Table of Contents, Vol. 29 (5), 1984

Articles

PREISENDORFER, RUDOLF W., AND CURTIS D. MOBLEY
Direct and inverse irradiance models in hydrologic optics
903-929
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STOECKER, DIANE K
Particle production by planktonic ciliates
930-940
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DRENNER, RAY W., JOHN R. MUMMERT, FRANK DENOYELLES JR., AND DEAN KETTLE
Selective particle ingestion by a filter-feeding fish and its impact on phytoplankton community structure
941-948
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ROMAN, MICHAEL R
Utilization of detritus by the copepod, Acartia tonsa
949-959
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PICK, F. R., D. R. S. LEAN, AND C. NALEWAJKO
Nutrient status of metalimnetic phytoplanton peaks
960-971
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SETARO, FRANK V., AND JOHN M. MELACK
Responses of phytoplankton to experimental nutrient enrichment in an Amazon flood plain lake
972-984
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WOLTEMATE, I., M. J. WHITICAR, AND M. SCHOELL
Carbon and hydrogen isotopic composition of bacterial methane in a shallow freshwater lake
985-992
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SCRANTON, MARY I., PAUL C. NOVELLI, AND PETER A. LOUD
The distribution and cycling of hydrogen gas in the waters of two anoxic marine environments
993-1003
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BOWDEN, WILLIAM B
A nitrogen-15 isotope dilution study of ammonium production and consumption in a marsh sediment
1004-1015
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JONES, S. D., AND V. W. TRUESDALE
Dissolved iodine species in a British freshwater system
1016-1024
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VAN DER BERG, CONSTANT M. G., AND SIRICHAI DHARMVANIJ
Organic complexation of zinc in estuarine interstitial and surface water samples
1025-1036
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HOWES, BRIAN L., JOHN W. H. DACEY, AND GARY M. KING
Carbon flow through oxygen and sulfate reduction pathways in salt marsh sediments
1037-1051
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SCHUBAUER, J. P., AND C. S. HOPKINSON
Above- and belowground emergent macrophyte production and turnover in a coastal marsh ecosystem, Georgia
1052-1065
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MORGAN, MARK D., AND CHRISTOPHER L. KITTING
Productivity and utilization of the seagrass Halodule wrightii and its attached epiphytes
1066-1076
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CARLSON, DAVID J., AND MARY L. CARLSON
Reassessment of exudation by fucoid macroalgae
1077-1087
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BENNETT, J. T., AND K. K. TUREKIAN
Radiometric ages of brachyuran crabs from the Galapagos spreading-center hydrothermal ventfield
1088-1091
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PAUL, JOHN H., AND DAVID J. CARLSON
Genetic material in the marine environment; Implication for bacterial DNA
1091-1096
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BORSTAD, GARY A., AND LORRAINE E. BORSTAD
Needlelike projectiles observed issuing from lysing Trichodesmium (Cyanophyta) cells
1097-1099
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SANTSCHI, PETER H
Particle flux and trace metal residence time in natural waters
1100-1107
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HANNAN, CHERYL ANN
Planktonic larvae may act like passive particles in turbulent near bottom flows
1108-1116
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VICTOR, BENJAMIN C
Coral reef fish larvae: Patch size estimation and mixing in the plankton
1116-1119
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BOWEN, STEPHEN H., ARGENTINO A. BONETTO, AND MOLLY O. AHLGREN
Microorganisms and detritus in the diet of a typical neotropical riverine detritivore, Prochilodus platensis (Pisces: Prochilodontidae)
1120-1122
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RIESSEN, HOWARD P
The other side of cyclomorphosis: Why Daphnia lose their helmets
1123-1127
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WAFAR, MOHIDEEN, PIERRE LE CORRE, AND JEAN-LOUIS BIRRIEN
Seasonal changes of dissolved organic matter (C, N, P) in permanently well mixed temperate waters
1127-1132
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SCHOENBERG, STEVEN A., ALEXANDER E. MACCUBBIN, AND ROBERT E. HODSON
Cellulose digestion by freshwater microcrustacea
1132-1136
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HOLM, NANCY PETERSON, AND JOSEPH SHAPIRO
An examination of lipid reserves and the nutritional status of Daphnia pulex fed Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
1137-1140
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BURNEY, CURTIS
A subsurface flexible plastic enclosure for the in situ study of short term microbiological and chemical dynamics
1140-1144
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Comments

EDMONDSON, YVETTE H
Editorial comment: The natural history of a manuscript
1145-1148
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