Table of Contents, Vol. 23 (1), 1978

Articles

MACISAAC, J. J
Diel cycles of inorganic nitrogen uptake in a natural phytoplankton population dominated by Gonyaulax polyedra
1-9
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RHEE, G-YULL
Effects of N:P atomic ratios nitrate limitation on algal growth, cell composition, nitrate uptake
10-25
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BROWN, EDWARD J., ROBIN F. HARRIS, JOSEPH K. KOONCE
Kinetics of phosphate uptake by aquatic microorganisms :Deviations from a simple Michaelis-Menten equation
26-34
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BROWN, EDWARD J., ROBIN F. HARRIS
Kinetics of algal transient phosphate uptake the cell quota concept
35-40
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DAVIS, CURTIS O., NORMAN F. BREITNER, PAUL J. HARRISON
Continuous culture of marine diatoms under silicon limitation. 3. A model of Si-limited diatom growth
41-52
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NRIAGU, JEROME O
Dissolved silica in pore waters of Lakes Ontario, Erie, Superior sediments
53-67
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HANSEN, MARIANNE HARTMANN, KJELD INVORSEN, BO BARKER J├śRGENSEN
Mechanisms of hydrogen sulfide release from coastal marine sediments to the atmosphere
68-76
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IMBODEN, D. M., S. EMERSON
Natural radon phosphorus as limnologic tracers. Horizontal vertical eddy diffusion in Greifensee
77-90
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LIEN, S. L., J. A. HOOPES
Wind-driven, steady flows in Lake Superior
91-103
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DEVOL, ALLAN H., T. T. PACKARD
Seasonal changes in respiratory enzyme activity productivity in Lake Washington microplankton
104-111
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STORCH, THOMAS A., GEORGE W. SAUNDERS
Phytoplankton extracellular release its relation to the seasonal cycle of dissolved organic carbon in a eutrophic lake
112-119
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SCHAFFNER, W. R., R. T. OGLESBY
Phosphorus loadings to lakes some of their responses.Part 1. A new calculation of phosphorus loading its application to13 New York lakes
120-134
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OGLESBY, R. T., W. R. SCHAFFNER
Phosphorus loadings to lakes some of their responses. Part 2. Regression models of summer phytoplankton standing crops, winter total P, transparency of New York lakes with known phosphorus loadings
135-145
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Notes

JORDAN, MARILYN J., AND BRUCE J. PETERSON
Sulfate uptake as a measure of bacterial production
146-150
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MONHEIMER, RICHARD H
Difficulties in interpretation of microbial heterotrophy from sulfate uptake data: Laboratory studies
150-154
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JORDAN, MARILYN J.,RALPH J. DALEY, KENNETH LEE
Improved filtration procedures for freshwater [35S]SO4 uptake studies
154-157
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BROCK, THOMAS D
Use of fluorescence microscopy for quantifying phytoplankton, especially filamentous blue-green algae
158-160
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TOBIN, RICHARD S., D. H. J. ANTHONY
Tritiated thymidine incorporation as a measure of microbial activity in lake sediments
161-165
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CUNNINGHAM, H. WILSON, ROBERT G. WETZEL
Fulvic acid interferences on ATP determinations in sediments
166-173
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BULLEID, N. C
An improved method for the extraction of adenosine triphosphate from marine sediment seawater
174-178
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PETERSON, BRUCE J
Radiocarbon uptake : Its relation to net particulate carbon production
179-184
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CUSHMAN, R. M., H. H. SHUGART, JR., S. G. HILDEBRAND, J. W. ELWOOD
The effect of growth curve sampling regime on instantaneous-growth, removal-summation, Hynes/Hamilton estimates of aquatic insect production: A computer simulation
184-189
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