Table of Contents, Vol. 31 (2), 1986

Articles

CSANADY, G. T.
Mass transfer to and from small particles in the sea
237-248
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CARMACK, EDDY C., RONALD C. WIEGAND, RALPH J. DALEY, COLIN B. J. GRAY, STEVE JASPER, AND CHRISTOPHER H. PHARO
Mechanisms influencing the circulation and distribution of water mass in a medium residence-time lake
249-265
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CARR, ALAN P., AND MICHAEL W. L. BLACKLEY
The effects and implication of tides and rainfall on the circulation of water within salt marsh sediments
266-276
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NYFFELER, URS P., PETER H. SANTSCHI, AND YUAN-HUI LI
The relevance of scavenging kinetics to modeling of sediment-water interactions in natural waters
277-292
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REVSBECH, NIELS PETER, BENT MADSEN, AND BO BARKER JØRGENSEN
Oxygen production and consumption in sediments determined at high spatial resolution by computer simulation of oxygen microelectrode data
293-304
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REIMERS, CLARE E., AND K. L. SMITH JR.
Reconciling measured and predicted fluxes of oxygen across the deep sea sediment-water interface
305-318
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ANDERSON, LEIF G., PER O. J. HALL, ÅKE IVERFELDT, MICHIEL M. RUTGERS VAN DER LOEFF, BJØRN SUNDBY, AND STIG F. G. WESTERLUND
Benthic respiration measured by total carbonate production
319-329
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SWEERTS, J. P., JOHN W. M. RUDD, AND C. A. KELLY
Metabolic activities in flocculent surface sediments and underlying sandy littoral sediments
330-338
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KIRCHMAN, DAVID L., AND ROBERT E. HODSON
Metabolic regulation of amino acid uptake in marine waters
339-350
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PAINE, R. T.
Benthic community-water column coupling during the 1982-1983 El Niño. Are community changes at high latitudes attributable to cause or coincidence?
351-360
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RODRIGUEZ, JAIME, AND MICHAEL M. MULLIN
Relation between biomass and body weight of plankton in a steady state oceanic ecosystem
361-370
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HARBISON, G. R., V. L. McALISTER, AND R. W. GILMER
The response of the salp. Pegea confoederata, to high levels of particulate material: Starvation in the midst of plenty
371-382
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MACKAS, DAVID L., AND KAREN E. BURNS
Poststarvation feeding and swimming activity in Calanus pacificus and Metridia pacifica
383-392
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WILLIAMSON, CRAIG E., AND NANCY M. BUTLER
Predation on rotifers by the suspension-feeding Calanoid copepod Diaptomus pallidus
393-402
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CARTIER, K. L., R. G. STEWARD, J. H. PAUL, AND G. A. VARGO
Relationships between chlorophyll and ocean color constituents as they affect remote-sensing reflectance models
403-412
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Announcements

Announcement
413-
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Notes

RAMCHARAN, CHARLES W., AND W. GARY SPRULES
Visual predation in Mysis relicta Lovén
414-420
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McMANUS, GEORGE B., AND JED A. FUHRMAN
Bacterivory in seawater studied with the use of inert fluorescent particles
420-426
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BURNEY, CURTIS M.
Bacterial utilization of total in situ dissolved carbohydrate in offshore waters
427-431
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PETERSEN, ROBERT C., JR.
In situ particle generation in a southern Swedish stream
432-437
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WHARTON, ROBERT A., JR., CHRISTOPHER P. McKAY, GEORGE M. SIMMONS JR., AND BRUCE C. PARKER
Oxygen budget of a perenially ice-covered Antarctic lake
437-443
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FISHER, NICHOLAS S.
On the reactivity of metals for marine phytoplankton
443-449
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LORENZEN, C. J., AND J. NEWTON DOWNS
The specific absorption coefficients of chlorophyllide a and pheophorbide a in 90% acetone, and comments on the fluorometric determination of chlorophyll and pheopigments
449-452
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Comments

BUTTON, D. K.
Affinity of organisms for substrate
453-456
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