Table of Contents, Vol. 31 (4), 1986

Articles

DUGDALE, R. C., AND F. P. WILKERSON
The use of 15N to measure nitrogen uptake in eutrophic oceans; experimental considerations
673-689
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MCCARTHY, JAMES J., AND JOHN L. NEVINS
Sources of nitrogen for primary production in warm-core rings 79-E and 81-D
690-700
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LIPSCHULTZ, FREDRIC, STEVEN C. WOFSY, AND LEWIS E. FOX
Nitrogen metabolism of the eutrophic Delaware River ecosystem
701-716
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HEDGES, JOHN I., WAYNE A. CLARK, PAUL D. QUAY, JEFFREY E. RICHEY, ALLAN H. DEVOL, AND UMBERTO DE M. SANTOS
Compositions and fluxes of particulate organic material in the Amazon River.
717-738
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ERTEL, JOHN R., JOHN I. HEDGES, ALLAN H. DEVOL, JEFFREY E. RICHEY, AND MARIA DE NAZARÉ GÓES RIBEIRO
Dissolved humic substances of the Amazon River system
739-754
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GELLER, ANNETTE
Comparison of mechanisms enhancing biodegradability of refractory lakewater constituents
755-764
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HENRICHS, SUSAN M., AND ALLEN P. DOYLE
Decomposition of 14C-labeled organic substances in marine sediments
765-778
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LUCKENBACH, MARK W
Sediment stability around animal tubes: The roles of hydrodynamic processes and biotic activity
779-787
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LEHMAN, JOHN T., AND TRAJCE NAUMOSKI
Net community production and hypolimnetic nutrient regeneration in a Michigan lake
788-797
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ISTVÁNOVICS, VERA, LAJOS VÖRÖS, SÁNDOR HERODEK, LÁSZLÓ G. TÓTH, AND ISTVÁN TÁTRAI
Changes of phosphorus and nitrogen concentration and of phytoplankton in enriched lake enclosures
798-811
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PRISCU, JOHN C., ROBERT H. SPIGEL, MAX M. GIBBS, AND MALCOLM T. DOWNES
A numerical analysis of hypolimnetic nitrogen and phosphorus transformations in Lake Rotoiti, New Zealand: A geothermally influenced lake
812-831
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MADSEN, EUGENE L., MARK D. MORGAN, AND RALPH E. GOOD
Simultaneous photoreduction and microbial oxidation of iron in a stream in the New Jersey Pinelands
832-838
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MILLERO, FRANK J.
The pH of estuarine waters
839-847
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BURNS, CAROLYN W., AND JOHN J. GILBERT
Effects of daphnid size and density on interference between Daphnia and Keratella cochlearis
848-858
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BURNS, CAROLYN W., AND JOHN J. GILBERT
Direct observations of the mechanisms of interference between Daphnia and Keratella cochlearis
859-866
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WANG, RONG, AND ROBERT J. CONOVER
Dynamics of gut pigment in the copepod Temora longicornis and the determination of in situ grazing rates
867-877
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Notes

CONOVER, R. J., RAVI DURVASULA, SUZANNE ROY, AND RONG WANG
Probable loss of chlorophyll-derived pigments during passage through the gut of zooplankton, and some of the consequences
878-886
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LAPOTA, DAVID, JON R. LOSEE, AND MARK L. GEIGER
Bioluminescence displays induced by pulsed light
887-889
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CARACO, N., AND A. H. PUCCOON
The measurement of bacterial chlorophyll and algalchlorophyll a in natural waters
889-893
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SAKAMOTO-ARNOLD, CAROLE M., KENNETH S. JOHNSON, AND CARL L. BEEHLER
Determination of hydrogen sulfide in seawater using flow injection analysis and flow analysis
894-900
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MacINTYRE, SALLY
A flow-measuring system for use in small lakes
900-906
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Announcements

Announcement
906-
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Book Reviews

R. E HECKY
Lake Chad: Ecology and productivity of a shallow tropical ecosystem (J. P. Carmouze et al.[eds.]).
907-
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ALAN R. LONGHURST
The Antarctic Circumpolar Ocean (G. Deacon).
908-
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