Table of Contents, Vol. 27 (1), 1982

Articles

SMITH, PAUL E., AND RICHARD W. EPPLEY
Primary production and the anchovy population in the Southern California Bight: Comparison of time series
1-17
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SIKES, C. STEVEN, AND KARL M. WILBUR
Functions of coccolith formation
18-26
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FRANCKO, DAVID A., AND ROBERT G. WETZEL
The isolation of cyclic adenosine 3’:5’-monophosphate (cAMP) from lakes of differing trophic status: Correlation with planktonic metabolic variables
27-38
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ZEVENBOOM, WANDA, ABRAHAM BIJDE VAATE, AND LUUC R. MUR
Assessment of factorslimiting growth rate of Oscillatoria agardhii in hypertrophic Lake Wolderwijd, 1978,by use of physiological indicators
39-52
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AXLER, RICHARD P., RICHARD M. GERSBERG, AND CHARLES R. GOLDMAN
Inorganic nitrogen assimilation in a subalpine lake
53-65
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STAUFFER, ROBERT E.
Wind stress effects on chlorophyll distribution in stratified eutrophic lakes
66-64
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JORDAN, THOMAS E., AND IVAN VALIELA
A nitrogen budget of the ribbed mussel,Geukensia demissa, and its significance in nitrogen flow in a New England salt marsh
75-90
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WRIGHT, RICHARD T., RICHARD B. COFFIN, CURTIS P. ERSING, AND DANIEL PEARSON
Field and laboratory measurements of bivalve filtration of natural marine bacterioplankton
91-98
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BOATMAN, CHARLES D., AND JAMES W. MURRAY
Modeling exchangeable NH4+ adsorp-tion in marine sediments: Process and controls of adsorption
99-110
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LION, LEONARD W., AND JAMES O. LECKIE
Accumulation and transport of Cd, Cu, andPb in an estuarine salt marsh surface microlayer
111-125
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HEMOND, HAROLD F., AND JAYNE L. FIFIELD
Subsurface flow in salt marsh peat: A model and field study
126-136
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DAVIS, MARGARET BRYAN, AND MARY S. (JESSE) FORD
Sediment focusing in Mirror Lake, New Hampshire
137-150
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TITUS, JOHN E., AND WALTER H. STONE
Photosynthetic response of two submersedmacrophytes to dissolved inorganic carbon concentration and pH
151-160
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Notes

LEWIS, WILLIAM M., JR.
Vertical eddy diffusivities in a large tropical lake
161-163
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DAVIS, ANDREW O., JAMES N. GALLOWAY, AND D. KIRK NORDSTROM
Lake acidi-fication: Its effect on lead in the sediment of two Adirondack lakes
163-167
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LEWIS, WILLIAM M., JR.
Changes in pH and buffering capacity of lakes in the Colorado Rockies
167-172
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SYZDEK, LAWRENCE D.
Concentration of Serratia in the surface microlayer
172-177
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DENNY, MARK W.
Forces on intertidal organisms due to breaking ocean waves:Design and application of a telemetry system
178-183
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BATTARBEE, R.W., AND M.J. KNEEN
The use of electronically counted microsphere sin absolute diatom analysis
184-188
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FLETCHER, W.K., AND D. POLSON
A simple device for sampling shallow waters
188-190
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Announcements

Proceedings of the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc.
191-192
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American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Inc. Financial Statement
193-194
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Book Reviews

CHARLES B. MILLER
Zoogeography and diversity of plankton (S. van der Spoel and A. C. Pierrot-Bults[eds.])
195-196
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S. V. SMITH
The seaward margin of Belize barrier and atoll reefs (N. P. James and R. N. Ginsburg)
196-
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W. T. EDMONDSON
The seaward margin of Belize barrier and atoll reefs (N. P. James and R. N. Ginsburg)
196-197
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ALAN J. KOHN
Skeletal growth of aquatic organisms (D. C. Rhoads and R. A. Lutz [eds.])
197-198
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W. T. EDMONDSON
Neusiedlersee (H. Löffler [ed.])
198-
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THOMAS D. BROCK
Advances in aquatic microbiology, v.2 (M. R. Droop and H. W. Jannasch [eds.])
198-199
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Books received
199-200
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