Table of Contents, Vol. 20 (1), 1975

Articles

PAERL, HANS W., ROBERT C. RICHARDS, ROBERT L. LEONARD, AND CHARLES R. GOLDMAN
Seasonal nitrate cycling as evidence for complete vertical mixing in Lake Tahoe, California-Nevada
1-8
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MALONE, T. C., C. GARSIDE, K. C. HAINES, AND O. A. ROELS
Nitrate uptake and growth of Chaetoceros sp. in large outdoor continuous cultures
9-19
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NORTH, BARBARA B.
Primary amines in California coastal waters: Utilization by phytoplankton
20-27
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DILLON, P. J.
The phosphorus budget of Cameron Lake, Ontario: The importance of flushing rate to the degree of eutrophy of lakes
28-39
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WALKER, K. F.
The seasonal phytoplankton cycles of two saline lakes in central Washington
40-53
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MCLACHLAN, A. J.
The role of aquatic macrophytes in the recovery of the benthic fauna of a tropical lake after a dry phase
54-63
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GUNNISON, DOUGLAS, AND MARTIN ALEXANDER
Resistance and susceptibility of algae to decomposition by natural microbial communities
64-70
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BOON, JOHN D. III
Tidal discharge asymmetry in a salt marsh drainage system
71-80
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GARDNER, LEONARD ROBERT
Runoff from an intertidal marsh during tidal exposure-recession curves and chemical characteristics
81-89
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HUYER, A., R. D. PILLSBURY, AND R. L. SMITH
Seasonal variation of the alongshore velocity field over the continental shelf off Oregon
90-95
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ELDER, JOHN F.
Complexation side reactions involving trace metals in natural water systems
96-102
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Notes

SKIRROW, G., AND M. WHITFIELD
The effect of increases in the atmospheric carbon dioxide content on the carbonate ion concentration of surface ocean water at 25°C
103-108
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BENNETT, JOHN R.
Another explanation of the observed cyclonic circulation of large lakes
108-110
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TIMMS, B. V.
Morphometric control of variation in annual heat budgets
110-112
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HSU, S. A.
Wind stress on nearshore and lagoonal waters of a tropical island
113-115
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CODISPOTI, L. A., AND T. G. OWENS
Nutrient transports through Lancaster Sound in relation to the Arctic Ocean’s reactive silicate budget and the outflow of Bering Strait waters
115-119
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GALLAGHER, JOHN L.
The significance of the surface film in salt marsh plankton metabolism
120-123
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DE LA CRUZ, ARMANDO A., AND WILLIAM E. POE
Amino acids in salt marsh detritus
124-127
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COUGHENOWER, D. DOUGLAS, AND HERBERT C. CURL, JR.
An automated technique for total dissolved free amino acids in seawater
128-131
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LIDDICOAT, M. I., SUSAN TIBBITTS, AND E. I. BUTLER
The determination of ammonia in seawater
131-132
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BASSIN, N. JAY
Suspended marine clay mineral identification by scanning electronmicroscopy and energy-dispersive X-ray analysis
133-137
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BERG, WALTER W., JR.,PETER FLEISCHER, GARY R. FREITAG, AND EMMETT L.BRYANT
A continuous, turbidity monitoring system for coastal surface waters
137-141
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MONAHAN, EDWARD C., BRUCE J. HIGGINS, AND G. THOMAS KAYE
A comparison of vertical drift-envelopes to conventional drift-bottles
141-147
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Comments

BISHOP, JOHN W., AND JOHN P. BARLOW
Phosphorus release by zooplankton
148-149
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BEWERS, J. M., AND P. A. YEATS
Fluoride: Global circulation
149-150
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RILEY, GORDON A.
Transparency-chlorophyll relations
150-152
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BANNISTER, T. T.
Reply to comment by G. A. Riley
152-153
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Proceedings of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc
154-155
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American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc. Financial Statement
156
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