Table of Contents, Vol. 25 (2), 1980

Articles

QUAY, P.D., W. S. BROECKER, R. H. HESSLEIN, AND D. W. SCHINDLER
Vertical diffusion rates determined by tritium tracer experiments in the thermocline and hypolimnion of two lakes
201-218
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GLOSS, STEVEN P., LAWRENCE M. MAYER, AND DAVID E. KIDD
Advective control of nutrient dynamics in the epilimnion of a large reservoir
219-228
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KORTMANN, ROBERT W.
Benthic and atmospheric contributions to the nutrient budgets of a soft-water lake
229-239
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BIRCH, PETER B., ROBERT S. BARNES, AND DIMITRIS E. SPYRIDAKIS
Recent sedimentation and its relationship with primary productivity in four western Washington lakes .
240-247
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SIKES, C. STEVEN, ROBERT D. ROER, AND KARL M. WILBUR
Photosynthesis and coccolith formation: Inorganic carbon sources and net inorganic reaction of deposition
248-261
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MAGUE, T.H., E. FRIBERG, D.J. HUGHES, AND I. MORRIS
Extracellular release of carbon by marine phytoplankton; a physiological approach
262-279
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CATTANEO, A., AND J. KALFF
The relative contribution of aquatic macrophytes and their epiphytes to the production of macrophyte beds
280-289
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LEE, CINDY, ROBERT W. HOWARTH, AND BRIAN L. HOWES
Sterols in decomposing Spartina alterniflora and the use of ergosterol in estimating the contribution of fungi to detrital nitrogen
290-303
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BÅMSTEDT, ULF, AND HEIN RUNE SKJOLDAL
RNA concentration of zooplankton: Relationship with size and growth
304-316
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SULLIVAN, BARBARA K.
In situ feeding behavior of Sagitta elegans and Eukrohniahamata (Chaetognatha) in relation to the vertical distribution and abundance of prey at Ocean Station “P”
317-326
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KROM, MICHAEL D., AND ROBERT A. BERNER
The diffusion coefficients of sulfate, ammonium, and phosphate ions in anoxic marine sediments
327-337
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SAUER, THEODOR C., JR.
Volatile liquid hydrocarbons in waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea
338-351
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Notes

GOLDMAN, JOEL, AND PETER G. BREWER
Effect of nitrogen source and growth rate on phytoplankton-mediated changes in alkalinity
352-357
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FALLON, R. D., S. HARRITS, R. S. HANSON, AND T. D. BROCK
The role of methane in internal carbon cycling in Lake Mendota during summer stratification
357-360
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WORREST, ROBERT C., DEBORAH L. BROOKER, AND HENRY VAN DYKE
Results of a primary productivity study as affected by the type of glass in the culture bottles
360-364
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SMITH, RAYMOND C., AND KAREN S. BAKER
Biologically effective dose transmittedby culture bottles in 14C productivity experiments
364-366
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KRUMGALZ, BORIS S., AND RELLA HOLZER
On the determination of Ca2+ ion concentration in seawater
367-370
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Comments

LORENZEN, MARC W.
Use of chlorophyll-Secchi disk relationships
371-372
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MEGARD, R. O., J. C. SETTLES, H. A. BOYER, AND W. S. COMBS, JR.
Light, Secchi disks, and trophic states
373-377
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EDMONDSON, W.T.
Secchi disk and chlorophyll
378-379
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CARLSON, ROBERT E.
More complications in the chlorophyll-Secchi disk relationship
379-382
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Book Reviews

R. T. PAINE
Biology of intertidal organisms, 3rd ed.(R. C. Newell)
383
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JOHN J. GILBERT
Fresh-water invertebrates of the United States, 2nd ed.(R. W. Pennak)
383-384
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WINIFRED PENNINGTON TUTIN
Modern and ancient lake sediments(A. Matter and M. E. Tucker [eds.])
384-385
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C. SERRUYA
Lakes: Chemistry, geology, physics(A. Lerman [ed.])
385-386
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SCOTT W. FOWLER
Radioécologie marine(J. Ancellin et al.)
386-387
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