time-series. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69 (5). 776-783. 10.1093/icesjms/fss077

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Lampitt, R.S.; Salter, I.; de Cuevas, B.A.; Hartman, S.; Larkin, K.E.; Pebody, C.A.. 2010 Long-term variability of downward particle flux in the deep northeast Atlantic: Causes and trends [in special issue: Water Column and Seabed Studies at the PAP Sustained Observatory in the Northeast Atlantic] Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 57 (15). 1346-1361. 10.1016/j.dsr2.2010.01.011

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Woodstock, C.. 2000 Near-bottom zooplankton. Ocean Zone, Southampton Oceanography Centre, No.2. p.4.

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