Table of Contents, Vol. 21 (1), 1976

Articles

WALSH, JOHN J.
Herbivory as a factor in patterns of nutrient utilization in the sea
1-13
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ALLDREDGE, ALICE L.
Discarded appendicularian houses as sources of food, surface habitats, and particulate organic matter in planktonic environments
14-24
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NIVAL, P., AND S. NIVAL
Particle retention efficiencies of an herbivorous copepod, Acartia clausi (adult and copepodite stages): Effects on grazing
24-38
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PAFFENHÖFER, GUSTAV-ADOLF
Feeding, growth, and food conversion of the marine planktonic copepod Calanus helgolandicus
39-50
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COVICH, ALAN
Recent changes in molluscan species diversity of a large tropical lake(Lagode Peten,Guatemala)
51-59
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NAIMAN, ROBERT J.
Primary production, standing stock, and export of organic matter in a Mohave Desert thermal stream
60-73
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STEPHENS, D. W., AND D. M. GILLESPIE
Phytoplankton production in the Great Salt Lake, Utah, and a laboratory study of algal response to enrichment
74-87
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PERRY, M. J.
Phosphate utilization by an oceanic diatom in phosphorus-limited chemo-stat culture and in the oligotrophic waters of the central North Pacific
88-107
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BREWER, PETER G., AND JOEL C. GOLDMAN
Alkalinity changes generated by phytoplankton growth
108-117
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PALMER, MERV D., AND DONALD J. POULTON
Hamilton Harbor: Periodicities of the physicochemical process
118-127
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ADAMS, CHARLES E., JR.
Estimating water temperatures and time of ice formation on the Saint Lawrence River
128-137
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BILLMIRE, E., AND S. AARONSON
The secretion of lipids by the freshwater phytoflagellate Ochromonus danica
138-140
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FERGUSON, R. L., AND P. RUBLEE
Contribution of bacteria to standing crop of coastal plankton
141-145
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SUTCLIFFE, W. H., JR., E. A. ORR, AND O. HOLM-HANSEN
Difficulties with ATP measurements in inshore waters
145-149
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SLAWYK, G., J. J. MACISAAC, AND R. C. DUGDALE
Inorganic nitrogen uptake by marine phytoplankton under in situ and simulated in situ incubation conditions: Results from the northwest African upwelling region
149-152
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CROSSLAND, C. J., AND D. J. BARNES
Acetylene reduction by coral skeletons
153-156
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STRÖMGREN, TOR
Skeleton growth of the hydrocoral Millepora complanata Lamarck in relation to light
156-160
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TAFT, J. L.
Recovery of 14C-CO2 at high flow rates from a CHN analyzer
161-164
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SMITH, K. L., JR., C. H. CLIFFORD, A. H. ELIASON, B. WALDEN, G. T. ROWE, ANDJ. M. TEAL
A free vehicle for measuring benthic community metabolism
164-170
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HÅKANSON, LARS
A bottom sediment trap for recent sedimentary deposits
170-174
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Comments

BOYD, CARL M.
Selection of particle sizes by filter-feeding copepods: A plea for reason
175-180
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NORTHBY, J. A.
A comment on rate measurements in open systems
180-182
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Book Reviews

D.H.CUSHING
Ecologic du plancton marin. 1. Le phytoplancton. 2. Le zooplancton (P. Bougis)
183a-
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W.T. EDMONDSON
Plankton rotifers (A. Ruttner-Kolisko)
183b-184
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H. B. N. HYNES
Productivity of world ecosystems (National Academy of Sciences)
184-185
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R. M. PYTKOWICZ
La chimie des eaux (J. Hissel)
185a-
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STEPHEN V. SMITH
Introduction to physical and biological oceanography (C. A. M. King)
185b-186
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K. O. EMERY
Introduction to marine geology and geomorphology (C. A. M. King)
186a-
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PETER KILHAM
Textbook of limnology (G. A. Cole)
186b-187
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Proceedings of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc
188-191
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American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc. Financial statement
190-191
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