Table of Contents, Vol. 26 (5), 1981

Articles

GARDNER, WAYNE S., AND DONALD SCAVIA
Kinetic examination of nitrogen release by zooplankters
801-810
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MURTAUGH, PAUL A.
Inferring properties of mysid predation from injuries to Daphnia
811-821
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PACE, MICHAEL, AND JOHN D. ORCUTT, JR.
The relative importance of protozoans, rotifers, and crustaceans in a freshwater zooplankton community
822-830
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HUNTLEY, MARK
Nonselective nonsaturated feeding by three calanid copepod species in the Labrador Sea
831-842
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SHARP, JONATHAN H., AND THOMAS M. CHURCH
Biochemical modeling in coastal waters of the Middle Atlantic States
843-854
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KNOWLES, ROGER, DAVID R. S. LEAN, AND YIU KWOK CHAN
Nitrous oxide concentrations in lakes: Variations with depth and time
855-866
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LEMON, EDGAR, AND DONNA LEMON
Nitrous oxide in freshwaters of the Great Lakes Basin
867-879
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PARKIN, T. B., AND T. D. BROCK
The role of phototrophic bacteria in the sulfur cycle of a meromictic lake
880-890
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KELLY, CAROL A., AND DAVID P. CHYNOWETH
The contributions of temperature and of the input of organic matter in controlling rates of sediment methanogenesis
891-897
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HAMMOND, L. S.
An analysis of grain size modification in biogenic carbonate sedimentsby deposit-feeding holothurians and echinoids (Echinodermata)
898-907
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HAMMOND, L. S.
An analysis of grain size modification in biogenic carbonate sediments by deposit-feeding holothurians and echinoids (Echinodermata)
898-906
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LEWIS, WILLIAM M., JR., AND FRANZ H. WEIBEZAHN
Chemistry of a 7.5-m sediment core from Lake Valencia, Venezuela
907-924
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WINTER, THOMAS C.
Effects of water-table configuration on seepage through lake beds
925-934
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SCHANDELMEIER, L., AND V. ALEXANDER
An analysis of the influence of ice on spring phytoplankton population structure in the southeast Bering Sea
935-943
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HUNTER, BONITA L., AND EDWARD A. LAWS
ATP and chlorophyll a as estimators of phytoplankton carbon biomass
944-956
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Notes

MORRIS, IAN, AND HILARY GLOVER
Physiology of marine coccoid cyanobacteria - Some ecological implications
957-961
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BLANCHARD, DUNCAN C., LAWRENCE D. SYZDEK, AND MARTIN E. WEBER
Bubble scavenging of bacteria in freshwater quickly produces bacterial enrichment in air-borne jet drops
961-964
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ZARET, ROBERT E.
Lateral compression and visibility in cladocerans
965-970
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ZÜLLIG, HANS
On the use of carotenoid stratigraphy in lake sediments for detecting past developments of phytoplankton
970-976
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CRUMPTON, WILLLAM G., AND ROBERT G. WETZEL
A method for preparing permanent mounts of phytoplankton for critical microscopy and cell counting
976-980
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Comments

SELL, DANIEL W.
Comment on “Biological interactions as determinants of distributions of benthic invertebrates within the substrate of stony streams” (Peckarsky)
981-982
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PECKARSKY, BARBARA L.
Reply to comment by Sell
982-987
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GOUGH, STEPHEN B., AND LARRY P. GOUGH
Comment on “Primary production of algae growing on natural and artificial aquatic plants: A study of interactions between epiphytes and their substrate” (Cattaneo and Kalff)
987-988
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CATTANEO, A., AND J. KALFF
Reply to comment by Gough and Gough
988-989
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GARRETT, WILLIAM D.
Comment on “Organic particle and aggregate formation re-sulting from the dissolution of bubbles in seawater” (Johnson and Cooke)
989-992
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JOHNSON, BRUCE D., AND ROBERT C. COOKE
Reply to comment by Garrett
992-995
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RINGELBERG, J.
On the variation in carotenoid content of copepods
995-997
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Book Reviews

JULIAN RZÓSKA
Environmental effects of dams and impoundments in Canada: Experience and prospects (R. M. Baxter and P. Glaude)
998
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JULIAN RZÓSKA
The ecology of regulated streams (J. V. Ward and J. A. Stanford [eds.])
998-999
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