Table of Contents, Vol. 10 (1), 1965

Articles

EMERY, K. O., ARTHUR S. MERRILL, AND JAMES V. A. TRUMBULL
Geology and biology of the sea floor as deduced from simultaneous photographs and samples
1-21
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WRIGHT, RICHARD T., AND JOHN E. HOBBIE
The uptake of organic solutes in lake water
22-28
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HUNKINS, KENNETH I.
Tide and storm surge observations in the Chukchi Sea
29-39
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BROENKOW, WILLIAM W.
The distribution of nutrients in the Costa Rica Dome in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean
40-52
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DUGDALE, VERA A., AND RICHARD C. DUGDALE
Nitrogen metabolism inlakes III. Tracer studies of the assimilation of inorganic nitrogen sources
53-57
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GUTKNECHT, JOHN
Uptake and retention of Cesium 137 and Zinc 65 by seaweeds
58-66
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DUFF, SHEILA, AND JOHN M. TEAL
Temperature change and gas exchange in Nova Scotia and Georgia salt-marsh muds
67-73
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KEVERN, N. R., AND R. C. BALL
Primary productivity and energy relationships in artificial streams
74-87
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MCFADDEN, JAMES T., EDWIN L. COOPER, AND JOHN K. ANDERSEN
Some effects of environment on egg production in brown trout (Salmo frutta)
88-95
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FLEMINGER, ABRAHAM, AND ROBERT I. CLUTTER
Avoidance of towed nets by zooplankton
96-104
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MCMAHON, J. W., AND F. H. RIGLER
Feeding rate of Daphnia magna Straus in different foods labeled with radioactive phosphorus
105-113
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JOHNSON, RALPH GORDON
Temperature variation in the infaunal environment of a sand flat
114-120
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TUBB, RICHARD A., AND TROY C. DORRIS
Herbivorous insect populationsin oil refinery effluent holding pond series
121-134
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CARPENTER, JAMES H.
The accuracy of the Winkler method for dissolved oxygen analysis
135-140
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Notes

CARPENTER, JAMES H.
The Chesapeake Bay Institute technique for the Winkler dissolved oxygen method
141-143
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LAEVASTU, TAIVO, HARRY ZEITLIN, AND MOON KI SONG
Notes on oxygen consumption in seawater
144-146
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MCLEOD G. C., F. BOBBLIS, JR., AND C. S. YENTSCH
A graphite electrode system for measuring dissolved oxygen
146-149
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SWANSON, GEORGE A.
Automatic plankton sampling system
149-152
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SALSMAN, G. G., AND W. H. TOLBERT
Observations on the sand dollar, Mellita quinquiesperforata
152-155
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WOLFSON, FAY H.
The optical comparator as a tool in plankton research
156-157
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BROWN, ROBERT P.
Delineation of the layer of maximum salinity in tropical and subtropical oceans by means of bathythermograph traces
157-160
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REPORT OF THE IN SITU LIGHT MEASUREMENTS WORKING GROUP OF THECOMMITTEE ON OCEANOGRAPHY OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL
161-162
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY. INC
162-164
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