Table of Contents, Vol. 19 (1), 1974

Articles

BANNISTER, T. T.
Production equations in terms of chlorophyll concentration, quantum yield and upper limit to production
1-12
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BANNISTER, T. T.
A general theory of steady state phytoplankton growth in a nutrient saturated mixed layer
13-30
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BERMAN, THOMAS, AND UTSA POLLINGHER
Annual and seasonal variations of phytoplankton, chlorophyll, and photosynthesis in Lake Kinneret
31-55
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KIEFER, DALE A., AND ROSWELL W. AUSTIN
The effect of varying phytoplankton concentration on submarine light transmission in the Gulf of California
55-64
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WELCH, HAROLD E.
Metabolic rates of arctic lakes
65-73
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MCLACHLAN, A. J.
Recovery of the mud substrate and its associated fauna following a dry phase in a tropical lake
74-83
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FOTHERINGHAM, NICK
Trophic complexity in a littoral boulderfield
84-91
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HYNES, H. B. N.
Further studies on the distribution of stream animals within the substratum
92-99
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GEHRS, CARL W.
Horizontal distribution and abundance of Diaptomus clavipes Schachtin relation to Potamogeton foliosus in a pond and under experimental conditions
100-104
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BERMAN, MARK S., AND SUMNER RICHMAN
The feeding behavior of Daphnia pulex from Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin
105-109
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RAMM, ALAN E., AND DAVID A. BELLA
Sulfide production in anaerobic microcosms
110-118
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VANDERHOEF, LARRY N., CHI-YING HUANG, ROBERT MUSIL, AND JEFFERY WILLIAMS
Nitrogen fixation (acetylene reduction) by phytoplankton in Green Bay, Lake Michi-gan, in relation to nutrient concentrations
119-125
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BEZDEK, H. F., AND A. F. CARLUCCI
Concentrationfrom a seawater surface by bursting bubbles
126-132
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Notes

BLANCHARD, DUNCAN C., AND LAWRENCE D. SYZDEK
Bubble tube: Apparatus for determining rate of collection of bacteria by an air bubble rising in water
133-138
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DJURIC, DUGAN, AND HENRI R. LERIBAUX.
On the determination of turbulent diffusivity in shallow waters by aerial photography of floating markers
138-144
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BEN-YAAKOV, S., AND E. RUTH
An improved in situ pH sensor for oceanographic and limnological applications
144-151
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BROWN, HELEN DAVIS
A new technique for the study of epiphytic algae
151-152
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WILLIAMS, D. DUDLEY, AND N. E. WILLIAMS
A counterstaining technique for use in sorting benthic samples
152-154
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SPEIR, JON A., AND N. H. ANDERSON
Use of emergence data for estimating annual production of aquatic insects
154-156
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LODEN, MICHAEL S.
Predation by chironomid (Diptera) larvae on oligochaetes
156-159
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WEBSTER, R. M.
An inexpensive sampler for studying the microbiology of river mud
159-161
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HATCHER, ROGER F., AND BRUCE C. PARKER
Laboratory comparisons of four surface microlayer samplers
162-165
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Comments

GARRETT, WILLIAM D.
Comments on “Laboratory comparisons of four surface microlayer samplers” (R. F. Hatcher and B. C. Parker)
166-167
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EDMONDSON, YVETTE H.
Editorial comment: Policy
167-168
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Book Reviews

J. E. HOBBIE
Detritus and its role in aquatic ecosystems (U. Melchiorri-Santolini and J. W. Hopton[eds.] )
169
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LAWRENCE R. POMEROY
A guide to the measurement of marine primary production under some special condi-tions (UNESCO)
170
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Proceedings of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc
171-172
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American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc. Financial Statement
173
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