Table of Contents, Vol. 17 (6), 1972

Articles

FROST, B. W.
Effects of size and concentration of food particles on the feeding behavior of the marine planktonic copepod Calanus pacificus
805-815
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WARSHAW, STEPHEN J.
Effects of alewives (Alosa pseudoharengus) on the zooplankton of Lake Wononskopomuc, Connecticut
816-825
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GORDON, HOWARD R., AND OTIS B. BROWN
A theoretical model of light scattering by Sargasso Sea particulates
826-832
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CARDER, KENDALL L., RICHARD D. TOMLINSON, AND GEORGE F. BEARDSLEY, JR.
A technique for the estimation of indices of refraction of marine phytoplankters
833-839
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SANGER, JON E., AND EVILLE GORHAM
Stratigraphy of fossil pigments as a guide to the postglacial history of Kirchner Marsh, Minnesota
840-854
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KEMP, A. L. W., AND A. MUDROCHOVA
Distribution and forms of nitrogen in a Lake Ontario sediment core
855-867
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KNAUER, GEORGE A., AND JOHN H. MARTIN
Mercury in a marine pelagic food chain
868-876
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BERTINE, K. K., AND E. D. GOLDBERG
Trace elements in clams, mussels, and shrimp
877-884
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CLINE, JOEL D., AND FRANCIS A. RICHARDS
Oxygen deficient conditions and nitrate reduction in the eastern tropical North Pacific Ocean
885-900
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Notes

ESAIAS, WAYNE E., AND HERBERT C. CURL, JR.
Effect of dinoflagellate bioluminescence on copepod ingestion rates
901-906
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BALCH, NORVAL
ATP content of Calanus finmarchicus
906-908
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SNOW, NORMAN B.
The effect of season and animal size on the caloric content of Daphnia pulicaria Forbes
909-912
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PORTER, KAREN GLAUS
A method for the in situ study of zooplankton grazing effects on algal species composition and standing crop
913-917
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TIMMS, B. V.
A meromictic lake in Australia
918-922
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MOTTEN, ALEXANDER F., AND CHARLES A. S. HALL
Edaphic factors override apossible gradient of ecological maturity indices in a small stream
922-926
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WETZEL, ROBERT G., AND BRUCE A. MANNY
Decomposition of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen compounds from leaves in an experimental hard-water stream
927-931
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HAGER, S. W., E. L. ATLAS, L. I. GORDON, A. W. MANTYLA, AND P. K. PARK
Acomparison at sea of manual and AutoAnalyzer analysis of phosphate, nitrate,and silicate.
931-937
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GERCHAKOV, SOL M., AND PATRICK G. HATCHER
Improved technique for analysis of carbohydrates in sediment.
938-943
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WIUM-ANDERSEN, S., AND JENS M. ANDERSEN
Carbon dioxide content of the interstitial water in the sediment of Grane Langsø, a Danish Lobelia lake
943-947
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WIUM-ANDERSEN, S., AND JENS M. ANDERSEN
The influence of vegetation on the redox profile of the sediment of Grane Langsø, a Danish Lobelia lake
948-952
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SCHINDLER, J. E., J. J. ALBERTS, AND K. R. HONICK
A preliminary investigation, of organic-inorganic associations in a stagnating system
952-957
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Comments

PYTKOWICZ, RICARDO M.
Comments on “The control of seawater pH by ion pairing”(P. J. Wangersky)
958-959
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KESTER, DANA R.
Effect of ion pairing on the pH of seawater
959-960
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WANGERSKY, PETER J.
Ion pairing and pH:A reply
960-962
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EDMONDSON, YVETTE H
Editorial comment:Referees
963-964
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G. E. HUTCHINSON
Nutrients and eutrophication (G. E. Likens [ed.])
965-968
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E. W. FAGER
Methods of the study of marine benthos (N. A. Holme and A. D. McIntyre [eds.])
968-969
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G. HOWELLS
The Columbia River estuary and adjacent ocean waters (A. T. Pruter and D. L.Alverson [eds.] )
969-970
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BooksReceived
971-972
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Author and title index to volume 17
973-979
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