Table of Contents, Vol. 28 (4), 1983

Articles

THORPE, S. A., AND J. M. BRUBAKER
Observations of sound reflection by temperature microstructure
601-613
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LANDRY, M. R
The development of marine Calanoid copepods with comment on the isochronal rule
614-624
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SMITH, S. V., AND M. J. ATKINSON
Mass balance of carbon and phosphorus in Shark Bay Western Australia
625-639
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AVNIMELECH, YORAM
Phosphorus and calcium carbonate solubilities in Lake Kinneret
640-645
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MOORE, JOHNNIE N
The origin of calcium carbonate nodules forming on Flathead Lake delta, northwestern Montana
646-654
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SWANBERG, NEIL R
he trophic role of colonial Radiolaria in oligotrophic oceanic environments
655-666
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TESSIER, ALAN J., LINDA L. HENRI, CLYDE E. GOULDEN, AND MARK W. DURAND
Starvation in Daphnia: Energy reserves and reproductive allocation
667-676
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HOLM, NANCY PETERSON, GEORGE G. GANF, AND JOSEPH SHAPIRO
Feeding and assimilation rates of Daphnia pulex fed Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
677-687
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WALSH P., AND L. LEGENDRE
Photosynthesis of natural phytoplankton under high frequency light fluctuations simulating those induced by sea surface waves
688-697
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GALLEGOS, CHARLES L., TREVOR PLATT, W. G. HARRISON, AND BRIAN IRWIN
Photosynthetic parameters of arctic marine phytoplankton: Vertical variations and time scales of adaptation
698-708
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HERMAN, ALEX W
Vertical distribution patterns of copepods, chlorophyll, and production in northeastern Baffin Bay
709-719
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ORCUTT, JOHN D., JR., AND KAREN G. PORTER
Diel vertical migration by zooplankton: Constant and fluctuating temperature effects on life history parameters of Daphnia
720-730
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LANDON, M. STEVEN, AND RICHARD H. STASIAK
Daphnia hemoglobin concentration as a function of depth and oxygen availability in Arco Lake, Minnesota
731-737
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Notes

DEVOL, ALLAN H
Methane oxidation rates in the anaerobic sediments of Saanich Inlet
738-742
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RUETER, JOHN G., JR
Alkaline phosphatase inhibition by copper. Implications to phosphorus nutrition and use as a biochemical marker of toxicity
743-748
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REVSBECH, NIELS PETER, AND BO BARKER J├śRGENSEN
Photosynthesis of benthic microflora measured with high spatial resolution by the oxygen microprofile method: Capabilities and limitations of the method
749-756
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GIESKES, WINFRIED W., AND GIJSBERT W. KRAAY
Unknown chlorophyll a derivitives in the North Sea and the tropical Atlantic Ocean revealed by HPLC analysis
757-766
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LORENZEN, CARL J., NICHOLAS A. WELSCHMEYER, ANDREA E.. COOPING, AND MARIA VERNET
Sinking rates of organic particles
766-769
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KIEFER, DALE A., AND B. GREG MITCHELL
A simple steady state description of phytoplankton growth based on absorption cross section and quantum efficiency
770-776
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KRISTIANSEN, S
The temperature optimum of the nitrate reductase assay for marine phytoplankton
776-780
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TAYLOR CRAIG D., JOHN J. MOLONGOSKI, AND STEVEN E. LOHRENZ
Instrumentation for the measurement of phytoplankton production
781-787
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ZEVENBOOM, WANDA, ANTON F. POST, UDO M. VAN HES, AND LUUC R. MUR
A new incubator for measuring photosynthetic activity of phototrophic microorganisms, using the amperometric oxygen method
787-791
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Comments

CHAPRA, STEVEN C., AND KENNETH H. RECKHOW
Comment on "The effect of changes in the nutrient income on the condition of Lake Washington" (Edmondson and Lehman)
792-795
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LEHMAN, JOHN T., AND W. T EDMONDSON
The seasonality of phosphorus deposition in Lake Washington
796-800
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